Skip to comments.First steps for French pullout from Afghanistan day after Bin Laden threat
Posted on 10/28/2010 11:08:33 AM PDT by Vermont Lt
On their way out of Afghanistan Just a day after Osama bin Laden warned France to remove its troops from Afghanistan, French Defense Minister Herve Morin announced Thursday, Oct. 28 that the withdrawal of French troops would begin in early 2011. Paris then raised its terror alert level to "red" after confirming the authenticity of the Bin Laden audiotape aired Wednesday.
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I predict the French will “absorb” an attack now that they have relinquished.........it’s the muslim way
Levels of French Homeland Security Alerts:
5. Retire. At 35.
Bin Laden should now demand that they change their country’s name to Dungbeetleland and their national anthem to Theme from Shaft....just to jerk their chain...
I think youre right, just ask the Spanish how well turning tail went.
In the end some country will decide they’re not going to take any more crap from the ragheads and smack the snot out of them in a meaningful way. Then the raghead propaganda machine will fire up in an attempt to gain international sympathy. The usual ‘suspects’ in Europe will agree to condemn a richly justified action and the UN will puke out another useless condemnation or perhaps something stronger. Israel knows the drill all too well.
All that said to say this. AQ et al are just garden variety cowards who have most of the 1st world running for the hills. In short we have no leaders worth a warm bucket of spit, cowards themselves. How can things go well if you run from such an undeserving foe?
Answer: because such a display of abject weakness in the face of a threat guarantees a continuation of those threats. Kind of a reverse Napoleon approach, no? Wasn't Nappy known for extracting concessions, then turning right around and demanding more? Sarky could learn from his country's own history.
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