Monday, April 12, 2010

US Media Lectures Russia on Terrorism

By Ivan Eland
April 12, 2010

On March 31, 2010, the New York Times wrote an editorial that briefly expressed horror in response to the Moscow subway terror bombings, then warned that Prime Minister Vladimir Putin might yet again use terrorist attacks to further consolidate his power, and finally lectured Russia that the only way to defeat such extremism was to deal with the underlying causes.

Read on.


RichardKanePA said...

I hate to pop your bubble but the American people don't agree that the Afghan War is wrong, the following FPIP from the Institute for policy Studies is for peace in all the present day wars around the world, but in Afghanistan has a evenhanded see both sides approach,

Google"Western Peace Activists Ignore Real Afghan Peace Efforts" to see the reasons for the war make sense except the West can't possible accomplish what it wants to accomplish

RichardKanePA said...

Sorry you are wrong about al Qaeda. Al Qaeda preaches unless Muslims adopt its harsh painful tactics they will be for ever pick on and overwhelmed by the west. Al Qaeda is happy the US is spending a fortune on a volunteer army and wouldn't want anything to lead to a draft instead.