Krauthammer Compares Today's 'Metastasizing Enemy' to 1930s
Charles Krauthammer tonight responded to Susan Rice’s address on the United States’ national security strategy.
"While the dangers we face may be more numerous and varied, they are not of the existential nature we confronted during World War II or during the Cold War,” Rice said today.
“Yes, it’s not World War II. It’s the ‘30s, it’s not the ‘40s,” Krauthammer said, explaining that the threat is spreading but the administration either doesn’t recognize or want to admit it.
He noted that Iran is on the threshold of a nuclear state, saying that Iran does not need an ICBM to attack Israel, but rather to hit the U.S.
“We are preparing the ground as in the '30s for a metastasizing enemy, an existential enemy that is not yet ready to take on the West but will be if we continue these policies,” Krauthammer warned.
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