What’s the message?

Msg. Feb 12, 2007; “Wake Up America!”

I just caluclated the money the U.S. has spent on the war in Afghanistan and Iraq could have funded over five and one half million four year college degrees. American security certainly is not free.

Iraq? Iran? Middle East Peace? Oil? Radical Islam? North Korea? What do we do now? That, is the question! Personally, instead of asking the American people to foot the bill, I think we should fire Condoleeza Rice, and find someone to start conducting an aggressive, effective, and massive diplomatic effort directed at the region and the world at large. An effort demonstrating why they are just as vulnerable to Islamic Fascism, and are ultimately co-responsible for securing Iraqi unity and peace; they should be helping the U.S. stabilize Iraq and protect the citizenry.

The world community should all be committing their troops and treasure as well; in order to muster an overwhelming force; The Powell Doctrine. Much like they do when cooperating on relief efforts to help other countries subsequent to natural disasters.

 Having deployed the unilateral Bush doctrine we have allowed the world community to become so utterly dysfuntional; to stand around and play like they’re  spectators while their house is burning down. This is the mistake that needs to be corrected.

It won’t just be the U.S. who suffers if the Iranians succeed in destablizing the entire middle east.

Its easier to criticize and pass non-binding resolutions than cooperate and build a reasoned concensus that demonstrates a unified front against the enemy. “I told you so,” isn’t constructive. Using the war effort to discredit the present administration for political gain and pleasure is at the very least, despicable.

WE ARE AT WAR! WAKE UP WORLD! WE ARE ALL AT WAR with a deadly enemy and  jihadist ideology that would like nothing better than to use the heart of the middle east for their terror platform. Estimates of global radical Islamist are approaching three-hundred million. Its time for the U.N. to step up and work for what it was empowered to do; promote peace, unity, and mutually assured survival against rogue nations and idealogues. It was not chartered to orchestrate the destruction and disassembly of the U.S.A.

WAKE UP AMERICA! WAKE UP AND SEE THE FACE OF YOUR ENEMY! They are here, now! We should not encourage them and give them hope, just because they hate George Bush. They hate us all.


February 13, 2007 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Msg. Feb. 7, 2007; “Terrorist’s Words”

“Radical Islam; Terror In Its Own Words” by Dead Messenger


Fox News reporter E.D. Hill presented a Fox News Special expose last weekend titled, “Radical Islam; Terror In Its Own Words,” in colaboration with Brigitte Gabriel, journalist, author, “Because They Hate” and President of the American Congress for Truth. Yesterday, I received an email from Ms. Gabriel in which she states, she belives  the American publc needs a weekly show she has proposed called, “Middle East Media Watch.”

Brigitte stated;

“I will be interviewed on Hannity and Colmes tonight discussing the hate teachings of Islam against the infidels, Jews and Christians, to children and adults here and around the world. Tune in and tell your friends.

They will be showing clips of the Fox Special “Radical Islam, in their own words” which I had worked on with E.D. Hill. The special will be airing again this coming weekend for those of you who missed it.

Make sure you email Fox News and thank them for having the courage to show such videos and air such a documentary. Here is the email address: Ask them to create more programming on this issue.

I had presented Fox News with a TV show titled: “Middle East Media Watch” which I have been working on for two years. Fox thought that there might not be enough interest in the American public to watch such a program on a weekly basis. So they decided to do documentaries instead to test the pulse of interest. I believe there is so much material to wake up the American public and to debate the issues.

I believe someone like me who comes from a Middle Eastern background can debate the issues with the Islamic imams or any of their spokespersons, cutting through the political correctness because I come from the Middle East and no one can accuse me of being racist. I know so much detail about the Arabic culture that I will stop them in their tracks when they try to pull any games designed to derail any westerner. I can open up their Koran and quote it in Arabic, my first tongue, and they cannot run circles around me with the translation issue. I beleive we need to expose the Muslim double talk by the insincere talking heads making excuses for anything and everything.

You need to let Fox know that there is a great interest in seeing a weekly show like that. If you agree, here is what you can email them:


Thank you for having the courage to air the special about Radical Islam this last weekend. You have been a shining light in the media bringing the important issues to light in a way that no other news network has done.

We encourage you to air more programming like this. We even welcome a weekly program designed to monitor the Arabic media and debate those clips with the so called moderate Muslims in America. You can probably use someone like Brigitte Gabriel who was interviewed on your special and speaks the Arabic language as her first tongue to debate them. I strongly encourage you to give the American public more of those types of programs. We as Americans need to see the face of the enemy we are dealing with and how they are preparing the next generation to kill us, so we may prepare our next generation to defend the freedoms and values our founding father died to establish in our great country. 

May God bless you for your courage and bless our great country.

(your name)

The above is a sample letter. Please change it as much as you want and personalize it. “

Because They Hate: A Survivor of Islamic Terror Warns America” by Brigitte Gabriel


February 7, 2007 Posted by | America, Immigration, Islamo Fascism | Leave a comment

Msg. Feb. 7, 2007; “Mr. Speaker!”



It appears the only guy who hasn’t announced his candidacy for Presdident of the US is former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich. By far, in my opinion, Mr. Gingrich is the most qualified man for the job. His command of the English language, knowledge of history, practiacal experience with the workings of governement, vision and concern for a better America demonstrate he would be a superior choice of any declared Presidential candidate today. Newt is, QUALIFIED!!

Speaker Gingrich is indeed a national treasure and asset. If he should decide to apply to the American People for the office of President, he comes with a platform that has already been well developed in the interveneing years since he last served his country in public office. He has been very active in the public and academic forums; as a college professor, author, TV news political analyst, congressional advisor, and public speaker.

Newt’s perspective of the future challanges and dangers facing America is instructive and comprehensive. In his own words, in a recent speech (Nov. 2006; Post Election Speech to GOPAC, see video above.), Newt stated,  “…We are the most successful, the wealthiest, and the most powerful nation in history because for generations, our parents and grandparents have worked and fought to develop the county we inherited.  And the reason I entitle my book “Winning the Future” is I want to send a single message, which is we can win the future; we will not inherit it.  We’re going to compete with China and India economically.  We’re going to have to absorb an enormous explosion of scientific knowledge.  We have to meet the challenge of the Baby Boomers living longer than any generation in history.  We have to understand the challenge of a government which is increasingly obsolete and increasingly ineffective.  And we have to understand the genuine threats to our survival internationally from terrorist groups and we have to beat back the secular academic legal challenge to the very core of American values. 

Now all of those things have to be done simultaneously.  We’re not given the privilege of ordering our history to appear seriatim because we’d like to deal with one at a time.  We have to deal with all of them.  I believe we will be, in the next 20 years, more challenged than any generation since Abraham Lincoln in 1861.  Now if you have to go look back to the scale of the Civil War and the degree to which required fundamental change in order for the union to survive to have any sense of what’s coming at the U.S. in the next 20 years.  And I don’t think we’re ready for it.  We don’t have a political structure that can describe it, a new media that can cover it, a leadership that can offer the solutions, or a government that can implement it.  And this will be a very, very significant period of change.  And I think the challenge to the Republicans is to be the party that has the courage to confront that reality and to deal with that reality.  …”

The Speakers’  21st Century Contract With America outlines the challanges and issues that face America and the goals to address them.  He warns us that we “…will not inherit America…[we’ll have to win it]…” I for one appreciate his warning that citizens and our government leaders urgently need to focus more on important issues and meaningful changes and less on partisan political tactics to gain power.

If you’re interested in learning more about the perspectives of a truly great leader you may visit Newt’s website

Speaker Gingrich’s  most recent books:

Winning the Future: A 21st Century Contract with America by Newt Gingrich

Rediscovering God in America: Reflections on the Role of Faith in Our Nation’s History and Future by Newt Gingrich

February 7, 2007 Posted by | America | Leave a comment

Msg. Feb. 3, 2007; “Mess of Millennia”


 Web of Deceit 1990: Sure Saddam, take Kuwait; Barry Lando

US Complicity with Saddam’s ’91 slaughter. PART 1/2

US complicit as Saddam annihilates 91 uprising PART 2/2

Barry Lando Interview with the Colbert Report: 

I was watching a pre-recorded author’s book review on CSPAN today; Web of Deceit: The History of Western Complicity in Iraq, from Churchill to Kennedy to George W. Bush by Barry M. Lando. Mr. Lando is unabashedly a self admitted dissenter of the current American military involvement in Iraq. I value his perspective on the history of American and western Europe’s,  involvement in Iraqi national politics. His  report may give us an important understanding about how “we” got into this perpetual middle eastern millennial mess. 

The author’s review and question/answer period excited my memory of the days just before operation Iraqi Freedom. I remember a phone conversation with my Dad, ‘I’m not worried about winning a military battle with Saadam,… he has defied the U.N. and weapons inspection protocols, …he is a ruthless tyrant, …but what are we going to do after he is defeated…that’s what worries me…’ And so, my worst fears have come true. It’s on the lips of all the hand wringing and debating American congressmen, several whom want to conduct American foreign policy independent of the executive branch, “…[a very grim situation]…”

Historically, the Iraqi morass we find ourselves in isn’t totally the making of George Bush II. As Mr. Lando said, “… there’s plenty of blame to go around.”  What’s disturbing to me is, we appear to be  repeating the failed attempt by the British, French, Italians, and Russians,  in the  previous Millenia during the early 20th century; the Sykes-Picot Agreement. They exploited wealth and bilaterally strategized how they would dominate and control regions and governments in the middle east after the fall of the Ottoman empire.

Such  partitions include most notably the formation of Palestine, Israel,  and Iraq as well as Jordan, Turkey, Syria, and Lebanon and several others.  In view of recent and successive historical events, not much seems to have changed middle eastern anger and hatred toward western europe and subsequently America.

What enrages me is, I believe the U.S. has allowed the progenitors of the Iraqi/middle east mess, at great expense to us,  to “get off the hook;” an escape by western European nations and other members of the United Nations shirking their international responsibility. It is my opinion, prior to invading Iraq, we should have “held their feet to the fire” and insisted “they” (the United ones),  review their involvement and responsibility for middle east peace. U.S. foreign policy should have made it clear, that “they” must back up their numerous and repeated U.N. resolutions agains Iraq, with their troops and treasure also.

Concomitantly, U.S.  mistakes in the middle east, have unilaterally provided the strategic self distraction and economic drag our current, potential and former enemies could previously only have hoped for.  As long as the U.S. remains isolated by the world community as a unilateral actor, we’re a weaker force. Our enemies are emboldened to aggressively persue their  mischevious and evil international and geopolitical agenda in the form of proxy warriors and nuclear/conventional weaponization.

I think it was important for America to have insisted on multinational support before the war in Iraq, but, we failed to do that.  Although, late as it may be, I believe that is what is urgently needed today. The United Nations seems to have failed its purpose to unite the nations of the world in peace and the rule of law enforced against nuclear rogue nations and sponsors of terrorism i.e. North Korea, Iran, Iraq, Lybia, Syria, and so on. Short of that, we find our nation  forced to protect our vital national interest,  which is access to middle eastern oil. Additionally, we must defend our nation, and others, against fascist Islamist using Fabian Strategy in the U.S.  conflict with Iraq, at home,  and other global fronts.

 If the U.N. isn’t willing to do their part and the American Public refuses to support expeditionary conflicts against our enemies we are left with one option, in my opinion. That is,  withdraw and garrison America and allow the reluctant and irresponsible nations in the region to settle the social and economic mess for the remainder of this millennia.

Frankly, I have no problem with an American  laissez faire foreign policy. We have plenty of domestic policies that have been completely neglected by the distractions of Iraq, and other geopolitical  issues not being resolved by the regional actors who should be active and responsible for seeking their resolution.

 Of course, we will have to be willing to  stay out of real and potential military conflicts which threaten the future of western Europe, Africa, Asia, and many other parts of the world. Just like world war II, they’ll come neighborly knocking on America’s door asking for our assistance, treasure, and troops, to save them from the threats they refused to face. 

Having garrisoned our country, withdrawn all foreign aid dollars,  and avoided the cost of future military support, such a U.S.  laissez faire policy could afford our diplomats and political leaders the opportunity to be a passive global as well as the U.N.s most ardent critic. Similar to the frequent criticisim the U.S. receives from U. N. members and many quarters of the globe. That way we won’t have to suffer the likes of Senator John Kerry sticking another foot in his mouth claiming America is the pariah of the world.

As I have stated before, I think the best we could do for our vital national interest is persue a vigorus policy of energy independence within ten years. And, limit our global humanitarian contributions to improving our educational institutions and providing universal access of quality education to U. S. Citizens. Further, exporting our superior educational services in the  humanites,  life sciences, political science, and world history, to students traveling to the U.S. from other countries. Additionally, constraining our military to protection of our continent except for humanitarian aid to nations suffering natural disasters, which they can pay us back for after they recover.  As Michael Savage stated, “…protect our borders, langauge, culture…[and standard of living].”

Why should our domestic economy and future well being be dependent on unlimited growth and population of our nation? I doubt we can sustain it. It seems to me,  our political leadership, the common good of our nation, and domestic policy,  is divided. It appears to me to be divided,  by the constant corporate and government emphasis on expanding and exploiting international markets and labor,  coupled with unrestrained and unlimited growth here at home. When is enough, enough? How many billionaires can we afford? Answer, maybe we’ll know sometime in the  next millennia. Did I say Mellennia? How about the next decade? A time when, there is no middle class left in the U.S.A. ; only the rich and the poor. We’ll be just like those western European and third world nations many Americans admire  today,  yet whom  criticise us the most.

February 3, 2007 Posted by | America, Islamo Fascism | Leave a comment

Msg. Jan 29, 2007; “Liv’n In America…”

In the article Hezbollah, Illegal Immigration, and the Next 9/11 By LTC Joseph Myers and Patrick Poole | April 28, 2006 the following quote from author and journalist Barbara Newman tells us:

 “…According to Tom Diaz and Barbara Newman, co-authors of the recently published book, Lightning Out of Lebanon: Hezbollah Terrorists on American Soil (Presidio Press, 2005), active Hezbollah cells have been identified in Boston, New York, Newark, Atlanta, Miami, Tampa, Charlotte, Louisville, Detroit, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Portland. Diaz and Newman quote former FBI Hezbollah unit director, Bob Clifford, as saying, “they are the best light infantry in the world and can strike the United States anytime, anywhere.”…”

January 30, 2007 Posted by | America, Islamo Fascism | Leave a comment

Msg. Jan 22, 2007; “No Man Can Find The War”

Never forget, the power of an idea! 


Title: “No Man Can Find The War”

Artist: Tim Buckley

Album: Goodbye And Hello
Year: 1967

“Photographs of guns and flame
Scarlet skull and distant game
Bayonet and jungle grin
Nightmares dreamed by bleeding men
Lookouts tremble on the shore
But no man can find the war

Tape recorders echo scream
Orders fly like bullet stream
Drums and cannons laugh aloud
Whistles come from ashen shroud
Leaders damn the world and roar
But no man can find the war

Is the war across the sea?
Is the war behind the sky?
Have you each and all gone blind:
Is the war inside your mind?

Humans weep at human death
All the talkers lose their breath
Movies paint a chaos tale
Singers see and poets wail
All the world knows the score
But no man can find the war”

My dialogue and response (below) to another blogger (Vince Williams) from who commented on Msg. Jan. 18, 2006; “To Surge or Insurge? That is the question!”:

I invite DM to take a spirit-restoring drink from the spring of life that flows in the oasis of rational thought.

Before he does this, however, he should spew the toxic residue of the bitter draught he has been imbibing at the fountain of hate lately frequented by the likes of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

It’s easy to fling weasel words like “Fascist Islam” and “evil Imperialists”, it takes a bit more effort to make a reasoned argument.

People in the United States forget, if they ever knew, that the U.S. and Britain have a long history of intervention in the internal affairs of Iran.

The CIA-orchestrated coup that overthrew Prime Minister Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh in 1953 is not ancient history to the Iranian people.

The U.S./Britain cabal never had an agenda of “advancing a democratic regime” in Iran, and their policies there have left a legacy of hatred for the western powers.

This will likely be their legacy in Iraq as well, because of the misguided military adventurism of the Bush/Blair partnership.

VW, please, allow me to “fling” a few more “weasel words”?: Radical ignorant Muslims want to murder you, your family, and all your countrymen today; as soon as possible? Animals, such as that, deserve to be crushed like a bug!

Maybe you want to apologize for and justify their homicidal suicides? Yea, I’m tak’n a big drink of hatred for that kind of behavior and buy’n drinks for the house! May I get you one?

Perhpas you’d like to justify and apologize for a communist government like North Korea or a Wahabist monarchy like Saudi Arabia, or (the Taliban) a fascist regime of sharia law like the one we rescued the Afghannistan people from?

So, during the last 100 years, the British, the French, the Germans, the Russians, and numerous others have all historically meddeled in middle eastern affairs. What does that have to do with the price of tea in China? I suppose you’re also for paying repirations to Americans with African ancestry and giving the entire southwest (Astlan) back to Mexican Reconqistadora’s, and the entire east cost back to the Native American Indians? We’re done with all that; it’s history!

We have to figure a way to proceed from here; today. I will never kneal before contemporary expressions of ancient Muslim hatred and claims to religiosupremacy. I can only pray and hope that the American people will be reminded, with each passing day, exploding Iranian IED, and terrorist attack, of the blessings and benefits they ALL enjoy as a result of our judeo/christian history and heritage!

The fascist Muslim Mullas don’t need a pretext to hate Americans or any other non-Muslim Infidel society! Its very simple, its in the Quaran, its on their lips and in their daily prayers to Allah, “Islam will conquer the world!”

I didn’t say, U.S. and Britain had an agenda of advancing a democratic regime in Iran. So, why are you instructing me about it? And what’s wrong with democracy? More countries prosper and live in peace under democratic rules than any other form of government.

I don’t claim to know what will be the end result or our foreign policy in the middle east. But, I do know I’m standing for Victory, freedom, and the right to believe whatever I choose.

As for our legacy in Iraq and Iran, I really don’t give a rat’s if they hate us or not! The Germans hated us once, the Japenese hate us once, the Russians hated once…..and they paid the price. So, the legacy of foreign powers hating and arousing a democracy such as (ours?) the U.S.A. is at the very least perilous. I suggest to you, “they” are the party of shame and evil, not America!

We’re not done with Iraq and Iran. Just because the Democrats have a marginal majority in congress is not a mandate for defeat and retreat. I suggest we don’t get too excited about your implied justification for rightous indignation against historical U.S. Geo-Political power in the middle east.

I have to wonder if D.M. would be so exuberantly negative, with so little persuasive result, if he weren’t using a pseudonym.

One man’s negative is another man’s positive, VW. If all you’ve got is more of that pseudointellectual screed, I suggest you start using a pseudonym in the future and save yourself from further embarrasment.

If you enjoy critque so much I suggest you write for the DNC or The National Enquirer or some other rag. However, just some friendly advice, if you want to excercise good blogging skills, stay focused on the issue(s).

Talk’n ’bout “weasel words”, “negative?!” That’s got to be one of the all-time worst! People who use that word are very often incomplete in their logic and lack substantive facts to back up their opinons. They typically resort to name calling rather than debate the facts. Why? The answer is, they only like to hear and debate the facts that support their position.

As has been said by, I forgot who, and I’m paraphrasing “…you’re entitled to your own opnion but not you’re own facts.”

I have to confess, DM, I’ve never made it to the end of one of your hateful diatribes, because you write garbage.

The only one doing any name-calling here is you.

VW, save your confessions for someone who has the jurisdiction to forgive you. If what I write is so inconsequential in your opinion, why waste your time commenting on it? Are you just trying to be hateful? What kind of garbage is that?

It’s nothing personal, DM. Just look at the words you use to talk about Muslims.

I have Muslim friends, and I thought somebody ought to put in a word for those human beings, too.

“No man can find the war…”

VW, I can appreciate your sensitivity and love for your fellow man. That’s what we all want. Perhaps you haven’t noticed but I always preface my text, when referring to Muslim terrorists, with words that defferntiates them as a radical, extremist, fascist, etc..

I realize there are peaceful moderate practioners of Islam, the majority in fact, I am not referring to them. But peaceful moderate Muslims have an obligation and responsibilty to stand up to terrorist intimidation and transform their religion from the fundamental and barbaric origin of past generations.

This day they must internalize their concept of “jihad” and insist, anyone claiming to follow the higher principals expoused by Muhammed and his wish that they establish a personal realtionship with Allah, that they must insist no one of their faith should commit or teach hate and murder to their children.

I was listening to the radio talk show host Jerry Doyle the other day. During his show, he quoted some fraction that someone had estimated to compute and determine how many active violent estremist fundamental Muslims there are on the planet. I believe his computation was approximately thrity-five million. That’s alot of potential lethal mischief.

Setting aside our political differences VW I think we can both agree that dialogue and education is sorely needed. If Muslims want to practice Islam, so be it. But, they are going to have to do it next to Jews and Chrisitans and all the other world’s religions. God is no respector of persons and they are no more important than anyone else living here.

I for one, dream about the day when we can all accept that there is but one God that cares for us all. And, HE expects that in return we should care for and serve one another; a true and worthy basis for a world religion and civilization living in peace.

That day, seems to me, to be in the distant future. The day, when every man can find the war, within his own mind.

I think your arguments are more effective, and easier to read, when you’re not using loaded words like “fascist” and “animals” to talk about Muslims, even if you are talking specifically about Muslim terrorists.

It’s difficult to find common ground with Muslims, and to have dialogue with them, when you use such inflammatory speech.

I believe in God, but I would hope there’s room in your dream for people who don’t. There are lots of people on this planet whose circumstances make it difficult for them to believe in God, at least a benevolent one.

Well VW, we come full circle. I don’t believe I can accomadate you or radical Islam. I call a spade a spade. Until Islamic fascists abandon their dream, ideology, and visicious jihad to establish a world wide caliphate, I will continue to appropriately refer to them as such.

Here in the U.S.A. Muslims appear content to let the likes of a terrorist front, C.A.I.R., represent them. I don’t see dialogue from the leaders of C.A.I.R. as anything other than insincere and deceitful. They are projecting a dual loyalty strategy into our culture and society in an attempt to advance their fascist sponsor’s war efforts. Propaganda is a form of warfare.

I call your attention to the threat of lawful Islamism.

“…Introduction: The Threat of Lawful Islamism
Islamists ultimately seek hegemonic control via a worldwide caliphate that applies the Islamic law in full. Afghanistan under the Taliban offers one model of what they would establish globally.

Terrorism is one method to advance these projects but it is not the only one. Indeed, the activities of nonviolent Islamists arguably will prove a more effective tactic in the long term. For while the public intuitively understands the threat of terrorism and is mobilized by it, and while states have well-developed institutions (law enforcement, intelligence agencies, the military, the justice system) to protect and fight against it, the activities of nonviolent extremists are not alarming and institutions do not exist to deal with this problem. And how can terrorists impose their will on whole societies?

The Progress of Lawful Islamism
Quietly, lawfully, peacefully, Islamists do their work throughout the West to impose aspects of Islamic law, win special privileges for themselves, shut down criticism of Islam, create Muslim-only zones, and deprive women and non-Muslims of their full civil rights.

Lawful Islamists advance their cause through lobbying politicians, intimidating the media, threatening international boycotts, making predatory use of the legal system, advancing novel legislation, influencing the contents of school textbooks, and in other ways exploiting the freedoms of an open society. They advance their agenda in incremental steps, each of which in itself is minor but in the aggregate point to fundamental changes in society. Here is a sampling of such steps taken by non-Muslims to accommodate Islamists:…”

[…] In the video below: “Reformist Ms. Wafa Sultan accompanies publisher, Tashbih Sayyed. He professes Muslim PR agents, like C.A.I.R. and M.P.A.C., mask pro-Islamist, political agenda seeking to change democracy to Sharia. Encourages lazy Press to expose, and diversify to “true” moderate muslim voices. (Recipent of “Profile In Courage Award” from American Jewish congress.)”

Tashbih Sayyed warns us,  “… what is this Muslim American identity? … You are either an American or not an American …This is the bottom line I want to see established in the Media in this society [American]. Otherwise, we are doomed.”

 […] I invite you to see my blog about the results of such tactics in England. “Living on a Thin Line….There’s no England now…”

The moderate Imams and leaders of Islam in England are afraid to come out of their mosques and speak out against the self-appointed radical Muslim clerics who are claiming to share their faith yet threaten anyone who would criticize their brand of Islam. Who will speak for them, while they helplessly standby and watch their youth corrupted and abused by such vile jihadist instuction? You?

I am on guard. I will not stand by silently while those dogs try to use our own laws of freedom, free speech, and nondiscrimination, against us. Thier allegiance is to their sharia style of Islam, not the U.S.A. Thier religion isn’t anymore special than mine. Therefore, they don’t derserve special treatment or deference to their demands.

God save the Athiests, only his mercy and power of resurrection can change their minds. But their beliefs and ACLU litigous demands don’t give them freedom from religion; only a freedom of religion. Our government and our people have the history and the right to honor GOD. They aren’t gonna impose their beliefs on us and neither are the Muslims. Peace be with you VW.

Vince Williams wrote:



“Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but not their own facts.”

– Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan

January 22, 2007 Posted by | Islamo Fascism | Leave a comment

Msg. Jan. 18, 2006; “To Surge or Insurge? That is the question!”

Surge 20,000 or 100,000 troops? I say, no “out-posting,” no “street patrols” for American soldiers. Our only job should be, is to garrison our troops and suppress any gathering or consolidated attack formations presented by opponents and enemies of the elected Iraqi government.  

Let the Iraqis slog it out or reconcile, and stop blaming us for their own ignorance and errors of judgment. We should just sit in our air conditioned Iraqi garrisons (The Green Zone) and hold our strategic beachhead in the war on middle east Fascist Islam and the evil Imperialists in Iran. We should use such a strategic and secure position in Iraq to gather good solid middle east inteligence and conduct special forces clandestine raids to harass and injure our enemy.  Such a posture would, I believe, allow us time to prepare here at home to hear and fashion the “bipartisan” and international plan for victory; a unified movement forward against Islamic Fascisim. 

In the mean time, we can wait for the day when the fledgling Iraqi government (Al Malarki) can, if ever, exercise their “sovereignty” over the sectarian militias, terrorists, proxy fighters, and regional interventionist. Then, maybe, we’ll listen to their blustery edicts to the U.S.A. about what we can and cannot do in their country. We may as well use their lands to our advantage; we’ve certainly paid for the privilege. We did after all conquer them, twice!  

I’ll take a stalemate in advancing a democratic regime in Iraq. It would be nice to see it succeed but it may not and it isn’t from a lack of our effort. It was worth a try. “You can lead a horse to water…” 

The most devastating thing we could do is engineer cars that run on electricity. We should concentrate on sucking the blood of the snake dry (interrupt the flow of dollars funding their power and projection of power; petrol wealth) as opposed to attempting to chop its head off. In the American desert of thought on this subject I can’t think of a better source of metaphoric nourishing protein to fuel our survival. PUN intended….

January 19, 2007 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Msg. Jan. 5, 2006; George of the Jungle!


For some time, Bush has said that his Iraq policy would be guided by the opinion of our generals on the ground. They have spoken out against sending more troops, yet he ignores them.

The Baker/Hamilton Iraq Study Group has also counseled against a troop increase, yet he ignores their advice as well.

Finally, American voters sent a clear signal in November that they want fewer, not more, troops in Iraq. Yet he ignores them too.

If Bush does propose sending more troops to Iraq, then this stubborn, incompetent man, incapable of admitting his mistakes, will be standing alone, his delusion having devolved into madness.

It would follow then that he is no longer capable of exercising the judgment needed to perform his duties, and it would then be time to remove him under Section Four of the 25th Amendment: Presidential Disability, Involuntary Withdrawal.

The following was my response to a contributing commentator (see above Steve Levine; “The Madness Of King George”)  on the blog :

‘Why don’t you tell us what you really think? Apparently, you’d say Senator John McCaine is also wrong and should not have been reelected to another term? General John Abizide testified last month to the Senate that he agreed with an increase in troops if they were used to help increase Iraqi military and their control of the sectarian violence.
Who elected the head of the texas law firm Baker & Botts to serve as our secretary of state? Baker? His firm has very well known ties to and representation of wealthy Muslims in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere. His views don’t mean squat! He’s Neville Chamberline reincarnate; an appeaser with a conflict of interest.
It sounds to me like the commentor hates George Bush more than he wants to win the war in Iraq; a beach head in the war on Islamic Fascisim. General Abazide also testified in the same committee last month that he believed the Iraqis want to win the war and can win the war with our help without any reservation.

Agreeable, Georgy does have problems, but he isn’t the only one that makes up the office of the president. And he isn’t the only one that believes we can win this conflict. Taking pot shots at Georgy is easy shoot’n. Why don’t we spend more time aiming at the enemy instead of lobbing friendly fire at our own countrymen.

Iraq isn’t the apex of the war against Islamic Fascism and their employment of Fabian Strategy and terrorism. I think George sees the bigger picture and the problem is the poorly informed American Public doesn’t. They only see what the bought and paid for media wants them to believe; defeat. ‘


Msg. Oct 3, 2006; RE: Wimpy Rambos/

Check it out…

Iraq: A Turning Point (CLICK HERE TO SEE VIDEO)     
With Reports from Iraq from Senators John McCain and Joseph Lieberman  
Friday, January 5, 2007  11:00 AM  

American Enterprise Institute 
Location:  Wohlstetter Conference Center, Twelfth Floor, AEI
1150 Seventeenth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036

U.S. senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) and U.S. senator Joseph Lieberman (I-D-Conn.) recently returned from a fact-finding mission to Iraq. Both held extensive discussions with U.S. forces and Iraqi government officials. In light of a possible change in course for U.S. strategy in Iraq, their views will be critical in the upcoming Congressional debate.

At this important time, AEI resident scholar Frederick W. Kagan and former acting Army chief of staff General Jack Keane will release the updated and final version of phase one of “Choosing Victory: A Plan for Success in Iraq.” The study calls for a large and sustained surge of U.S. forces to secure and protect critical areas of Baghdad. Mr. Kagan directed the report in consultation with military and regional experts, including General Keane, former Afghanistan coalition commander Lieutenant General David Barno, and other officers involved with the successful operations of the Third Armored Cavalry Regiment in Tal Afar. An interim version of the report was released on December 14, 2006.

At this event, Mr. Kagan and General Keane will present their final report, which outlines how the United States can win in Iraq and why victory is the only acceptable outcome.

Senator McCain made reference to one of the members of the audience (Thomas E. Ricks) and his book as being a “siminole work” in the understanding of the complexities of the war in Iraq:

Fiasco: The American Military Adventure in Iraq by Thomas E. Ricks

For a interesting critique of the Baker/Hamilton Iraq Study Group click the hyper link below:

“Back To Your Studies: The Unbearable Shallowness of the ISG” By Rauell Marc Gerecht

January 6, 2007 Posted by | Islamo Fascism | Leave a comment

Msg. Jan. 1, 2007; “Living On A Thin Line”

I was listening to the radio talk show host Dr. Michael Savage earlier this month (December 13, 2006). He started his show with a song recorded in 1984, “Living on a Thin Line,” included in the album “Word of Mouth” written and performed by the British rock band, The Kinks. For your education and pleasure I recorded the rebroadcast of the show and added some video graphics and additional music. 


LIVING ON A THIN LINE from Dead Messenger on Vimeo.

“Living on a Thin Line” was haunting, evocative, and pleasingly melodic. The lyrics mourn the end of England and lamented, “…there’s no England now…” and that somehow all the kings and wars and institutions that came before it were, in the end, all for nothing.   England is truly under siege by radical Islamic Fascists. To the most casual of observers, it’s clear; they oppose democracy and everything that the nations of England and  America have worked so hard to achieve.  Mark Steyn writes in his book, “America Alone: The End Of The World As We Know It” by Mark Steyn:

” Europe’s successor population is already in place and “the only question is how bloody the transfer of real estate will be.” He interprets the Madrid and London bombings, as well as the murder of Theo van Gogh in Amsterdam, as opening shots in Europe’s civil war and states, “Europe is the colony now.”

Michael also blended his radio personality commentary and calls from his listeners to make the show particularly interesting and alarming. His monologue was an acerbic and accurate indictment of the failure and irresponsibility of our government, corporate culture, educational institutions, mass media, and congress. He tells us he sees ample evidence of radical Islam infiltrating all sectors of our society to advance a destructive, oppressive, and violent agenda against the U.S.A. Myself and many of his callers frequently ask, where is the general public and congressional outrage, indignation, confidence, and desire to defeat Islamic  Fascism!? 

Dr. Savage believes radical Muslims are using the same legal and educational sophistries and dual loyalty deception they have been using in England to bully and cow the public and government into catering to Muslims with special laws and public assistance. He sighted organizations resident in the United States such as C.A.I.R. (Council on American Islamic Relations) as being agents for those goals and methods. An article link on his website by Andrew McCarthy, “Singing CAIRs Tune On Your Dime” of the National Review (online)is an excellent expose of their infiltration into the highest levels of our federal govenment; including President Bush, the FBI, and TSA.  C.A.I.R. is rightly portrayed in the video as antithetical to American national sovereignty and security. Middle east expert, Daniel Pipes, criticizes C.A.I.R.’s self portrayal as a “…civil liberties group…” for Muslims. He also chronicles their exploits and Islamic terrorist connections.

 Michael Savage like many other geo political scholars believes  England has lost the will and the struggle against Islamic Fascism. He and his radio broadcasting crew mixed samples of historical speeches given by the Nazi appeaser Neville Chamberlain and the inspiration of WW2 Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill. Their speeches remind us of the danger of attempting to appease an enemy intent on our destruction and what we must do to prevent it. Indeed, England was “…Living on a thin line…” in world war two. If it hadn’t been for American intervention, England and all of western Europe would have been lost long ago.  

Our enemy today is much different than the ones we faced in WW I I and afterwards. Islamic Fascists are clandestine and unconventional. They are exceedingly patient in gathering intelligence and executing their tactics. As in all war, deception is one of their fiercest weapons. Violent radical Muslims are well funded with twentieth century petrol-wealth and are using it to leverage prosecution of their multigenerational campaign against western Judeo-Christian infidels.

Islamic Fascist have, using modern communications and transportation systems, established forward basing of their ideology in order to indoctrinate the indigenous offspring of Muslim refugees and immigrants that have found their way into America, England,France, Belgium, Australia, and many other countries. Their birth rates are typically three to four times western average birth rates. In addition, they also work especially hard to recruit and appeal to the indigenous weak minded, disaffected, socially degenerate, and criminal elements of their enemy’s society. Violent Jihadist don’t marshal, train, and field an army using traditional methods, time, and materials.  They are literally and generationally assembling their armies in our midst! It appears such a plan isn’t limited to physical combat. It is much more insidious than that. Plans like that only require that they propagate their ideology and out populate their opponent in competition for the same territory. Jihad has always been multigenerational in its quest to establish, by force if necessary, Islam as the only world religion. And, if we read the Middle East Forum “Islamist Watch; The Threat of Legal Islamism,”  they do it under the camouflage of our own freedoms of press, religion, and privacy.

Armed with radical Islamic ideology they have achieved social and cultural infiltration, occupation, domination, and assembly of tactical domestic warrior communities in our heartlands. They are independent of the need for the importation of weaponry and logistical support. There are no physical supply lines to attack and disrupt; only a radical ideology. A good example would be the “No Go Zones” in Paris, France. There’s no more France now. The new term for what was once Western Europe, is labeled by Bat Ye’or, a historian,  “Eurabia,” in her book titled Eurabia: The Euro-Arab Axis” by Bat Ye’or.

Brigitte Gabriel, Author, T.V. News Journalist, and Middle East Expert, tells us, we should “…listen to the enemy.” Only problem with that is we don’t speak their language. They are telling us and showing us what they plan to do. When will America wake up and listen and see? We are at war, but America and Americans in general don’t seem to be engaged and involved. The war cry seems to be “We deserve defeat!” I for one don’t think so! 

 America was once a country of men that knew their fate if they refused to stand and protect what they had worked so hard for. They were men who were willing to sacrifice everything for freedom; theirs and ours. If they had not, this country would have been ruled by the
British Empire or some other tyrant and oppressors. Perhaps, Nazi Germany, the Union of Soviet SocialistRepublic, or Fascist Islamic Republic. There was and is no free ride. We must remember the lessons of the past and the terrible price paid. If not, we will continue to pay a heavy toll for the future. If our countrymen hadn’t been willing to pay, attention to history, and the price of freedom, American colonist would have been broken long ago. Those, MEN, weren’t afraid to say what was on their mind. 
Maybe a remembrance of the American revolutionary army’s decisive battle of Yorktown would inspire some to action? For others, George Washington pleading in the bitter cold of winter for the continental army to reenlist against all odds and fairness. We must reclaim our identity as Americans and be willing to assert, protect, and win our rights. Yes, our rights, as a nation and a people whose founding fathers predicated a living social economic culture and government on their knowledge of the righteous goal and loving gospel that was given to all of us by our prophets in the spirit of truth, “The Fatherhood of God and The Brotherhood of All Men.” 

 What’s left of this once great country? A citizenry of apathy and ignorance? A pop culture dominated by viscous Rapp songs, drug abuse, sexual addiction, criminal idolization, and lack of responsibility and respect for tradition, authority, and education. Have we become a social mass that knows no shame, expects only privilege, and believes the government is their “Mommy?” Indeed, a socialist dependent willing to settle for a government matriarch that doesn’t require their civic education and responsibility? A fantasy life? A fantasy, that we’ll always be free, protected, and a sovereign nation, even though our government is no longer accountable to The People?  

Have Americans become, in the words of Pink Floyd, “…comfortably numb…” and accustomed to a powerful aristocracy of obscene wealth increasingly in control of our government and fiat money supply. Could it be that an unconstitutional hybrid government with police powers is slowly asserting clandestine authority in all sectors of the federal government, social and business communities?  At the same time, placing themselves and their calculated enterprise above our laws, our national sovereignty, and public good? This is a recipe for disaster, calamity, collapse, and intensified domestic and international conflict. Why do our borders, language, culture, and standard of living, appear to be in such mortal danger by anyone who wishes to do us harm? Is it all part of a “shadow government” assault aimed at the decimation of a woefully distracted middle class. As long as we have an enemy or political foe it keeps the public attention off “them” and “they” just keep making money weather or not we win or lose. What we have here is a traitor; an enemy of our own making within. Add that to the Islamic Fascism assault and we have a serious problem that, if we are to save ourselves, only the dwindling middle class can solve.  

The sharks smell our blood. Could it be, just a matter of time before America becomes the prey or chum for some other ruthless economic and military empire? What will the rest of the world do without America and the years of protection and treasure we have expended on their behalf? What will you do? What will your children and their children inherit; a country that is or one that isn’t? We are, “Living on a Thin Line.” 

“…There’s no England now…What are we supposed to do…This is Captain America calling…I’m falling…”


“America Alone: The End Of The World As We Know It” by Mark Steyn

Eurabia: The Euro-Arab Axis” by Bat Ye’or

The Savage Nation: Saving America from the Liberal Assault on Our Borders, Language and Culture by Michael Savage

Glenn Beck: Muslim Violence Destroys France and England

Londonistan & Academia: Home Grown Islamofascists

Double Standards in Londonistan

January 2, 2007 Posted by | America, Islamo Fascism | 1 Comment

Msg. December 17, 2006; “She’s got a ticket to ride?”


I learned that Tasha Douglas, represented by the ACLU, had succeeded in getting the Grand Rapids, Michigan Rapid transit service adminstration to recind its own rule against people attempting to ride in veiled clothing.  I’ll let the letter speak for itself, but I urge anyone interested in preserving our collective security to write or call the transit authorities and inform them of your concern.

Post Msg. Note: Dec. 20, 2006 “Police killer suspect fled Britain in a veil; A man [Mustaf Jama] who was being hunted for the murder of a policewoman is understood to have escaped from Britain by disguising himself as a veiled Muslim woman…At the time of his escape, between Christmas Day last year and New Year’s Day, the 26-year-old Somali national, who had 21 criminal convictions, was the most wanted man in Britain...”

Dec. 24, 2006 “Veils to be lifted at British airports…”

Post Msg. Note: Jan. 10, 2007; “Suicide Girls Will Target Troops; FIFTEEN women suicide bombers have been sent to murder British troops in Afghanistan. Taliban chiefs have ordered them to dress as beggars or teachers and hide devices under burkas, a secret intelligence report has warned.

The Rapid, Administrative Headquarters
Attn: Peter Varga, Executive Director
300 Ellsworth SW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503-4005
Phone: (616) 456-7514
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Greetings Mr. Peter Varga,

I recently learned that administrators of The Rapid have rescinded their rule against riders covering their face with headress and veils. I can’t tell you how disappointed I am. Being a native US citizen I have to say this is inconsistent with our customs and governance as an open society. That rider’s custom and insistence on wearing such a headress on The Rapid is a seciurty threat. In addition, it is a symbol, travesty, and insult to women’s rights around the world. It is not a matter of racisim or denial of religous rights. I think your employee’s got it dead right, last July, when they denied Tasha Douglas the right to wear it while she was riding the train.

In western european countries they are banning the wearing of such veiling of physical identity when being examined by doctors and in public. It also is a threat to our citizens as Islamic Fascist Homicide Bombers are known to not only be women, but also men impersonating women have also used such head dress and loose clothing to conceal their identies (so they can’t be profiled as terrorists) in addition to bulky bomb belts. I am very interested in knowing,  why Ms. Douglas’s objections caused The Rapid to recind its own rules? Weren’t the rules originally implemented with principled reason and due consideration?

I’m very sorry to see the Rapid administration cow so easily to this type of ACLU harrasment. Are you people just begging for a homicide bomber attack. It’s already been demonstrated by Islamo Fascist that they consider mass transit an excellet target for terrorist attacks. Doesn’t  the welfare and safety of American Citizens riding The Rapid mean more to the tranist authorities than someone who insists on wearing mideval clothing styles that predominate and are popular with our Muslim extremist enemies?

I remind you, WE ARE AT WAR SIR!!! How many more “rockets,” bombs, and deaths must our cities and people suffer before everyone understands and begins to react resolutely to that fact? You people have every right to refuse ridership to people like Tasha Douglas who are so insensitive to the concerns of American Citizens riding The Rapid. I think its all upside down. Instead of everyone running around trying to pascify the “outrage” of Ms. Douglas and her supporters, everyone should be pointing how inconsiderate, disruptive, insulting, and wrong her behavior is! Wake up Rapid! Before a bomb blows you off your chairs!! Its that simple!

What the Rapid authorities fail to recognize, in my opinion, is this woman’s violation of the rules of ridership are just a series of strategic probes and assaults orchestrated by Islamic Jihadists positioned here in the USA. I urge you to look more deeply into the recent news reports of the six Muslim Imams disrupting domestic airline flights out of Minnesota with their, suspicious behavior and dress. They also want the airline industry to cow to their “religon” and give them special privileges and concessions. I would point out that they are also being represented by an ACLU collaborator CAIR (Council of American Islamic Relations). They don’t deserve anything more than any other passanger!!!

If any of you were to study Islamic history, you would know that the veiled woman and people like her and the Imams are part of a worldwide radical Islamic ideology that imposes their customs and self proclaimed superiority (Islamic Republic) on the cultures they invade, militarily, geographically, culturally, economically, religously, with terrorism,  and any other way they can on a daliy basis. Islamic Fascists are using our juciciary, legal sophistries, and our freedoms of religion, speech, and civil rights to camoflage and advance their radical, violent, and extremist agenda against the U.S.A.

Islamo Fascist want to lull us all into a state of domestic sleep of acceptance,  and render us unawares of their real intent! They want to desensitize us to rising Jihadist Muslim Terrorist populations residing in our own communities. They want to make it routine for them to walk among us, as did the 9/11 attackers, so we don’t perceive any threat or sense anything unusual. That is, until they decide to start chopping off our heads!!  Wake up!!! The writing is on the wall! Support AMERICA, AMERICANS, and the AMERICAN WAY. DO NOT GIVE IN TO THE ACLU OR MUSLIM EXTREMISTS TRYING TO INTIMIDATE AMERICANS. ITS OUR CIVIL DUTY TO DO EVERY THING WE CAN TO PREVENT DOMESTIC ATTACKS ON OUR PEOPLE AND MASS TRANSIT ASSETS.

Thank you for your time Sir. In closing, I would sincerly invite you to respond to my plea for you to courageously reinstate the original rule and aggressively stand against ACLU pressure. Don’t let the terror apologists, secular progressives, and liberal press intmidate, embarass, and shame you with their allegations of racisim, and discrimination against religious rights.


I just watched a video news report, while writing you this letter,  of a speech by Newt Gingrich, former speaker of the House of Representatives state, and I am paraphrasing, “…if we are at war, [and we are] those six Imams should have been arrested for impersonating a terrorist, jailed, and tried in a court of law. While, the employees of U.S. Airways should be invited to the White House and recognized for their examplery service…” I hope you will take a lesson from those brave pilots and crew of U.S. Airways. Incidentally, I also wrote U.S. Airways and praised them for their excellent judgment and for making passanger safety their top priority.

December 17, 2006 Posted by | Islamo Fascism | Leave a comment