Saturday, February 9, 2008

lots and lots of BOOM it is war pron day

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The Brits in a fire fight

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I need explosions

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barely suppressed

I just went and sickened myself with the Berkeley City council hate on the Marine Corps and in effect my family. I do not have words that I care to share in a PG-13 blog.

I would love to wish all sorts of bad karma on these people and the fine folks from code pink and in the end they will get theirs but I really don't want to wait until the end. I am morally offended, physically ill, and just down right ticked off with these "people."

Again I would love them to try this in one of the more peaceful socialists republics of Cuba or N Korea.

I encourage people to cut of business trips, vacations to the entire Bay area. Maybe hit them in the pocketbook will work.

Berkeley City Council Attacks U.S.M.C. in favor of Code Pink

Sedition

Code Stink: Berkeley City Council Edition

I am sick to my stomach

This is very interesting

Go watch the video at MEMRI TV

Interesting insite in the blurring of Sunni/Shiite lines in the interest of spreading Islum and also very thoughtful insight on the forming of the Sons of Iraq and the Sunni Awaking councils in Iraq.

I want some womens rights group outrage

From MEMRI
In December 2007, the Saudi English-language daily Arab News published an op-ed by Dania Al-Ghalib titled "The Saudi Woman is Always Guilty." In it, the author describes the condition of the Saudi woman, depicting her as born unwanted and held accountable for everything that happens to her in life - even though she is always the chattel of a man and has no control over anything.
The following is the article as it appeared in the Arab News. [1]

Where is the outrage I want seething in the streets the Saudi Embassy protested in front of the whole bit. waiting....

I want some womens rights group outrage

In December 2007, the Saudi English-language daily Arab News published an op-ed by Dania Al-Ghalib titled "The Saudi Woman is Always Guilty." In it, the author describes the condition of the Saudi woman, depicting her as born unwanted and held accountable for everything that happens to her in life - even though she is always the chattel of a man and has no control over anything.
The following is the article as it appeared in the Arab News. [1]

I want some womens rights outrage

In December 2007, the Saudi English-language daily Arab News published an op-ed by Dania Al-Ghalib titled "The Saudi Woman is Always Guilty." In it, the author describes the condition of the Saudi woman, depicting her as born unwanted and held accountable for everything that happens to her in life - even though she is always the chattel of a man and has no control over anything.
The following is the article as it appeared in the Arab News. [1]

I have been saying our politicians are going to lose this for us

From Fox News
WASHINGTON — One of Washington's most prominent conservative lawyers, sent to Iraq to help the fledgling democracy develop its legal and judicial institutions, has charged in a blistering memo to U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker that the State Department and Foreign Service have "brought to Iraq the worst of America — our bureaucrats" and become "an albatross around the neck of the Coalition command."
the rest

Let me be crystal clear on this. Sec. Rice, Amb Crocker you have less than a year to get this fixed. This is your responsibility to ensure that the best and brightest are sent to help develop the peace. If your employees dont want to go fire them and get new ones. Send me send so many others that volunteered to go help.

I ask you that the sacrifice of Coalition soldiers and the people of Iraq be honored by sending the very best and working the very hardest to get this fixed.

Friday, February 8, 2008

Active Jihadi in North Carolina

This person Samir Khan runs himself a website out of North Carolina he actively promotes jihad and his stated purposes is to provide true news and religious guidence. Funny thing is he does not leave my comments up for long as they usually ask questions or make statements contrary to his narrative. While I would like to see his site shutdown I won't go making a big deal about it cause after all this is the United States and we do have freedom of speach. I would invite you to go visit his site offer some comments and see if they stick. I doubt they do for long.

Also please join the good folks over at the Jawa Report as the good doctor and the jawas do a great job of lasering in on foreign jihadi websites that are run in the States which is illegal.

Good night sleep well know that rough men are prepared to do harm to protect you.

Coalition Troops in Iraq Kill 4, Detain Numerous Al Qaeda Agents

I have to admit I like those headlines.

Coalition forces in Iraq killed four suspected al-Qaida agents and detained numerous other suspects Feb. 8 during operations to disrupt terrorist networks in northern and central Iraq, military officials said. In Sharqat, coalition forces captured an alleged al-Qaida senior leader and his deputy. The detainees are linked to local kidnappings and mortar and improvised-explosive-device attacks against coalition and security groups of local citizens. Three more suspects also were detained during the operation. In Mosul, coalition forces detained three suspects during an operation targeting a senior foreign terrorist facilitator. The suspected terrorist is linked to al-Qaida in Iraq operations, including a Jan. 28 attack that resulted in the deaths of five coalition soldiers. Also in Mosul, coalition forces detained two more suspected terrorists while targeting an alleged IED manufacturer involved in attacks against Iraqi and coalition forces. "These operations are another step forward in the campaign to disrupt the al-Qaida networks in northern Iraq," said Army Maj. Winfield Danielson, a Multi-national Force Iraq spokesman. "As terrorists shift their operations to new locations, Iraqi and coalition forces will pursue them, attacking their networks and driving them from their hiding places." In Baqouba, coalition forces killed four suspected al-Qaida terrorists, while another suspected insurgent blew himself up. Coalition troops came upon four terrorists holed up inside a building. The four terrorists refused to surrender, and they were killed by coalition troops. A remaining terrorist inside the building detonated an explosive charge and blew himself up. In Baghdad, coalition forces captured seven suspected al-Qaida operatives. The detainees are linked to al-Qaida in Iraq senior leader Abu Ayyub al-Masri. "Iraqi and coalition forces remain resolved to bring the terrorists to justice, ending their campaign of indiscriminate violence against the Iraqi people," said Army 1st Lt. Michael Street, a Multi-national Force Iraq spokesman. East of Samarra, coalition forces captured three suspected terrorists during an anti-insurgent operation. In operations Feb. 7: Coalition forces killed three suspected al-Qaida terrorists during an operation east of Samarra. Near the Hamrin Mountains, coalition troops detained two suspected al-Qaida agents linked to a terrorist-run prison and training camp in the region. Coalition forces captured a suspected Iranian-trained "special groups" leader and detained three other suspects during operations to disrupt criminal networks in the Mashru area, south of Baghdad. The detainee is linked to Iranian-trained enemy elements in Wasit province. Reports also indicate the detainee was an associate of several senior-level criminal leaders involved in attacks on Iraqi and coalition forces. Iraqi national police disrupted the kidnapping of six members of the Sons of Iraq, a security group composed of concerned local citizens, from a checkpoint in Baghdad's Ur neighborhood and rescued three of its members after a shootout. The kidnappers fled with three victims. Iraqi and coalition forces are on the lookout for the kidnappers and the abducted Iraqis. In Feb. 6 operations, Sons of Iraq members operating near Mushada turned in a weapons cache to coalition forces. The cache contained 67 80 mm projectiles, eight 90 mm projectiles, miscellaneous ordinance, four unfinished IEDs and five homemade rocket launchers. The cache's contents were destroyed. Also Feb. 6, Iraqi police, Sons of Iraq and coalition troops found a 4,400-pound cache of explosives in Salahuddin province during a joint operation. The cache contained 40 bags filled with a mixture of ammonia nitrate and cocoa powder. Each bag weighed about 110 pounds. The mixture is commonly used as a homemade explosive employed by al-Qaida in Iraq. "The Iraqi police and the Sons of Iraq are committed to bringing stability to their country," said Army Lt. Col. William W. Prior, commander of 4th Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment. "They prove this on a daily basis. Today, they were able to make a significant impact in securing their country, their homes and their families."

some love for the Army

1 bde 3 ID


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Cool Picture


Iraqi infantry: Weapon safe, finger out of the trigger guard looking outbound looks like he has the basics right.


Thursday, February 7, 2008

Justification of Training children jihadis

By the way, for those Muslims who are wondering about the Shari’ ruling of this, there are a few points to know:
a. The children were not fighting in the video. They were merely imitating the Mujaahideen and showing their support.
b. Indeed the children in that video were training for Jihaad, and this is what Islaam tells the parents to do. Training for Jihaad is an ‘Ibaadah (act of worship) and it purifies the soul greatly. So instead of having our children grow up in Kaafir societies as wimps, imitating the corrupt celebrities, and speaking foolishness, we have a better alternative.
c. When Jihaad is fard ‘ayn, the ruling is as follows:
The Maliki Fiqh states,
جاء في حاشية الدسوقي: (ويتعين الجهاد بفجء العدو)، قال الدسوقي: (أي توجه الدفع بفجئ } مفاجأة } على كل أحد وإن امرأة أو عبدا أو صبيا، ويخرجون ولو منعهم الولي والزوج ورب الدين)
In Hashiyat ad Dussuqi it is stated: Jihad becomes Fard Ayn upon a surprise attack by the enemy. Dussuqi said:”Wherever this happens, jihad immediately becomes Fard ‘Ayn upon everybody, even women, slaves and children, and they march out even if their guardians, husbands and creditors forbid them to.” [Hashiyat ad Dussuqi 2/174]

The writer compares fireams safety classes and firearms instruction that occurs in the US to teaching children how to
1. breach houses
2. kidnap people
3. practice their suicide bomb speaches.

Trust me here folks my father,hunters safety instructor, and my Marine shooting instructor did not encourage me to martyr myself.

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

The Country v Berkeley

Yes I have been quietly fuming about this for along time and firing off letters to the city council, mayor, and anyone else I can think of for those that think this is not real Zombie has the pictures.

Berkeley City Council called the Marine Corps and it recruiters "uninvited and unwelcome intruders" and reserving curb space for the convenience of weekly protesters?
Berkley city information:
Contact info:
Mayor - Tom Bates
2180 Milvia Street, Berkeley, CA 94704
Email: mayor@ci.berkeley.ca.us
TEL: (510) 981-7100FAX: (510) 981-7199
TDD: (510) 981-6903O
ffice Hours: Mon-Fri 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
====================CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS====================
Linda Maio
Phone: (510) 981-7110FAX: (510) 981-7111
Email: lmaio@ci.berkeley.ca.us
Darryl Moore
Phone: (510) 981-7120
Email: dmoore@ci.berkeley.ca.us
Maxwell Anderson
Phone: (510) 981-7130
Email: manderson@ci.berkeley.ca.us
Dona Spring
Phone: (510) 981-7140
Email: spring@ci.berkeley.ca.us
Laurie Capitelli
Phone: (510) 981-7150
Email: lcapitelli@ci.berkeley.ca.us
Betty Olds
Phone: (510) 981-7160
Email: olds@ci.berkeley.ca.us
Kriss Worthington
Phone: (510) 981-7170
Email: kworthington@ci.berkeley.ca.us
Gordon Wozniak
Phone: (510) 981-7180
Email: GWozniak@ci.berkeley.ca.us
City AuditorAnn Marie
TEL: (510) 981-6750,
TDD: (510) 981-6903
Office Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm
Email: auditor@ci.berkeley.ca.us

Go get them

Rescue

11 yr old Iraqi boy rescued by Iraqi Counter-Terrorism forces on January 29, 2008 and being reunited with his parents. This boy was held for ransom for 3 days for $100,000 prior to be rescued. The kidnappers were an AQI kidnapping cell raising money to fund future AQI operations. The kidnappers threatened to behead to young boy.


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Our Friends to the North


Canada says Taliban direct assaults growing more rare. Because they keep getting their butts kicks. However as good as their soldiers are doing their diplomats are doing whatever they can to loose the battle at home by their slimy political correctness. Call it what it is islum promotes jihad and is the scourge of our time.

Do these folks plan on making everyone mad?

RAFAH, Gaza Strip -- Egyptian forces and Hamas police exchanged fire across the Gaza-Egypt border Monday, and defiant Hamas leaders warned they would not permit Gaza's resealed frontier to remain closed for long.

Palis throwing stones at the Egyptian border guards. I mean really these people have not concept of idea of what a border is. They think they are owed everything and what they are not giving they will take by violence. I do not respect them, I do not feel sorry for them they have had opportunity to make peace and dont.

Oh and some of the basic good these people bought were electronics, motorcycles etc where do the poor oppressed people get that kinda money.

If you dont read anything else go read this

FALLUJAH – The United States military plans to formally hand over Anbar Province to the Iraqis this spring because the insurgency truly is finished in that part of the country. Most Americans have heard about the success in this province by now, but few seem to be aware that the cities of Anbar were the scenes of the most ferocious fighting: Ramadi, Haditha, and – worst of all – Fallujah.

Again Mr. Totten's insight is outstanding nothing like boots on the ground and eyes on to get the truth.

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Hello all I have been absent for a few days

Been having to deal with getting into school it is 20 late but I am going to finish school. Then had brain issues. Now onto news. I think this week we are going to start off with pictures.