The war on terror has become a household subject since the attacks on 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 sixteen 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.
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