Seven Amazing Photos From December 7, 1941

That last photo shows the man who wanted war with Japan, no matter the cost in American lives. Let’s never forget General Smedley Butler’s dictim: All wars are banker’s wars.

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The Pearl Harbor photos were sourced from Buzzfeed. There are 23 more equally dramatic photos at the link.

CAIR Director: U.S. ‘Partly Responsible’ for Islamic Terrorism

THE SAN BERNARDINO SHOOTERS.
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Well, let’s see. U.S. foreign policy is one of endless war to root out terrorists. Countries are thrown into upheaval. What was the death toll in Iraq? Half a million dead? Or was it a million?

Of course, U.S policies push Muslims into taking action involving terrorist murders. But they nonetheless do not belong in the West. Because even if the U.S. was not invading their countries, they, posing as migrants, have invaded ours.

When Muslims aren’t fighting us, they’re fighting each other. It’s in their genes. So, lets send them back to sand country. We leave them alone and then they will leave us alone. It’s common sense.

Fox News Insider

The United States is partly to blame for Islamic terrorism around the world, according to a director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

“Let’s not forget that some of our own foreign policy, as Americans, as the west, have fueled that extremism,” Hussam Ayloush, of the group’s Los Angeles chapter, told “New Day” host Chris Cuomo during a discussion about Wednesday’s terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Calif.

Ayloush said U.S. support for repressive regimes in the Middle East, including Egypt, helps “push people over to the edge.”

“Then they become extremists, then they become terrorists,” said Ayloush. “We are partly responsible. Terrorism is a global problem, not a Muslim problem. And the solution has to be global. Everyone has a role in it.”

Former State Department official David Tafuri said on “Cavuto Coast to Coast” that Ayloush’s comments are “crazy.”

Tafuri acknowledged that there is some room for improvement in U.S. foreign policy, but both the Obama and Bush administrations actually took out dictatorships and oppressive regimes.

“It’s lunacy. It doesn’t make sense. It doesn’t match with the facts on the ground,” Tafuri said.

Bushbama took out dictatorships? It never occurs to political types that that type of governance is what Muslims prefer. Don’t expect Muslims to thank the U.S. for killing babies and children. And don’t expect them to thank us for killing their favorite dictators.