Friday, December 28, 2007
Pastorius Does Politically Incorrect
... almost none suggested that in a televised war of the postmodern age, it is difficult for a liberal Western society to defeat and humiliate an enemy — at least to the degree necessary for it to accept a radical change of heart.
Ok, so what he is saying is that there is something we could do which could effect a "radical change of heart" within our enemies. What it is we could do, he does not say. But, we all know he's referring to slaughtering them mercilessly.
The reason we won our wars against Germany and Japan was because we were willing to slaughter their people mercilessly. The Japanese, especially, were a people who were completely unlike us. They were of a different religion, culture, and history. Their culture was one of conformity enforced through religion. They did not believe in Democracy, but instead believed in the infallibility of their leadership. Because their leadership could not be questioned, there was no room for analytical thought. And, what's more, they were willing to kill themselves in order to kill as many of us as possible.
The Japanese were a lot like the Jihadis.
In the end, we decided the only way we could thoroughly defeat them, so that they would not continue to try to fight us, was to drop two Atomic Bombs on their country.
Victor Davis Hanson says, " in a televised war of the postmodern age, it is difficult for a liberal Western society to defeat and humiliate an enemy — at least to the degree necessary for it to accept a radical change of heart. "
Why is it that television makes the necessary defeat and humiliation of an enemy impossible?
Who is it watching TV who would object to defeating Islamofascism?
Please do not give me the easy answer; leftism. Don't tell me that. That's too simple. It too easy an answer. I am a fucking former leftie, as are several of the writers here at IBA, and yet I woke up 9/11 and said, "I want to kill these motherfuckers."
I want to know the demographics and psychographics of the people who would be thwarted by images broadcast on television. I want to know who these people are, their ages, their sex, and how they think. Why would they object to killing those who would kill them?
You want to know my answer? It's women, and the men who think like them. It's baby boomers who were brought up under the shadow of feminism, so that they have only learned to feel, and not to think. It's women. It's the tyrrany of matriarchy.
If men ran the world, it would be a far less dangerous place. If men ran the world there would be fewer and less horrible wars. If men ran the world, we wouldn't be afraid to see images of our soldiers winning a war on television.