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Iran and Islamic Terrorism

August 24, 2006

Guest: Iranian-American Activist Amil Imani

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  • WWII mentalities are defeatist cut-and-runners August 24, 2006 9:43 am

    The scary thing is the mindset that sees the quandary of today with solutions that offer WWII scenarios
    To look back in history–is to beckon those mistakes again–real answers lie in a new way of thinking divorced of the conditioned chaos that is so easy to resort to–in times of trouble–because fear blinds us to any other alternatives
    That is retreat–that is cowardice–that is cutting and running from the future–because the only way this species will have a future is to create a new way of dealing with itself
    We simply can’t afford anymore WWIIs fought by dinosaurs with WWII mentalities–to sink into that psychosis is, per se, defeatist

  • Robt August 24, 2006 4:23 am

    What is the biggest most urgent threat to America ??
    If anyone has been listening to the media and the Administration. What is the single scariest threat we are told to fear?

  • Vicky August 23, 2006 7:10 pm

    You people are SCARY.
    From The Jerusalem Post –
    “Yes, the problem is Islamic Facism” –
    It took President George W. Bush to tell the truth to Britain about the massive plot to blow US-bound airliners out of the sky. In his first comment on the apparently foiled attempt to explode airliners flying from Britain to the US, Bush put it simply: “This was a stark reminder that this nation is at war with Islamic fascists.”
    From: The Australian – Stephen Morris writes –
    “It is Islamic Facism”
    “For the danger comes from what one would have hoped were the socially integrated children of Muslim immigrants, millions of whom have settled in western Europe and hundreds of thousands in Australia. Instead, a small but potent minority of this second generation has embraced a totalitarian temptation that George W. Bush, following numerous liberal Western analysts, has correctly identified as Islamic fascism.”
    There’s much more – I won’t waste your time or my time.

  • In the Republican party August 23, 2006 6:58 pm

    And where are the Christiano-fascists?

  • Vicky August 23, 2006 6:57 pm

    Bringing up the past (whether with Colson or Bush) as long as 30-35 years ago doesn’t change a thing; it’s cheap partisan carping Skip.
    Some of you Dems/Libs appear to hate Christians and Republicans more than you hate jihadist terrorists.
    And if it makes you feel better to focus on a few wackos and compare that to the threat the Islamofacists are to the world, go ahead and keep your head in the sand.
    I’m not familiar with John Dean’s book; what does he have to say about Colson?
    If you familiarized yourself even briefly with what Colson has done with his life over the past 30 years, you would or should be embarrassed to have called him a goon.