Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Dems Win But We Will All Lose


My fellow Americans, I regret to inform you that although the Democrats won control of the House of Representatives last night, that you and I are the real losers. This is a very grim day for America and her allies, and I fear that the worst is yet to come.

I have added the Department of Homeland Security to my links section. I would strongly suggest that you go to the DHS website and click on 'prevention and protection,' because I believe that within the next 90 days we will be hit with a terrorist attack that will be beyond our worst nightmares.

By the end of this weekend, I will make sure that I have a kit at home at the ready for not if, but when, this catastrophic attack occurs. Let me make it as clear as possible: I have no doubts, but only pray that I am wrong. The West is in grave danger now, terrorists know we are very much divided. "United we stand, divided we fall." We, the West, are about to fall.

In fact it has already begun:

Hamas chief Khaled Mashaal said Wednesday that a truce with Israel is finished and his group's militants can resume fighting following an Israeli tank attack that killed 18 Palestinians.

Militants will answer the deaths with "deeds, not words," Mashaal told a news conference in the Syrian capital.

From World Net Daily: Terror groups in the Gaza Strip, including militants from Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah party, warned today they may attack U.S. interests in the Middle East.

Hamas' so-called "military wing" released a statement, the first of its kind, calling on Arabs and Muslims to attack American targets in the Middle East in response to an Israeli artillery strike today that killed at least 19 Palestinians.

"The U.S. provides political and logistical cover for the crimes committed by the Zionist occupation, and it must be blamed for the Beit Hanoun massacres," the Hamas military wing said in a statement.

Hizbullah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah: "When we were young, I cannot forget the sight of American forces leaving Vietnam, and the Americans abandoning their Vietnamese allies, I anticipate the same for our region."

The terrorists are emboldened by what they see as a country about to come apart at the seems.

Saddam Hussein was right when he said we would come in and be very successful at the beginning, but eventually the folks in this country would wear down.

If you do a search on Google or Yahoo, type in "Bin Laden's Letter To America" which he wrote in 2002. He explains why he and the Islamists attack us and why our society is so decrepit. He also predicts that America will run away when the going gets tough.

Don Rumsfeld, the only man to serve as Defense Secretary under two Presidents (Bush and Ford) resigned today. I think it is very difficult to make such a substantial change like this in the middle of a war and think about it, what kind of message does this send to our troops?

Get ready folks for Nancy Pelosi and San Fransisco politics. Get ready for endless indictments and an attempt at impeachment.

Quite often I hear people say that the Iraq war is a recruiting ground for new terrorists. But being repeatedly attacked as we were throughout the 1990s by al-Qaeda and prior to that by Hezbollah is never mentioned as a recruitment tool. I believe that although our country is being protected pretty well by law enforcement, I think that the real reason we have not been attacked is that al-Qaeda has to top 9/11. That a smaller attack, although deadly, would show the terrorist network to be less potent, and therefore not as attractive to potential suicide bombers.

How many terrorists were produced as a result of September 11, 2001? How many were produced after seeing tapes and coverage on CNN of American soldiers being dragged through the streets of Mogadishu and then our "fearless leader" former President Bill Clinton taking our troops out as soon as he could, because he could. We ran out of Lebanon in 1984 under President Reagan. Former President Jimmy Carter stopped supporting the Shah of Iran which led to his ouster by Ayollah Khomeini and his firebrand of shiites which we are now dealing with today.

With President George H.W. Bush at the helm, we told Iraqis to rise up against Saddam Hussein at the end of Gulf War I, only we did not back them and left them to be slaughtered. We did not support the mujahideen, or holy warriors, in Afghanistan who so bravely defeated and chased the Soviet Union in the 1980s. The U.S. left and ultimately that country fell into the hands of the Taliban. We not only stopped supporting these people, but we left them with millions of dollars of our military equipment. Our history of leaving prematurely has fueled hatred for us. But I do not blame us entirely, the fault lies with the terrorists.

Keep in mind that when we left Vietnam what occurred with the killing fields and the slaughtering committee by Pol Pot and company. Is it out of the realm of possibility that something of this nature could occur in Iraq if we leave? Thus not only resulting in the deaths of so many but fueling anti-Americanism as well.

If we leave Iraq and Iran gets control of that country and their oil. Will that enable them to finish their quest for nuclear weapons? This most certainly would then trigger an arms race in the Middle East where Saudi Arabia and Egypt would be looking to quickly obtain nukes.

President George W. Bush has made mistakes, but the one issue he has right is the War On Terror. The voters failed to see that last night, or perhaps, the GOP did a poor job in selling themselves. I suppose the lack of a real policy on illegal immigration and spending money like a drunken sailor was too much for the Republican party's base. Because it was obviously not the scandals that plagued some of the GOP. Because God knows how Americans overlook scandals. For example, New Yorkers reelected crooked Alan Hevesi as State Comptroller.

Is it scary that a $25 million dollar reward has been offered for UBL and there hasn't even been a sniff of him? Should we not be worried that in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks that the most popular name mothers gave to their newborn in the Middle East was Osama?

Believe it or not UBL actually took heat throughout the Muslim world because some thought the 9/11 attacks to be "premature." According to Muslim law, UBL needed approval for such a large scale attack as the one committed against New York and Washington. He got that approval from blind sheik Omar Abdul-Rahman, who now sits in jail for his role in the plot to blow up New York City landmarks. But the attacks were considered premature because it then brought attention to the problem of Muslim extremism, that if Bin Laden had waited something much larger could have been done.

Here is where the scary stuff comes in, Osama bin Laden now has religious approval to use a nuclear device against Americans, says the former head of the CIA unit charged with tracking down the Saudi terrorist, Michael Scheuer.

Let's throw this into the ring as well, a story which was reported on CNN but got little pub elsewhere:

A Pakistani journalist says that his sources in al Qaeda and the Taliban are claiming that nuclear material has already been smuggled across the Mexican border into the U.S. and that an operation bigger than 9/11 will be carried out.

Hamid Mir, who is the only journalist ever to interview both Osama bin Laden and Ayman al Zawahiri, claims that he learned this information on a recent trip to Afghanistan in September.

A man called Adnan Al-Shukri Jumaa (Juma, Jumah) is presently in the U.S. and has been assigned the task of detonating the nuclear material. The report does not say whether an actual nuclear bomb was smuggled in or only material to be used for a 'dirty bomb'.

This was supposed to have happened during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan which ended last month. I believe now that the U.S. is going to be so divided and so bogged down at home, we are a ripe target. I also believe that this is why UBL has not sent one of those tapes to be aired on television in quite a while. He did not want to help the Republicans in any way, as he clearly did in the 2004 Presidential election.

Iraq is a struggle, no question about that. But it is the central front in the War On Terror. If we pull out in Iraq, which I have no doubt that the Democrats will do such a thing, we are really in big trouble.

Bin Laden has become "been forgotten" it seems. The threat against the homeland seems like an ancient memory. But the jihadists have exhibited patience in the past and they always come back. Again, I strongly urge each and every one of you to prepare for the worst. I don't like to be an alarmist, but don't call me when the bombs go off.

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