Christmas season has begun, but the problems of the world are unaffected by it. The worst problem is war, and the Muslim jihadists delight in violence and mass murder on any Judeo-Christian holiday. They will do anything to denigrate and destroy the values of others. So, let’s talk about war this Christmas. The promotion of undeclared war (against America) is part of the White House plan for the new normal, is it not?
Before political correctness, politicians, and attorneys distorted the meaning of the word, war meant an armed encounter between countries, or, originally, between tribes or ethnicities. The abstract concept of “armed conflict” itself is neither accurate nor helpful. There are constant armed conflicts in the streets of the world. That kind of “war” means nothing. The fact that the United States hasn’t declared war against another country since 1945, despite major and innumerable “armed conflicts” and missions in the world, is a fact that belies a lethal fantasy itself–the fantasy that problems between countries are not solved by war. Thus, “armed conflicts” burgeon in the world. This is based on the fallacy of perverting words–the fine art of Communists (socialists, Leftists, liberals, whatever). There is no war, only violence.
Liberals say that war may not solve anything either. But let liberals be reminded that America was founded on war, not endless negotiations, not by being bled to death. America was created by war, by decisive force of arms. Without war, there would have been no America. The White Anglo-Saxon Protestants made war on all sides, against Indians, against England, in order to achieve what they wanted. An American patriot simply cannot dismiss the reality of declared war. Politically abstracted military missions, or even sociologically-based “nation building” is not war, and no real victories come of them. No lasting achievements.
Israel begins studied counter moves against the
“Palestinian” fantasy state.
And a country declares war on another country! Not on a group, an ideology, or a condition. To declare war on a group within another country, an organized “gang,” or even a corrupt government within a country, is not what the declaration of war does.
When the Muslim jihadists attacked the New York World Trade Center, the United States should have immediately declared war on Saudi Arabia. Instead, President Bush declared some cockamamie war on terror. That scheme was the obvious end of hope right then. There would be no resolution. World conditions would forever worsen at the craven, gnarled hands of jihadists. They have won, mightily, victory after victory, ever since.
Again, why? The United States did not declare war. You simply cannot get on in the world, confronting something like Islam jihadists without declaring war. And you must declare war against a country, not against some ill-defined, clandestine representatives of murder. Always, war is against a country, not an idea. Otherwise, you never, ever win.
Where does this “no war” fantasy ideology lead? To more war.
A we now have a fantasy group, “Palestinians,” (who are mostly Jordanian, Syrian, and now no doubt Saudis and even Iranians), pretending to wield the power of “statehood.” What is that, a country? (And by the way, why has Israel always been called a “state,” and not a country? States are components of a larger political entity–a country. The geographics and demographics aren’t determined by quantity of land or people, either. It isn’t size that matters, but legal definition. How about “The Community of Palestine,” or better, “The Neighborhood of Un-repatriated Jordanians.” The pretentious executive in the White House would indeed have a pertinent resume.)
Armed conflict loses all dignity without the declaration of war. It is merely a protracted street fight, a endless gang conflict, a mobster amassing. There is no national purpose, focus, or victory without closure or finality. Only victory can achieve that sense, and victory is something won by war–against a country, not against some narcissistic, maniacal group within that country.
Serbian national symbols.
If a country harbors murderers, and lets them develop their demonic designs on other, outside that country, then every country outside that country–especially the one who suffers the mass murders, needs to declare war on that country, and destroy it. All of it. There must be no quarter given. No mercy, until that country is ended. Then, and only then, might “nation building” have meaning. And that would be nation re-building.
Is it curious that Serbia was one of the few nations that abstained in the vote to recognize the new fantasy state of un-repatriated Jordanians? Why should we suppose? Well, the world was against Serbia when the Muslims literally stole Kosovo from Serbia. Russia alone refused to recognize Kosovo as an independent state. Why should Serbia get excited about voting with the world about anything? The world is a very untrustworthy partner for Serbia. The United States, under Bill Clinton, tried to destroy Serbia. The United Nations was against Serbia.
The Hague, led by the United States, in affirmed betrayal of Serbia and its heartland, Kosovo. A great moment of shame, 2010.
(Interestingly, the Serbian member of the three-member Bosnia-Herzegovena leadership was actually pro-Israeli Of 193 nations in the UN General Assembly, 41 nations abstained from the vote, nine voted against it, including the US.)
This kind of improvisational, impromptu conflict is what happens when there is no declaration of war. Anyone with enough power can do anything, and get by with it. The idea of international law is ludicrous and lethal, for it could only be enforced by the nation or nations with the most power. There is no special morality or transcendence even in the concept of globalism. It is simply the extension of all the worst, covetous impulses of the human community–the very impulses the liberals religiously denounce! They are against nationhood only because they want a one-world government. A one world nation. That’s what they “covet.” It is the biggest prize.
The absence of the cold, hard, declaration of war has led to capitalist imperialism, a lusus naturae that fills the bill of Communism perfectly. This is why Communists need the United States so desperately, and managed to set a puppet in the White House.
In the end, we follow our American Constitution, or we don’t. The Constitution provides for the declaration of war–war against another country, not against an ideology, a religion, or any renegade group within a country.
Every year that passes, the United States federal government moves farther and farther away from the Constitution. The new normal, created by liberals and their media and their produced politicians, has succeeded. No one in Washington is strong or brave enough to declare war on liberals. The military does have the legal right to take over, when domestic enemies have risen to power; but, they aren’t brave enough either, sorry to say. Too many liberals have “infiltrated” military leadership as well.
Christmas season thoughts, anticipating Muslim actions.