Sunday, February 15, 2009


This handful of posts are a few of about 70 in the Terror News Section Today CONFLICT & TERROR click here
"Don't upset the enemy - even to win the war" - while it appears 'logical' psychology, this approach the Obama administration embraces is a repeat "never win" strategy of the Vietnam era.
Drastic as it sounds, we should increase the attacks, and THEN eradicate whatever increase of terrorist this MIGHT create.
Appeasement will not work. Unlike Vietnam, if we withdraw, the terrorist enemy will not stay at home and leave us alone. They already have a nucleus of men, women, arms and explosives and suicide cells in place and hidden in the USA,
Obama has provided a huge budget, somewhere between $20 and $90 millio to bring Palestinians from Gaza (and a myriad of them HAMAS terrorist) in an expedited fashion into the USA under the guise of humanitarian motives. In reality an open door to reinforce the terror threat and increase their numbers INSIDE our home!
Nobody is that stupid so this is a purposeful act along the line of destroying America to promote his target of collapsing our nation into a government dependant and controlled Socialist at best but more likely a Marxist-Islamic coalition his cousin Odinga has formed in Kenya and for which Obama personally campaigned.
Hey, folks! Are you blind, naive or plain stupid? Or are you in "rapture" and believe this charalatan is a new messiah, capable of miracles?
Supreme Court of the USA - When will you start to protect the Constitution and the RIGHTS of the populace of the USA? At least half the nation did NOT vote for this revolting revolution and have the right to your protection! Obama so far has not even shown he is an American! Nor what his real name is!
Don't we, the people, have the right to know at last this?
Wake up and smell the danger and the stench of his Chicago politics permeating the Obama House, the self-serving Democrat Party and both houses of Congress and Senate.
Call Off Drone War, Influential U.S. Adviser Says
Posted on Tuesday, February 10, 2009 at 12:45pmFor months, Pakistani leaders have complained, loudly, about American drone strikes on their territory. Now, an influential adviser to American policymakers is raising his voice against the unmanned attacks, too. Full Story After Israel's election, Palestinians weigh a new IntifadehPosted on Thursday, February 12, 2009 at 4:49pmIsrael's election and the Gaza conflict have revealed the scale of the challenge facing U.S. President Barack Obama in jump-starting Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts. Israeli voters tacked to the right, and the government that results from Tuesday's poll will be, if anything, even less inclined to conclude a two-state peace agreement with the Palestinian leadership than the current government of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has been. Full Story TTP threatens to destroy schoolsPosted on Thursday, February 12, 2009 at 4:51pmThe Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan threatened on Wednesday to destroy all educational institutions in Bajaur if the government did not withdraw security forces stationed in government schools in the region within three days. Talking to reporters on phone, TTP spokesman Maulvi Omar said security forces had set up checkposts and bunkers in almost all government schools to attack Taliban positions. Full Story Police kill 7 in south Russia firefight - agencyPosted on Thursday, February 12, 2009 at 4:53pmInterior Ministry troops shot dead seven suspected rebels on Wednesday in a firefight in Russia's North Caucasus region of Kabardino-Balkaria, Interfax news agency said, quoting local law enforcement. Full Story U.S. intelligence chief issues a bleak outlook on AfghanistanPosted on Thursday, February 12, 2009 at 4:58pmThe new director of national intelligence warned Thursday that Afghanistan's weak and corrupt government is failing to halt the spread of Taliban control and said that public support for the Taliban and local warlords was increasing. Full Story Mexico to fingerprint phone users in crime fightPosted on Tuesday, February 10, 2009 at 9:02amMexico will start a national register of mobile phone users that will include fingerprinting all customers in an effort to catch criminals who use the devices to extort money and negotiate kidnapping ransoms. Under a new law published on Monday and due to be in force in April, mobile phone companies will have a year to build up a database of their clients, complete with fingerprints. The idea would be to match calls and messages to the phones' owners. Full Story

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