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• Jul. 12, 2006 – Muslim Terrorist War on Infidels Continues. January 2010 No end in sight

Posted on: January 10, 2010

• Jul. 12, 2006 – Muslim Terrorist War on Infidels Continues

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Isn’t it ironic that the very same day I re-post an article about Muslim text books used in 25,000 schools around the world and containing inflammatory statements against Christians and Jews and all other religions that a Muslim terrorist bombing of trains in India should occur? A total of 8 bombs went off along one track in Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay) in a period of eleven minutes during the busy evening rush hour. It was a very well planned and organized attack on packed commuter trains and the death toll now stands at 200 with over 700 wounded. Mumbai is India’s largest financial center and the attack was meant to disrupt the country’s economy.

No group has yet taken credit for the attacks, but India  whose population is mainly Hindu feels the perpetrators were Kashmiri Muslim terrorists and is charging Muslim Pakistan with aiding and abetting these groups. Pakistan claims that they only lend them diplomatic and moral support.

The attacks caused countries all over the world to rush extra security to their train and subway centers. Grand Central Station has a huge ornate central lobby and then long not very well lit tunnels that lead to the subways. Security of this facility is almost impossible. But then that holds true for any area and this is the reason terrorism is so devastating. These thugs can go anywhere and bring in bombs and then be long gone before they go off. And a relatively small band of terrorist can hold a country with a large standing army at bay because they present no target. This will be the way of wars during this century and we had better somehow learn to fight these wars on the terrorist terms.

One way of placing us on a more even playing field  is to cut their financial pipelines, which made the New York Times divulging important information on this topic so ruinous in our government’s fight against them. The civil liberties uproar over tapping overseas telephone communication is another hindrance to security.

I too am concerned for and wish to defend my right to privacy. At the same time I know our weapons against these criminals are so limited, and if we are to protect ourselves we need to use underhanded secretive methods. It is a serious dilemma for Americans and the debate will continue I am sure. We will ultimately have to give up some of our liberties to allow the authorities more access to information that will allow them to thwart just such activities as this bombing of trains in India. The question is just how far will we be able to go and still remain a free people.   I personally have no real difficulties with tapping telephones. Nor do I particularly fear a take over of our government leading to a dictatorship. Our system of periodic elections precludes any group’s being in power long enough with sufficient numbers to accomplish a consolidation of power. Neither do I fear the government or anyone else learning too much about me. Probably because I know for a certainty that anyone can gain all the information they want on me any time they want. Give the average investigator a family’s trash can and he will be able to learn enough vital facts about the family to steal them blind. Thieves haven’t used this method extensively yet because apparently they don’t want to get their hands dirty. (One of my students remarked that it is only silly psychology students who can be induced to do things like this!)

As for Muslims terrorists, this is their method of warfare and it has only begun. Their ultimate aim is to destroy all members of all faiths other than their own because until this is done the Great Imam will not return to bring paradise to Earth.

I have written many posts on Muslims if you would want to go into my archives. A few I feel are especially of interest are:

May. 8, 2006: Never Again? A Must Read by Charles Krauthammer

Apr. 28, 2006: Muslims Demand Sweden Have Separate Laws for Muslims

Apr. 28, 2006: Muslims Demand Sweden Have Separate Laws for Muslims

Apr. 10, 2006: People of Middle East Turn Their Backs on Freedom
Feb. 24, 2006: That’s the Way Ta Go John Hammer !

Feb. 12, 2006: We Really Need to Know Who the Fundamentalist Muslims Are.
Feb. 11, 2006: Leader of Hizbullah Makes Clear the Muslim Demands of the West


6 Responses to "• Jul. 12, 2006 – Muslim Terrorist War on Infidels Continues. January 2010 No end in sight"

There is no moderate Islam.
There is no negotiation nor quid pro quo in dealing with fundamental Islamists; there is only submission or death.
There may be moderate Muslims, but Islam is a brutal and violent religion intent on either converting or killing Christians or anyone who opposes it.
Anyone who thinks otherwise is a fool and in danger of becoming a victim.

I have known this for a l;ong time and can not for the life of me understand when people accept those who say Islam is a religion of peace. It only takes a brief reading of the Koran to learn otherwise. I feel that people who follow this religion are sub human and I don’t care who or what they are. I have personally known some lovely Muslims as individuals and have even asked some of them how they could be part of a religion that calls for such brutality. The answers I am always given is that I am misunderstanding the Koran. I simply do not know how one can misunderstand “kill all infidels”. BB

The Human Rights Foundation condemns the unjustified war assault upon the poor, innocent and defenceless people in Afghanistan. This is an unjust war being waged by the strongest country in the world against the poorest country in the world. The US has contemptously rejected many appeals to prove their case against Osma Bin Laden in an independant international court. Surely the US has nothing to fear if its case is as watertight as it would lead us to believe? Or are the public concerns expressed by US officials about the “holes” in their evidence the main reason for the US to refuse this request. Is George Bush junior any different from his father who said “I will never apologise for the United States of America. I don’t care what the facts are” (George Bush (snr) ( “The Rogue State”, William Blum)

The entire basis for the war is unproven allegations which rightly should have been submitted to an impartial independent court such as the International Court of Justice ( ICJ). It is interesting that the US and Israel are the two countries which have been most reluctant to give their support to the establishment of the International Criminal Court which could also have had jurisdiction.

The U.S. attack is not war but a reckless, emotional act of revenge under the banner of fighting for freedom and human rights. “US Policy, under the banners of freedom and human rights, has led to barbarous criminal acts” Institute for Policy Studies, Washington.

It must be remembered that the attack on the Twin Towers was not perpetrated by the government of Afghanistan. The attack was by alleged individuals. War is a state of hostilities between two countries. Instead of attacking the perpetrators for an alleged “war” on the U.S. ( which the Twin Towers attack was not ) the U.S. has declared war on the government and people of Afghanistan.

Afghanistan is so hopelessly outmatched by the superior military capability of the US that it is effectively a mass murder and a slaughter of the innocents. George Bush has said that he wants Osma Bin Laden “Dead or Alive”as in the days of the Wild West.

The U.S. attack on Afghanistan is not even a terrorist attack – it is worse. “Terrorist attacks” by ‘freedom fighters’ are attacks by the weak designed to draw attention to a just cause and are usually resorted to by people who have exhausted all other means to draw attention to injustices and oppression. Our own history shows that the US and the apartheid regime in South Africa called the ANC a ‘terrorist organisation’ while we called them ‘freedom fighters’. The US has a perverted sense of values: It was the strongest ally of the former apartheid regime in SA and responsible for the arrest and imprisonment Nelson Mandela for 27 years as a result of the provision of intelligence by the CIA to the former apartheid government. The US voted against many resolutions at the United Nations which sought to impose sanctions against apartheid South Africa. This is the same US which claims to act in the interests of worldwide “freedom and democracy”

We must not lose sight of the important distinction between a “freedom fighter” and a “terrorist” or we will fall into the US propaganda trap of demonizing all people (as well as their “moral supporters” and the countries in which they live in and the religion they happen to follow) who have no other option but to use “terrorist activity” as a political weapon. The US has made it clear that it will not distinguish between the “terrorist” and the country that “harbours” a terrorist. What does this mean? It means that any country in which there are known “terrorists” (by the US definition of terrorist which conveniently excludes itself and its allies ) is a potential target for “anti-terrorist activity” The US conducts its own covert operations ( “US terrorist activity” ? ) by allocating a budget of $30 Billion for this purpose. We need to differentiate between “harbouring” a terrorist and the need to request proof of the guilt of a person before action is taken.

History will record the mass murder and terror in Afghanistan by the U.S. ( which CNN prefers to refer to as the “War on Terror” ) as a shameful event in the history of mankind. The due process of law has not been followed and the US has assigned to itself the role of judge, jury and executioner against an entire country. Once a court has found and convicted the true perpetrators of the attacks than the appropriate punishment should be meted out to the real perpetrators. Prior to this any act of aggression and death caused is illegal and is nothing less than the murder of innocent people.

The US is using sophisticated computer controlled gunships in an international posse of countries involved in a wild-west style manhunt to “smoke out” their prey, such passion unbecoming of a world leader purporting to believe in civilised values. What the US is doing in Afghanistan is a systematic campaign of terror on a far more concerted basis than what it accuses the terrorists of the September 11 attack. The difference is that they do not care if the accused is guilty; nor do they care how many innocent civilians they kill in achievieng their military, economic and strategic objectives in the region. An indication of the continuing callous attitude of the U.S. is the reponse of Colin Powel in respect of question posed to him on the number of Iraqi’s killed in the Gulf War when he said, “Its really not a number I’m terribly interested in” William Blum in “Rogue State” believes that if a list had to be compiled of Amercian leaders guilty of crimes against humanity, Colin Powel may be one of them. The deaths of civilians in this unjust war is referred to as ‘collateral damage” by the US.

According to UN reports the effect of the war has caused a humanitarian crisis potentially affecting between 4-7 million civilians who face not only starvation but the effects of exposure to icy cold weather without any form of heating and medical supplies. The US, in order to mute world condemnation and in an attempt to win over the suffering people resorts to the insulting use of scattering haphazardly food for 37 000 people when those starving are in excess of 4 million. Before the war, aid agencies at least ensured that all those who needed food received it. However the actions of the U.S. has disrupted supply of aid and misinformed the public of the true humanitarian impact of the war reflecting the dishonesty of the U.S. in claiming concern for the Afghanistan people.

The Mute Complicity of the Media

The atrocities committed by certain nations often receive only passing attention. The media attention to the Twin Towers attack was of course necessary. However what is to be condemned and exposed is the lack of any attention by the mainstream media to atrocities of a similar or far greater magnitute in the the past 10 – 20 years, significant of which is the horrendous bombing of Iraq which led to the death of over 1.5 million people over the next 10 years and to this day the strangulating economic sanctions imposed by the US and UN on Iraq are the cause of the painful and excruciating deaths of 5000 children every month. Do you know what the impact is on a mother to watch a child die a long excruciating painful death due to starvation?

Every month 5000 children die in this cruel, inhuman way and the world does not even take notice.

Are they any less worthy of our attention than the 5000 people who died on September the 11th?

Do you know the psychological impact of being in Afghanistan at present when every moment of the day is like playing a game of Russian Roulette? When you have no idea when the next bomb will ‘accidentally’ miss its target and destroy your home? When you have nowhere to run because the borders are sealed? Besides an entire city in Afghanistan has no electricity and water as a result of the destruction of its infrastructure. This alone will cause countless deaths over the coming weeks. The refugee crisis is mounting and there are several hundred thousand refugees who have nowhere to go since all borders have been sealed.

“We will never see the smoke, and the fire, we never smell the blood, we never see the terror in the eyes of children, whose nightmares will now feature screaming missiles from unseen terrorists, known only as Americans” Martin Kelly (see Rogue State)

“It is a scandal in contemporary international law, that while “wanton destruction of towns , cities and villages ” is a war crime of long standing , the bombing of cities from airplanes goes not only unpunished but virtually unaccused.

Air bombardment is state terrorism, the terrorism of the rich. It has burned up and blasted apart more innocents in the past six decades than have all the antistate terrorists who ever lived.

Something has benumbed our consciousness against this reality. In the United States we would not consider for the presidency a man who had once thrown a bomb into a crowded restaurant , but we are happy to elect a man who once dropped bombs from airplanes that destroyed not only restaurants but the buildings that surrounded them. I went to Iraq after the Gulf War and saw for myself what the bombs did ; “wanton destruction” is just the term for it.”

-C.Douglas Lummis, political scientist. ( as quoted in “Rogue State”, William Blum )


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akhter, I am leaving your arguments here to show my readers just how out of touch some people are with reality. We are at War with Islam because Islam is at war with us. The Taliban are islamic terrorist bent on killing all infidels. Osma Bin Laden has made the case against himself by taking credit for the twin towers and other terrorists acts. There is no need for the United States to convince a world court as you suggest. A world court by the way that is made up of primarily Muslim states or those in sympathy with Muslim states.

As far as our troops being in Afghanistan I quite agree we should not be in that unholy snake pit. The people are living in the fifth century with a fifth century mentality. They understand nothing by war as they have been fighting each other for eons. This is a war instigated by Obama for some unknown reason. President Bush went after bin laden but was slowly pulling out as he found the government to be corrupted beyond any hope and the people ignorant beyond any hope of bringing them into the 21st. century. So I agree we should pull our troops out and allow them to go back to the dark ages in which they have always existed. BB

Brenda, “akhter” is obviously in denial about the very basis of the religion in which he believes.
It is difficult, if not impossible, to show someone like akhter “the light” as it pertains to reality.
I’ll reiterate, Islam is a violent religion. There may be some moderate Muslims, but there is no moderate Islam.
The biggest problem with fighting in Afghanistan today is “Obama’s Rules.” The military is hogtied with silly and deadly restrictions on how, when, and where they can fight back. Terrorists are living right down the road with the knowledge of both the villagers and the military but Obama’s restrictions prevent the military from even knocking on the door and questioning them, even after they kill our soldiers virtually in the front yard. We can never win a war with the restrictions put on us by Obama. If Capt. Dick Winters, 2/505, 101st Airborne, had to fight WWII this way then “Band of Brothers” would never have been made because they’d have all been killed waiting for a lawyer’s approval before they fired back at the Germans.

Agreed jaycee. Obama’s war and Obama’s rules. Our troops are dying because of Obama. they are so demoralized. Now he is sending 30,000 troops from Fort Hood after the islamic terrorist attack that killed 13 people and wounded 30+.
but Obama refuses to this day to acknowledge it as a terrorist attack instigated by Islam. Suicide among American troops is at an all time high and it is directly related to our presidents attitude.

You know i have greatly and vehemently disliked people, but I have never hated anyone in my life. I hate the evil that is Obama. BB

Thank you for stopping by jaycee. I have readers from all over the world, but I value most the recognition and comments of those from the Triad. You are the ones who know me and my beliefs best. BB

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