Bruce Baber (28 March 2011)
"History and the question it poses"


It is patently wrong to provoke irresponsible conjecture, or leap to wild conclusions.  Worse yet to shout them out to others as if they were uncontestable truths.  However, it is always wise to learn from history and ask relevant questions.


In light of the unrest in numerous countries simultaneously, one might ask if a reorganization of destabilized countries will bring about a modern caliphate.


I honestly don't know.  I merely want to try and learn from history and see the big picture.  I have researched a little information that may, or may not be worthy of consideration.


Atheist Mark Twain once wrote: "History may not repeat itself, but it does rhyme."


Bruce Baber