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Posted on 01/20/2013 10:14:45 AM PST by Leigh Patrick Sullivan
As conditions in Mali deteriorate into another international effort against Islamists, the automatic support from conservatives for military intervention is on a sharp decline.
As results of previous campaigns become clear and information is gathered, those on Canadas political right have started to raise questions about the factions involved, as well as possible outcomes.
Born from the aftermath of the deceptive Arab Spring, a bill of goods sold to the general public by Western governments and the media as democracy taking root and the Arab worlds Tiananmen square which ended up as nothing more than an exchange of corrupt, morally bankrupt dictators for murderous, radically Islamic Caliphates, skepticism is growing among those who identify as pro-Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
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Actually I think the approach that the French and Algerians used was exactly correct (though perhaps lacking in finesse). These militant yobs keep trying to use civilians as shields. When they understand that such a maneuver will not keep them alive then maybe they will change their tactics. If the thugs don’t change tactics it is a case of oh well too bad so sorry you were there. Until we start fighting and killing these useless jerks we will continue to have this nonsense going on
They are the ones who don't excerpt their own blogs looking to score a few hits.
Thanks Leigh Patrick Sullivan.
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