Jerusalem Syndrome: Terror Attacks Shock Americans Into Thinking About Culture

Jerusalem Syndrome: Terror Attacks Shock Americans Into Thinking About Culture

Islam, War
Winston Churchill said that war was how Americans learn geography. That may have been true then, but now we learn nothing from war. We might, however, learn from terror — an emotion our wars rarely provoke in us. Terror teaches about culture. So put it in the open, provoke the enemies. Dangerous at home, and no enemy is more dangerous than one who can hide in plain sight. A true friend stabs you in the front, as Oscar Wilde wrote — a bitter enemy hides himself among the crowd, waiting for the opportune moment to strike. Jerusalem is more than a city: it is bait. Jerusalem will lure our worst enemies into the open. Anger over Jerusalem will lure them into making rash and irrational moves against us. This is…
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North Korea Exists Because of Clinton. It Will Burn Because of Trump.

North Korea Exists Because of Clinton. It Will Burn Because of Trump.

Death, Democrats, Law and Order, Trump, Trumpism, War
Donald Trump blasted South Korean “appeasement.” He’s right. When I say, “North Korea exists,” I don’t mean as a spacial territory marked out on a map. In the modern world, nation states do not exist unless they have thermonuclear arms, because thermonuclear arms (hydrogen bombs) are the only basis guaranteed sovereignty. Yesterday, North Korea tested a thermonuclear weapon underground, and now they “exist” in the modern sense, now they are truly, terrifyingly sovereign. And now they must be totally destroyed. Here’s why: How is a hydrogen bomb different? The simple answer is that a hydrogen bomb uses a nuclear bomb just for its trigger-device. The capacity of a hydrogen bomb is tens of times greater than that of a simple A-bomb of the sort we dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima. One hydrogen bomb can core out…
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