Won't someone think of the child...er vulgarity?
The Pacific theater for WW2 is an interesting study. I suggest you read up on it.
Thanks for the suggestion, but been there, done that.
The internet existed in 1983, and was spreading quickly in 1986. Computer crime has existed since at least the 1960s. How could you imagine that hostile foreign governments and other bad actors didn't obain Top Secret US intelligence information via Snowden since it was published in newspapers while the US is engaged in armed conflict and confronting various threats to NATO and other allies?
Being genuinely "anti-war" during a period of international strife isn't necessarily a wise position. Had the North capitulated to the demands of the South, would the US still be a nation with slavery? Where would the world be today if FDR had been anti-war and shrugged off the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor? Much of the British population was so opposed to war that it delayed Britains rearmament prior to WW2, which almost brought it to ruin. Had the Nazis met resistance in remilitarizing the Rhineland it might very well have prevented much grief later. More than one foreign leader has made the mistake of believing the US response would be weak if the US was attacked, including the Japanese and Bin Laden. Being weak in a world of predators such as them invites attack. It is generally a good thing to avoid war if possible, but not every war is avoidable.
serious Republican contender? I don't think any of them could be considered as serious.
You don't? That's funny
Do you think nobody is a serious candidate? Or is it just the Republican side you think is "lacking"? Or is it your views that are unserious?
You omitted punishing the offender for his or her crime. Surely that can be a consideration?
Does the victim have no interest in justice for the wrong done to them?
Link to Original Source
If the "quote" actually occurred there should be a source for it, and none is noted. On the other hand it appears to be a popular quote on various fringe web sites that are likely more open to fabrications, especially if they tend to demonstrate some sort of conspiracy involving Germany, Jews, and Churchill.
It seems highly likely that "quote" is spurious given the strange wording, the false contents, and the lack of any specific attribution. If you doubt it yourself it makes no sense to post it.
Why do you think Churchill was there?
That's a load of crap, front to back.
That's funny, you seem to have completely overlooked the possibility that you got the fake "quotes" from dodgy sources, but jump right into some sort of conspiracy involving Jews. Do you have any ideas about why that might be?
Churchill's "Iron Curtain" speech is a quite famous speech. Tampering with it wouldn't be hard to find out. I think you're grasping at straws.
You don't really need that extra twist of lemon.
Here is the text of the speach that Winston Churchill gave at Fultun. The phrases you show as being attrributed to Churchill don't appear there, nor do they appear to be Churchill's words, nor do they fit with history. That doesn't seem to be a genuine quote.
The second attribution also seems highly unlikely.
The Taliban never had any intention of handing over Bin Laden. Al Qaida was integrated into the Taliban government. The Taliban had previously shown they wouldn't negotiate in good faith when the US tried to extradite Bin Landen following his indictment in the US after the Africa embassy bombings and Cole attack.
9/11 was an act of war consistent with Bin Laden's declaration of war against America in the 1990s. The Taliban though they would just ride out the storm and ignored the ultimatum. It was a bad choice.
Do you reall think that the Taliban would have handed him over? Just curious.