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Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Terry Jones, Asshat or OK

Infidels are now  in serious peril now because Terry Jones burns Koran
Florida preacher Terry Jones burns Koran in bizarre 'trial and execution' in front of a crowd of ... 30 people
Mail Online

No doubt things are far more dangerous for the troops in Afghanistan today than they were a week ago.
An apologist and/or an appeaser, a do gooder, a good liberal, a misunderstander, and some who do not have a clue would defend the undefendable... terry was simply a tool used by misunderstanders of islam to whip up simmering rage... someone drawing cartoons of the prophet muhammad (pbuh) would invoke the same response...

Should Terry Jones have been more discrete about burning a qur'an, yes he should.... is Terry an asshole, no... is he insensitve, yes.... as far as putting any infidel in harms way, just being an unbeliever is enough to upset a radical Muhammadan..

Ask Daniel Pearl, Nick Berg, Jack Hensley, Eugene Armstrong, Paul Johnson.  Ask other victims of radial islam rage, Turks, Egyptians, a Korean, Bulgarians, a British businessman, and Nepalese.  Ask scores of unbelievers and Apostates who have also fallen victim to Islamist terrorists' knives.  Ask Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh.

Oh, that is kind of hard because all were killed, gunned down, and/or mutilated at some asinine muslim rage fest......
Terry is a tool and not the cause.....  In other words, some do not have a clue what "they" are talking about....

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Who is the 12th Imam; you know the guy in the well

We have heard of the 12th imam from many whackos. The President of Iran, Amannamedjihad, claims to know the identity of the 12th imam. I think a 100 ft muhammad came to him and told him the true identity of the imam in the well.....

Now the Maha Rushie has stated his theory behind his golden eib microphone..... Limbaugh: Obama Believes He's the 12th Imam....   Rush Limbaugh: Obama is now into caliphate building -- he believes he is the 12th Imam.

Who do you think the 12th imam is?

An African view of Islamic uprisings

Excerpt of an article by Charl van Wyk in World Net Daily:

Like any great debate, it begins with defining the language – which, while familiar to Western ears, is foreign in practice to most Africans (and nearly all Middle-Easterners). Congo calls itself a democratic republic, but don't let the words fool you; they're little more than clever marketing. In fact, words like "freedom" and "democracy" don't have the same meaning in Africa as they do in the United States. "Freedom" usually means access to resources or government jobs. "Democracy" often means supporting one man, with one vote (under severe pressure), once and never again as he retains power as permanently and ruthlessly as possible.

This firmly rooted mentality is ripe for Islam's all-encompassing level of influence. That's why I assert unflinchingly that Western-style democracy cannot develop in an Islamic society, and the evidence testifies to such. Islam – and the Shariah law that serves as its ideal of justice – is intolerant of anything resembling representative government and human rights.

Islam is incompatible with anything recognizing those self-evident truths your founders so eloquently summarized "that all men are created equal" and "endowed by their Creator" with unalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Read more: An African view of Islamic uprisings 

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Al Qaeda steals weapons in Libya

Courtesy of Australian Press and Captain Beach at Hannity Forum

So while Obama dithers and allows Libya to destabilize to the point that Al Queda in the Middle East sneaks in now we find out why...

al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) seized the  oppuritunity...during the chaos to snatched up MANPADS...MAN Portable Air Defense Systems SHOULDER FIRED SURFACE TO AIR MISSILE...something that the US Military has been fighting to prevent them acquiring almost as much as WMDs..

One has to wonder how Obama will blame this on Bush?

President says it is cool, will be on TV Monday evening to brief us on Libya

Email from the Prez this morning... Nothing to worry about..

Good morning,

I'm writing today with an update on the situation in Libya, including the actions we've taken with allies and partners to protect the Libyan people from the brutality of Moammar Qaddafi. For further details, please take a moment to watch this morning's Weekly Address:

Sending our brave men and women in uniform into harm's way is not a decision I make lightly. But when someone like Qaddafi threatens a bloodbath that could destabilize an entire region, it is in our national interest to act. In fact, it’s our responsibility.

Our mission in Libya is clear and focused -- and we are succeeding.

Along with our allies and partners, we are enforcing the mandate of the United Nations Security Council. Working with other countries, we have put in place a no-fly zone and other measures that will help prevent further violence and brutality. Qaddafi's air defenses have been taken out, and his forces are no longer advancing across Libya.

As a consequence of our quick action, the lives of countless innocent civilians have been saved, and a humanitarian catastrophe has been avoided.

The role of American forces in this mission is limited. After providing unique capabilities at the beginning, we are now handing over control of the no-fly zone to our NATO allies and partners, including Arab partners like Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.

The United States has also joined with the international community to deliver urgent humanitarian assistance. We're offering support to the Libyan opposition and have frozen tens of billions of dollars of Qaddafi's assets.

Our message to Qaddafi is clear: attacks against innocent civilians must end, his forces must be pulled back, humanitarian aid must reach Libyans in need, and those responsible for the violence in Libya must be held accountable.

The progress we've made over the past seven days demonstrates how the international community should work, with many nations, not just the United States, bearing the responsibility and cost of upholding international law.

Every American can be proud of the service of our men and women in uniform who have once again stood up for our interests and ideals. And as we move forward, I will continue to keep each of you fully informed on our progress.


Barack Obama

President of the United States

P.S. On Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. EDT, I will deliver an address at the National Defense University in Washington, DC on the situation in Libya. You can watch the speech live at

Friday, March 25, 2011

Reports of Bin Laden Movement

Bin Laden sets alarm bells ringing

By Syed Saleem Shahzad (Asian Times)

ISLAMABAD - After a prolonged lull, the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has launched a series of covert operations in the rugged Hindu Kush mountains of Pakistan and Afghanistan following strong tip-offs that al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden has been criss-crossing the area in the past few weeks for high-profile meetings in militant redoubts.

The US has been on Bin Laden's trail ever since he fled Afghanistan when the US invaded the country in 2001 to oust the Taliban, but the 54-year-old with a US$50 million reward on his head has always remained several steps in front.

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Hat tip to my friends at National Terror Alert Center..

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Would A New Libya Be A Haven For Al Qaeda?

Experts keep close eye on African region for fear Islamic terrorist groups could fill possible power void after the fall of Qaddafi.... 

I am getting a bad feeling on this.  Good chance that the western powers have screwed the pooch on this military action that they embarked upon.  According to The Telegraph, Libyan rebel commander Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi, said jihadists who fought against allied troops in Iraq are on the front lines of the battle against Muammar Gaddafi's regime.

The west seems to be backing jihadists with western blood on their hands.   Could this be a remake of the Soviet era Afghanistan all over again. Failed foreign policies and poor decision making?  

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

I do not have a clue what Obama is up to.....

Courtesy of Fox News... Welcome to the Brave New World of the Obama Doctrine
The fundamental rule of warfare: is things NEVER go as you planned, you have to expect the unexpected. That’s why we have to be clear about both the military and political missions before we go in. They’re bound to change once the real war begins. If you don’t know where you’re headed before you set out, you’ll never know when you’ve arrived.

Both of those missions are muddled with the Libyan. What’s the military goal? To kill Qaddafi? To leave Qaddafi in power but force him to stop killing his people? To back up the rebels so they can defeat Qaddafi on their own? Who’s fighting with us, and who is calling the shots? President Obama? The French? The British? The Pentagon? Secretary Clinton? And by the way, what ever happened to the Arab League? They initially backed a no-fly zone, but are having second thoughts now that people are getting killed. What if Qaddafi escapes to fight a prolonged insurgency?

Even if we succeed militarily, what is the political objective? To turn Libya over to the rebels? We don’t even know who the rebels are! They’re not unified or battle ready. They may be committed, but at this point they’re not capable. Could we live with a two state solution?
This bozo is confusing the hell out of me. what is he doing to the rest of the world. Hey Liberals, How is that hope and change working out for ya, anyway... You elected the Bozo...

Look who's in line to replace Gadhafi

Now I wonder if it is true?
British cleric Anjem Choudary says al-Qaida and the Muslim Brotherhood have assets on the ground in Libya and are ready to take control if Moammar Gadhafi is removed from power.

The top Muslim cleric accuses the U. S. and French-led coalition trying to topple Gadhafi of working to install a puppet regime, but he says there are al-Qaida operatives in Libya who will stop the West from installing a friendly government.

"Al-Qaida has their own agents and their own people in the region who are propagating their own Islamic ideas and their agenda. At the right time they will make the move, and we will see the emergence of Islam and Shariah in that particular region," Choudary said.
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Sunday, March 20, 2011

Barack H. Obama Elemenatary Scrool a Bust

Another progressive liberal lamebrain idea goes up in smoking mirrors....

Barack H. Obama Elementary to close

The Barack H. Obama Elementary School in Asbury Park, N.J. will be shuttered this summer, largely due to low enrollment, the Asbury Park Press reports .

Bruce N. Rodman, the official who oversees the district's finances, determined that it was necessary for one of the district's elementary schools to close and the Obama school's enrollment had dropped 35 percent in the past 10 years, the newspaper reports.

The Bangs Avenue School elected in 2010 to change its name to Barack H. Obama Elementary.

Now the Arab Coalition Brothers are having second thoughts

Hate to say it, but it sounds like the Crusaders may have started something that will bite them in the ass...
Courtesy of the Strait Times..
Mar 20, 2011: Arab League criticises Western strikes on Libya

CAIRO - The Arab League on Sunday criticised Western military strikes on Libya, a week after urging the United Nations to slap a no-fly zone on the oil-rich North African state.

'What has happened in Libya differs from the goal of imposing a no-fly zone and what we want is the protection of civilians and not bombing other civilians,' Arab League secretary general Amr Mussa told reporters........
Sounds like our Arab Coalition brothers are having second thoughts. And, the Russians and Chinese are also condemning the attacks now........Not long before the dhimmi European apologists will decide they don't like it either.... Well, Oby will get left holding the bag (until he blames booooooosh). Nitwit-ism 101...