Aug 1, 2006

Courage and the Crocodile

Once again President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad raises the pot leaving the West and the impotent United Nations scrambling just to stay in the game.

The West and the United Nations are left once again with two simple choices, call his bluff or just add more goodies to the pot of appeasement and hope that Iran will fold.

Ronald Reagan once said, "To sit back hoping that someday, some way, someone will make things right is to go on feeding the crocodile, hoping he will eat you last - but eat you he will."

Well here we sit, waiting and watching as the United Nations foolishly thinks of what they can somehow feed the crocodile and appease him. We watch and wait for the United Nations the United States or anyone to somehow make things right.

Orwell was off by twenty-two years and here we are today, drunk on diversity, silenced by political correctness and tolerance, we now seem to find ourselves paralyzed unable to act and no longer able to distinguish between right and wrong.

Is destiny no longer ours to choose? I say we have a choice, we continue to take dark path ahead, or we find within ourselves the courage and resolve to choose the path less traveled.

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