Thursday, September 27, 2012


Posted by VA Shepard

The Taliban has posted on YouTube the assault team briefing and rehearsing the raid on Camp Bastion:

It is bad enough that a US Marine Corps base housing air assets in the middle of a war zone was penetrated so easily, but where is the outrage? We are suffering from a leadership vacuum at the highest levels that has percolated down to the ground in Afghanistan. Might it have anything to do with that white flag the President raised over Afghanistan by announcing his withdrawal timetable from that troubled country? It is inexcusable, and it only gets worse:

Obama to UN: "It's Not My Fault Stevens is Dead: more guards would not have helped."

Apologizing yet again, this time for of all things a YouTube clip before none less than the thugs within the General Assembly of the United Nations, President Obama has symbolically raised an American white flag over the Middle East. Just when the region seems to be on the brink of an all-out war, could he have possibly sent a weaker signal at a worse time? Yet again I have to wonder if he is intentionally harming US interests, or is he actually that naive?

Obama has inspired an army, and they are the enemy. They have seen him abandon our friends and placate our enemies. They have risen up, and believe we are on the run. Has the time has come for us to run home and wait for the barbarians to appear at the gate? Or is America capable of going medieval and salvaging victory (a word seemingly alien to BHO's vocabulary) from what appears to be near-certain ruin of our entire Middle East strategy?

Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton tour the Sultan Hassan Mosque in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, June 4, 2009 before Obama delivered a much heralded speech to an audience at Cairo University, effectively launching the Arab Spring.

The great English-born American patriot Thomas Paine said:

"I prefer peace. But if trouble must come, let it come in my time, so that my children can live in peace."

Paine also said . . .

"Lead, follow, or get out of the way."

This message needs to be transmitted on all channels for the next 50 days


1 comment:

  1. Khe Sahn was an overwhelming US victory, yet was treated as a defeat. Same for Tet. Yet we are, for all intents and purposes defeated by an inferior (stone age) enemy because we lack leadership, but there is no outrage. Do the citizens of the US even know about Camp Bastion? There is no longer a daily body count...not for the last four years. The treason in the White House, Congress and the media continues unabated.