Opinion » Columnists

International terrorism will not cease to exist

Bush says that if the US pulls out of Iraq, International Terrorist might plot new attacks against the US.

In logic that is not exactly clear, Bush outlines a rationalization for continued a US combat military presence in Iraq.

Bush’s new cause for the US jihad is based upon his belief that international terrorists could, maybe, might possibly consider, or, plot new attacks on America. This announcement came during a meeting with Iraq’s interim Prime Minister Ayad Allawi.

"I think we will need more troops than we currently have" Abizaid said. And this same sentiment was echoed by Gen. John Abizaid, commander of U.S. troops in the Middle East.  Allawi and Bush will not be asking the UN for additional troops as the UN has stated this is an illegal war and Bush has committed the US to going it alone.

Michael Berglin

Comments
Chief of Russian National Guards threatens to make juicy meat chop out of Aleksei Navalny
Chief of Russian National Guards threatens to make juicy meat chop out of Aleksei Navalny
Sexual abstinence more harmful to women
Can Russia oppose coalition forces in the Mediterranean?
53 million Russians may lose their jobs within a few years
Can Russia oppose coalition forces in the Mediterranean?
Can Russia oppose coalition forces in the Mediterranean?
USAF to use F-35B Lightning II against Russia's Su-57 and S-400 systems in Syria?
Can Russia oppose coalition forces in the Mediterranean?
Can Russia oppose coalition forces in the Mediterranean?
The Globalization of the Law: A chimera
The Globalization of the Law: A chimera
South Korean President finds DPRK people eating sturgeon at fancy restaurants
How Russia can respond to Israel following Ilyushin Il20 shootdown
Can Russia oppose coalition forces in the Mediterranean?
Can Russia oppose coalition forces in the Mediterranean?
Syria’s Assad toads to Putin over Il-20 shootdown
Former GRU officer exposes two Russian Salisbury spies
The Globalization of the Law: A chimera
The Globalization of the Law: A chimera
The Globalization of the Law: A chimera