With growing anti-Americanism and growing appeasement, Bush must make a speech to the UN, or he must call a huge Summit, and give a speech to the world. He has to get our message out to these appeasers. The appeasement and internationalization movement views the threat of terrorism as such: if everyone works together, terrorists can be captured easier, (although they are being captured on a terrific scale anyway, because we are working together), and if everyone tries to understand the terrorists, we may understand their cause... and if we ourselves reform, we may end their hatred. If we work together, we won't step on anyone's toes and the whole world will love us, rather than fear us. This is the way to confront terrorism. Such a view is dead wrong. Yes, it is important to work with other nations. We will fight this war with every bit of intelligence and law enforcement available. All nations must support us, on that front of the War on Terror. But when we wish to confront regimes with a military invasion, we do not need the overwhelming approval of nations. We must remove the sources of terrorism and their regimes. There's no reason why Libya should be in charge of the Human Rights Watch in the UN. The UN must act. Bush has to stop pussy footing. Bush must come out, on worldwide TV, and defend his case against Iraq. He must lay out what other nations thought. He must come out and show the world he didn't lie. He's hated because he's a religious man, not a secular man. And he's hated because he's a capitalist, not a socialist. We must come out and tell the EU, the UN, and all other organizations, that we will strike first and we will strike alone if we must. We must lay out the strategy worldwide for the War on Terror, whether they like it or hate it. What can he say, realistically? We need to drop flyers all over the Middle East stating our cause and case. We need to win the propaganda war.