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Saturday, June 04, 2005 

VDH Nails it Again


Our Strange War
The three-year-plus war that began on September 11 is the strangest conflict in our history. It is not just that the first day saw the worst attack on American soil since our creation, or that we are publicly pledged to fighting a method — “terror”
rather than the concrete enemy of Islamic fascism that employs it.

Our dilemma is that we have not sought to defeat and humiliate the enemy as much as wean a people from the thrall of Islamic autocracy. That is our challenge, and explains our exasperating strategy of half-measures and apologies — and the inability to articulate exactly whom we are fighting and why.


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Mr. Hansons analysis smacks of the ole cliche that 'those who don't know their history are condemned to repeat it'. In the modern day context of bio-warfare and suitcase nukes, that can be quite scary indeed.

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