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Syrian Islamists massacre 120 civilians yet Kerry open to Islamist State

crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper, and Patriot.

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What can the world expect other than a muddled foreign policy when the man who sets it is a Muslim?

When he enters any situation in Sand Land, the Muslim Brotherhood usually end up in control.

If Obama wanted any success why would he surround himself with the likes of John “I shot myself in the foot to get a purple heart,” Kerry as SOS?

For those who may doubt that Obama is still a Muslim and believe I’m being a bit extreme, prove it.  Or see Kitman and Taqiyya defined in the Qur’an.

Jim Kouri
Law Enforcement Examiner
 

Despite rampant violence perpetrated by radical Muslims on innocent Syrian civilians, Secretary of State John Kerry told the Middle Eastern news media on Tuesday that he may be prepared to meet with Islamists regarding a future caliphate once President Bashir al-Assad and his government are deposed.

At the same time as the Syrian government complained about mass-killings by their Islamist enemies, Secretary Kerry said Tuesday that “it is possible” the United States would meet with a newly formed Islamist Syrian rebel alliance, according to Arutz Sheva.

Islamist members of the Syrian rebel forces massacred about 120 civilians in a village outside of Damascus, according to a statement from Syria’s Foreign Ministry released on Monday.

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American taxpayers…did you know Obama may be getting ready to attack Syria on behalf of al-Qaeda jihadists?

crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

With Putin, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and other despots backing Assad why is Obama so dead set on allowing the civil war to play out? 

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Haven’t we been led to believe he is for Democracy? 

New Centcom underground war room in Amman for US intervention in Syria. Who’s next – Egypt?

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DEBKA  Gen. Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, was in Amman this week to inaugurate the Centcom’s Forward Command in Jordan manned by 273 US officers.  

The US Air Force command section is in direct communication with the US, Israeli, Jordanian and Saudi Air Force headquarters ready for an order by President Barack Obama to impose a partial no-fly zone over Syrian air space.Another section is designed to coordinate operations between US and Jordanian special forces, as well as the units trained in commando combat by US instructors in Jordan.  

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A closed section houses CIA personnel who control the work of US agents going in and out of Syria and also a communications center.  There are today some 1,000 US military personnel in the Hashemite Kingdom, plus a squadron of F-16 fighters and several Patriot anti-missile batteries strung along the Jordanian-Syrian border to shield Jordanian and American bases and the capital, Amman.

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Obama’s final decision on US military intervention – consisting of a no fly and a buffer zone in Syria – is expected in the coming two to three weeks, depending on Dempsey’s recommendations upon his return to Washington after checking out preparations in Israel and Jordan. In neither operation will US boots touch Syrian soil. The buffer zone in the south up to Damascus would be captured by 3,000 al-Qaeda-linked FSA rebels trained in special operations tactics and armed by US forces in Jordan.

Obama Admin Approves Saudi Arabia For Program That Allows Wahhabis To Bypass Normal Airport Security

jc4Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

Further evidence that Obama is trying to bring down America.

Did his new Secretary of State cut his first deal?

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Apparently the usurper would do well to listen to is buddy Chucky Schumer who recently stated, “

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Chuck is ready for shooting rag head are you?

“The Wahhabi presence in the United States is a foreboding one that has potententially harmful and far-reaching consequences for our nation’s mosques, schools, prisons and even our military. My fear is, if we don’t wake up and take action now, those influenced by Wahabbism’s extremist ideology will harm us in as of yet unimaginable ways.” -U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY)

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The Wahhabi sect of Islam is the purest and most violent form of Sunni Islam beliefs. It derives its name from the 18th Century Muslim scholar, Muhammad bin Abd al Wahhab.

He taught that true Muslims had to swear loyalty to their religious leader and to follow his teachings in all ways. It also requires that those who wanted to be considered true Muslims must join in jihad (holy war). The objective of this jihad is to convert or kill all non-Muslims, and those who leave Islam. Osama bin Laden is a follower of Wahhabi Islam and founded the terrorist group al Qaeda on Wahhabi beliefs.

Special Travel Benefit for Saudis a “Slap in the Face”

As liberals whine if Obama loses Wild Bill For America sees a business opportunity

By Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist and Patriot.

To say Wild Bill for America is on the money is clearly an understatement. 

He tells it like it is better than 90% of the those that consider themselves pundits. 

While political pundits are frequently wrong, Wild Bill rarely if ever is.

Wild Bill for America’s Tea Party Travel Agency for Liberals Featuring One Way Tickets to the destinations of his choice. 

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message

 

Within the Muslim world Gay Scene: ‘Forbidden, but alive and well even with death assured when caught

Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist and Patriot

The video below by Pat Condell nails the hypocrisy of the treatment of gays in the Muslim world.

It becomes even more bizarre when one considers that a frequent excuse by older gay men for taking young boys is that they can’t make contact with burqa clad women.

Their solution, develop a relationship with a young boy, of 7 or 8 years of age, take him, teach him, use him but by all means return him and out him before he turns 18 because after all, the young man is gay but of course the older man is no such thing.   So the young man is hung, beaten to death or burned to death and the old man picks a new victim.
Two young gay men were found dead recently in Baghdad’s Sadr City slum, wearing diapers and women’s lingerie–at least according to reports. The bodies of four other men, beaten to death, were discovered by Iraqi police, each bearing signs reading “pervert” in Arabic on their chests. Additionally several coffee shops in Sadr, that were popular with gay Iraqis have been set on fire recently.
Islam and homosexuality Straight but narrow. A debate about homosexuality in Islam is beginning. But in Muslim lands persecution—and hypocrisy—are still rife with hypocrisy.
The Economist

ONE leaflet showed a wooden doll hanging from a noose and suggested burning or stoning homosexuals. “God Abhors You” read another. A third warned gays: “Turn or Burn”. Three Muslim men who handed out the leaflets in the English city of Derby were convicted of hate crimes on January 20th. One of them, Kabir Ahmed, said his Muslim duty was “to give the message.”

That message—at least in the eyes of religious purists— is uncompromising condemnation. Of the seven countries that impose the death penalty for homosexuality, all are Muslim. Even when gays do not face execution, persecution is endemic.

In 2010 a Saudi man was sentenced to 500 lashes and five years in jail for having sex with another man. In February last year, police in Bahrain arrested scores of men, mostly other Gulf nationals, at a “gay party”. Iranian gay men are typically tried on other trumped-up charges. But in September last year three were executed specifically for homosexuality. (Lesbians in Muslim countries tend to have an easier time: in Iran they are sentenced to death only on the fourth conviction.) (complete article below)

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Update: Obama has changed the rules again on combat pay for US forces!

Commentary by Jim Campbell

Apparently being mortally wounded or severely injured isn’t considered being shot at, so says Obama who has never served our country in combat. It is now quite clear that if a decision is to be made Obama will make the wrong one.  What decision has he made that has been right for “our” country?  (emphasis on our not his!)

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.

So I just got a letter from MyPay (the way we get paid in the military), saying that I will only reason Combat Pay while deployed for the days that I take fire or am in a hostile area. Now, as an Infantry Marine, I’m constantly in a combat zone…it may not always be popping off, but for them to take that away from us is bullshit. Now, the aviation tech who sits on Camp Leatherneck, sure, I can see him not getting Combat Pay, but to take it away from the grunts, the ground pounders, the front line of defense…come on, Uncle Sam. You let the Liberals win a big one here… Marine from Florida (We are not posting his name for obvious reasons)

According to Military.com, and the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 (H.R. 1540-7 Sec 616) as of February 1, 2012, this new measure went into effect, and soldiers who are to receive the additional $225/mo. combat pay ‘must’ be in immediate risk of harm. The measure is very specific in its criteria for receiving the additonal pay.

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Syria as a Battleground for Saudi Arabia and Iran

Stratfor Global Intelligence Reports

Summary

The continuing unrest in Syria is turning the country into another battleground in the regional competition between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Syria and Iran have long been allies; were a Sunni Arab regime with closer ties to Riyadh to take the place of the Alawite minority-led government in Damascus, the loss to Tehran’s regional influence would be profound. While Saudi Arabia has not actively sought to topple the Syrian regime, Syria’s present crisis presents an opportunity for Saudi Arabia to turn back the gains Iran has made since 2003 — though Tehran can be expected to put considerable resources toward ensuring the Syrian regime’s survival.


Syria as a Battleground for Saudi Arabia and Iran
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Saudi King Abdullah with Syrian President Bashar al Assad (L), and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad with al Assad
Analysis

As the uprising against Syrian President Bashar al Assad’s regime enters its fifth month, the Syrian government has escalated its crackdown, with tanks besieging the restive city of Hama on July 31 and Syrian forces killing at least 200 people over the course of the ensuing four days, according to media reports. Political reform initiatives offered by the al Assad regime have failed to quell the unrest, and the government’s heavy use of force in the face of mounting casualties has pressured international stakeholders to address the situation.

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