Wednesday, July 12, 2006

ADT on Collaborators

We now know, for example, that the entire Iraqi resistance plan was organized by Saddam Hussein many years before the 2003 invasion, and it concentrated above all on attacking and neutralizing those Iraqis who collaborated with the invading American forces. The Iraqi resistance could actually have killed a lot more American invaders than it did, but the object was not to kill American soldiers per se, it was to liberate Iraq from the tyranny of Zion, and the Arabs recognized something it took white Americans almost a century to understand, that it is the collaborator of your own kind who is the most deadly threat to the liberty of a nation or the survival of a race.

--“A Distant Thunder”, pg 276

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