Imagine for one moment that Mario Lozano was serving, say, the Cuban or Chinese Army. Italians would side with him. But Mario – an Italian-American – is guilty with serving the US army and doing his duty: trying to defend himself from terrorists. And, because of the Italians’ imprudence and disrespect for well-known rules of war they should have known at the time, he mistakenly killed a SISMI agent. But, Italians don’t give a damn about the real reasons for which that infamous incident occurred. To them, if you’re a US soldier, you are already guilty, no matter what. This blog congratulates with the court that thrown the case out and wishes Mario a long life in health and prosperity.
Another excellent piece from Amil Imani, for The American Thinker: Remembering the Unforgettable
This very picture should remind us why we need to adopt an unilateralist strategy against terror and why we can do better off without the European ‘collaboration’, which during these 6 years contributed to worsen the situation. If we want to win, we must put mercy aside, and fight, fight and fight. But I no longer think President Bush has the guts to continue the job. Someone else should take the lead. A Giuliani or a Gingrich. If the latter decides to join the race, it remains to be seen and I hope he will, as the status quo can no longer be accepted. We can win, if we want to.
I’m still convinced that Europe’s cultural and moral decline is imminent, as well as its already impending Islamization. However, there seems to be a gleam of sanity from Germany, as they weigh monitoring stricly their Muslim community, including recent converts. Will they really do it? It remains to be seen.
A moment of truth in Pakistan. For the sake of the civilized world, democracy must overcome extremism