the action of solving a problem, dispute, or contentious matter.
"the peaceful resolution of all disputes"
|synonyms:||solution to, answer to, end to, ending to, settlement of, conclusion to |
"a satisfactory resolution of the problem"
As I mentioned before... part of my strategy will be to include some of Dad's previous posts. So... here's a snipet from January 7th, 2007:
Jules Crittenden says we’re at a Crossroads…
Option One: Pull out. Achieve short-term gratification for those who believe our absence from
will solve our problems. Watch Iraq descend into further violence. Watch a nuclear-armed Iraq come to dominate Iran and the world's richest oil fields. Iraq
More likely, a dispirited people, our army broken by defeat, we'll just wait to see who emerges as the new world power. It will be a while before there is one, and much longer before there is one we would care to live under. I predict a dark age, in which brutal second-rate powers such as
, Russia , China and Iran do what they choose to whom they choose without restraint. An age of modern warlords, with no over-arching, feared power to keep them in check. We can watch the sick man that is North Korea Europe slowly succumb. We can watch small free nations try to fend for themselves. We can await the inevitable nuclear crisis.
Does that sound at all medieval or apocalyptic? It is. Don't think we can't go back to that.
Does it sound overly melodramatic and alarmist? If so, you're a fool with no understanding of history. I have bad news for you. The fight against evil in this world is business as usual. It never ends.
There’s more, of course. And you can probably guess what Option Two is.
This morning’s lead item on memeorandum: Revealed: Israel plans nuclear strike on Iran (from The Times UK).
I know hindsight is 20/20... but the foresight in the article above is remarkable. Think about what North Korea has done... from the Washington Post today:
"The United States and other global powers sharply condemned North Korea on Wednesday, vowing to punish it for conducting a fourth nuclear weapons test. But it was not clear what more the world could do, short of war, to a country that for years has been impervious to international isolation and sanctions."
That's all I have to say about that...
I hope all Exile readers have a wonderful (warm, for those of us in colder climates) day... take wonderful care.