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Monday, November 14, 2005

What do they Want? What can we Do?

For a long time I've talked about what the Muslim terrorists are doing, but the more important thing to know about is why they are doing it and how we can stop them.

Last week, I listened to the interview of a Muslim terrorist and after listening I can safely say that most of our problems with terrorism has something to do with events in Israel.

During the interview you could easily pick out what they want and why they are angry and
almost all of the reasons had to do with Israel. He said that the Muslims wanted the following things before they would stop the terrorist attacks:

No walls or checkpoints

All of the Jews to leave Israel

America to not be pro-Israel

Now I don't believe they would stop there, but those are the big reasons that have to do with Israel. I fear that they won't stop until they destroy western culture, homosexuality, women's rights, and maybe more.

But back to the main point, the biggest problems with terrorism is in Israel. Of course there will still be countries that hate us anyways but I believe that if we can somehow solve the problem in Israel we will solve most of the terrorism problems in the world.

But how do we solve the terrorist problem? There are many theories out there and I will try to take a fair look at all of them.

Some people say we should negotiate with the terrorists to see what they want, and as you see right here, they will not compromise until the three above stated objectives are met. The problem is that those objectives could never happen. We won't stop being pro-Israel because it's the Palestinians who are bombing the Israelis', not the other way around. The Israelis' will not let up on borders because they will be bombed. Just like when Israelis' pulled out of West Bank trying to cut down on bombing, the bombing continued when they finished. If they take the walls down they will do the same thing, keep bombing until that one big objective is met. That objective is to have all Jews leave Israel. Simple as that, they won't stop until all of the Jews leave and that will never happen.

I think after hearing that we can all rule out the negotiation option.

Some people think isolationism is the best policy. We could finish the wars in Iraq, and Afghanistan quickly, stop being pro-Israel and just stay out of other peoples way. This may stop the terrorism problem in America, but the problem is still there with other countries. Although we may be safe from attack, Israel, Europe, and Australia wouldn't be, and I believe that over time we would still be in danger of terrorists attacking us. Firstly they absolutely hate western culture and believe that the root of that problem is in America and is spreading to Europe, Israel, Australia, and in some places in the Middle East. They fear that a culture they hate would spread to their countries in the Middle East if they don't do anything. As I've said before, if we just cut and run from the wars we are in the terrorists will view us as weak and they will want to remind us why we left by means of terrorism.

I think we could cross isolationism off the list too.

People have told me that taking care of this problem by using military only creates more anger and more terrorists. That may be true, but I don't think we have any other options. We have people who are asking for something impossible by wanting the Jews to leave Israel and even if we were to meet their objectives I believe they will still bomb us because of our western culture and commit jihad against Christianity. There is no pleasing them, there is no compromise, there is no hiding , there is only war.

Now believe me when I say it, I don't want to end terrorism by war, but as I've reviewed earlier, I don't think there is any other way.

I don't necessarily think we need to go to another war yet, especially until we finish the one's we're in, but there is things we can do now in our situation.

First, more soldiers should be stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Next I want the CIA to send out special ops to obtain information of the whereabouts of terrorists.

From there we will have air strikes on terrorist bases making sure civilians are not near.

Next, George Bush will meet with Ariel Sharon to explain why negotiation will not work and opposition is the only way.

Tell him to:

Strengthen walls and checkpoints

Encourage more Jews to immigrate to Israel

And we will be behind Sharon 100% with full support being more pro-Israel than ever.

Then and only then will we be able to completely end terrorism. The other theories will reduce the terrorism, but only this one will stop it.

13 Comments:

  • At 15/11/05 8:16 PM, Blogger Gayle said…

    How old did you say you were? Sheesh, what are you going to be like at 25 or 30? That's an excellent post!

    We need to be behind Israel 100% and stop expecting them to make all the concessions. Just what you said: Giving them the Gaza Strip only made matters worse. Israel cannot pacify them, because they want all Jews dead!

     
  • At 15/11/05 8:24 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    That's an excellent post!

    Thanks!

    We need to be behind Israel 100% and stop expecting them to make all the concessions. Just what you said: Giving them the Gaza Strip only made matters worse. Israel cannot pacify them, because they want all Jews dead!

    Exactly. Even if the Jews (God forbid) were to leave Israel, the radical arabs would still attack them. There is just no pleasing them and that is the point I'm trying to get across to people.

     
  • At 16/11/05 5:04 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

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  • At 16/11/05 5:05 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Negotiate with terrorists? People actually think you can do that? (Sadly yes.) You can't negotiate with factions. Especcily not fanatics. There is ONE way to stop terrorists, and that is to kill them.

     
  • At 18/11/05 6:38 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    hmm, it looks like my arguments against isolationism and negotiation are so good that nobody wants (or can?) prove them effective.

    Or nobody's reading my blog anymore :(

    lol.

     
  • At 18/11/05 7:53 PM, Blogger Robosquirrel said…

    Al-Qaeda seeks to incite a global jihad (holy war) to overthrow regimes with predominantly Arab or Muslim populations that al-Qaeda considers corrupt and anti-Islamic. It wants to replace these regimes with a single Muslim nation or empire strictly governed according to sharia (Islamic law). Al-Qaeda sees the United States and other Western countries as blocking this goal because they are allied with many of the countries al-Qaeda considers corrupt.

    This is more or less along the lines of what most islamist terrorist organizations want, their goal is the destruction of Israel and extermination of Jews, and the establishment of a caliphate in the Middle East - a single Muslim nation ruled by sharia. Something similar to what the Ottoman Empire was, only more oppressive.

    Those are the main goals but the excuses these savages give for their behavior vary depending on the day. More and more, they claim their actions are in response to whatever the U.S. or one of its allies has done this week.

    I have said before that this war has been going on since Israel was established in 1948, carves from territory controlled by Great Britain following the end of World War II. Even before that, in the early 20th Century, the local Arab population was already forming group to combat a perceived Zionist invasion.

    Britain, exhausted by the war referred the issue of Palestine to the UN which tried to establish seperate Palestinian and Jewish states but the Arabs didn't want a Jewish state at all. As soon as the UN declared that Israel existed, the surrounding Arab countries declared war on it.

    Israel was the catalyst for modern terrorism, not the cause. The U.N. could be considered the direct cause, enabled by the U.S. and U.S.S.R., but I think blame can be placed squarely on the intolerance of Arab nations, the dictatorships that intolerance foster and the closed societies those dictatorships spawn.

    I see the only possible solution as Democratization of the Arab world; dragging them kicking, screaming and self-immolating into the 21st Century.

     
  • At 18/11/05 8:53 PM, Blogger J3551CA said…

    To bad you have to be 35 in order to be nominated as President!!! I'd totally vote for ya!!!

     
  • At 19/11/05 10:27 AM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    In two decades from now you can vote for me!

     
  • At 19/11/05 5:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    that is the most disgusting comment I have ever read

    CIA...these degenerates love to thrive on misery and you would actually support their evil agendas?

     
  • At 19/11/05 7:24 PM, Blogger Rebekah said…

    Uh oh, Cody. Looks like you've got an anonymous LSD-dude like the one at my site recently... Oh, yes... the CIA is so eeeevil....

    You make some excellent points in that post. My view is basically the same as yours. For Israel to compromise wouldn't neccessarily be bad - except for who we and they are fighting with. Compromise for terrorists just causes a "Good. Let's finish 'em off." response.

     
  • At 20/11/05 12:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    here is something
    50 Percent of American Cretins Think Torture Works

    Kurt Nimmo | November 19 2005

    If we can believe the Pew Research Center in Washington, nearly fifty percent of all Americans not only believe torture is justified against “suspected terrorists” (i.e., Pakistani and Afghan cab drivers and dirt farmers kidnapped and then sold to the CIA), but also that it works.

    Here’s a clue for Bubba in Palookaville: torture does not work. People tortured invariably tell torturers whatever they want to hear to make the pain stop and thus torture is a very unreliable form of intelligence gathering.

    Never mind torture is morally and spiritually repugnant.

    But then the Americans who believe torture works are the same people who think Saddam teamed up with Osama and attacked the United States on nine eleven.

    Moreover, as an indication of the inevitable (when dealing with ill-informed cretins) result of the relentless drumbeat of fake terror attacks and dire warnings of impending doom emanating from the White House are working, 48 percent of Americans believe “that current policies had not gone far enough” in dismantling our cherished liberties, once upon a time guaranteed by the Bill of Rights, “while 34% worried they had gone too far in restricting civil liberties.”

    It’s a testament to the massive stupidity of the populace when a little more than a third of the citizenry understands that the Constitution and the Bill of Rights are not open for negotiation.

    I’m sorry to call fifty percent of Americans cretins. But in essence that is precisely what they are if they believe the phony baloney and mostly illusory al-Qaeda is a threat, that nineteen cave-dwelling Arab hijackers pulled off nine eleven with boxcutters, that the twin towers “pancaked” against the laws of physics, that an aviation fuel fire is capable of melting hardened steel, and a one-legged petty criminal of sub-normal intelligence is capable of running a complex underground resistance in Iraq. My fellow citizens are cretins if they surrender their birthright—constitutionally guaranteed liberty—to gain an illusory and vaporous security from fake terrorism obviously contrived by the government.

     
  • At 20/11/05 11:19 AM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    Was I talking about torture? Didn't think so. But like I said earlier, the arguments were so good in my post that the best you can do is slam them and then change the subject.

    How pathetic.

    Then of course you're to ashamed to reviel your true self but can only be anonymous because you're scared I'll "win" any arguments on your blog.

    Or you're just one of the losers that I banned from here taking advantage of the secrecy.

    Not any more, I'm turning of the anonymous poster function. Only members now. If you want to critizize my writing then I want to be able to critizize your's.

     
  • At 20/11/05 11:36 AM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    I'll be happy to debate with you if you have the balls to show your true self. But I doubt you do.

    But I won't argue with you one torture. I will not sit here and let you change the entire subject to something you're more comfortable arguing about. In this thread we're talking about what we should do in the war on terrorism, with proof on why that will work and the others won't.

    If you want to come here and debate with me (not drop a flame and leave) while showing your true self and discussing the set topic I will be happy to.

    But you will not come here anonymous just so you can flame me and get away with it.

    You can be a coward and leave now, or you can be a real man and argue with me now. (and I mean a debate, not flames and topic changes, that will make you a coward)

    Your move, dopey.

     

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