The troubling chain of terrorist events and mass invasions by way of migration into European nations as well as Canada and the USA paint a picture of a crime spree of grotesque proportions.
Neither Sherlock Homes nor “Colombo” would fail to see the connectivity in all of it. Yet, we have soft people with soft minds constantly finding new ways to blame the victims, all the while denying the connectivity to events that have moved well repeated coincidences and into the realm of a master plan to bring about islamist caliphates worldwide.
The situation is beyond pervasive. You can conduct your own research of terrorist events throughout the world. The facts are easily available on the internet- often (even) sourced from major media outlets world-wide. Spend a few minutes with a simple “search” of “terrorist events” and you will come to understand the increased frequency and monumental proportions of human suffering left on the pages of 20th and 21st Century history. The “fingerprints” in all cases are entirely muslim.
The Suadi Connection
“Saudi Arabia is said to be the world’s largest source of funds and promoter of Salafist jihadism, which forms the ideological basis of terrorist groups such as al-Qaeda, Taliban, ISIS and others. … Kuwait is described as a “source of funds and a key transit point” for al-Qaida and other militant groups.”
An article in the Huffington Post (By Terry Strada , Gordon Haberman , Curtis F. Brewer, dated March 21, 2016) begin by reminding that the overwhelming majority (15) of the 19 terrorists who hijacked four commercial aircraft in the USA on 9/11 were Saudi nationals. Similarly, Osama Bin Laudin was a Saudi.
The Huffington article is NOT the work of “ink-stained wenches” or media moguls. The article has its source from actual victims of Islamic terrorism. Terry Strada, widow of Tom Strada, North Tower ; Gordon Haberman, father of Andrea Haberman, North Tower and Curtis F. Brewer, husband of Carol Demitz, South Tower (family of World Trade Centre Victims)
Rather than leading the way in a fight against world-wide terrorism, large bodies of evidence establishes that Saudi money finances the terrorist activities of all muslim radical groups involved in terrorism.
Micah Zenko, a veteran of the (USA)State Department’s Office of Policy Planning and senior fellow at the Washington-based Council on Foreign Relations, said this week that the idea of the Saudis leading the fight against terrorism was akin to a “[drug] cartel leading a counternarcotics campaign.”
In addition to direct financial support, Saudi money is the mainstay source of weapons purchases and propaganda publications used to “radicalize” islmists world wide by way of Saudi’s almost exclusive commitment to the Wahhabi movement of Sunni Islam.
Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton said, “donors in Saudi Arabia constitute the most significant source of funding to Sunni terrorist groups worldwide.” She made mention of several of those funded groups in previously “classified” government documents and mentioned al-Qaeda, the Taliban, LeT (the Tamil, LTTE group) and other terrorist groups.
It is “somewhat ironic” that in 2008 (Wikileaks cabe message) King Abdullah and the various Saudi princes used a military idiom in beseeching the United States to “cut the head off the snake” in dealing with Iran. Since Iran residents are Shia and not Saudi Sunni’s, the self serving request by the Saudi’s had obvious bias.
The original source of the term, “cut off the snake’s head” has been lost in antiquity but it makes perfect sense that severing the most dangerous part of an enemy would render all the other parts useless. We are long-past the point of “nipping this menace in the bud”.
The central and most damaging part of “terrorism” is fear. Perhaps the best tool available to mankind today to deal with merchants of fear is to employ fear in a global war against all terrorism.
HAJJ Ideal Timing for Halal Crispy Criters
Each year, millions of muslim congregate in the Saudi City of Mecca. This year’s event will take place from August 30th through September 4th. Simultaneously, about 200 miles north of Mecca, another hoard of muslims are to meet in Medina .
The annual “pilgrimage” traditionally draws enormous crowds and, the middle of the Saudi kingdom is the legitimate head of the snake.
Sometimes, even monstrously draconian actions are warranted if a wider “common good” can be achieved. The decision to employ atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945 claimed 225,000 fatalities and injuries. But in a wider view point, it brought an end to a brutal war that Japan had waged throughout south-east Asia for nearly a decade. Long before the Japanese attack on the US naval base at Pearl Harbor the Japanese “imperial forces” had waged a gruesome war in the region. Tens of thousands of Indonesians, Indians and Chinese had fallen victims to Japanese genocide in the region.
Within 24 hours of the atomic bombs (Fat Man at Hiroshima and Little Boy at Nagasaki the Japanese government begged for terms of surrender and likely saved hundreds of thousands of lives.
Nurturing terrorism has one singular effect. In all the analysis there is a singular and entirely obvious failure. One can not apply logic to illogical situations where failure to act with certainty merely empowers the terrorists to see how much more they can get away with.
Free men and women around the world are each the target of worse and more severe terrorist actions and remind that we are not dealing with reasonable people. To condone or merely pay lip service to a horrendous and fact growing problem permits more recruitment into terrorist forces and shortens the time until terrorism will visit your town, your neighborhood or your street.
A calculated atomic strike of Medina and Mecca, leveling both sites may well be what is required for future and long term peace. Unfortunately, our own sense of decency and humanity stand it the way and, thus has become useful tools of the terrorists.
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