June 10, 2015
In an interview with The Times of London, Donald Rumsfeld, one of the key goyim faces of the Jew-devised invasion of Iraq, admitted that the whole concept of the war was completely nonsensical.
“I’m not one who thinks that our particular template of democracy is appropriate for other countries at every moment of their histories,” Rumsfeld smugly told The Times.
“The idea that we could fashion a democracy in Iraq seemed to me unrealistic. I was concerned about it when I first heard those words.”
Ha! The whole time he knew it was stupid! He just never said anything until now! He was just playing along when he explained the FUBAR by claiming “Democracy is untidy”!
“Freedom’s untidy, and free people are free to make mistakes and commit crimes and do bad things,” he said way back when. “They’re also free to live their lives and do wonderful things. And that’s what’s going to happen here.”
In the interview he then went on to say – seemingly in contradiction with himself – that the US needs to pour more infinity amounts of resources into fighting Moslems and stopping their ideas.
“You begin to look at this thing not like a war but more like the Cold War … you’re not going to win this with bullets, you’re in a competition of ideas,” he said.
“You’re going to have to squeeze down bank accounts, to find out who’s teaching whom what, to find ways to promote and encourage moderates.”
So, yeah – it was stupid to try and convert them to democracy, but we need to somehow change the way they think, in a more vague manner, because… because that is the only road to freedom. Or whatever.
It is truly inconceivable that men who speak in such terms are running the most powerful countries in the world.