“Winning the Unwinnable War” – Perscription for U.S. Foreign Policy

In his book, Winning the Unwinnable War, Elan Journo “shows how our own policy ideas crippled our response in the Middle East. The book analyzes the U.S. military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as Washington’s nightmarish alliance with Pakistan. Iran’s burgeoning influence and militancy, the book argues, is a product of Washington’s failure properly to identify Iran’s central role in the jihadist movement and recognize the nature of the war against us.”

Winning the Unwinnable War is accurately subtitled “Americas Self-Crippled Response to Islanic Totalitarianism.” The author’s solution to our quagmire in the Middle East provides us with an inspiring vision of how the United States can conclusively defeat the enemy…”having identified the reasons behind Washington’s failed response to 9/11, the book lays out the necessary steps for achieving victory and for securing America’s long-range interests in the volatile Middle East.”

A must read, especially now!


Islamic Totalitarianism – Is appeasement immoral?

In “America vs. Americans, Leonard Peikoff analyzes and rejects—as appeasement-ridden and ineffectual—the entire Bush administration response to the terrorist attacks on the U.S., from 9/11 until today. America, he says, should have reacted to 9/11 as it did to Pearl Harbor—by declaring war not on Afghanistan or Iraq, but on Iran.

This information is a critical today as it was in 2003 given the political unrest in the Middle East flaunting Islamic totalitarianism. They will continue to come at us because we have in essence disarmed ourselves philosophically and as a country. What action is necessary to change this course of self-destruction? You will find out in this video:

“America vs. Americans”