The dishonest basis for an unwinnable war, and our children are sent to die

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It’s all lies: The dishonest basis for an unwinnable war: ISIS version.

ISIS is Islam. Do not be deceived by lies. ISIS is cruel in its methods and extreme in its beliefs, but at its core, it is Islam.

Many Muslims feel that Christianity is evil, amoral and blasphemous, and most importantly, that Christianity wishes to defeat and ultimately eliminate Islam.

For thirteen hundred years it has been thus.

Christianity proselytizes. That is a fundamental. Christianity sends missionaries over the world, missionaries whose raison d’etre it is to convert people from “inferior” or “ignorant” faith.

Is it any wonder that Islam resents this? Is it any wonder that so many Muslims reject what it sees as the attempted Christianization (aka “Westernization”) of its women, of its children, of its mores?

We all are led by the extreme versions of what is in our hearts. So when America’s extreme right wing declares that “America is a Christian nation,” many moderate Christians may object as a matter of law, but in their hearts and souls, this indeed is a Christian nation — or should be.

Eliminate the beheadings, and ISIS is the Crusades — or perhaps, more accurately, ISIS is the Crusades, including the beheadings. But, ISIS is an internecine war, Muslim against Muslim, and that should make all the difference.

President Barack Obama, leader of the Christian world, righteously declares a different phase in a thirteen hundred year war. Now we shall attempt yet another Crusade. We shall exterminate ISIS (an impossible task) and we shall enlist Muslim nations to assist us (even less likely than “impossible”)?

Think: Despite centuries of religious wars, what religion, even what sect, has been exterminated? Consider the Inquisition. Consider the Holocaust. Consider the massive cruelty, hatred, incredible time and effort devoted to exterminating one tiny religion. What has been the result?

And now we wish to exterminate ISIS??

Will we succeed just as our endless wars against al Qaeda, recreational drugs, alcohol and crime succeeded?

And Barack Obama, leader of the Christian world, says he wishes to enlist Muslim nations to help exterminate ISIS. And this, he tells us, is for moral reasons. ISIS is evil, and it is our given mission and right to eliminate evil.

All morality. All righteousness. All lies.

The only assistance the Christian world will receive from the Muslim world, will come from Islamic dictators, afraid ISIS will infringe on their personal dictatorial power. And even then, the assistance will be tentative and grudging.

Soon, more American children will be mutilated, suffer and die in another endless, useless war. It is necessary that they die to prove the evils of Islam. All religious wars must have martyrs as symbols of the other side’s depravity.

And for what? Does ISIS threaten secular America? Is this band of thousands likely to overturn the mightiest war machine the world ever has known?

Or does ISIS threaten Christian America?

Number of Muslims in the U.S. doubles since 9/11
Mormonism grows 45% and spreads across nation

Data released Tuesday from the 2010 U.S. Religion Census shows Islam was the fastest growing religion in America in the last 10 years, with 2.6 million living in the U.S. today, up from 1 million in 2000.

Mormonism too saw remarkable growth, with a 45% increase in adherents. It added nearly 2 million members since 2000, bringing their number in the U.S. to 6.1 million.

In the Midwest and parts of the South there are now more Muslims than Jews for the first time.

Is this what America fears: 2.6 million Muslims, up 1.6 million in ten years, in our nation of 316 million people?

And if so, will the war on ISIS help slow the growth of Islam in America — or increase it? What exactly does America want? What would victory look like?

ISIS has killed a handful of Americans; now soon thousands more Americans will die in the futile attempt to eliminate ISIS. What would victory look like?

More and more young Americans are being swept into radical Islam as a result of Christian America’s attempt to crush ISIS. What would victory look like?

Who wants this unwinnable war? Who benefits from this unwinnable war?

Yes, the military manufacturers, the makers of tanks, guns, ships, planes, rockets and boots.

Yes, the military itself, for nothing creates big budgets and fast promotions like war.

Yes, the politicians, who long have known there is no better way to be elected than to act tough in the face of an enemy, real or imagined.

And yes, the religious leaders, who righteously call for peace, while using war as a recruitment tool for “us versus them.”

What is our alternative?

Do nothing. Isis’s war is intramural, Muslim against Muslim.

It is not America against any other nation, unless we make it so. As a nation, we have no national enemies in the Mideast and, but for Israel, we have no national friends. So what would victory look like?

In this religious war, whom shall we support and whom shall we make our enemy? Shia? Sunni? Quranist? Sufist?

Which Islamic denomination shall we fight in Iraq and which in Iran? With which do we hope to ally in Syria? In Turkey? In Egypt? Whom shall we invite to hate us most?

Do we really believe that bombing and killing one denomination in one geographic area, will endear us that denomination in a different geographic area — or to a different denomination? Or, is bombing and shooting to be our method of proselytization?

Might it not be better to step back and say to all Islamic nations:

“If, as a nation, you come to America in peace, America will welcome you in pease, as we welcome all amicable nations. If you are a friend to America, we will support you. But, if you attack America, America will defend itself.

Where Islam is at war with itself, we will not intervene. Such war is Islam’s to pacify. America will provide food, but not guns. America will provide medicines, but not soldiers. America will not try to convert you nor to change your peaceful ways.

We respect your freedom to choose your path.”

If not this, what else exactly do we want? What exactly would victory look like?

We no longer need Mideast oil, so that has ceased to be the tacit excuse. We cannot remake the world in our image. So what do we want?

The endless war is composed of lies, all lies, nothing but lies. And upon these lies our children are sent to die.

Rodger Malcolm Mitchell
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3 thoughts on “The dishonest basis for an unwinnable war, and our children are sent to die

  1. I think the US would be happy enough with the status quo ante 9/11/01. There were occasional religious-based attacks on Americans abroad, and awareness in some quarters of Bin Laden and perhaps others, but no popular will to go to war against them.

    Today there is widespread awareness of groups like ISIS, Hamas, Hezbolla, that have vowed to bring death and destruction to the US. If we can make a statement that we’re willing to leave them alone if they leave us alone, and have those terms accepted, then perhaps we can refrain from taking sides in their intramural disputes.

    Iraq can be partitioned among the three main groups, it’s been done before in other places, several times. The UN can set the boundaries, the Westerners can leave, and they can do whatever they want to each other.

    If they bomb a US embassy or ship or whatever else, we can use drones to retaliate, but refrain from any “nation-building” or taking sides in any 1500-year-old wars, except to continue to be an ally of Israel. Maybe that will be enough for them to continue to attack us, but we don’t need to engage except in retaliation to such attacks.


  2. Another War is Brewing
    We all know that the current administration is itching to get us into a war with Russia over the territorial squabble in Ukraine and Crimea. The only reason that makes any sense for us to get involved in that war is that we want to reduce the influence of Russia, and to advance the cause of an eventual one-world-government. Russia is not so keen on a one world government, particularly if they are not the ones running it. (Those days are behind us, at least for now.)

    Russian national interests are paramount in Crimea – it has been their domain and property for hundreds of years, and is their only warm-weather port. They cannot reasonably be expected to give it up without a struggle.

    Another factor is the strong stand that Russia has taken against the radical Muslim world. We don’t yet know how much that plays into the thinking of our president and congress, but it must be huge. The Muslim world hates Russia, (and us, for that matter), but at least we are helping finance their lunacy, whereas Russia has a policy of “zero tolerance for Islamic intolerance.”

    If the USA would start immediately to phase out is presence in these countries,it may well be that the world would be safer,or in any case,that the USA would be safer. Maybe we would stop stirring up fights that are not ours,and financing the wrong side,or both sides,as we have done over the past several administrations.

    If the USA would quit propping up petty dictators and butchers with American tax money in the form of military and foreign aid, perhaps then the citizens of those countries could manage to throw off the yoke of dictatorship and eventually find their way to joining the civilized world as civil governments.

    Contrary to the propaganda coming out of Washington, not one American has died in the Middle East for Freedom, not one has died “to keep us safe.” They have died, and needlessly, to further One World Government, just as they did in Vietnam, under the UN agency known as SEATO.

    Americans are growing weary of raising their children to be sacrificed on the altar of the New World Order. We’ll defend OUR country, and OUR faith, but we will continue to take a dim view of politicians who want war, to satisfy the needs of the military-industrial complex working hand-in-hand with the globalists who are determined to undermine our national sovereignty and our Constitution.

    Smedley Butler a Marine Corps Major General and two time Medal of Honor recipient.He wrote a book -War Is a Racket”-(a must read)–Butler frankly discusses from his 30 years of his experience as a career military officer how
    business interests and commercially benefit (including war profiteering)from warfare.

    Myself I spent 27 years in the Marine Corps and now been retired for 26 years and like General Butler said—Yes “War is a Racket” and we are sending our.son’s,husbands,fathers,daughters,wives to and mothers to fight and die for this war industry make a profit.

    I’m now retired and live here in Okinawa Japan and do get out and about and talk to a lot of young service members of all branches. .But also they are also being lie to and “Fed BS propaganda from the higher ups.

    These young men and women in the military are “GREAT” and Stand behind them if not–then Stand in front of them when in Combat.


  3. Agree with all the above. The war buck has the best profit margin; remember the $600 toilet seat. I find it curious that just as we were about to pull our troops out as Obama wished, all of a sudden here comes ISIS. Now we’re back to square one.

    I can’t prove it, but my gut tells me this whole mess is orchestrated.

    We use to go to war every generation from WW1 to WW2 to Vietnam. Now it’s a continuous process of battle, no peacetime in between. It’s just constant warring and big time profiting for those former U.S. corporations now evolved into a mega-tenacled, transnational, sociopathic octopus. They are squeezing the hell out of US. Arlington Cemetery is going to run out of real estate and congress will have to pass a law requiring all to be cremated.


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