America’s Victory in the Presidential Contest
Barack Obama’s victory represents America’s
to date in the 9/11 War. The
failure of Al Qaeda’s plot
to sway the
U.S. presidential election represents a colossal setback in its
effort to demonize America. The
global syndicate can no longer crusader-bait the American administration
wasting the superpower’s military, financial and diplomatic resources. Al Qaeda now faces the imminent
deprivation of its lifeblood, the popular anti-American sentiment
for the safe havens, financing and recruitment supporting this
apocalyptic cult. In addition to Al Qaeda’s
America has devastated Al
d’etre, the portrayal of itself on the world stage as the righteous
the Muslim Messiah who destroys the Great Satan empire. Instead
of continuing Bush’s convincing
portrayal of the Muslim Messiah’s defining nemesis, America has elected
most popular presidential candidate in world history.
Views of the US around the world have improved sharply over the past year, a BBC World Service poll suggests. For the first time since the annual poll began in 2005, America's influence in the world is now seen as more positive than negative.
On the 9/11 War’s central battlefield, the ideological front, America’s 2008 decision marks a pivotal milestone offering the possibility of an imminent restoration of the nation’s reputation and a collapse of Al Qaeda’s ideological base.
Al Qaeda’s meticulously constructed casus belli now faces the oblivion of worldwide rejection. The American people’s formal replacement of the lightning rod for anti-American zeal, the Bush war policy, with that of a wildly popular president devastates Al Qaeda’s painstaking campaign to justify to world opinion terrorist attacks on the American leadership and American people as a rational preventative measure intended to defend against ongoing imperial belligerence. Considering that Bush’s reelection in 2004 occurred in the context of Al Qaeda’s widely observed manipulation of American voters (via Bin Laden's infamous "9/11-claim" video), the 2008 election results attest to the vitally important fact that American voters have never formally endorsed the Bush war policy. Absolved of the nation’s most infamous mistake and relieved of Al Qaeda’s greatest recruitment tool, U.S. voters have freed the country from 9/11’s crusader-baiting trap and can now proceed to restore America’s reputation as humanity's greatest benefactor. No longer able to mask its true colors with the flag of anti-American sentiment, Al Qaeda will be rendered impotent as its rallying call to holy war sounds increasingly like the rabble-rousing propaganda of an apocalyptic cult.