#1 Who Said Anything About War? - Kerry Says It's The "Wrong Terminology" - Islamic Extremism - F&F--Oliver North by Eglman 12.09.2014 09:24

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#2 RE: Who Said Anything About War? - Kerry Says It's The "Wrong Terminology" - Islamic Extremism - F&F--Oliver North by Frank Cannon 12.09.2014 09:32

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There are new terms for everything...

Obama-Speak: Homeland Security Secretary Replaces 'Terrorism' With the Term 'Man-Caused Disaster'

http://newsbusters.org/blogs/tim-graham/...m-term-man-caus

#3 RE: Who Said Anything About War? - Kerry Says It's The "Wrong Terminology" - Islamic Extremism - F&F--Oliver North by algernonpj 12.09.2014 10:01

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"There are new terms for everything..."

Ain't that the truth.

So we are eroding a man-made disaster with kinetic action that consists of lots of moving parts. Take about obfuscation.

How about we do what ought to have been done on 9-12. Put holes in the map of the middle east with the warning Mecca was next. I'd wager we'd be dealing with a lot less man-made disaster today.

We need to learn from Black Jack Pershing and Old Blood and Guts Patten:

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There is only one tactical principle which is not subject to change. It is to use the means at hand to inflict the maximum amount of wound, death, and destruction on the enemy in the minimum amount of time



Of course that would be counter to the political correct memes that all cultures and ethical system are equal, that evil does not exist. that people only do bad things because of poverty and inadequate government intervention.

And .... it would have eliminated a major source of chaos, violence, and fear that is being used to lure people to surrender freedom for the illusion of security.

#4 RE: Who Said Anything About War? - Kerry Says It's The "Wrong Terminology" - Islamic Extremism - F&F--Oliver North by Cincinnatus 12.09.2014 14:35

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On the positive side, a "very significant counter terrorism operation" is definitely a step up from "work place violence".

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