Monday, October 26, 2009

Track the Enemy

Regardless of the notions of President Barak Hussein Obama, America is in a Global War on Terror. The reason is simple (in my book): There are a group of people espousing the exact example of Mohammed and the Theo-political ideology of world domination under a deity known as Allah. Part of that ideology is total intolerance of other religions, creeds or thoughts that are contrary to the way of Mohammed. These people wish the glory of ancient Muslim conquest which includes convert, be a dhimmi or die. These Muslim literalists attacked and murdered Americans on American soil by the thousands with the aim of taking a shot of the American way of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

America is perceived by these cowardly murdering Islamic terrorists as the primary obstacle of a global Caliphate and the protector of the Jewish State of Israel which is a very tiny sliver of land on the coastal outskirts of Dar al-Islam (i.e. Muslim conquered land that slowly became Islamic as the result of people not wishing to be oppressed by their conquerors).

Does it sound like I am a little ticked? Muslims and Leftists would call my attitude a racist Islamophobe. I call it a patriotic Islamophobe though not in the sense of phobia equals fear. Rather I call Islamophobia “… a fear of losing life or liberty to Islamic rule merely because the laws, sacred texts, and modern practices of Islam demand the submission of culture, politics, religion and all social expression. It tends to afflict those most familiar with the religion, while sparing the more gullible.” (

With my attitude in mind it is important to keep track of what the enemy is doing and the setbacks the enemy experiences. I have found The AfPak Reader to be an excellent source of tracking the enemy by ways you will rarely read in the Mainstream Media (MSM).

Once in awhile Gary H. Johnson, Jr. sends me a snippet of info that he usually elaborate in greater detail later on The AfPak Reader. Here is one such case at below this minor introduction.

JRH 10/26/09

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