And so despite U.S. claims that it opposes all forms of terrorism, the measures that it adopts have often only bred further terrorist activity.
The threat is not just against the U.S., but against anyone opposing their regime.
The genius of 9/11 was to provoke the United States and its allies into behaving exactly like the monsters al-Qaida and other jihadi groups had long argued they were. Once again, U.S. warplanes and remote-controlled killer air robots will rain death upon people,the vast majority of whom were innocent and had nothing to do with the group responsible for beheading those poor journalists.
Phew! August is over! It was a miserable month for Obama, for his vacation and conspicuous golf game, while some regions of the world, such as the Middle East, fell into even deeper holes. The shots of the American president were, to say the least, unfortunate, such as the legendary "we don't have a strategy yet" to [Read more]
Thirteen years after 9/11, the president of the United States is forced to return to war against the jihadists. But his success seems uncertain.
Is it, as BHL [the French public intellectual and author] remarks, because he is obsessed with the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to him when he had only just entered the White [Read more]
The departure from Iraq meant that the Islamic State could fill the power vacuum and bring new life to worldwide jihad — because jihadis considered Obama’s retreat a victory for them.
U.S. President Barack Obama has been widely criticized for the poor results of his foreign policy, especially by Republican congressmen who would like the president to use more hard power to confront the enemies of his country in the world: currently, the Islamic State terrorists who are beheading North American [Read more]
The problem is, in the past, when America led the world in its missions, it always put its own interests first.
Obama wants to wage war without going to war, and the president has developed a plan to do so. It's highly improbable that his plan in any way resembles reality: There are just too many questions Obama isn't considering.
We will waste ink and more time before Obama's strategy against the Islamic State can see the light. What was never written before will be written now, of analysis and conclusions; even unrelated subjects will be added.
And sometimes, those writings would add to this strategy what is beyond the capacity to endure, [Read more]