Monday, November 20, 2006

Emerging Teheran - Baghdad - Syria - Lebanon Axis of Wolves!

A superb and most comprehensive analysis of transnational terrorism was posted by a visitor to this site, ajacksonian, which addresses the idiocy of "realists'" proposal in talking to Tehran. Talking to Tehran would be like casting the wolf as the grandmother. We both think, in Iraq, Iran is part of the problem, and cannot become part of the solution.

Here's ajacksonian's synthesis of wide range of problems we face in the Middle East and their potential solutions. Enjoy!

Such wonderful thinkers, these 'Realists', they live in such a fine world where they would like a 'Reality' that somehow does not have a firm tie back to the actual, physical world in which we all exist.They can't even give some idea of what it would take to get Peace in the Middle East... so I took my shot at that because no one else WILL.But then those in power really can't figure out what the basic concept for fighting non-Nation State terrorist groups should be, either. Well, since they didn't want to, I did and put together some Goals on the Global War on Terror, because it really does need some goals not just hand waving and hot air.So seeing as how these so-called 'Realists' have been unable to actually define the problem and put forth *real* goals and means to work towards them, perhaps it is time to finally let go of these concepts as their practitioners have proven to be one of the most inept lot Foreign Policy thinkers unable to even figure out how to define this problem or put forth goals... in the Middle East since 1948 and against Transnational Terrorism since 1979.

Cross posted at Roxieamerica

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