Friday, September 12, 2014

Obama Delivers 9/11 Address: Continued Denial

John Kerry wanted the American people to vote for him to be their president. Today, as Secretary of State, he shows what kind of president he would have been … certainly not better than the person in the White House today. John Kerry started his socialist career early, helping the progressive Democrats in his 'testimony' before Congress, committing perjury - all under the guiding arms of Senator Edward 'Ted' Kennedy. Today his credibility and worth is no different than in the 1970s.

On the anniversary of the Islamic Jihad attack on the United States, September 11th, Kerry made a statement countering the statements of being at war with ISIS; instead giving it the descriptive narrative that President Clinton had: we are engaged in a “major counterterrorism operation”.
Dropping bombs and troops in combat operations is not a war, like Islamic Jihadists, commonly referred to terrorists, is a matter for civic law instead of the rules of war. I guess John Kerry did not think that the Vietnam War was a war either.
While the reality of the war against Islamic Jihadists, having different names for their groups, but all with the same goal, is overlooked, the media and those operating our government seem to have a problem calling shots for what they are. In the meantime, Christians are viewed in a different light, a threat, and persecuted here in the United States, where Congress, Supreme Court, the media and the universities pick and choose who has First Amendment rights. For example:
Football players at Arkansas State University were ordered to either remove a Christian cross decal from their helmets or modify it into a mathematical sign because an attorney complained that the image violated the U.S. Constitution.
Of course, this is child's play compared to what Christians are experiencing in Islamic majority nations.
When a journalist is beheaded, the mainstream media grabs that story full force, but Christians are being raped, tortured, sold in slavery, beheaded or killed in several ways – hardly a peep.
Time and again, an Imam or an Islamic Jihad spokesman will cry for war publicly, repeated in certain media circles – but our leadership refuses to define it as a war. They have infiltrated our government infrastructure, contributed funds to elections (Democratic Party), used the Internet to spread their doctrine of prejudice, hate, and violence. They have organized into religious militant groups using our non-profit system as a front to spring board their religion of hatred from the medieval-minded nations they were spawned – with the blessings of American political leadership and organizations. The Democratic Party sticks to its delusional ideology that peace must be attained at any cost, except dealing with it in realistic terms: fighting a war to win. When the desire of peace is only one-sided, what choice is given?
Bullies come in different packages and levels, from the ones found in school yards to ones that become despots over national people; and still others who envision their power over other nations. Bullies are not appeased when you give them their demands, nor do they respect appeasement. Bullies do understand that determination to stop them and a few blows to their head, administering their own violence upon them.
Our president wants Americans to think “clearly” like he does, and did in his address to the nation yesterday …
Now let's make two things clear: ISIL is not Islamic. No religion condones the killing of innocents, and the vast majority of ISIL's victims have been Muslim. And ISIL is certainly not a state.
Besides misnaming the recent threat as “ISIL” instead of “ISIS” is a key indication of a red flag in another of many lies this president has told the American people – and our allies.
What the president should have said is that 'no other religion condones the killing of innocents' – Islam has been unique at in modern history. 

I did not reach back far into history discussing the Crusades because during that medieval era, the Christian Church was torturing and murdering 'heretics' and witches and other crimes against humanity - no more ruthless than the invading armies of Islam as far west as Spain and eastern Europe. 
Vice President Biden in keeping step with the president, also delivered an address a week ago, in his moronic style, pretending to be 'tough' - pretending to be in resolve as he has a record of keeping our borders unsecured ....
The Islamic army, in perfect unison with its policies in medieval times, has declared war on non-Islamic nations, especially the Jews. The army of the Islamic Jihad is, in its swath of murder and mayhem, proceeding toward building an Islamic State like that of medieval caliphate – the entire Arabic-Middle East region. The ISIS wants the return of the caliphate that followed the rule of the Prophet Muhammad, putting social order in reverse, instead of a democratic, free-state model. Simultaneously they intend to wipe out Israel, removing Jews from their homeland only regained after many centuries in the 20th century after the Holocaust.
The ISIS army is estimated to number 31,500, according to the CIA. 
It is true that this type of warfare, where the enemy has no specific state, is fairly new to the elected officials in Washington, DC; but the US military has trained and knows how to fight a war that is unconventional. Indeed, in World War II, the United States fought against a theocratic fundamentalist state called Imperial Japan, which took the dropping of two atomic bombs before they conceded to stop fighting. The religious fanatics deemed it glorious with promise of a fabulous afterlife by giving their lives for the emperor, deemed a deity, making the 'kamikaze' attacks infamous.
As Jonah Goldberg wrote at Townhall
More relevant, it doesn't really matter if it's a state. Morally, this weed stinks just as much whether you call it a state or a soccer league that rapes, tortures and murders people on the side. And legally, statehood would only matter -- and not very much -- if the U.N. and other bodies agreed to recognize the fledgling caliphate's legitimacy. … As for it not being Islamic, that's at best unclear, if not just clearly wrong. And the fact that the majority of its victims are Muslim is irrelevant. Lenin and Stalin killed thousands of communists and socialists; that doesn't mean Lenin and Stalin weren't communists and socialists. If such terrorists who kill Muslims aren't Muslims, why do we give them Korans when we imprison them?
On September 20th, 2001, President GW Bush stated:
The terrorists practice a fringe form of Islamic extremism that has been rejected by Muslim scholars and the vast majority of Muslim clerics; a fringe movement that perverts the peaceful teachings of Islam.
But even he, apparently, did not read the passages in the Qur'an that told Muslims to smite unbelievers in several Sutras that there can be no question about doctrine. 'Smite' is also used in the Old Testament, the Hebrew Bible, against its enemies and testament that no mercy was shown to neighboring pagan tribes. Today, the tiny state of Israel has shown mercy, while receiving none and convinced to be tolerant while its enemies demonstrated intolerance. Israel is attacked by Islam in the form of Hamas from Palestine and ignore ceasefire treaties; but when Israel retaliates, then there is an outcry from members of the United Nations, an organization that intends to put itself in the position as world government. The UN was supposed to be a gathering of nations to promote peace and democracy, using Western civilization as examples, both good and bad. Instead, the UN legislative body has catered to totalitarianism by conceding to states that are communist and/or socialist and allowing member states that are run by despots. Bush, both father and son, pushed for such a 'New World Order' with GW Bush instituting with back-door planning of a North American Union, further endangering the sovereignty of the United States, coexisting with the policy of not enforcing immigration laws and not securing our southern border.
Mexico has never been a good ally or neighbor. In both World Wars, Mexico declared neutrality, while harboring axis spies; the same policies administered in the Central and South American nations. Indeed, most of the German war criminals were provided safe haven in Argentina and Brazil.
GW Bush and BH Obama have one thing in common when it comes to foreign policies: “Islam means peace”. Jonah Goldberg wrote:
In fact, maybe it's a mistake to concede the point up front? Instead of Americans trying to persuade Muslims of the world that terrorism is un-Islamic, why shouldn't Muslims be working harder to convince us? Think about it. Whenever a tiny minority of bad actors hurts the reputation of its ethnicity, faith or cause by doing terrible things in the name of its ethnicity, faith or cause, the responsible thing is for the moderate, decent majority to cry "not in our name!" or "they don't speak for us!" That is what morally decent Jews, Christians, atheists, whites, blacks, Italians, Irish, liberals, conservatives, libertarians, socialists, environmentalists and pretty much every other classification of people I can think of do whenever their cause is hijacked or their identity besmirched. Silence may not automatically imply consent, but it does invite suspicion of consent.
Our foreign policy has been bankrupt since the Reagan era ended. The trend toward socialism and discounting the US Constitution and its original republic ideals goes back further than that.
Consider what immigrants, many on ocean liners among the largest ever built, saw as they entered New York Harbor in 1914. Giant ships sailing past the Statue of Liberty toward the skyscrapers of lower Manhattan, the offices of John D. Rockefeller at 26 Broadway and J.P. Morgan at 23 Wall Street, and behind them the gleaming new 60-story Gothic Woolworth Building, the tallest building in the world when it was completed in 1913 and until the Chrysler Building rose in 1930. "Large" technology tended to encourage large bureaucracies and large government. "Small" technology enables individuals to make personal choices, fashion their world to their own dimensions, deploy their own talents and pursue their interests in ways of their own choosing. Standardization yields to customization. President Obama doesn't seem to get this. He sees history as a story of progress from minimal government to ever-larger government. He's only sorry that he hasn't taken us farther on that track.
Today we have a president that has less of a clue about the reality of world affairs than Jimmy Carter did. Erik Ericson, Townhall:
At the beginning of this year, President Obama referred to ISIS as junior varsity. Later in the year he declared them amateurs. Less than three weeks ago the president said he had no strategy to combat ISIS. Less than two weeks, President Obama referred to the non-ISIS rebels in Syria as farmers incapable of leading the resistance against ISIS. This past Wednesday night, President Obama's bold new strategy is to arm the very rebels he says are incapable of leading resistance to ISIS. … A day before President Obama spoke, the very leadership of the rebels to whom he wants to outsource our fight with ISIS saw their leadership annihilated. The president has no strategy. It is, to quote President Obama, "just words."
Our Homeland Security folks have repeatedly told Americans: “If you see something, say something”.
It has been 13 years since the 9/11 attacks and freedom is in more danger and whistleblowers and other vigilant folks whose salary is paid by taxpayers to do something are under constant verbal attack and even ushered out of the picture. True reporting, true journalism has died, which makes those that operate our government work more easily away from a constitutional republic into something that will be soon unrecognizable as the United States.
Michelle Malkin wrote an article describing as to what happens when people speak out on what they see …
Listen to Robert MacLean. He's a former Air Force nuclear weapons specialist and Border Patrol agent recruited by the government to serve as one of the first federal air marshals after 9/11. In 2003, MacLean underwent emergency training to prepare for a new round of al-Qaida hijacking threats. Jihadists exploiting visa and screening loopholes had planned to target East Coast airliners, according to intelligence analysts. For unknown reasons, however, the Transportation Security Administration abruptly called off air marshals from duty on nonstop, long-distance flights -- just two days before the anticipated hijacking. … A supervisor told MacLean the agency was broke and there was nothing he could do. Appalled at both the dangerous pullback and the reckless way in which the feds notified the air marshals, MacLean then contacted his department's inspector general hotline and was warned he would be "cutting (his) career short if (he) pursued the issue further." Instead, he went to the press and made his homeland security concerns public. In 2006, MacLean was fired. More than a decade later, the dedicated security expert has battled the feds who retaliated against him. He was forced into bankruptcy and shut out of law enforcement jobs. His legal case heads to the Supreme Court this fall. God bless him. Despite the consequences, MacLean would do it all again in a heartbeat.
This administration does not like whistleblowers because it has too much to hide, as evident in the myriad of scandals this president has as a legacy: Fast-N-Furious, IRS, NSA, Benghazi, Syria, and so on. Much of the too many bureaucratic agencies within the federal government under the supervision of the President of the United States is mismanaged, corrupt, and ignore their oaths to abide by the US Constitution. A clear and present danger exists (has existed) on our unsecured southern border while the executive branch, with the help of congressional members who should not have been elected or re-elected, believe that amnesty, continued belief that our immigration laws and securing our southern border is racist and unfeeling to the poor souls who cross illegally by the thousands in a week. Even if we corrected the problem this week, it would be a situation of closing the barn door after the horses have left. It is not too late, but it will take more effort and resources to correct the situation.
Malkin added:
Every 9/11, pundits talk about how "everything changed" after the attacks. But the homeland security bureaucracy is as petty, vindictive, wasteful and stupid as ever.
And that stupidity and bureaucracy reflects upon Americans who elect those morons who hire their minions who will not rock the boat that steers toward capsizing.
National leadership around the world has/is approached the Holy War of Jihad in a delusional manner, much like nations underestimated Adolph Hitler and Joseph Stalin in the 1930s.  We do not need anymore world wars, and number three is on the horizon if we do not recognize there are combatants who proclaim and intend to initiate/continue war in the name of a religion; for their ultimate goal is a world theocracy. Today, foreign affairs are more complex than ever before, with some elements being historically consistent.

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