Friday, October 30, 2009


New York City
October 30th, 2009
6:47 am

Tenacity vs. Perseverance

Brooks shows, not for the first time, that he is part of the U.S. war machine propaganda.

Though Brooks claims that he has called around to a few of his pro-Zionist (as distinct from pro- Israel) 'experts' in the military establishment, this opinion piece is a call to war, in his own voice, from his own mouth.

Is this responsible journalism?

Tenacity is an attribute that can make one bull-headed and possessing tunnel vision, but in contrast the attribute of perseverance, validated in research, makes it possible to pursue goals that are far-reaching and enduring.

The Rotweiler approach is not working, but Brooks advocates it.

Peace endures. Nonviolence endures. Truth endures.

All wholly attainable, wholly pragmatic ideals, if the US can stay out of other sovereign states and instead, protect itself at home -- against the hatred of those it has blatantly exploited for over 50 years.

The majority of West Asians and South Asians know what I am talking about. The hawks? no. Brooks? no.

Chithra KarunaKaran

Ethical Democracy As Lived Practice
NYTimes copyright
The Tenacity Question

Military experts say that President Obama is intellectually sophisticated, but they do not know if he has the determination needed from a war president.

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