Editor's Notes - Not all fanatics are in Washington

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© Carl Dow, Editor and Publisher, True North Perspective.
True North Perspective
Vol. 7, No. 13 (315)
Friday 27 April 2012

Editor's Notes

There's Politically Correct and there's Politically Correct

Not all fanatics are in Washington, though all are dangerous

Lest anyone draw the erroneous conclusion that True North Perspective is partial to the ambitions of Muslim fanatics, let me make it clear that we are unalterably opposed to fanatics on either side of the developing war between the West and the Muslim world.
There is a bloody-minded determination for world domination on both sides of the divide. The West, led by Washington, is determined to expand its unlimited hegemony. The ambition is fueled by the economic advantage it secured during World War 11. Rather than using its power wisely to promote the heart-felt promise from England's war song, The White Cliffs of Dover, (There'll be love and laughter, and peace ever after/Tomorrow when the world is free), Washington, especially after the Cold War dissolved, has pursued its reprehensible policy of ruthless bribery and war.
Because its leadership can't see beyond the almighty buck and the end of the gun barrel, Washington, under the control of the military-industrial complex against which General and President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned in his final speech to Americans, the US has been led through a series of failed wars that has seen the death and grievous injury to millions at a cost of trillions of dollars, bringing the US to the edge of banqruptcy.
And even worse, has left behind it, especially in the Middle East a string of Muslim dominated countries imposing 12th century law on its hapless citizens. Even now it is funding the overthrow of Syria, a secular state, by supporting radical muslim groups with money and ammunition.
Those who run Washington — and they are both male and female, including Hilary Clinton and her cohort of women who have never known combat but are happy to pull triggers and drop bombs safely away from the explosions — think that they can control the new Muslim dictatorships that they inadvertently are in the process of creating.
They are so blinded by their arrogance that they don't understand that their would-be puppets have ambitions of their own. Ambitions that are just as bizarre as their own.
They say that the Koran is a document for peace. So is the Holy Bible. But in both Books are the seeds of fanaticism.
Most humans are not born front-line combatants. There are those who can be trained as cannon fodder. While the rest simply suffer the results of natural soldiers with lust for war.
As Hitler's goon squads revealed, the shouting and physical bullying of the few can cow the majority. So it's vital, in the interests of democracy, that the bullies be exposed and condemned before they have overwhelmed and silenced the majority.
That's why, in this issue, we present three stories of the Muslim threat. One of them banned by FaceBook. What they reveal is the quiet and loud attempts by Muslims to impose 12th century Sharia law on the 21st century world.
We are confronted with fanatics who have contempt for that which we hold true, and, believe me, they are not all in Washington.
So read the below and take it easy, but take it.
Looking forward
Carl Dow
Editor and Publisher
True North Perspective

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