Sunday, May 01, 2011

Killing Bin Ladin does not end the war against Islamofascism

Killing Bin Ladin is a victorious battle in a larger, ideological war against Islamofascism. I wish I could say that the war is over. It is not. Islamofascism is a movement far larger than one person. To defeat it, it will require military resources to remove Islamofascist regimes (Iran, for instance) and a committed, ideological war of ideas to undermine Islamofascism and show the superiority of capitalist, representative republics. The first step, which our leaders have never ackowledged, is that it is an ideological war. We're at war with Islamofascism. Evading this fact does not help the cause.

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