Why We’re Losing The War - Four Years Later
What: A talk explaining why the war on terrorism is being lost
When: Wednesday, Sept. 7, 7 p.m., Eastern Time
Where: New York University’s Kimmel Center, Room 900-series, 60 Washington Square South, New York
Who: Dr. Yaron Brook, executive director of the Ayn Rand Institute
The public and media are invited -- admission is free.
IRVINE, CA--The latest attacks on London prove, once again, that America and its allies have failed to stop the scourge of Islamic terrorism. Four years after Sept. 11, our troops still die in both Iraq and Afghanistan, while our enemy’s bombs continue to explode in cities around the world. Why is this happening?
In World War II, America and its allies needed less than four years to eradicate the threats posed by the mighty militaries of Germany and Japan. So, what is stopping us now from annihilating the forces of Islamic totalitarianism?
Dr. Brook will argue that the answer is to be found in the realm of morality. It’s the Bush Administration’s appeasing, self-destructive policy that has made this so-called War on Terror not able to be won. From the dishonest naming of the war to the cowardly choice of countries to target to the self- sacrificial way we have fought--our government’s actions indicate a moral unwillingness to pursue America’s genuine self-interest and so the enemy’s swift destruction.
After examining the White House’s failing policy, Dr. Brook will present his idea of what a war in self-defense would actually look like, and he will explain what is urgently needed today, if America is to achieve victory tomorrow.
Dr. Yaron Brook is available for interviews on this topic before and after his talk.
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