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Apparently Pakistan, in the interest of “peace” has decided to abandon the people of the Swat Valley to the hands of the Taliban. While they are hoping this will bring peace, they are making this deal at the expense of defenseless citizens. Women, children, and those who oppose this way of life now have no hope and no way out.

PESHAWAR, Pakistan — The government agreed to impose Islamic law and suspend a military offensive across a large swath of northwest Pakistan on Monday in concessions aimed at pacifying a spreading Taliban insurgency there.

The announcement came after talks with local Islamists, including one closely linked to the Taliban.

The move will likely concern the United States, which has warned Pakistan that such peace agreements allow Al Qaeda and Taliban militants operating near the Afghan border time to rearm and regroup.

Amir Haider Khan Hoti, the chief minister for the North West Frontier Province, said authorities would impose Islamic law in Malakand region, which includes the Swat Valley. Swat is a one-time tourist haven in the northwest where extremists have gained sway through brutal tactics including beheading residents, burning girls schools and attacking security forces.

He said the laws would only be implemented when the valley was peaceful.

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This is another of the great concessions that are being made to appease radical Islam (if there is such a thing). The struggle for this valley has been going on for some time and perhaps the Pakistani government thinks that this will be the end of it. Hand over thousands of citizens to the mercy of the Taliban of the Swat Valley, notorious for beheading those accused of espionage and even going so far as to dig up dead bodies and hang them, and perhaps there will be peace. The Pakistani government seems to believe that the goal of the Taliban in their country is NOT to control the entire country. Tell that to Benazir Bhutto


The new president of the United States has chosen the “high road” by starting the shutdown of Guantanamo Bay thus signaling to the world, there are few consequences for attacking our citizens, withholding information that could save lives or collaborating with the enemy. Our Cultural Relativist in Chief has decided that if we treat them right, perhaps they will treat us right. Maybe President Obama should listen to what our enemies are telling us:


Peshawar, Jan 31 : Tehrik-e-Taliban Swat chief Maulana Fazlullah has said Islam recommends slitting the throat of a man if he is charged with espionage, adding that this is also the Sunnat of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and his companions acted upon this.

Fazlullah was replying to allegations that the Taliban slits throats of people and even digs up dead bodies of men from graves and then hangs them.

Fazlullah is only one of the many Islamists calling for the mistreatment or even gruesome murder of their enemies (namely us). Many of those voices are much louder than Fazlullah and the implementation of these ideas have been going on since Islam began. Islam apparently takes no prisoners, unless they may be useful as slaves or willing to convert to Islam. If a U.S. soldier comes upon an unarmed suspect, he has a pretty good chance of being captured, put in jail with air conditioning, three meals a day, a Qu’ran, given the ability to pray whenever he wants to, and receive a lawyer – all at the U.S. taxpayer’s expense. However, if a U.S. soldier or agent is captured, he is murdered, beheaded, mutilated, or worse. Perhaps the U.N. should look into berating the Taliban instead of arguing that one of our soldiers threw a Qu’ran in the toilet. They certainly didn’t say anything when a crucifix submerged in urine was funded by taxpayer dollars and upheld as artwork.

I am not sure if even President Obama knows what his plan is. So far, to the Muslim world he has said, “We’ll play nice and if you decide not to, we will give you a very violent slap on the wrist!”

Maulana Fazlullah is known as one of Pakistan’s most wanted terrorists. In 2007, he established a parallel government in 59 villages of Pakistan’s Swat valley with the help of over 4,000 militants. Ultimately the region was conceded to Fazlullah and his Taliban forces in exchange for peace in the region. This treaty was broken by Fazlullah not long after.

Today, Pakistan has sent over 20,000 troops to the Swat Valley in order to restore order. The parallel Shari’a government setup by Fazlullah seems still alive and well with many people afraid to continue their regular jobs, receiving little protection from the Pakistani government. The decapitated body of a police officer hanging in the streets reminds people of the real law in the Swat Valley. 54 have been killed so far. Pakistan is going to have to press harder and keep up the fight against the Taliban in their country. It is one area where the fight against the people has been bitter and effective.


It appears the Obama administration is already causing a blackout of information. On the sliding scale of “justice” I would say a media black out on bio-terror would have to be criminal.

The U.S. media has been stabbing the people in the back for some time now and it seems ultimately they would like us to be a bunch of sitting ducks. I am considerably more interested in proof that terrorists are working on biological weapons than the latest Oscar fashion faux pax. While their coverage of the incoming Obama administration has been an obamination, it would have been difficult to fathom that they were seeking the actual demise of our nation, completely. After all, if we are all dead, who is going to sit around all day doing what they tell us to do?

Oliver Guitta of the Middle East Times reports on an Al-Qaida training camp in Tizi Ouzou (Algeria) that has been fiddling with, of all things, the Plague:

In the middle of the massive coverage of U.S. President Barack Obama’s inauguration, a rather troublesome news story emerged. Unfortunately, it failed to get the coverage it deserves. If confirmed, it deserves the full attention of the Obama administration: the story has to do with bio-terrorism.

The story began with a Jan. 6 report in the Algerian newspaper Echorouk that a number of terrorists had died of the plague in one of al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) training camps in Tizi Ouzou. Another Algerian newspaper En-Nahar, affirmed that 50 terrorists have been diagnosed with the plague, 40 of whom have already died.

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While this bunch of backyard geneticists has literally been killing themselves to find an ironic way to strike western civilization, we have been having the Obama pulled over our eyes. “That’s right folks, don’t watch what my left hand is doing!” the media seems to say.

While BHO is on his middle east tour, we can definitely assume that he, and the media will be putting a messianic twist on every word he says, though his approval ratings dropped about 15 points upon his entrance to office. (Apparently, just being the president is unfavorable. We can add another 15 points to GWB’s exit ratings to level it out a bit). My fear is not that these ideas will be beyond President Obama and the U.S. media, but rather, in the interest of salvaging their true world view, they will ignore all of the facts until one day, our new president will be sitting there enjoying a story at one of our overfunded and underperforming, public schools when suddenly his eyes give us that terrified stare. The message will come, Mr. President, the U.S. is under attack. But by then, Mr. President, it will already be too late.

Here is a great way to flood the offices of the Dutch Minister for Justice! AWESOME idea from this person:

That idea is to get a post card, spend 94 cents (from the U.S.?) to mail your outrage to the exact person who needs to hear it! This is a really wonderful idea. I might go out and just buy post cards and hand them out to people! All of these people are heroes for freedom! I am glad the word is spreading! AMEN!

Write to:

Mr. Ernst Hirsch Ballin
Dutch Minister for Justice
2500 EH Den Haag

Please share this information! Hand out postcards!

The Forgotten Jungle

It is interesting to imagine that we might be looking at a return to the jungle on planet earth. When man has beaten back the brush and kept his lands clear, the jungle stays at bay, always looming, but never disappearing, waiting for that critical mistake . . . waiting for man to forget about the jungle and its tangled, dangerous ways.

Perhaps that is the place where we exist today. There are some that remember the jungle, we think on it and understand that in order to keep the lives we have now, we must never forget that the jungle is just outside, nor should we forget what it took to clear it away in the first place.

When I look at pictures like the one above, it makes me wonder how do these people clear away the jungle and come into a new existence, a new thought. It is hard to imagine for one simple reason. Here in America, we can forget the jungle because it has been so many years since we were there. Even in World War II, we sought to fight off the jungle in other places and only very minutely did we experience it for ourselves. It was nothing like that singular experience though. It brought us running back to the laws of the jungle. At that point, many Americans knew that the jungle couldn’t be wished away, that if we were to continue life as we knew it, the jungle must be hacked or burned back.

Reclaiming the World

Walking along the borders of human cities is not enough to keep the fierce predator away. It longs to expand. It is a force that can be tamed, yet, it requires taming.

Here in America, as we sit and watch the jungle, reclaiming the rest of the world, we find it hard to do anything about it. It is far away and it is long since we’ve truly experienced the jungle. 9/11 was not a wake-up call. We saw ourselves as perpetual victims. Why would anyone do this to us? Yet, we did not think for a moment that it was because we had let ourselves forget.

America has had a unique advantage when it comes to the jungle, our beautiful mountains, sweeping plains, bustling cities, and comfortable towns have been separated from the jungle on both sides. Our nearest neighbor to the north, forgot the jungle long before we did because as long as America would fight the jungle, they needn’t. Our neighbor to the south has grown fat suckling at America’s progress, lacking the moral ability to use that progress in aid of its people. Their world view and life experiences are not so much prepared to fight the jungle as to let the inevitable happen and try to take advantage of it. Is America alone?

That question discounts the fact that many British, Canadian, and Australian forces have aided us in our fight against terrorism. I don’t think terrorism can truly be fought, however, because we have forgotten the jungle. How a Hindu man, like the men in the above picture, can go to work as a lawyer, a banker, a doctor, a teacher, one day, and in the same day burn buildings, throw Molotov cocktails and even cause the death of their own country’s citizens — we just cannot comprehend. That is something for dissidents, rogues, criminals. That is not for the ordinary citizen. To America’s understanding, the Iraq war was beating back the brush. It was lighting a fire and pushing back the jungle, but it was not enough. We didn’t start a fire. We lit a spark in a wet lush jungle, full of life, growth, and power. Instead of truly beating back the jungle, we only made a dent in it creating even more potential for growth.

Pax Carrhae, Pax Mundus

What does all of this mean? It means that it is either too late for America like it is for Europe, or it means if we understand and remember that there is a jungle out there, perhaps we can save the world. No other secular government can. While President Bush did take up the banner and attempt to fight the jungle with a force to make it crumble, he, his advisors, and just about everyone else forgot what it took to turn Germany and Japan around. We still have the opportunity. Unfortunately, I see places like India that have had chances to leave the jungle, but the moment a great struggle happens, they return to it. That is the tough part. In John McCain’s very misquoted and misused statements, America would be in Iraq for possibly 100 years. This is not stupid. This is necessary. America in Iraq for 100 years means that they get 100 years of distance from the jungle. Then that society can really change. It seems like it would take more than 100 years. The people who remember and accept the jungle must die out so that those who understand the jungle, abhor it, and would stand against it, can grow stronger. This is the position America needs to be in – People who understand, abhor, and stand against the jungle. Below I’m posting a video link as a reward, if you’ve made it this far.

Here, is a little excerpt from the video which I feel is well worth watching. This guy seems to agree with me. We need a strong military and a strong nation building force in its wake.

Click here to watch the video on MemriTV if the Youtube video does not show up.

Following are excerpts from an interview with Iraqi MP Mithal Al-Alousi, which aired on Al-Salam TV on July 17, 2008:

Mithal Al-Alousi: Some people want to keep Iraq weak. They do not want Iraq to have powerful friends. They do not want Iraq to have room to operate on the international level. They do not want Iraq to receive economic support, or to be able to operate through international banks. They don’t want Iraq to be able to send its sons to international universities – that new generation that will return with knowledge, and bring prosperity to our society. They do not want this for Iraq. Kuwait wants the great Iraq to have the same power as “beautiful” Kuwait – I don’t want to call it a “beggar” country today… They want the Iraqi army to be less powerful than a military brigade, so they can always overcome it. Iran does not want Iraq to have any [regional] standing. It says that the Arab Gulf is Persian. Even in sports – if the term “pan-Arab games” is used, Iran objects and withdraws from the games. Iran has clear national expansionist ambitions. Iran’s expansion can only be at the expense of Iraq. Iraq must fade away so they can control it.

Our neighbor Turkey – that Muslim neighbor, which is now ruled by an Islamic party and not by the army – cuts off the water supply to the Iraqis, knowing this spells drought for the fields, and harms the Iraqi citizens and their economy. The king of Saudi Arabia is the Guardian of the Two Holy Places, in Mecca and Al-Madina, but this does not prevent some [Saudis] from sponsoring terrorists, killers, and criminals. The Syrian regime, which heralds pan-Arabism, does not dare to fire a single bullet in the Golan Heights, or even mention the word “Golan,” yet it has the audacity to kill Iraqis.

I am hopefully going to be posting an in depth look at the differences and links between the various Islamic terror and political (also known as terror) groups soon. So if you’ve ever wondered what’s the difference between Hamas, the Mujahideen, and Hizbollah, I hope you’ll check back soon. I also hope to cover the details of their actions and interests. Some groups want Israel gone, some groups have more global exploits. Until then, I hope you’ll keep up with the recent attacks in India. The Indian Mujahideen has claimed responsibility. Go figure!

Click on the pictures below to link to some news stories:

It’s been a rough week for the people of India. 45 people have been killed and more injured. The Mujahideen has claimed responsibility and it’s almost certainly over the polling a few days ago. Indians went to the poll to confirm their interest in Nuclear ties with the United States. . . smart people. However, they are paying for that vote now. These attacks came almost instantly after the votes. References have been made to other issues that the group would be frustrated over, but it is clear the message they are sending. This time it was too much. This is the real problem. For instance, Hamas touted itself as a political group. Well, political groups change things politically. Unfortunately, this only works for them if they are having their way. “If you guys give us what we want, we’ll play by the rules, but the minute you vote against our agenda or make agreements with the west, we’ll kill you.” All of these groups need to make it plain to the rest of the world, whether they are a terrorist group or a political group, it’s already clear to me but there is a lot of retardation going on in the rest of the world. We need to pray for India. I don’t know that they have the ability to fight this problem seriously. The other interesting thing is that they will almost assuredly be in more conflict with Pakistan over this. We just have to wait and see.

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