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Edmund Onward James

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 07, 2009 1:16 pm    Post subject: Did the Muslim American snap? Reply with quote

Was the Fort Hood, Texas, horror an outright jihadist massacre of unarmed soldiers and citizens or was it stress related, as the Left will conclude. Did the Muslim snap? I think not.

Despicable Muslim American, Major Nidal Malik Hasan, Of Middle Eastern descent (Jordanian or Palestinian born parents) opposed the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, naturally the Jews, as well, murdered 13 unarmed American soldiers and wounded many more. Evidently he wore white garb and hat.

Another reason to understand the danger of Islam believers, including the moderates who insist it is a religion of peace. This was an example of Islamist hatred of the infidel and America that fights for freedom; a disgusting example of those who believe in the Caliphate and Muslim rule. Some converts are worse than those born with the curse of Islam, the doctrine of war.

Early press releases last night didn’t mention that the maniac terrorist in American uniform was a mental health doctor, a psychiatrist no less, who converted to Muslim, and ranted about the freedom fighters in Palestine and elsewhere. Later I found this out while listening to Michael Savage on the car radio and Mark Steyn the next day on the Rush Limbaugh program.

The mainstream media and Obama clan will define this as either a “workday stress” problem or a sort of pre-post traumatic stress disorder, because the terrorist had not been deployed as yet.

The first thing Michael Savage wanted to know was: Who did it? Why? would fall in place.

Mark Steyn http://www.marksteyn.com/ said this religious military maniac yelled "allah u-akbar!!!" as he fired his two hand guns. Evidently Madman Hasan had handed out copies of the Koran before he unleashed his relatively new hatred.

Why was he allowed to be in the army or remain when certain officers and soldiers found out his beliefs? The FBI said that he wasn’t a terrorist. Really? Did he need a membership card or some icon to verify what he was and what he stood for?

It seems this type of military problem started back with Clinton, Savage informed, when Willy opened the door to the military to all religions, including Wiccans – and sexual preferences, the Gay Brigade. This was to make America feel safe? Very open, no more closet cases at least.

And what did the Commander-In-Chief do and say after this massacre at a US fort happened? He spent the first 2 ½ minutes speaking to a conference of American Natives and he jested before he said anything about the dead and wounded at Fort Hood.

Savage said (I paraphrase) it was liberalism run amok that killed the soldiers. The fact that men like the shameful Hasan were allowed to enter and/or remain in the armed forces, was deplorable. He called Barack Obama, Alfred E Neuman (of Mad Magazine) or something like that, for not speaking up immediately. Savage said he was relieved that it wasn’t a blue-eyed Christian against the military and government. Because the Left would have criticized the military and war. All wars. It was an American problem, a gun problem, a power thing; whereas the Islamists are either people of peace or freedom-fighters liberating from aggressors.

Now Obama, the arrogant celebrity naïf, better deploy the 40,000 troops to Afghanistan, and have HOMELAND Security check the backgrounds and beliefs of Muslims in the forces. Especially converts. Furthermore...

Shame on the White House, the congress and senate for not publicly mourning the loss of good soldiers, young men and women preparing for Afghanistan. They should have worn black arm bands, representatives of both houses and Obama should have gone to Fort Hood to commiserate -- and apologize -- after the horrific jihadist's attempt to become a martyr.

Regardless, the military will vote against the anointed one, so far one of the worst president in history, and the Democrats who thought they were in for a long run.
Edmund Onward James

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 8:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The following is an email from a concerned person (Carlb1) I have met.

Hello Edmund,

To say that someone acted alone is to ignore that people act in concert with their beliefs and teaching. If their beliefs and teachings command them to kill in the name of their god...then there is always a co-conspirator, a facilitator a director. The director might have died centuries ago, but his plan of actions lives on in each believer generation after generation.

They Kill Us and We're the Ones to Blame

Written by Sultan Knish
Sunday, 08 November 2009 07:13

"All of these however were ways of shifting the blame from Nidal Hassan and his Islamist ideology, and onto his victims, the men and women he had tried to kill, and the United States Army itself. Once again the media apparatchiks had decided that blame for a Muslim killing spree rested not with the perpetrator, but with his targets."

"By ignoring the fact that 66 percent of the deliberate attacks within the US military by other soldiers, have involved Muslims-- the media is engaging in blatant deceptiveness. Unless Muslims somehow suffer from a form of PTSD more severe than non-Muslim soldiers, or unless Muslims comprise 66 percent of the US military-- both false statements, it is obvious that the question of Islamic beliefs should be investigated as central to these acts of violence."

Edmund Onward James

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 09, 2009 7:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hasan was born in America but wasn't American. Hence, I was incorrect for suggesting such.

My opinion was, and still is, based on what I have learnt, is that Hasan is a jihadist and terrorist. He had been influenced and waited for the right time to unleash the horror.

However, should he recover the left will defend him as a victim who snapped.

Furthermore, several in the military must have known that he was trying to convert soldiers and proselytized Islam. He was a fanatic believer.

I suppose they wanted to be politically correct and follow the new rules instigated by Clinton regarding who could be in the armed forces.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 10, 2009 12:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Jihadist who Infiltrated the U.S. Army’s Officer Corps - W. Thomas Smith Jr

"Chief among the outspoken experts on Jihadist terrorism (in the first few hours and days after Nov. 5) is Dr. Walid Phares, who directs the Future of Terrorism Project for the Washington, D.C.-based Foundation for Defense of Democracies.

According to Phares, Hasan was-and-is an indoctrinated Jihadist, who – lone wolf or not, linked to a specific Jihadist group or or not – acted with the intent to strike his enemy, America."

It's the Jihad, stupid - Frank Gaffney, Jr.

"Poll after poll indicates that official Washington is held in very low regard by the American people. One reason is that our leaders are seen as out of touch with the realities confronting ordinary folks - and with what those folks' common sense suggests are appropriate responses to such realities. There could scarcely be a more graphic example of that disconnect - and its ominous implications - than the contortions the U.S. government is now going through in the wake of the murder of 13 people and the wounding of dozens more at Fort Hood last week. For example, the FBI declared immediately after the attack that it was not an act of terrorism. Other officials are promoting the idea that it is simply a case of an individual afflicted by post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or deranged by the prospect of an upcoming deployment to a war zone. President Obama insists that we should reserve judgment, evidently because the facts are open to varying interpretations."
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