Retired Attorney's Letter To His Sons - P2
3: Who were the attackers?
In each case, the attacks on the US were carried out by Muslims.
4: What is the Muslim populations of the world?
5: Isn't the Muslim Religion peaceful?
Hopefully, but that is really not material. There is no doubt that the predominately Christian population of Germany was peaceful, but under the dictorial leadership of Hitler (who was also Christian), that made no difference. You either went along with the administration or you were eliminated. There were 5 to 6 million Christians killed by the Nazis for political reasons, including 7,000 Polish priests. ( http:www.nazis.testimony.co.uk/7-a.htm ). Thus almost the same number of Christians were killed by the Nazis, as the 6 million holocaust Jews who were killed by them, and we seldom heard of anything other than the Jewish atrocities. Although Hitler kept the world focused on the Jews, he had no hesitancy about killing anyone who got in his way of exterminating the Jews or of taking over the world - German, Christians or any others. Same with the Muslim terrorists. They focus the world on the US, but kill all in their way - their own people or just the Spanish, French or anyone else.  The point here is just like the peaceful Germans were of no protection to anyone from the Nazis, no matter how many peaceful Muslims there may be, they are no protection for us from the terrorist Muslim leaders and what they are frantically bent on doing - by their own pronouncements - killing all of us infidels. I don't blame the peaceful Muslims, what would you do was to shut up or die?
6: So who are we at war with?
There is no way we can honestly respond that it anyone other than the Muslim terrorist. Trying to be politically correct and avoid verbalizing this conclusion can well be fatal. There is no way no win if you don't clearly recognize and articulate whom you are fighting.
So with this background, now to the major questions:
1: Can we lose this war?
2: What does losing really mean?
If we are to win, we must clearly answer these two pivotal questions.
We can definitely lose this war, and as anomalous as it may sound, lose is that so many of us simply do not fathom the answer to the second question - what does losing mean? It would appear that a great many of us think that losing the war means hanging our heads, bringing the troops home and going about our business like post Vietnam. This is as far from the truth as one can get.
What losing really means is: