Dunces of Doomsday: 16 Blunders That Gave Rise to Radical Islam

Dunces of Doomsday: 16 Blunders That Gave Rise to Radical Islam

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by Paul L. Williams
     
 
The war on terror has become a household subject since the attacks of September 11, 2001. In reality, the jihad against America did not happen overnight. It has been coming for quite some time. The Dunces of Doomsday documents ten blunders that resulted in an invigorated radical Islam, terrorism worldwide, and the coming “American Hiroshima.” The

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The war on terror has become a household subject since the attacks of September 11, 2001. In reality, the jihad against America did not happen overnight. It has been coming for quite some time. The Dunces of Doomsday documents ten blunders that resulted in an invigorated radical Islam, terrorism worldwide, and the coming “American Hiroshima.” The blunders documented include:

  • “The Peanut Farmer and the Ayatollah”—How the worst president in America’s history permitted and invigorated the rise of radical Islam
  • “The Great Offense Against Islam”—How the invasion of Iraq under President George H. W. Bush and the installation of U.S. Military bases between Islam’s holy cities of Mecca and Medina sparked the holy war and the plan for the American Hiroshima
  • “The Poppy Fields Remain In Bloom”—How the war on terror could have been averted by fire-bombing the poppy fields of Afghanistan
  • “The Clinton Follies: From the Mullahs to Monica”—How the Clinton administration, which largely ignored international problems, failed to address the growing threat of Al-Qaeda after the attack on the U.S. Embassies, the counterresistance in Somalia, and the attacks on the USS The Sullivans and the USS Cole
  • “W Uses the Wrong Word”—How President George W. Bush’s message that Islam means “peace” obscured the reality that Islam means “submission” to Allah

    The Dunces of Doomsday chronicles the mistakes that have been made and provides a guide for preventing radical Islam and terrorism’s dream of carrying out the coming American Hiroshima.

  • Product Details

    ISBN-13:
    9781581825299
    Publisher:
    Cumberland House Publishing
    Publication date:
    06/28/2006
    Pages:
    231
    Product dimensions:
    6.30(w) x 9.06(h) x 0.98(d)

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    Dunces of Doomsday 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
    Major_Kelly More than 1 year ago
    But as Paul Williams demonstrates, we and the leaders of this country have made some lu-lu's. Two of my favorites are "Electing a Peanut Farmer President" and "Putting the Screws to Slobodan (Milosovic)". In both cases, Williams argues that we backed the wrong horse, Carter because he stabbed our ally, the Shah of Iran, in the back opening the door for Islamo-fascists in Iran. In the case of Milosovic, he argues that the referendum Clinton called for on idependence for Kosovo was unfair to Milosovic and played right into the hands of the jihad. Those are only two of the staggering points of view Williams presents. If you're the kind of person who appreciates a different perspective and doesn't want to swallow the part line without a fight, this book will shock you.
    Guest More than 1 year ago
    I took this book on vacation with me and found myself spending more time reading than I should have. It is an incredibly piercing work that engages you from the beginning. As the book went on, I was becoming more irritated reading about our lame brained leaders. This is a good book. It points out a glaring weakness in our foreign policy which appears to be designed for quick fixes and not well thought out actions leading to long term successful solutions. I thought it was well put together and I loved the Prologue. I wish the author would write a novel in the same manner as the Prologue was written.
    Guest More than 1 year ago
    What to know just about everything concerning radical Islam and the war on terror in one book? This title is for you. It also provides incredibly salient info about al Qaeda's plans for an American Hiroshhima.
    Guest More than 1 year ago
    I found The Al Qaeda Connection by this author to be full of insight, new sources and to have read like a thriller novel. This book is full of retread sources from his previous book. You are better off going to the original source material that he used as filler for this: Paul Sperry, Robert Spencer, Peter Bergen, Harvey Kushner, Daniel Pipes, Serge Trifovec, and Tony Blankley. 188 pages at 24.95 is almost a rip off considering the amount of recycled material. For someone who has a supposed PHd, this book is disappointingly filled with juvenile name-calling the likes of which you might hear from low brow Bill O'Reilly.