Friday, December 11, 2009

Quote du jour

“Our goal in war,” wrote Basil Liddell Hart, the great strategist of armored warfare, “can only be attained by the subjugation of the opposing will.” In other words, the object of war is not to destroy the enemy’s tanks but the enemy’s will. That goes treble if, like the Taliban and al-Qaeda, he hasn’t got any tanks in the first place. So what do you think Obama’s speech did for the enemy’s will? He basically told ’em: We can only stick another 19 months, so all you gotta do is hang in there for 20.

-Mark Steyn

1 comment:

  1. In the age of CNN and UN's perversion of "human rights" we've lost this understanding of war, thereby guaranteeing global bad guys will literally get away with murder.


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