Friday, November 6, 2009


Army Major Nadal Malik Hasan

- Licensed psychiatrist, Drug and Rehab specialist,

American Muslim Terrorist

I was out in the field this afternoon when the news broke on the shootings at Fort Hood. By the time I returned to the office and logged on, I learned the terrible news.

The immediate reaction in the room was that this must be PTSD. Of course, the first reports indicated three gunmen – this turned out to be wrong, of course, but I commented that PTSD is a solitary phenomena; it does not manifest itself in groups.

As it turned out, this just might be the first ever recorded case of PRE-TSD; it turns out that Hasan was under orders, but had not yet deployed.

This event is very disturbing, on so many levels. The Army is my family; I bleed green. When the Army takes it like this, everyone in our extended Army family hurts - BAD.

I find it difficult to concentrate this evening; it is hard to write this post. Like my mentor Doc Cheasty used to say, "This is a hard suck, man."

Back in September I posted WE ARE UNDER ATTACK. My premise has not changed: America is seeing an increase in the tempo of domestic jihad-inspired terrorist self-starters.

In addition to the three cases I detailed on 26 September, here are some other notable developments 2009 has produced:

May 12, 2009, Oussama Kassir was convicted of charges related to his participation in an effort to establish a jihad training camp in Oregon and his operation of several terrorist Web sites containing instructions about how to make bombs and poisons. Kassir was found guilty of all 11 charges against him, including providing material support to al-Qaeda and distributing information on explosives and weapons of mass destruction.

May 20, 2009, four individuals - James Cromitie, David Williams, Onta Williams and Laguerre Payen - were arrested on charges arising from a plot to detonate explosives near a synagogue in the Bronx, N.Y., and to shoot Stinger surface-to-air guided missiles at military planes located at a the National Guard Base at Stewart Airport in Newburgh, N.Y. On June 2, 2009, all four defendants were charged in an eight-count indictment and face potential life in prison, if convicted.

All of them converted to Islam while in prison.

April 28, 29, 2009, five individuals -- Mohamad Ibrahim Shnewer, brothers Dritan Duka, Shain Duka and Eljvir Duka and Serdar Tatar -- received sentences ranging from 33 years in prison, to life in prison plus 30 years, for plotting to kill U.S. soldiers in an armed attack on the military base in Fort Dix, New Jersey. All five individuals were convicted at trial in December 2008.

These terrorist pigs get their day in court - the many victims of terrorism do not enjoy that option.

On April 30, 2009, Ali al-Marri pleaded guilty to conspiracy to provide material support to al-Qaeda, admitting that he attended terrorist training camps, learned al-Qaeda tradecraft and was dispatched by al-Qaeda to carry out its terrorist objectives in America.


To be fair, part of my personal philosophy views all terrorists as the same, regardless of ideological or political stance. That is all posturing. Example: in the 1980s the Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya mounted a bombing campaign against US and British targets in Europe. Several of the bombings were carried out on their behalf by the Baader-Meinhof gang, a secular group of Communists, who typically embrace aetheism and actively persecute religion.

Also in the 1980s, the Provisional Irish Republican Army, a group of largely Catholic membership, received support and training from not only Libya and other Arab terrorist groups, but also the Soviet Union.

Question: What is the difference between Timothy McVeigh and John Allen Muhammad?

Answer: Muhammed hasn't been executed yet.

That is the ONLY difference.

It is all the same; terrorism is always the same. It doesn't matter whether it's Islamic-themed, or Neo-Nazi, or Communist-inspired, terrorism is always the same: it is sheer lunacy, plain and simple. The terrorist ethos if flawed logic. They cry out "Injustice!" and yet they are willing to commit the most horrific crimes in the world, in the name of equality and fairness. Eh???

A terrorist is a terrorist is a terrorist, and they are all scum.

As for the Fort Hood shooter, Nadal Hasan, as one officer's wife said, "I wish his name was Smith."

The Army families at Fort Hood are so sick and tired of this war; pushed upon us by Islamic Fundamentalist terrorists, and yet that wife knows the deal about terrorists.

For Americans who don't know about it, who've never been over there: this is a little taste of what Israel experiences, all the time.

Our prayers are with the victims and their families this day in Fort Hood, Texas . . . . . . . . . STORMBRINGER SENDS



  1. From a former Marine, my condolences to the families of Fort Hood - Semper Fi' and hand salute!

    Semper Fi'

  2. This is my back yard where it happened:

    For the First Responders, primarily Department of the Army Civilian Police, and Sgt. Munley, who although wounded, she zipped 4 shots in this monster, donations are currently being accepted at the Chapels but there will be a press conference regarding such things, as below:

    Press Conference at 1:30CST and they will likely have info as to a general fund and specific funds later in the day. AS IS. Ft. Hood Chapels are accepting donations for all of them:

    Bell County
    301 Preist Rd., Killeen TX
    (254) 634-0768

    Coryell County
    201 S. 2nd Street, Copperas Cove, TX 76522
    (254) 547-6517

    I'm chipping in.

  3. Latest donation info.

    Checks can be mailed to:
    Chaplain's Fund Office
    Bldg 44, 761st Tank Battalion Avenue
    Fort Hood, TX 76544-5000

    Checks should be made payable to "CTOF" (Chapel's Tithes and Offerings Fund) with a note on the memo line stating "Nov. 5 Tragedy."

    Contributions on behalf of Fort Hood Soldiers can also be made to:
    Fisher House
    Bldg 36015
    Fisher Lane
    Ft Hood Texas 76544
    If you have questions about the Fisher House operation, phone
    or (254)286-7929.

    Donations can be made to Red Cross:
    Killeen Red Cross
    208 W. Ave. A,
    Killeen, Texas 76541
    Phone (254) 200-4400 or visit their website at
    And finally, donations can be made to the USO at the following:
    USO Fort Hood
    Building # 1871, 50th St.
    Fort Hood, Texas, 76544
    Phone: (254) 768-2771
    or visit their website at

    Blood donors at surrounding hospitals will also be welcome if you feel like chipping in blood too.

  4. They might lethal inject him, maybe not.

    Bet Lev ain't much of a picnic for a paralyzed "veteran" of a war against his own nation.

    I kinda hope he lives a LONG time.

    I apologize for my lack of proper Judeo-Christian values of mercy. I won't apologize for going to give blood.

  5. Hi Sean,
    It is now August 5, 2010 and the subject of Fort Hood is again being discussed by us on Twitter and I thankfully, have gotten the chance to read your post here. You hit the nail on the head: a terrorist is a terrorist is a terrorist. And by the way, I think Islam should be banned in American prisons. It is simply a breeding ground for jihad. Love your comment, "The Army is my family; I bleed green."