What Do We Have To Talk About With The Taliban

June 20, 2013

US-Taliban meeting in Qatar canceled…

Taliban offer to free US soldier…

Karzai opted out of the meeting …

Here is how the Taliban treat women. Caution it is brutal…

Why would our president want to talk with these brutal, mongrels?

With Nidal Hasan Bomshell, Time For Obama to Quit The Charade

June 6, 2013

Of course normal people knoew it from the git-go. Yelling Allah Akbar while shooting our soldiers, was their clue.

With Nidal Hasan bombshell, time to call Fort Hood shooting a terror attack?

Maj. Nidal Hasan, the Army major facing court-martial for a mass shooting at Fort Hood in 2009, plans to argue that he acted in defense of the Taliban in Afghanistan. So much for the official US line that the shootings were an act of workplace violence, critics say.

So now he argues he is a terrorist? Or why the US Courts system is not for terrorists.

Who knew ….

Hasan’s legal argument, which is being considered by the judge, Col. Tara Osborn, may reignite the political furor over how the Obama administration has classified the shootings, as well as arguments about whether the mass shootings constituted the first major Islamic jihadist attack on the US after 9/11. As recently as May 23, President Obama said no “large-scale” terrorism attacks on the homeland have occurred on his watch.

Officials at the US Department of Defense have said there isn’t enough evidence to put Hasan on trial for an act of terrorism, and they have worried that such a claim could undermine the Army major’s right to a fair trial.

Terrorits do not get nor do they deserve a fair trial … A firing squad would suffice.

NAACP: It’s good IRS targeted tea partiers

May 15, 2013

The NAALCP weighs anchor on the Tea Party … Tell me what they are going to say?

Yes you get it … They should be targeted because they are a bunch of racists.

Julian Bond, chairman emeritus of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), said Tuesday that he supports the Internal Revenue Service’s political targeting of Tea Party groups because “they are the Taliban wing of American politics.”

And he doesn’t think the comparison is in any way unfair or over the top.

Why is he a member of the Party of the KKK ? weren’t they the original racists?

Biden: Taliban ‘Not Our Enemy’…

April 29, 2013

Another comedy moment for VP Biden.

Taliban declare ‘monumental’ spring offensive…

Vow suicide and ‘insider’ attacks…

Pentagon identifies four American victims in Afghan crash…

With Bags of Cash, CIA Seeks Influence…

FLASHBACK: Biden: Taliban ‘Not Our Enemy’…

Going to be a long hot summer, no matter how you call it. The Islamic jihadists in Afghanistan are on the move, not on the run. Bring our troops home now.

The Coming Long Hot Summer … Courtsey Islamic Terrorists

April 28, 2013

In January, President Obama approved peace negotiations between Afghan President Karzai and the Taliban.  Since their failed attempt, April has been deadliest month of the year in Afghanistan. Now the Taliban has launched their new spring offensive, “The Drawn Sword of Allah” that will begin on Sunday across the country.  In a press release the Taliban said they will target “America, NATO and their backers for the gratification of Allah Almighty, independence of Afghanistan and establishing in it an Islamic government while we humbly raise our hands towards Allah Almighty for its success and hope for a favorable and triumphant end.”

Washington Times reports:

The militant group’s leadership vowed that “every possible tactic will be utilized in order to detain or inflict heavy casualties on the foreign transgressors,” including suicide attacks on military bases and diplomatic areas. The leadership also threated more so-called insider attacks by members of the Afghan security forces against their colleagues or foreign troops.

Such attacks threaten the strength of the Afghan forces as they work to take over responsibility from international troops. The latest one occurred in March, when a member of Afghanistan’s government-backed militia program shot and killed five of his colleagues in Badghis province in northwest Afghanistan.

In a sign of Taliban’s determination to replace Afghanistan’s government with one promoting a stricter interpretation of Islamic law, they named their new offensive after a legendary Muslim military commander, Khalid ibn al-Walid. Also known as “the Drawn Sword of God,” he was a companion of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad.

Synergy with the Chechenian bomber terrorist?


SAS to use bigger bullets to kill enemy outright after claiming ‘shoot-to-wound’ policy put their lives at risk

March 21, 2013

According to the Daily Mail the British SAS are looking at switching from the 5.56x45mm NATO round to a 7.62mm round. They seem unimpressed that their US counterparts have access to 7.62mm FN SCAR-H rifles and they are stuck with the M4-like 5.56mm Colt Canada/Diemaco C8 Carbine. An “insider” said …

Last night, a regiment insider said: ‘The shoot-to-wound policy was based on the assumption that once he was wounded an enemy combatant would stop fighting, and so would his comrades to give him first aid.

‘But this backfired against the Taliban. The 5.56 mm rounds did not take a big enough chunk out of them, allowing fanatical insurgents to keep on fighting despite their wounds. As a result, more SAS soldiers were shot and badly wounded.

The rounds currently issued as standard to SAS troops for their rifles are 5.56 mm calibre. In future, the troopers will be given 7.62 mm rounds – which are almost twice as heavy and designed to kill with a single shot.

Last night, a regiment insider said: ‘The shoot-to-wound policy was based on the assumption that once he was wounded an enemy combatant would stop fighting, and so would his comrades to give him first aid.

Big bullets are better.

Biden to AIPAC: No, Really, Obama’s Not Bluffing On Iranian Nukes

March 5, 2013

If you want to know how seriously O takes war, today’s must-read is by Vali Nasr at Foreign Policy accusing the White House of serial mismanagement of Afghanistan in the name of political expediency. It’s long but devastating. Take advantage of the slow news day to read it in full. A choice bit:

[T]he president had a truly disturbing habit of funneling major foreign-policy decisions through a small cabal of relatively inexperienced White House advisors whose turf was strictly politics. Their primary concern was how any action in Afghanistan or the Middle East would play on the nightly news, or which talking point it would give the Republicans. The Obama administration’s reputation for competence on foreign policy has less to do with its accomplishments in Afghanistan or the Middle East than with how U.S. actions in that region have been reshaped to accommodate partisan political concerns…

The Obama administration’s approach to reconciliation … is not exactly what Holbrooke had in mind for a diplomatic end to the war. Holbrooke thought that the United States would enjoy its strongest leverage if it negotiated with the Taliban when the country had the maximum number of troops on the ground in Afghanistan. He had not favored the Afghanistan surge, but once the troops were there, he thought the president should use the show of force to get to a diplomatic solution.

But that did not happen. The president failed to launch diplomacy and then announced the troop withdrawal in a June 2011 speech, in effect snatching away the leverage that would be needed if diplomacy were to have a chance of success. “If you are leaving, why would the Taliban make a deal with you? How would you make the deal stick? The Taliban will talk to you, but just to get you out faster.” That comment we heard from an Arab diplomat was repeated across the region…

It was to court public opinion that Obama first embraced the war in Afghanistan. And when public opinion changed, he was quick to declare victory and call the troops back home. His actions from start to finish were guided by politics, and they played well at home. Abroad, however, the stories the United States tells to justify its on-again, off-again approach do not ring true to friend or foe. They know the truth: America is leaving Afghanistan to its own fate. America is leaving even as the demons of regional chaos that first beckoned it there are once again rising to threaten its security.

He ran in 2008 as the “smart power” candidate who’d recommit to the war in Afghanistan and make sure that it could never again be used as a safe haven by jihadis. He went through the motions for 18 months after getting elected, but ultimately the Taliban called his bluff and now here we are. Bear that in mind as you watch Biden run through his tough-guy shtick below. Exit question: Is it really true that the guy who traded Hosni Mubarak for the Muslim Brotherhood and who appointed Chuck “Jewish Lobby” Hagel as his defense secretary has done more for Israel’s security than any president in modern history?

DOJ: Taliban Wannabe Tried to Bomb Oakland Bank and Frame ‘Right-Wing’ Groups

February 9, 2013

Justice Department officials charged a Taliban sympathizer in California with attempting to carry out a terrorist attack that he hoped would be blamed on “right-wing” groups, thereby provoking a civil war.

Matthew Aaron Llaneza is accused of attempting to detonate a car bomb at a Bank of America in Oakland. “Llaneza’s stated goal was to trigger a government crackdown, which he expected would trigger a right-wing counter-response against the government followed by, he hoped, a civil war,” according to court documents. The complaint says that Llaneza wanted to frame “a loose collection of anti-government militias and their sympathizers.”

Llaneza originally planned to attack a Federal Reserve building,…

Read more at washingtonexaminer.com …

Even the terrorists are on board with our lamestream media, but the American people have moved on … Blog are where it’s at these days. The original pamphleteers.

Superstition Reigns In the Climate World

December 7, 2012

The problem is that weathermen don’t buy into the lies being propagated by climate alarmists.

Who else but your local weather-men would know better than to buy into the lies??? I know our local weatherman won’t touch the lies….

We had a saying where I grew up, don’t like the weather, just come back tomorrow, it will change.

It’s been a busy year for TV weather-casters: July was the hottest month ever recorded in the United States, unprecedented wildfires scorched the West, the worst drought in 50 years parched two-thirds of the county. Then, in October, Hurricane Sandy slammed into New York and New Jersey. Yet the cause of much of the meteorological mayhem – global warming – was rarely mentioned on air. The reason: There’s a shockingly high chance that your friendly TV weatherman is a full-blown climate denier.

July 1901 was hotter before adjustments
2012 has seen the fewest US fires in twenty years
The 1988 drought almost dried up the Mississippi River
Major hurricane strikes in the US are at an all-time low

The Taliban demand submission to their religious superstition, as do the climate Taliban.

And then there was Sandy, where we needed a brand new storm category to define it, superstorm, the not enough to be a real hurricane storm, so we did the best we could. Used to call those ‘nor’ easters. But apparently that wasn’t scary enough for the liberal media. After-all it had the audacity to hit lib central.

Define superstorm, I defy you.

Wizard Of Odd

October 25, 2012

Our CIC. You notice the Preezy doesn’t say victory. Do you believe him anymore? Trust him.

Two more soldiers were killed by friendlies in Afghanistan

2 more U.S. troops die in apparent Afghan insider attack:

A man in an Afghan police uniform shot and killed two American service members today, the U.S. military said, in what appeared to be the latest in a rash of attacks on international forces this year by their Afghan partners.

It was not immediately clear if the attacker was an Afghan police officer or an insurgent who had donned the disguise to get close to the American troops, said Maj. Lori Hodge, a spokeswoman for U.S. forces in Afghanistan.

The assailant killed the service members in the southern Uruzgan province in the late morning, she added. A statement from the U.S. force in Afghanistan says the attack is being investigated.

Provincial government spokesman Abdullah Himmat said the assault happened near an Afghan police compound in Khas Uruzgan district.

Before today’s assault, 53 international troops had been killed in insider attacks from Afghan soldiers or police so far this year, according to the NATO military coalition.

The Taliban have said they are using the attacks as a specific strategy to drive a wedge between the international coalition and the Afghans. On Wednesday, ahead of the Eid al-Adha holiday, they called for an increase in such assaults.

Why are we still there???

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