Friday, February 19, 2010

WE ARE UNDER ATTACK

Five Muslim Soldiers Arrested at Fort Jackson in South Carolina

The CBN News site reports that five "Muslim soldiers" at Fort Jackson in South Carolina were arrested just before Christmas. The men are suspected of trying to poison the food supply at Fort Jackson. It is unclear whether the men are still in custody.

The five were part of the Arabic Translation program at the base - at this time I am unable to determine whether the soldiers are Americans, or some kind of foreign soldiers here to participate in the training program. At this time it is not clear whether or not this is a case of Home Grown Jihad Syndrome.

Patrick Jones, the Deputy Public Affairs Officer for Fort Jackson, confirmed yesterday afternoon that an investigation was ongoing.

A source with intimate knowledge of the investigation, which is ongoing, told CBN News investigators suspect the "Fort Jackson Five" may have been in contact with the group of five Washington, DC area Muslims that traveled to Pakistan to wage jihad against U.S. troops in December.





That group was arrested by Pakistani authorities - these TRAITORSwere featured on STORMBRINGER just before Christmas.


This comes on the heels of November's Fort Hood jihadist massacre.





A trio of incidents last September: WE ARE UNDER ATTACK


FBI Arrests Jordanian for Downtown Dallas Bomb Plot



Zazi Indicted For Conspiring To Detonate WMD



U.S. Terror Suspects Accused of Targeting Marine Base


Then back in June, more homegrown terrorism


On American Soil: US Military Recruiting Station, Little Rock Arkansas


These are difficult, confusing times; let it be the enemy who is confused, not us. Throughout this struggle, we must never forget that as many Muslims have died fight FOR the US and our Allies, as have died fighting AGAINST us (if not more so).



Ayman Abdelrahman Taha, US Army Special Forces, KIA in Iraq, 2005.


For this reason it is VITAL that we do not succumb to the enemy's plan to turn this thing into a religious war. If we do, they win.


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4 comments:

  1. Fort Jackson is less than 100 miles from my front door. I thought this might fit well... today especially.

    http://mssc54.wordpress.com/2010/02/19/the-day-our-lives-were-forever-altered/

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  2. This is a religious war whether we like it or not. There is no such thing as a friendly Muslim. Their holy book the Koran is their guidance in all things and it specifically instructs all of them to kill everyone that is not a Muslim. There is no room for interpretation or negotiation it is just kill all that are not Islamic. There is only one solution as far as I can see and that is to take them all out because as long as there is one left he or she will be after us.

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  3. Then I wish more Muslims would stand up and holler loudly how wrong jihad is and point out the ones in their midst who would cause trouble.

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  4. Other clerics do not stand up and repudiate the jihad - Which tells you what you need to know. It IS a religious war. If we don't acknowledge that, they win.

    Not identifying the enemy, causes us to fight the wrong campaign.

    Consider: With regard to jihad and islam in general - Are we in a more secure strategic position today than we were on 9/11?

    The West is in a worse position than it was ten years ago, because we fight the wrong campaign; because many are afraid to name the enemy.

    The data is.

    Study the Koran and Hadiths. Go to mosque. Spend time on the ground in several islamic countries (in homes and businesses, not in barracks or seminars). Then name the enemy correctly. Then fight the correct fight.

    Like with Global Warming, ignoring reality leads to pointless vigorous activity by motivated people, which actually makes things worse.

    Well intentioned people get caught up in 'group think' or 'political correctness' all the time. A 'meme' is a myth, not reality. Regardless of how many people want it to be true.

    The guys at NASA needed to be told that "For a successful technology, reality must take precedence over public relations, for nature cannot be fooled." -Richard P. Feynman

    Take a step back, and dare to question assumptions and statements about religious war. You may not like the facts. But reality is. Planning should be based on reality.

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