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I admit it: guilty as charged.  I am incensed to learn that yet ANOTHER terrorist, known to the *authorities* BEFORE he got on that plane to Detroit from Amsterdam, was given a pass and allowed to board a plane on Christmas Day.  Only his supreme incompetence and the supreme watchfulness and responsiveness of the passengers prevented 300 people from being killed on the holiest day of the Christian year.  A People that stands down for Muslim holidays even in combat zones, we are, once again, on the receiving end of Jihad With Impunity,this time on OUR day of observance.

A repost today from the N.Y. Post’s Ralph Peters, who says it all and very well.  This is the umpteenth time our government has been warned in advance about impending terrorist attacks and their perpetrators and yet, AGAIN, we find yet ANOTHER violent, dumbheaded, incompetent but not less dangerous jihadist running around unimpeded on our planes.  His OWN FATHER warned our diplomats about him long ago and yet–SoetorObama plays, mindlessly as ever, in Hawaii, and SOMEONE gave this nutty boy a pass to get on an American plane bound for Detroit on Christmas Day.

And, is there ANYONE left in the ENTIRE WORLD who is stupid enough to believe that this incident, like all the rest, was not preventable with the advance tipoffs that were given??

I think not.  And neither does Ralph Peters.  A great big thanks and H/T to you, Ralph, and your paper, the N.Y. Post.

Blindness to Islam ties helps terrorists. [Again].  Our government gets no thanks for preventing a tragedy. Only the bomber’s ineptitude preserved the lives of nearly 300 innocents.

How did we help Umar Abdulmutallab, a wealthy Muslim university graduate who decided that Allah wanted him to slaughter Christians on their most joyous holiday?

By continuing to lie to ourselves. Although willing — at last — to briefly use the word “terror,” yesterday President Obama still refused to make a connection between the action, the date and Islam.

AP: [photo omitted; this blog will not give free publicity to terrorists].
Abdulmuttalab chose Christmas for a reason.

Was it just a ticketing accident that led to a bombing attempt on Christmas? Was it all about blackout dates and frequent-flyer miles?

It wasn’t. You know it. And I know it. But our government refuses to know it. Despite vast databases crammed with evidence, our leaders — of both parties — still refuse to connect Islamist terrorism with Islam.

Our insistence that “Islam’s a religion of peace” would have been cold comfort to the family members of those passengers had the bomb detonated as planned.

Abdulmutallab’s own father warned our diplomats that his son had been infected by Islamist extremism. Our diplomats did nothing. Why? Because (despite a series of embassy bombings) the State Department dreads linking terrorism to Islam.

Contrast our political correctness with Abdulmutallab’s choice of Christmas for his intended massacre. Our troops stand down on Muslim holidays. A captive terrorist merely has to claim that a soldier dog-eared a Koran, and it’s courts-martial all around.

We proclaim that the terrorists “don’t represent Islam.” OK, whom do they represent? The Franciscans? We don’t get to decide what’s Islam and what isn’t. Muslims do. And far too many of them approve of violent jihad.

It gets worse. Instead of focusing on the religious zeal and inspiration of our enemies and how such motivations change the game, our “terrorism experts” agonize over whether such beasts as Abdulmutallab or Maj. Hasan, the Fort Hood assassin for Allah, are really members of al Qaeda or not.

As a Sunday Post editorial pointed out, al Qaeda’s far more than a formal organization; it’s an idea, a cause. If a terrorist says he’s al Qaeda, he is, even if he doesn’t have a union card from Jihadi Local 632.

We’re dealing with a global Muslim movement, not a Masons’ lodge.

And that “global” aspect is especially worrying. Despite limited Special Operations strikes beyond our recognized combat zones, we still don’t accept the nature of the threat from jet-set jihadis. Our leaders and our military are obsessed with holding ground in Afghanistan — even though al Qaeda’s growth areas are in Yemen and Africa.

We voluntarily tie ourselves down, while our enemies focus on mobility. Worse, we’ve convinced ourselves that development aid (the left’s all-purpose medicine) is the key to defeating al Qaeda.

That’s utter nonsense. Abdulmutallab’s a rich kid. He didn’t come from a deprived background, bearing the grievances of the slum. He’s a graduate of a top English university. And Osama bin Laden‘s from a super-rich family. How does building a footbridge in Afghanistan deter them?

Most of our home-grown Islamist terrorists hail from middle-class families — such monsters as Maj. Hasan or the Virginia virgin-chasers under arrest in Pakistan (where jail conditions are a lot worse than at Guantanamo — can’t we just leave ’em there?).

This isn’t a revolt of the wretched of the earth. These terrorists are the Muslim-fanatic versions of Bill Ayers and the Weathermen, pampered kids unhappy with the world. Al Qaeda’s big guns are re- belling against privilege. There’s a lot of Freud in this fundamentalism.

Spoiled brats remade their god in their own vengeful image. And we have to kill them. This one really is a zero-sum game.

We’re not just fighting men but a plague of faith. Until Washington accepts that, we’ll continue to reap a low return on our investments of blood and treasure.

On Christmas Day, a Muslim fanatic attempted to butcher hundreds of Christians (dead Jews would’ve been a bonus). Our response? Have airport security analyze the contents of grandma’s mini-bottle of shampoo — we don’t want to “discriminate.”

With our lies, self-deception and self-flagellation, we’re terror’s little helpers.

Ralph Peters’ latest book is “The War After Armageddon.”

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As with the 911 bunch, the Army’s Hasan of the Ft. Hood terrorist attack and so many others, this was NO surprise to many.  The real question is, WHO was told to stand down, and by WHOM.  We had better start finding the answers to these and other vital security questions very soon if we want our Republic to survive.
And, finally, an open letter to Mr. SoetorObama from Max D on Communists4Obama

Response To Obama: “Islam Has Always Been A Part Of America’s Story”

Dear Mr. Obama:
Were those Muslims that were in  America  when the Pilgrims first landed?
Funny, I thought they were Native Americans.
Were those Muslims that celebrated the first Thanksgiving day? Sorry again, those were Pilgrims and Native Americans.
Can you show me one Muslim signature on the  United States  Constitution? Declaration of  Independence ? Bill of Rights? Didn’t think so.  Did Muslims fight for this country’s freedom from  England ? No.
Did Muslims fight during the Civil War to free the slaves in  America ? No, they did not. In fact, Muslims to this day are still the largest traffickers in human slavery. Your own ‘half brother’ a devout Muslim still advocates slavery himself, even though muslims of Arabic descent refer to black muslims as “pug nosed slaves.” Says a lot of what the Muslim world really thinks of your family’s “rich Islamic heritage” doesn’t it Mr.Obama?
Where were Muslims during the Civil Rights era of this country? Not present. There are no pictures or media accounts of Muslims walking side by side with Martin Luther King Jr.. or helping to advance the cause of Civil Rights.
Where were Muslims during this country’s Woman’s Suffrage era? Again, not present. In fact, devout Muslims demand that women are subservient to men in the Islamic culture. So much so that often they are beaten for not wearing the ‘hajib’ or for talking to a man that is not a direct family member or their husband. Yep, the Muslims are all for women’s rights aren’t they?
Where were Muslims during World War II? They were aligned with Adolf Hitler. The Muslim grand mufti himself met with Adolf Hitler, reviewed the troops and accepted support from the Nazi’s in killing Jews.
Finally Mr. Obama, where were Muslims on Sept. 11th, 2001? If they weren’t flying planes into the World   Trade Center , the Pentagon or a field in  Penn- sylvania  killing nearly 3,000 people on our own soil, they were rejoicing in the middle east.
No one can dispute the pictures shown from all parts of the Muslim world celebrating on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC and other news networks that day. Strangely, the very “moderate” Muslims who’s asses you bent over backwards to kiss in Cairo , Egypt on June 4th were stone cold silent post 9-11. To many Americans, their silence has meant approval for the acts of that day.
And THAT, Mr. Obama, is the “rich heritage” Muslims have here in  America .

And now we can add Fort Hood , November 5, 2009 and Christmas 2009 Amsterdam-Detroit flight.

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And, although this is long, I cannot close this post without the highly relevant input from December 28, 2009 JihadWatch:

Two Al-Qaeda top dogs behind Flight 253 jihad plot were released from Gitmo

Gitmo recidivism comes back to bite us directly. “Two al Qaeda Leaders Behind Northwest Flight 253 Terror Plot Were Released by U.S.: Former Guantanamo Prisoners Believed Behind Northwest Airlines Bomb Plot; Sent to Saudi Arabia in 2007,” by Brian Ross, Anna Schecter and Joseph Rhee for ABC News, December 28 (thanks to Awake):
Two of the four leaders allegedly behind the al Qaeda plot to blow up a Northwest Airlines passenger jet over Detroit were released by the U.S. from the Guantanamo prison in November, 2007, according to American officials and Department of Defense documents. Al Qaeda claimed responsibility for the Northwest bombing in a Monday statement that vowed more attacks on Americans. American officials agreed to send the two terrorists from Guantanamo to Saudi Arabia where they entered into an “art therapy rehabilitation program” and were set free, according to U.S. and Saudi officials.
An “art therapy rehabilitation program.” Yes, you read that right.
Guantanamo prisoner #333, Muhamad Attik al-Harbi, and prisoner #372, Said Ali Shari, were sent to Saudi Arabia on Nov. 9, 2007, according to the Defense Department log of detainees who were released from American custody. Al-Harbi has since changed his name to Muhamad al-Awfi. Both Saudi nationals have since emerged in leadership roles in Yemen, according to U.S. officials and the men’s own statements on al Qaeda propaganda tapes.Both of the former Guantanamo detainees are described as military commanders and appear on a January, 2009 video along with the man described as the top leader of al Qaeda in Yemen, Abu Basir Naser al-Wahishi, formerly Osama bin Laden’s personal secretary.

In its Monday statement claiming responsibility for the Northwest bombing, Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula called bombing suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab a “hero” and a “martyr” and lauded him for beating U.S. intelligence.

The two-page written claim included a photo of Abdulmutallab and boasted of Al Qaeda’s success in designing “advanced explosive packages” that can pass through airport screening undetected.

The statement also asks for attacks upon Americans in the Arabian peninsula, and promises further attacks on the American people.

The suspected bomber, 23-year-old Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, told FBI agents he was trained for his Christmas Day mission in Yemen by top leaders of al Qaeda who provided him with the explosive materials.

“The so-called rehabilitation programs are a joke,” a U.S. diplomat said in describing the Saudi efforts with released Guantanamo detainees.

Saudi officials concede its program has had its “failures” but insist that, overall, the effort has helped return potential terrorists to a meaningful life….

…i.e., jihad…

HOW  long?  HOW LONG, people? HOW long must we allow the current regime to give Jihadists a pass on planes, on our own soil, to operate with impunity as they kill Americans with apparent full knowledge and complicity of the despots and their media propaganda ministry??  How many more times must this go on before we are all mere dust beneath Jihadists’ feet?
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pvtmichaelpearsonfthood I dedicate this post to Pvt. Michael Pearson and his family.  Although we had other tasks to complete, my dear friend and fellow Patriot Mary and I drove to Joliet, IL today to pay our respects to Pvt. Pearson and offer our condolences.  Nothing is more important than honoring our Military and their families.   There are simply no words to adequately describe the experience of paying respects to a soldier killed in a domestic terrorist attack that that COULD HAVE BEEN prevented;  there are no words adequate to express the grief, rage and condolence to a family.  Yet we felt we owed it to Pvt. Pearson, his family and to our nation to go and express our support.  For this did not just happen to Pvt. Pearson and his family and friends.  Although they are the ones for whom life is forever changed, for they will never have him amongst them again on this earth, we, too,  are all victims of this tragedy, and it affects all of us.  We are a nation unprotected; our military at Ft. Hood is not allowed to carry firearms on their own base.  Civilian responders were the only protection against a Jihadist sleeper who killed 13 people, yelling “allah akbar” all the time he was shooting.

WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO AWAKEN THE REST OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE? 

As Mary and I drove through rush hour traffic jams and government funded road construction and got lost in endless dark cornfields on our way to a political meeting, our thoughts remained with the Pearson family, the other Ft. Hood victims and indeed, all Americans, for in grief and outrage, there is action waiting to be born, carried on compassion and love of Country.  We shall prevail.

In Memory:

Lt. Col. Juanita L. Warman

Maj. Libardo E. Caraveo

Capt. John P. Gaffaney

Capt. Russell G. Seager

Staff Sgt. Justin M. DeCrow

Sgt. Amy S. Krueger

Spc. Jason D. Hunt

Spc. Frederick Z. Greene

Pfc. Aaron T. Nemelka

Spc. Kham S. Xiong

Pvt. Francheska Velez

Michael G. Cahill

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GlennBeckNovember 11, 2009
On Today’s Program
Glenn is back!
 
Glenn returned to the airwaves today with plenty to say, starting with the bizarre reaction speech President Obama gave after the troop shooting. Inexplicably, Obama gave shout outs and promoted redistribution of wealth policies for nearly 2 minutes before addressing the tragedy at Ft. Hood. This didn’t sit well with Glenn, check out his reaction here. ( Transcript)
 
Who’s the extremist?

As Glenn recovered from surgery, he noticed another disturbing trend in the aftermath of the Ft. Hood shooting – no one seems willing to label this guy an extremist. Obama, Pelosi and Reid don’t hesitate to call tea party goers extremists yet they put the brakes on calling the guy who killed 13 people and wounded 30 an ‘extremist?’ Glenn reacts. ( Transcript, Insider Audio)

Watch tonight on FOX at 5 EST!

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I offer a purported first hand account of the Ft. Hood Massacre.  Do with it what you will.  I have not personally verified it with the writer but I have no reason to disbelieve the account.

Fort Hood Shooting Account from a JAG officer onsite

Subject: What Really happened Since I don’t know when I’ll sleep (it’s 4 am now) I’ll write what happened (the abbreviated version…..the long one is already part of the investigation with more to come).  I’ll not write about any part of the investigation that I’ve learned about since (as a witness I know more than I should since inevitably my JAG brothers and sisters are deeply involved in the investigation).  Don’t assume that most of the current media accounts are very accurate.  They’re not.  They’ll improve with time.  Only those of us who were there really know what went down.  But as they collate our statements they’ll get it right.

I did my SRP last week (Soldier Readiness Processing) but you’re supposed to come back a week later to have them look at the smallpox vaccination site (it’s this big itchy growth on your shoulder).  I am probably alive because I pulled a ———- and entered the wrong building first (the main SRP building).  The Medical SRP building is off to the side.  Realizing my mistake I left the main building and walked down the sidewalk to the medical SRP building.
As I’m walking up to it the gunshots start.  Slow and methodical.
But continuous.  Two ambulatory wounded came out.  Then two soldiers dragging a third who was covered in blood.  Hearing the shots but not seeing the shooter, along with a couple other soldiers I stood in the street and yelled at everyone who came running that it was clear but to “RUN!”.  I kept motioning people fast.  about 6-10 minutes later (the shooting continuous), two cops ran up.  one male, one female.  we pointed in the direction of the shots.  they headed that way (the medical SRP building was about 50 meters away).  then a lot more gunfire.  a couple minutes later a balding man in ACU’s came around the building carrying a pistol and holding it tactically.  He started shooting at us and we all dived back to the cars behind us.  I don’t think he hit the couple other guys who were there.  I did see the bullet holes later in the cars.  First I went behind a tire and then looked under the body of the car.  I’ve been trained how to respond to gunfire…but with my own weapon.  To have no weapon I don’t know how to explain what that felt like.  I hadn’t run away and stayed because I had thought about the consequences or anything like that.  I wasn’t thinking anything through.  Please understand, there was no intention.
I was just staying there because I didn’t think about running.  It never occurred to me that he might shoot me.  Until he started shooting in my direction and I realized I was unarmed.
Then the female cop comes around the corner.  He shoots her.
(according to the news accounts she got a round into him.  I believe it, I just didn’t see it.  he didn’t go down.) She goes down.  He starts reloading.  He’s fiddling with his mags.  Weirdly he hasn’t dropped the one that was in his weapon.  He’s holding the fresh one and the old one (you do that on the range when time is not of the essence but in combat you would just let the old mag go).  I see the male cop around the left corner of the building.  (I’m about 15-20 meters from the shooter.) I yell at the cop, “He’s reloading, he’s reloading.  Shoot him!  Shoot him!) You have to understand, everything was quiet at this point.  The cop appears to hear me and comes around the corner and shoots the shooter.
He goes down.  The cop kicks his weapon further away.  I sprint up to the downed female cop.  Another captain (I think he was with me behind the cars) comes up as well.  She’s bleeding profusely out of her thigh.  We take our belts off and tourniquet her just like we’ve been trained (I hope we did it right…we didn’t have any CLS (combat lifesaver) bags with their awesome tourniquets on us, so we worked with what we had).
Meanwhile, in the most bizarre moment of the day, a photographer was standing over us taking pictures.  I suppose I’ll be seeing those tomorrow.  Then a soldier came up and identified himself as a medic.
I then realized her weapon was lying there unsecured (and on “fire”).
I stood over it and when I saw a cop yelled for him to come over and secure her weapon (I would have done so but I was worried someone would mistake me for a bad guy).  I then went over to the shooter.  He was unconscious.  A Lt Colonel was there and had secured his primary weapon for the time being.  He also had a revolver.
I couldn’t believe he was one of ours.  I didn’t want to believe it.  Then I saw his name and rank and realized this wasn’t just some specialist with mental issues.  At this point there was a guy there from CID and I asked him if he knew he was the shooter and had him secured.  He said he did.  I then went over the slaughter house…the medical SRP building.  No human should ever have to see what that looked like, and I won’t tell you.  Just believe me.  Please, there was nothing to be done there.  Someone then said there was someone critically wounded around the corner.  I ran around (while seeing this floor to ceiling window that someone had jumped through movie style)
and saw a large African-American soldier lying on his back with two or three soldiers attending.  I ran up and identified two entrance wounds on the right side of his stomach, one exit wound on the left side and one head wound.  He was not bleeding externally from the stomach wounds (though almost certainly internally) but was bleeding from the head wound.
A soldier was using a shirt to try and stop the head bleeding.  He was conscious so I began talking to him to keep him so.  He was 42, from North Carolina, he was named something Jr., his son was named something III and he had a daughter as well.  His children lived with him.  He was divorced.  I told him the blubber on his stomach saved his life.  He smiled.  A young soldier in civvies showed up and identified himself as a combat medic.  We debated whether to put him on the back of a pickup truck.  A doctor (well, an audiologist) showed up and said you can’t move him, he has a head wound.  We finally sat tight.  I went back to the slaughterhouse.  They weren’t letting anyone in there not even medics.
Finally, after about 45 minutes had elapsed some cops showed up in tactical vests.  Someone said the TBI building was unsecured.  They headed into there.  All of a sudden a couple more shots were fired.
People shouted there was a second shooter.  A half hour later the SWAT showed up.  There was no second shooter, that had been an impetuous cop apparently.  But that confused things for a while.  Meanwhile, I went back to the shooter.  The female cop had been taken away,and a medic was pumping plasma into the shooter.  I’m not proud of this but I went up to her and said “this is the shooter, is there anyone else who needs attention…do them first”.  She indicated everyone else living was attended to.  I still hadn’t seen any EMTs or ambulances.
I had so much blood on me that people kept asking me if I was ok.  But that was all other people’s blood.  Eventually, (an hour and a half to two hours after the shootings) they started landing choppers.  They took out the big African American guy and the shooter.  I guess the ambulatory wounded were all at the SRP building.  Everyone else in my area was dead.

I suppose the emergency responders were told there were multiple shooters.  I heard that was the delay with the choppers (they were all civilian helicopters).  They needed a secure LZ, but other than the initial cops who did everything right, I didnt’ see a lot of them for a while.  I did see many a soldier rush out to help their fellows/sisters.  There was one female soldier, I dont’ know her name or rank but I would recognize her anywhere who was everywhere helping people.  A couple people, mainly civilians, were hysterical, but only a couple.  One civilian freaked out when I tried to comfort her when she saw my uniform.  I guess she had seen the shooter up close.  A lot of soldiers were rushing out to help even when we thought there was another gunman out there.  This Army is not broken no matter what the pundits say.  Not the Army I saw.

and then they kept me for a long time to come.  oh, and perhaps the most surreal thing, at 1500 (the end of the workday on Thursdays) when the bugle sounded we all came to attention and saluted the flag.  in the middle of it all.  this is what I saw.  it can’t have been real.  but this is my small corner of what happened.

R.I.P., Ft. Hood martyrs.  May you not have died in vain.

–Maj. Libardo Caraveo, 52, of Woodbridge, Va. 467th Medical Detachment, Madison, Wis.

–Capt. John P. Gaffaney, 54, of San Diego. 908th Medical Company, Independence, Mo.

— Capt. Russell Seager, 41, of Racine, Wis. 467th Medical Company, Madison, Wis.

— Staff Sgt. Justin Decrow, 32, of Plymouth, Ind. 16th Signal Company at Fort Hood.

— Sgt. Amy Krueger, 29, of Kiel, Wis. 467th Medical Company, Madison, Wis.

— Spc. Jason Hunt, 22, of Tillman, Okla. 1st Brigade at Fort Hood.

— Spc. Frederick Greene, 29, of Mountain City, Tenn.  16th Signal Company at Fort Hood.

— Pfc. Aaron Nemelka, 19, of West Jordan, Utah. 510th Engineer Company, 20th Engineer Battalion, at Fort Hood.

— Pfc. Michael Pearson, 22, of Bolinbrook, Ill. 510th Engineer Company, 20th Engineer Battalion, at Fort Hood.

— Spc. Kham Xiong, 23, of St. Paul, Minn. 510th Engineer Company, 20th Engineer Battalion, at Fort Hood.

— Pvt. Francheska Velez, 21, of Chicago. 15th Combat Support Battalion at Fort Hood.

— Michael Cahill of Cameron, Texas, a Fort Hood civilian employee.

Postscript:

I refer you to Hillbuzz, one of the finer blogs out there, in the hope that we can all follow the power of example they set in their ability to think clearly, re examine views and give credit where it is due, irrespective of party or personality. I urge all to pay them a visit and thank them for exhibiting such a fine power of example as Americans first and partisans last. http://hillbuzz.org/2009/11/10/thank-you-former-president-george-w-bush-and-former-first-lady-laura-bush/#comment-79911

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Silhouettesoldiers-viVETERANS DAY 2009: always a solemn day, it is made all the more so by the horror wrought upon Ft. Hood at the hands of Mr. Hasan, who singlehandedly committed  the most heinous terrorist act in the history of our military last Thursday.  Not to be outdone, Homeland Security Secretary Janet “Veterans-Are-All-Domestic-Terrorist-Act-Suspects” Napolitano’s VERY FIRST PRIORITY was to insure that U.S. Authorities were taking steps to quell anti-Islam sentiments and prevent a backlash against the Muslim community.

Mr. SoetorObama followed the act by hauling himself to Ft. Hood for yet another photo op, where he read another teleprompter speech filled with unemotional platitudes and meaningless words.

As a result of these events, I found it difficult to do Constitutional Radio last night.  I found myself stuttering, stumbling and at a loss for words–something that rarely happens to a chatterbox like me.  Try as I might, I could not find the appropriate words to adequately desribe these heinous events, or the extent of my feelings of grief and outrage about them.  I did the unthinkable, for me: I inserted three musical breaks.  My producer, Janet, messaged me: “You NEVER take breaks! Are you OK?”  I wasn’t OK.  I was, and still am, seething, shaken and frightened, heartbroken and almost clueless as to what to do about it all, for each day it appears clear that  even after nearly two years of 24/7 activism, we have come a long way, but not nearly far enough toward taking our country back.

To try to find something good from the Ft. Hood Massacre is harder than finding the atoms in the haystack needle; however, it is times like these that force us to look at a bigger picture, if for nothing else but to temper the pain and rage we feel, and so I offer this:  The jig is up.  60% of Americans believe without question that the events at Ft. Hood were a terrorist act; among those who have been following the November 5th events closely the figure is closer to 80%.  If nothing else, Americans have been kicked,and kicked into action for what we hope is the last time.  All of the authorities–several of whom have appeared as guests on my shows–have been warning us that indeed, our military, law enforcement and all three branches of our government are now infiltrated by Jihadist, Islamic fundamentalists, and until now, all have been ignored.  It is FACT that Mr. Hasan was in touch with radical Islamists; his Imam had counseled three of the 911 perpetrators; he had voiced radical views many times in front of many witnesses, claiming that infidels should be beheaded and burned.  And yet–no one did anything, and the Pentagon decided that he was not a danger to anyone. 

Every single person who gave this man a pass has blood on their hands at Ft. Hood and they ALL  need to be held accountable.  Every single man locked up in Ft. Leavenworth for doing their sworn duty in a battle zone should be given a medal and exonerated, while those who allowed the Hasan Massacre should be incarcerated for many years to come.

Please, please, in the name of all that is holy, DO NOT LET THOSE WHO DIED AND THOSE WHO SUFFER AT FT. HOOD DO SO IN VAIN. Be vigilant; be aware; do NOT allow fear of retribution from word police, politically correct fascists or any  other  entity prevent you from rising up against the scourge of Jihadists right here in our America.  Put pressure on ANY AND ALL GOVERNMENT ENTITIES AND OFFICIALS WHO REFUSE TO HONOR OUR COUNTRY AND ITS CONSTITUTION in favor of appeasing those whose sole mantra is to kill anyone who disagrees with them.

For starters: Janet Napolitano and General Casey both must go.  MoveAmericaForward.org has called for her termination.  Join with them to voice your outrage at a government official whose sole priority is to appease the Muslim community at the expense of our own troops.  And don’t stop there. Keep going until Americans are safe on their own soil, and Americans who question those who violate the Constitution are safe from retribution.

So there you have it.  I head to Chicago tomorrow to join other Patriots in their endeavors at the 2009 Continental Congress; to report to whoever will listen that our Constitution is alive and well, and demands to be heard; and to meet with others of like mind who have seen the dangers they feared come to pass.

Not a happy Veterans Day, this, but as they say–it is what it is.  We now must move forward.

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flaghalfmast POLITICAL CORRECTNESS. In recent years, our desire to be sensitive to others has led to an almost fascist state comprised of Word Police and even laws, and we have arrived at such an extreme that people who hear Maj. Hasan, or anyone else for that matter,  doing disturbing rants is reluctant to report them.  He is said to have stated that “non-believers should  be beheaded and have boiling oil poured down their throats.”  According to Nick Allen of http://www.actforamerica.org/ he also stated that

non-Muslims were infidels who should be “set on fire.”    Colleagues had expected a discussion on a medical issue but were instead given an extremist interpretation of the Koran, which Hasan appeared to believe.  It was the latest in a series of “red flags” about his state of mind that have emerged since the massacre at Fort Hood, America’s largest military installation, on Thursday.

Now, if THAT isn’t enough to put people on at least a mild alert, what IS?!

And now, 12 American soldiers are dead and 31 wounded.  As a result of the Army’s reluctance to investigate someone who exhibits unbalanced behavior–especially if they happen to be a Muslim–12 families and countless friends will never see their loved one again and what’s more, they were put in harm’s way right here on American soil, far from any combat zone…ynless, of course, one now counts America as a combat zone per Jihad activities here in the last several years.  David and Chris Gaubatz are among those on the forefront of Jihadist activity exposure and recently wrote a book called “Muslim Mafia,” and Jack Wheeler, Stephen Pidgeon, Pamela Geller and Gary Franchi, all guests on The Dame Truth, concur.

And so the question remains: How is it that people can exhibit threatening words and actions without being investigated, terminated or otherwise prevented from killing innocent Americans, if they themselves are Muslim?  Are we so racist that we as a nation are afraid of being *labeled* racist, and thus willing to put Americans at risk, just to avoid being called The R Word?

There is little to say here, other than to reiterate that this is just one of many tragic, and probably preventable disasters had people been willing to stand up for their beliefs and report suspicious behavior, regardless of from whence it comes.  MAJOR Hasan had recently been promoted to that rank; he was also involved in SoetorObama’s transition team, worshipped at a mosque attended by 912 hijackers and voiced Islamic extremist views.

If not now, when?  How long will it take for America and her people to stand up to intimidation from those who would destroy her?

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