Douglas Macgregor & Andrew Napolitano: To Bomb or Not to Bomb Iran

Judge Napolitano – Judging Freedom, Released on 2/5/24

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Col. Douglas A. Macgregor USA (Ret.) is a decorated combat veteran with a PhD in International Relations from the University of Virginia. He is the author of five books and is the executive vice president of Burke-Macgregor Group LLC, a Defense and Foreign Policy consulting firm in Northern Virginia.

Andrew P. Napolitano is a former judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey. Judge Napolitano has written seven books on the U.S. Constitution. The most recent is Suicide Pact: The Radical Expansion of Presidential Powers and the Lethal Threat to American Liberty.

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I knew essentially nothing about war strategy before the Ukraine-Russia dust-up.

Sure, I saw the Gulf War televised in the 90s and it was worth the 5-minutes of my time. It took that long to figure out that this was a purely propaganda production.

Fast forward to Feb 2022, and Col. Douglas Macgregor’s ahead-of-the-curve analysis on Judging Freedom. He has been so consistently accurate (except maybe the winter freeze-up advance which never climatically materialized), I am trying to learn all I can. I feel almost obligated to understand and accept his analysis until proven wrong. (Not worshipping him, but I strongly respect his POV)

But isn’t it the USA who’s always militarily protecting Israel, and never the other way around? Wouldn’t that mean it’s the USA who, in fact, carries water for Zionist-operated Israel? If so, a call from the USA isn’t likely going to stop the genocide.

On top of that, the USA and its lackeys keep “paying their taxes” to Israel.

This is gonna blow, dollars to donuts. My $.02