Skip to comments.Videos Show Nature of Our Enemies
Posted on 06/03/2006 7:35:51 AM PDT by LSUfan
Here are three videos that should be being played all over the air waves in America, but the MSM will never do it.
The first details many "foreign fighters" (AQ terrorists) who have been disposed of by our forces. This is who we're fighting people. Next time someone claims Iraq is not the center of the war on terrorism, send them a link to this video (you'll have to cut and paste; my poor html skills do not allow me to link this URL to the Windows Media Player file):
The next video shows a February protest by Islamists in London against the Mohammed cartoons. Listen carefully to the things they say and read the captions. This is LONDON, not the Gaza Strip or Tehran...
The third and final video is a similar protest in NYC in April. It is very small, just a few people, but notice the signs they are carrying and the things they are saying. Then realize that it took only 19 terrorists to pull off 9-11 and even fewer to pull off WTC 93. Moreover, just one Jihadist with an explosive vest at a football game or other crowded event could inflict large numbers of casualties and touch off mass panic. I for one hope the NSA is listening to every conversation these guys have! And this is in NY--site of 9-11 and WTC 93...
That website is either broken or its slow to the point of being worthless.
You can also go here
and go the "Know your enemy" section and watch the Armstrong beheading. Whether you like Michael Savage or not is irrelevent.
Thanks for the link!
Thanks for posting. That is a very interesting video.
These people need to be rounded up and locked up forever.
What we need are more sensitivity training classes in Iraq for our troops. That will surely make our enemies behave in a better manner.
Enemy of islm bump.
Thanks. Can you give me a quick tutorial on how you did that?
I'm getting over 700KB/s download speed, try again.
Bagpipes are more ear-friendly than the agonal droning of the soundtrack on "foreignfighters".
BTW, one of them appears to be a Yankees fan.
<a href="your url, quotes included">your title for it</a>
So my "title" for the link was the url itself (so people could see where the link was leading them). But it could just as easily have been something like: Video #1.
In which case it would've appeared on the page as:
Go ahead, try it yourself for the second link. I'll help you get it right. The first time I ever tried to post a link, I messed it up. So practice makes perfect! :-)