Pentagon

The Jihad Decade Cometh, Wait Wait

As news cycles come and go talking of the same old same old, it seems as if the gloves are still off as we barrel toward Campaign 2010 in full repetitive inconsequential fluff. From the always rock solid American Thinker: S WE LOOK BACK on the past ten years, it is clear that we are now entering a post-American decade. How did it all go so wrong so quickly? The year 2000 kicked off with the Democrat ruse of a "stolen election"—this from the racketeering party wogs of ACORN—but thankfully, it was not stolen, after all. George W. Bush took...

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More Translation Follies?

Oh no, here we go again. More excuses to hire more Muslims in sensitive government agency jobs, while rejecting Jewish applicants who are well-versed in these languages. Why reject Jewish and other linguistic experts? Because the Muslim religious mafia objects, that's why, and what oil-greased Muslim thugs demand, oil-greased Muslim thugs get. Despite the fact that several of these folks have been arrested on charges of espionage, have lobbied for special privileges and set asides at various agencies, and have conducted various other acts of jihad right under the nose of our own homeland security forces, the stealth jihad rolls...


Infiltrator Gets The Pentagon Boot

n a stunning turn of events, a high-level Muslim military aide, or infiltrator, blamed for costing an intelligence contractor his job will step down from his own Pentagon post. Three cheers for rational thought! Meanwhile, his rival, Maj. Stephen Coughlin, a leading authority on Islamic war doctrine, may stay in the Pentagon, moving from the office of the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to the office of the secretary of defense. However, sources say a former U.S. ambassador to Turkey is trying to block his new contract. The top Pentagon aide, Egyptian-born Hesham H. Islam, came under a...


US Security And Islam

e continue to read that Defense officials involved in waging the global war against Islamist extremism are increasingly frustrated by the apparent failure of senior military and civilian officials in distinguishing between the good guys and the bad guys in this task of assuring national security. In fact, as far as most of us who aren't fixated on celebrity sightings and other useless pursuits of happiness are concerned these so-called community outreach efforts have helped legitimize some U.S. Islamic groups with covert or overt ties to extremists, a problem that also is occurring at the FBI and Justice Department. The...


Redefining The War

Hugh Fitzgerald has another point to make, and we take notice: war is on now. It will not be a "long war" (Cheney) or a "war lasting 20-40 years" (Blair). It is rather a war without end, for Islam commands Believers to remain in a permanent state of war—though not necessarily open warfare—against Infidels. It is a war that can be handled, contained, managed—but only if the Infidels, and those who presume to instruct and protect the peoples of Bilad al-kufr, the Lands of the Infidels, realize that the "war" is not only, and not even mainly, to be fought...