U.S. intervention in Sudan and Somalia: Sowing war’s whirlwind for Americans
How many non-elite Americans do you think can find “Darfur” on a map? How many of the same tax-paying folks do you think want the U.S. government to spend money on the poor, hungry, unemployed, and illiterate in Darfur, when there are tens of thousands of Americans living in the same conditions at home? And how many non-elite Americans want to worsen America’s war with Islam?
My own hunch is that: (a) not many could find Darfur on a map; (b) few would want to send their taxes abroad when so many Americans need assistance; and (c) even fewer would want more war with Islam abroad and at home.
Well guess what, all of these non-elite Americans are fresh out of luck. With the U.S. government and such scintillating strategic thinkers as George Clooney, Don Cheadle, Angelina Jolie, and Mia Farrow in the lead, the West is about to help rip Darfur and the rest of Muslim Sudan’s oil-rich southern territories out of the country and create an independent, largely Christian state.