Fareed Zakaria is a big booster of legal immigration. Yet his show is usually about how bad other countries are to live in. This includes their constant killing of each other. After showing us the killing in a country, in effect he says, let’s have immigration of these people here. Won’t they just kill us here? Isn’t that what happened on 9-11?
Is low population one of the reasons the US is not like Iraq or Afghanistan or Sudan or Somalia or Nagorno-Karabakh. Today on Foreign Exchange, Fareed Zakaria showed us a film on the war in Nagorno-Karabakh that has been ongoing since 1988 at some level, although there was a “peace” in 1994.
Lawrence Auster on Zakaria
“Fareed Zakaria, appeaser and Muslim apologist “
In the Nagorno-Karabakh war, Zakaria is on the side of the Muslims? The Armenians are Christian and Zakaria is against their side?
Zakaria showed an agit-prop film made by the Muslim fighters against the Christian Armenians? He didn’t mention that though. The same people Zakaria is for now are the Afghan fighters who attacked us on 9-11?
Zakaria showing this film is boosting the same people who attacked us on 9-11? Is Zakaria advocating policies whose effect has already been to import war into the US? Is Zakaria advocating bringing in the same war into the US that was brought in before the attack on the World Trade Center in 1993? We are now over 14 years at least of importing war?
Zakaria says our problem in this war is that we don’t know who are enemy is. Zakaria says the way you win war is divide your enemies.
In the Balkans we fought the Christian Serbs and bombed the Christians in Sarajevo. Bush and Condoleeza Rice are for the Muslims in Albania and Kosovo. They are also for the Muslims in Turkey and have never spoken up for Christians there or even secular Muslims. Now Zakaria wants to repeat the Balkans formula in Nagorno-Karabakh? He is putting on the film of the Mujahideen?
Zakaria is teaching us to fight the Christians in the Middle East and Balkans? From Serbia to Iraq we are supposed to either fight the Christians or at least not feel solidarity with them? This is a lesson in divide your enemies from the master?