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Why We are Being Attacked by Terrorists in the United States

Here are the reasons why we are being attacked by terrorists (second one this year) and will continue to be attacked in the ensuing three years:



1. The democrats and the Obama administration have returned the country back to a pre-9/11 mentality.


2. Terrorists are being read Miranda Rights when captured on the battlefield and given full American citizen rights and trial by jury.


3. Terrorists are given the rights provided to uniformed soldiers by the Geneva Convention even though they don’t comply with the Geneva Convention.


4. Terrorism is considered as police action instead of war.


5. The Guantanamo Detention Facility is being closed down.


6. Gitmo detainees will be brought into a prison in Illinois and possibly other prisons.


7. Terrorism incidents are now considered as “man-made disasters.”


8. Terrorists are not considered as “enemy combatants” any longer but as “detainees” upon capture and incarceration in Gitmo.


9. The Global War on Terror (GWOT) is not considered a war anymore but a “offshore contingency operation.”


10. Terrorists are now considered as “persons with behavioral problems.”


11. Returning American warfighters from Iraq and Afghanistan are considered a potential domestic terrorist threat.


12. Waterboarding has been outlawed and not used any longer. The liberals consider it as torture.


13. Special Operations Forces soldiers are being tried in court for smacking a terrorist in the mouth. The terrorist was part of the killing of American contractor personnel in Iraq, dismembering and burning their bodies, and hanging them on a bridge over the Tigris (or it may be the Euphrates) River in Iraq.


14. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM) will be sent to New York for trial (the mastermind of the 9/11 attack on the United States) as well as other terrorist leaders.


15. General Stanley A. McChrystal, the current Commander, International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) and Commander, U.S. Forces Afghanistan was given only ¾ (30,000 out of 40,000) of the troops he asked for to achieve victory in the Afghanistan War.


16. Obama took three months to make that weak decision, dithering along the way, and developing a weak, no-win strategy for the Afghanistan War.


17. Announcing a withdrawal date from Afghanistan. Stupid decision.


18. The terrorists are emboldened by Obama’s apparent delayed decisions and weak leadership.


19. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is making a fool out of Obama. Obama puts his hand out, and Ahmadinejad slaps it. Obama does not actively support the Iranian freedom fighters.


20. Appointment of a weak Attorney General Eric Holder and weak Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano. They should be impeached.


21. Weakened and demoralized the CIA by bringing to trial those who water-boarded KSM et al.


22. Weakened the U.S. military by canceling a missile defense program and the production program of F-22 fighters.


23. Supporting HAMAS activists with $900 million in aid for rebuilding the HAMAS-controlled Gaza Strip.


24. Allowing up to 35 terrorist training camps to operate in U.S. soil without closing them down.


25. Bending over backwards with political correctness (PC) in allowing Muslims in America to have rights not provided to Christians and Jews.



I can go on and on. However, you get the idea of what Obama and his administration has been doing to weaken America, which motivates the terrorists to conduct their attacks on us. And the liberal democrats are trying to blame the Republicans for the problems with terrorists. Can you imagine after doing all of the above, Obama and his administration have the audacity to say that America is safer today than it was during the eight years of the Bush administration? These people are in Lala-land.



My recent book on Obama’s Agenda: Fundamentally Transforming the United States of America covers most if not all of the above items. Furthermore, I am doing my doctoral research and dissertation on “Exploring the Factors Contributing to Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Attacks on the United States Homeland.” I will be documenting what is in store for the United States in these trying times. Be prepared by becoming knowledgeable of the threat and what you must do for survival.

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  • Josh 2009/12/30 22:09:48
    Josh
    +3
    We should lock up every Muslim in an internment camp until the GWOT ends, and we should nuke major population centers in Iran, North Korea, Pakistan and any other hostile nation until they unconditionally comply with all of our demands. We should also contact the Birch society to get tips on how to handle “leaders” that might be classified as threats "domestic." Cough Coughsecretmuslimcommunistsgh! Then when everything is worked out, we should commission a cadre of filmmakers to produce "patriotic" public information reels to be mandatorily aired in public schools to promote the necessity of these just actions in the courageous defense of freedom and liberty. Of course we will need to silence liberals in the media who oppose these actions. Glen Beck could run for a senate seat and conduct "investigations" to weed out these communist "domestic" enemies before they unleash the domino effect on this great country. I just hope all the promotion (not propaganda) we use doesn't create any more naive idealists who try to weaken our country in an effort to “maintain” a "shining city on a hill" that never was and never can be. Survival means making hard choices. Total war! Stupid liberals! BTW: Uncle Bob, how did Grandma & Grandpa escape the Japanese internment camps?

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  • Josh 2009/12/30 22:09:48
    Josh
    +3
    We should lock up every Muslim in an internment camp until the GWOT ends, and we should nuke major population centers in Iran, North Korea, Pakistan and any other hostile nation until they unconditionally comply with all of our demands. We should also contact the Birch society to get tips on how to handle “leaders” that might be classified as threats "domestic." Cough Coughsecretmuslimcommunistsgh! Then when everything is worked out, we should commission a cadre of filmmakers to produce "patriotic" public information reels to be mandatorily aired in public schools to promote the necessity of these just actions in the courageous defense of freedom and liberty. Of course we will need to silence liberals in the media who oppose these actions. Glen Beck could run for a senate seat and conduct "investigations" to weed out these communist "domestic" enemies before they unleash the domino effect on this great country. I just hope all the promotion (not propaganda) we use doesn't create any more naive idealists who try to weaken our country in an effort to “maintain” a "shining city on a hill" that never was and never can be. Survival means making hard choices. Total war! Stupid liberals! BTW: Uncle Bob, how did Grandma & Grandpa escape the Japanese internment camps?
  • Bob Uda Josh 2009/12/31 05:31:25
    Bob Uda
    Hi Nephew Josh,

    I always thought you were a raving liberal. You've got some extreme views (even if written in jest). Your sister, Rachel, recently had an epiphany and converted to conservatism. How do you align your politics with your mom and dad?

    My dad (your grandpa) escaped the internment camps because he lived in Hawaii, built bomb shelters for the military, and wore a black armband. He headed a team of construction men called "The Black Band Boys." That was his form of protest. My mom (your grandma) escaped the camps because she was raising me. I was conceived in November 1941 and was born in August 1942. So, we escaped the detention or internment camps in the States (I call them concentration camps). One day, a soldier pointed the business end of the barrel of his M-1 rifle at my dad's head and told him, "If you make a wrong move, I'll blow your brains out." That's what he had to live under.
  • Josh Bob Uda 2010/01/11 06:57:33 (edited)
    Josh
    Aloha, Uncle Robert,

    Before I answer your questions, I just want to say that I have always had the greatest respect and admiration for you, not just for your many achievements, but for the strength of your character, for your goodness as a person, and for your love as an uncle. I admire you for being a critical thinker, for analyzing important issues so carefully, and for being courageous enough about your beliefs and convictions to share them so openly and passionately with others. I hope anyone who reads this post goes on to buy your thought-provoking book and the many others you have written. Your service to our country in uniform and as a civilian is a testament to your true patriotism and dedication to our nation.

    Please know that my comments were not necessarily meant to oppose your views, but to draw attention to the complexity of your views and the problematic nature of your conclusions. For example, you complain that our government reads Miranda rights and gives due process to suspected terrorists, yet in the same breath, you complain that our government is identifying our returning war veterans as "suspected terrorists." Should a nation that can target the best and most heroic of its citizens as suspected terrorists have the authority to conduct warrantless surve...





















    Aloha, Uncle Robert,

    Before I answer your questions, I just want to say that I have always had the greatest respect and admiration for you, not just for your many achievements, but for the strength of your character, for your goodness as a person, and for your love as an uncle. I admire you for being a critical thinker, for analyzing important issues so carefully, and for being courageous enough about your beliefs and convictions to share them so openly and passionately with others. I hope anyone who reads this post goes on to buy your thought-provoking book and the many others you have written. Your service to our country in uniform and as a civilian is a testament to your true patriotism and dedication to our nation.

    Please know that my comments were not necessarily meant to oppose your views, but to draw attention to the complexity of your views and the problematic nature of your conclusions. For example, you complain that our government reads Miranda rights and gives due process to suspected terrorists, yet in the same breath, you complain that our government is identifying our returning war veterans as "suspected terrorists." Should a nation that can target the best and most heroic of its citizens as suspected terrorists have the authority to conduct warrantless surveillance, or to imprison "suspected terrorists" indefinitely without charge or trial, or to use enhanced interrogation tactics on those "suspected terrorists?"

    I don’t think there is a right or wrong answer to that question. I think it depends on your values and your understanding of statistical quality control. In other words, we will inevitably make mistakes in our efforts to stop evil, so we must choose which type of error we prefer: Type I or Type II. Would we rather accidentally convict a few innocents to ensure that we punish all of the guilty – Type I Error, or would we rather accidently protect some of the guilty to ensure protection of the innocent – Type II Error?

    Islamist extremists answered this question with Sharia law, the Type I Error. Our founding fathers answered this question with The Constitution of The United States, the Type II Error.

    The rights we reluctantly give to the unworthy, are only given to ensure the protection of the innocent. That is the nature of our rule-of-law system. This preference for the Type II Error is not a liberal view, Uncle Robert. It is a distinctly conservative view. It is the view that government should not be given powers without safeguards against abuse. It represents hallmark conservative distrust of the government.

    You said you had always thought I was a “raving liberal” and asked how my views aligned with the views of my parents. Well, my parents are conservative. I may not be a staunch conservative, but on a spot check: I think abortion as “birth control” is murder; I think homosexuality is unnatural, unhealthy, and immoral; I am a card-carrying member of the NRA and a CWP holder; I think forced redistribution of wealth is armed robbery; I believe in capitalism and free-market economics; and I believe in peace and security through a strong national defense. Admittedly, I don’t believe in creating laws to enforce my religious views – I’d rather try to change hearts than laws – but I’m still pretty sure I don’t pass the raving liberal test.

    Ultimately, however, my political leanings have little bearing here. My remarks in my original post reflect a view shared by conservatives and liberals alike; my remarks reflect a strong passion for defending our constitution above all else, even at the cost of American lives. That may not make sense to some people, but I would hope that you might understand. When you joined the Air Force, you did not take an oath to protect American lives; you swore to “support and defend The Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.” Sometimes, American lives must be sacrificed to keep that oath.

    Now, I recognize that we have not always chosen our values over our lives. The Japanese “Concentration Camps” – as you rightfully call them – were a testament to that fact. You called the actions I recommended (in jest) extreme views. Let’s not forget, however, that we did lock up thousands of innocent Japanese-Americans in internment camps. And we did nuke major population centers in Japan until Japan unconditionally surrendered. Those extreme views were enacted in fear and desperation by this nation. That is how we defended our lives, not by honoring civil liberties or human rights, but by violating our own constitution and by committing war crimes. It was horrible… but it was necessary to save American lives.

    You see, we do not disagree about what must be done to stop Terrorist Attacks. The gloves must come off. You are right on all counts. I just think it is more important for us to defend the constitution.

    When I suggested we intern Muslims and nuke cities, I was being sarcastic (in Stephen Colbert fashion), but in a way, I was being serious. I actually believe that if we truly want to stop terrorists from attacking us, we cannot fight with one hand tied behind our back. We MUST opt for total war. That is the only way to stop all attacks and protect all American lives, but it is not the way to win this fight. If our enemies establish a Caliphate and replace our constitution with Sharia law, we lose. If we replace our constitution with our own Type I Error system in order to stop them, we still lose.

    I want to save American lives. I want to stop terrorists from attacking us, but I want even more to defend the Constitution of the United States of America. I am willing to fight for it, and I am also willing to die for it. I am not naïve enough to believe that we can stop terrorists if we try to preserve civil liberties and uphold human rights. I know that by attempting to uphold those ideals, we make ourselves vulnerable to another attack, but I believe it takes true courage and patriotism to accept that risk knowingly.

    I respect President Obama’s commitment to keeping his oath. He never swore to protect American lives. He swore to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.” So did you. Sometimes that requires sacrificing the lives of our brave soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines. Sometimes that requires risking the lives of American citizens.

    Uncle Robert, you clearly know what must be done to stop attacks, and I know what must be done. I also know what will happen if we don’t do it, and I am not afraid! As long as others like me continue to defend the constitution, innocent civilians will not be interned, cities will not be razed, civil liberties will be preserved, human rights will be upheld, and we WILL be attacked… and some of us will die. The tree of liberty will be watered with the blood of patriots, but we will have held true to our values. We will have kept our solemn oaths, and we will have preserved our liberty for generations to come.
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  • REFUSENICK1967 2009/12/30 19:58:16
    REFUSENICK1967
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  • Bob Uda REFUSEN... 2009/12/30 21:15:26
    Bob Uda
    +1
    Yes, the Obama weakening of our defenses is costing us a lot of money and will cost us a whole lot more before his term is over in 2012.
  • REFUSEN... Bob Uda 2009/12/30 21:47:43
    REFUSENICK1967
    We have spent 1 Trillion in IRAQ,And are we any safer,Big No, But a lot of politicians and there friends are now Billionaires
  • Bob Uda REFUSEN... 2009/12/30 22:01:27
    Bob Uda
    +1
    They are all a bunch of crooks! Who said, "Crime doesn't pay"? For crooked politicians and their friends, crime pays. They should all be thrown into jail. Bunch of idiots!
  • REFUSEN... Bob Uda 2009/12/30 22:04:31
    REFUSENICK1967
    100% Correct..............
  • chuck 2009/12/30 19:04:06
    chuck
    obama traitors all
  • ὤTṻnde΄ӂ 2009/12/30 18:41:51
    ὤTṻnde΄ӂ
    How many people have been killed by terrorists under Bush's watch? It is very possible that 9/11 would not have happened if Bush hadn't failed to do his job. He knew for 8 months that there were Al Qaeda plans to fly passenger jets into some of America's tallest buildings. What did Bush do? He packed his bag and went on vacation for SIX WEEKS returning 4 days before 9/11. He knew about this plot but considered a very low priority. That's using intelligence........he got presidential daily briefings every day he was at Crawford and he still ignored the warnings. So don't talk about Obama moving us back to pre 9/11. There have not been any successful terrorist on America's soil under Obama. (Hasan wasn't tied to other terrorists like Al Qaeda) So your entire premise is wrong, and therefore the 25 points are irrelevant. Such hypocrisy.
  • Bob Uda ὤTṻnde΄ӂ 2009/12/30 19:16:04 (edited)
    Bob Uda
    +1
    Same old mantra. Blame Bush for everything. When are you folks going to start taking responsibility for the safety of the country? Will you do it after we vote Obama out of office in 2012? That's what will happen. But then, you folks will still blame Bush for Obama's defeat. LOL!
  • Kane Fe... ὤTṻnde΄ӂ 2009/12/30 20:18:50
    Kane Fernau
    The 9/11 terrorists were in the country taking flight lessons in 1995! The attack was planned during the Clinton administration. Bush left the Clinton policies in place and followed his lead.
  • Kane Fe... ὤTṻnde΄ӂ 2009/12/30 20:29:36
    Kane Fernau
    What was Clinton doing before the 2000 election? Bush kept the Clinton security policies in place. The terrorists planned the attack and took flight training classes during the Clinton years. There were warnings by FBI agents but were ignored. Bush had 7 months! If he would have taken any type of extreme measures the dems would have said Bush was a dictator!!!
  • BlackREBEL$OULJA 2009/12/30 18:34:29
    BlackREBEL$OULJA
    This is a video I post all over this was to me a signal to those idiots open season on America!!
  • Bob Uda BlackRE... 2009/12/30 19:27:52
    Bob Uda
    +2
    No doubt about it.
  • BlackRE... Bob Uda 2009/12/30 19:29:42
    BlackREBEL$OULJA
    It was a huge mistake letting that fool come here !
  • Bob Uda BlackRE... 2009/12/30 21:14:11
    Bob Uda
    +2
    Like all the other fools we allow to come here. We should get the UN to move off-shore to a place like Saudi Arabia.

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