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The Military's Moslem Problem: Pentagon Sacrifices Lives to Accommodate Political Correctness
Toogood Reports ^ | 27 March 2003 | Nicholas Stix

Posted on 03/27/2003 6:49:40 AM PST by mrustow

Toogood Reports [Thursday, March 27, 2003; 12:01 a.m. EST]
URL: http://ToogoodReports.com/

The U.S. military has a Moslem problem within the ranks, and its attempts to ignore the problem, have only worsened it.

Imagine a black Moslem Army engineer with the rank of sergeant trying to murder other U.S. soldiers by throwing a hand grenade into a tent, and nothing happening to him. Now, imagine a second black Moslem Army engineer with the rank of sergeant doing the same thing, 12 years later. Impossible, right? Must be a fluke. Only it's possible, and it's no fluke.

On Sunday, Asan Akbar aka Hasan Karim Akbar aka Mark Fidel Kools, was arrested for grenade and shooting attacks at Camp Pennsylvania in Kuwait, that killed Army Capt. Christopher Scott Seifert, 27, of Easton, Pa., and wounded 14 other soldiers. On Tuesday, Air Force Maj. Gregory Stone, 40, of Boise, Idaho, also died of his wounds from the attack. Akbar/Kools, who has not yet been formally charged, may eventually be charged with a slew of crimes, including two counts of murder, 14 counts of attempted murder, and aiding and abetting the enemy in wartime. If convicted, Akbar/Kools will face life imprisonment or the death penalty.

Sunday night on CNN, retired Gen. Wesley Clark said to Aaron Brown, "You can't imagine what the motivation could be. What could he be thinking?"

In case you're wondering what Gen. Clark's motivation could be for willfully ignoring the obvious, and what he could possibly be thinking, he seeks the 2004 Democrat presidential nomination.

But in his refusal to face reality, Gen. Clark simply mirrors the U.S. government. As Daniel Pipes observes, since 1994, federal officials have misrepresented one Moslem terrorist attack after another, as somehow having been motivated by anything but Moslem religious hatred.

The suspect is a black American Moslem. He has a degree in aeronautical AND mechanical engineering from the University of California/Davis, so he has to be highly intelligent. He is a sergeant and an engineer in the 101st Airborne Division. He had recently been reprimanded for insubordination, and was known to have an "attitude" problem. And once the deed was done, comrades reported hearing him say, "You guys are coming into our countries and you're going to rape our women and kill our children."

"Our" countries; "our" women; "our" children.

Akbar/Kools' mother, Quran Bilal, named her son after a communist dictator, and sworn enemy of America's. That's awful, but not criminal. But consider that Mrs. Bilal reacted to her son's arrest, by denying that it was possible that he was guilty. She "told The Tennessean of Nashville that she was concerned her son might have been accused because he is a Muslim, adding he was not allowed to participate in the first Gulf War because of his religion," according to the Associated Press.

"He said, `Mama, when I get over there I have the feeling they are going to arrest me just because of the name that I have carried.''' [Would that be "Asan Akbar" or "Fidel"?]

"She said in a telephone interview from her Baton Rouge, La., home that the military had not contacted her and expressed disbelief in the accusations against her son, who she said spells his first name Hasan."

``He wouldn't try to take nobody's life. He's not like that."

So, he's the victim. (I'm skeptical about her story claiming her son was prohibited from participating in Gulf War I, based on his religion. But suppose she were telling the truth: Would she be angry or happy about her son being shielded from fighting other Moslems?)

In reading thousands of crime stories in which a suspect was caught in the act, or with blood on his hands, the suspect's spouse and relatives have usually responded in one of two dramatically different ways: Either they expressed regret for the victims, and a sad resignation about the suspect, or portrayed the beloved suspect as the real victim, and denied the charges had any validity.

When I hear regret and resignation from the loved one of a guilty-as-hell suspect, my hunch is that this is a decent person who did her best, but that the suspect had chosen a certain path. But when I hear a loved one take the offensive, I think, The apple didn't fall far from the tree.

For instance, when NYPD detectives James Nemorin and Rodney J. Andrews were murdered, execution-style, during a buy-and-bust gun deal earlier this month, a relative of one of the suspects lamented that he had chosen a certain path.

Conversely, when Egyptian terrorist Hesham Muhammad Ali Hadayet, celebrated last Fourth of July by murdering Jews Victoria Hen and Ya'acov Aminov at Los Angeles' LAX Airport El Al counter, Hadayet's wife said that her husband could not possibly have committed the crimes he carried out, before a security guard was able to kill him. Mrs. Hadayet suggested a conspiracy was seeking to frame her husband, because he was Arab and Muslim. "'He is a victim of injustice,' she said three times. In America, they hate Islam and Arabs after Sept. 11.'''

As soon as I knew some facts about Akbar/Cools, the parallel that came to mind, was to accused Beltway Sniper John Muhammad, a former Army sergeant and engineer who allegedly attempted to murder comrades by throwing a hand grenade into the tent they were in, during Gulf War I. Muhammad was not even busted in rank, let alone prosecuted. His crime was "disappeared."

As Michelle Malkin noted, Muhammad had no business in the Army, in the first place. "Curiously, Muhammad was admitted to the Army despite being earlier court-martialed for willfully disobeying orders, striking another noncommissioned officer, wrongfully taking property, and being absent without leave while serving in the Louisiana National Guard."

Malkin lists a series of Muslims who have joined the U.S. armed forces, with the intention of waging war on America.

Prior to the alleged crime, Akbar/Cools' demeanor had thrown up red flags. His superiors were sufficiently alarmed, that they had told him he would be left behind in Kuwait, when his unit moved out to Iraq. But how was he able to get away with insubordination and an obviously "bad attitude," without being busted in rank? Was the officer he disrespected white or non-white? (Can you imagine a white non-com getting away with disrespecting a superior officer?) How was it that in the case of a Moslem soldier, Akbar/Cools' superiors knew about his misconduct, and knew about the John Muhammad story, yet refused to at least keep Akbar/Cools under close watch?

Black racism is also a problem in the U.S. military. Although the official story is that "affirmative action" has been a great success, in an uncharacteristically frank New York Times series on race two years ago, a reporter covering an Army base subtly portrayed a clique of influential black sergeants as being racist, and deliberately blocking the career progress of white soldiers, while maintaining a system of race-based cronyism.

And even absent negligent military authorities, many American blacks have always responded to Islam like gasoline to a lit match. The faith has for some 90 years appealed to blacks who perceived it as violently anti-American.

The Army appears to be engaging in negative profiling: That is, in cases where certain soldiers exhibit what former assistant secretary of defense Frank Gaffney calls "fifth column syndrome," and practically cry out to be kept under surveillance, it avoids doing so.

And when will the mainstream media start doing their job, instead of rationalizing or covering up racism and violence, when it is carried out by members of protected groups? An AP story Sunday on the Akbar/Cools case was perversely titled, "Sgt. Held in Attack Feared Persecution," and pandered to the suspect and his mother's spin, with the following LEDE:

"A sergeant accused of killing a fellow serviceman by throwing grenades into tents at a military command center in Kuwait told his mother he feared persecution because he is a Muslim and reportedly had recently been reprimanded for insubordination."

In spite of the media's timidity – or perhaps because of it – the Muslim Public Affairs Council immediately took the offensive, sending the following threatening press release to media outlets all over the country:

"The troubling report of a U.S. soldier launching grenades into tents of his own brigade in Kuwait has disturbed all Americans.

"A suspect has been apprehended and according to preliminary reports acted alone. This soldier should be subjected to a military court of justice and must now bear the consequences of his seditious act if he is found guilty of committing this crime.

"We warn against exploiting this incident and making sweeping generalizations about others of the same race, ethnicity, or religion of the suspect.

"We find no excuses, or acceptable motives, that can justify such a reprehensible act."

Note that it is not the crime which MPAC maintains is "reprehensible" – it is merely "troubling" – but rather connecting it to Islam.

The Wall Street Journal's Opinion Journal remarked wryly, "We shall follow the Muslim Public Affairs Council's warning and not mention Akbar's religion. (If you must know, it's in the Reuters story.) Suffice it to say that it seems unlikely the guys at the Muslim Public Affairs Council would be up at all hours fretting about the incident if the culprit were, say, a Mormon."

If the American media refuse to acknowledge the obvious, Moslem media suffer from no such inhibitions. A story from the web site, Islam for Today, reported, "US forces are refusing to acknowledge any possible religious or political motive for the Muslim soldier's attack. Max Blumenfeld, a spokesman for the American Army 5th Corps, would only say that the cause of the attack 'most likely was resentment.' He did not elaborate."

The story's subtitle posed the rhetorical question, "Religious sentiment more powerful than Band of Brothers ethos?"

Frank Gaffney has repeatedly warned of the Saudi-subsidized infiltration of the U.S. through Wahhabi mosques and madrassahs (simply called "schools" in the U.S.), college student associations, and by Wahhabi imams working as chaplains in the armed forces. Such imams seek out and encourage the John Muhammads and H/asan Akbars that are sprinkled through the ranks.

On Tuesday, Gaffney revealed that every institution Akbar/Cools has studied at, worshiped at, or served in since 1988, has had a Wahhabi presence.

If the media and civil authorities conspire variously to distort or suppress the facts of cases like Akbar/Cools and Muhammad, incidents of mutinous, murderous soldiers will become more frequent, and cohesion and discipline in the ranks will break down, as men no longer know if they can entrust their lives to the soldiers beside or behind them. The services cannot be reformed, until they confront the facts.

Meanwhile, in order not to offend the Moslem world, Gen. Tommy Franks and his generals have thrown overboard standard military tactics, which call for knocking out the enemy's power, communications, and water. As the New York Daily News' Laura Winter reported Tuesday from Jordan, "The Iraqis realize the U.S. is targeting only military sites and government buildings to try to avoid antagonizing the Muslim world - and they're using that knowledge to their advantage, refugees said." And so, Hussein has dressed his soldiers in civilian garb, and placed many of them in private homes in residential neighborhoods.

Such restraint will prolong the war, and cost American and coalition force lives. Columnist Richard Cohen waxes eloquently: "I hope - but I do not expect - that the world in general, but particularly the Muslim world, notices." The world, and particularly the Moslem world, notices, and the world – particularly the Moslem world – sneers.

How many American and coalition soldiers must be sacrificed, in the foolish attempt to placate implacable enemies within and without, and to maintain a pc military?

To comment on this article or express your opinion directly to the author, you are invited to e-mail Nicholas at adddda@earthlink.net .


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1 posted on 03/27/2003 6:49:40 AM PST by mrustow
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To: mrustow
Big bump
2 posted on 03/27/2003 7:05:42 AM PST by aimhigh
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To: aimhigh
Bumpbackatcha!
3 posted on 03/27/2003 7:08:19 AM PST by mrustow (no tag)
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To: mrustow
He has a degree in aeronautical AND mechanical engineering from the University of California/Davis

Then why is he a sargeant in the Army?

4 posted on 03/27/2003 7:16:37 AM PST by SubSailor
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To: mrustow
Note that it is not the crime which MPAC maintains is "reprehensible" – it is merely "troubling" – but rather connecting it to Islam.

NIcholas Stix is stretching here. The paragraph he quotes will bear his interpretation, but he is forcing it. Doing so weakens his argument. The antecedent of "act" is clearly the throwing of the grenade. Drawing certain conclusions is not an "act."

5 posted on 03/27/2003 7:17:00 AM PST by Arthur McGowan
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6 posted on 03/27/2003 7:18:52 AM PST by mrustow (no tag)
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To: Arthur McGowan
You may be right, Arthur, but I find MPAC's language ambiguous.
7 posted on 03/27/2003 7:21:25 AM PST by mrustow (no tag)
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To: SubSailor
Good question.
8 posted on 03/27/2003 7:21:58 AM PST by mrustow (no tag)
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To: mrustow
Now this just makes me so ANGRY!
This political correctness crap has got to stop! When lives are lost, then it's (past) time to knock it off and get serious about what's right and wrong!
NO MORE MOSLEMS IN OUR ARMED SERVICES!!!
NO MORE MOSLEMS IN AMERICA!!!
NO MORE MOSLEMS IN OUR GOVERNMENT!!!

ENOUGH'S ENOUGH!!!!!
9 posted on 03/27/2003 7:22:18 AM PST by MeekMom (( Please visit http://CNLGLFG.com) (HUGE Ann-Fan!!!) (Missing the Gipper Terribly!))
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To: SubSailor
Political correctness run amok. Do you think he performed in college at the same level as the white students or was his degree political correctness also?
10 posted on 03/27/2003 7:25:02 AM PST by vetvetdoug
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11 posted on 03/27/2003 7:25:56 AM PST by mrustow (no tag)
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To: vetvetdoug
Earlier articles say it took him 9 years to get his degree, because he kept dropping out and reenrolling.
12 posted on 03/27/2003 7:27:14 AM PST by kaylar
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To: mrustow
BUMP
13 posted on 03/27/2003 7:27:24 AM PST by GrandMoM ("Vengeance is Mine , I will repay," says the Lord.)
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14 posted on 03/27/2003 7:27:30 AM PST by mrustow (no tag)
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15 posted on 03/27/2003 7:28:32 AM PST by mrustow (no tag)
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16 posted on 03/27/2003 7:29:18 AM PST by mrustow (no tag)
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To: MeekMom
NO MORE MOSLEMS IN OUR ARMED SERVICES!!! NO MORE MOSLEMS IN AMERICA!!! NO MORE MOSLEMS IN OUR GOVERNMENT!!!

Ain't gonna happen. Islam is a religion of peace. A great and peaceful religion cannot be held responsible for the isolated actions of a few fanatic extremists who falsely claim to be adherents.

Go ask Bush if you don't believe.

17 posted on 03/27/2003 7:29:41 AM PST by templar
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18 posted on 03/27/2003 7:30:07 AM PST by mrustow (no tag)
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To: mrustow; Sabertooth; Fred Mertz
Frank Gaffney has repeatedly warned of the Saudi-subsidized infiltration of the U.S. through Wahhabi mosques and madrassahs (simply called "schools" in the U.S.), college student associations, and by Wahhabi imams working as chaplains in the armed forces. Such imams seek out and encourage the John Muhammads and H/asan Akbars that are sprinkled through the ranks.


On Tuesday, Gaffney revealed that every institution Akbar/Cools has studied at, worshiped at, or served in since 1988, has had a Wahhabi presence.


If the media and civil authorities conspire variously to distort or suppress the facts of cases like Akbar/Cools and Muhammad, incidents of mutinous, murderous soldiers will become more frequent, and cohesion and discipline in the ranks will break down, as men no longer know if they can entrust their lives to the soldiers beside or behind them. The services cannot be reformed, until they confront the facts
19 posted on 03/27/2003 7:30:34 AM PST by TLBSHOW
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To: MeekMom
NO MORE MOSLEMS IN OUR ARMED SERVICES!!!
NO MORE MOSLEMS IN AMERICA!!!
NO MORE MOSLEMS IN OUR GOVERNMENT!!!

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

So, which way do you want to go? Tear up the Counstitution, or hold people accountable for their actions?

20 posted on 03/27/2003 7:36:47 AM PST by Hodar (With Rights, comes Responsibilities. Don't assume one, without assuming the other.)
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To: MeekMom
NO MORE MOSLEMS IN OUR ARMED SERVICES!!! NO MORE MOSLEMS IN AMERICA!!! NO MORE MOSLEMS IN OUR GOVERNMENT!!!

Do you support repealing the First Amendment?
21 posted on 03/27/2003 7:38:56 AM PST by jmc813 (Control for smilers can't be bought;The solar garlic starts to rot;Was it for this my life I sought?)
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To: Hodar
Beat me by two minutes.
22 posted on 03/27/2003 7:39:32 AM PST by jmc813 (Control for smilers can't be bought;The solar garlic starts to rot;Was it for this my life I sought?)
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To: mrustow
In World War II Asan Akbar aka Hasan Karim Akbar aka Mark Fidel Kools would have been, very soon after his attack, tied to a stake and shot by a firing squad of men picked from his own unit.

The very forces that are in play in this country preventing such action from being carried out, are exactly what is wrong with this country.

This incident exposes the face of the very thing that will kill this country.

23 posted on 03/27/2003 7:40:10 AM PST by fightu4it (allyourbasearebelongtous!)
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To: mrustow
excellent post.

bump!
24 posted on 03/27/2003 7:40:45 AM PST by proud American in Canada ("We are a peaceful people. Yet we are not a fragile people.")
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To: Hodar
If the government and the state agencies would enforce the crime statutes there would be less motivation by the ragheads and raghead wannabes to injure or kill their fellow countrymen. Akbar should have a quick courts martial and be executed as soon as possible. The fact he has lived for a week since his treasonable acts makes me think we are going to drag his trial and punishment out to satisfy the liberals and bleeding hearts and encourage others to do the treasonable acts just for publicity.
25 posted on 03/27/2003 7:42:45 AM PST by vetvetdoug
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To: GrandMoM
Bumpbackatcha!
26 posted on 03/27/2003 7:43:49 AM PST by mrustow (no tag)
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To: TLBSHOW
Gaffney's a good man, who was way out in front on this issue.
27 posted on 03/27/2003 7:45:35 AM PST by mrustow (no tag)
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To: mrustow
The U.S. military has a Moslem problem within the ranks, and its attempts to ignore the problem, have only worsened it.

Unfortuately, these attempts go all the way to the pinnacles of power.
The "it's all Clinton's fault" alibi isn't going to last much longer.




28 posted on 03/27/2003 7:54:03 AM PST by Sabertooth
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To: mrustow
Thanks for posting this. Here is a link on the first time this happened with the DC Sniper, John Allen Williams, aka John Mohammad.

"...[John Muhammad] Williams’s unit was sent to Operation Desert Storm to clear mines and bulldoze holes in enemy lines. A few nights before the invasion of Iraq, Sergeant Berentson awoke in the early hours to find his tent, with 16 sleeping men inside, on fire. Someone had tossed in a thermite grenade. Berentson, who was fed up with Williams’s insubordination, immediately suspected Williams and told the Army’s Criminal Investigative Division. Berentson says he last saw Williams being led away in handcuffs. Williams’s military records make no mention of the incident; indeed, they suggest Williams had a distinguished gulf-war stint. But Berentson always kept Williams’s name and dog-tag number in his wallet. He says he was not surprised to see Williams’s face on television..."

29 posted on 03/27/2003 7:55:15 AM PST by Grampa Dave ("Those who are kind to the cruel end up being cruel to the kind!")
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To: mrustow
Problem is the Islam blinded here at FR shoots him down!
30 posted on 03/27/2003 7:56:04 AM PST by TLBSHOW
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To: mrustow
The extent of the Wahhabist infestation of my country makes me violently outraged.

Who will speak the truth ?

31 posted on 03/27/2003 7:59:17 AM PST by happygrl
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To: SubSailor
IMHO, he was assigned to the engineers to keep him out of the way...no offense to engineers, but, he had no access to real classifed material or projets etc etc....so, he was put on "ice"....
32 posted on 03/27/2003 8:00:30 AM PST by thinking
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To: mrustow
Saudis Pay Lawyers For Terrorists

Sgt. Akbar Studied At Saudi Funded Mosque

Murder In The 101 Airborne

Friends recall traitor Akbar aka Mark Fidel Kools

Family Of Muslim Marine Struggles With Conflicted Emotions

Black Muslim Held In Grenade Attacks Made Anti-Amerian Remarks


33 posted on 03/27/2003 8:06:44 AM PST by joesnuffy
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To: MeekMom
"http://www.howardbloom.net/":::Islam's War Against the West.

The U.S. African-American community is only a beachhead. Islamic forces have been attempting to gain control of U.S. media outlets in the hope of using them as propaganda tools for the Moslem point of view. The Saudis and America's Christian fundamentalists battled in the early '90s for the right to purchase America's second largest wire service, UPI. Ultimately, the Arabs won.

34 posted on 03/27/2003 8:07:10 AM PST by scouse
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To: joesnuffy
MSWA Muslim Soldiers With Attitude
35 posted on 03/27/2003 8:10:20 AM PST by joesnuffy
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To: scouse
The Arabs own UPI? I thought Sun Myung-Moon had bought it.
36 posted on 03/27/2003 8:20:13 AM PST by mrustow (no tag)
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To: mrustow
Interesting and blood pressure raising read. Thanks for the ping.
37 posted on 03/27/2003 8:20:23 AM PST by MrConfettiMan
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To: fightu4it
In World War II Asan Akbar aka Hasan Karim Akbar aka Mark Fidel Kools would have been, very soon after his attack, tied to a stake and shot by a firing squad of men picked from his own unit.

The very forces that are in play in this country preventing such action from being carried out, are exactly what is wrong with this country.

Unfortunately, you are correct.

38 posted on 03/27/2003 8:21:33 AM PST by mrustow (no tag)
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To: Sabertooth
The U.S. military has a Moslem problem within the ranks, and its attempts to ignore the problem, have only worsened it.

Unfortuately, these attempts go all the way to the pinnacles of power.
The "it's all Clinton's fault" alibi isn't going to last much longer.

Meaning George "Islam is Peace" Bush? But he doesn't mean what he says, and if he said what he believed, we wouldn't be getting the cooperation we're receiving from many Moslem governments.

39 posted on 03/27/2003 8:24:46 AM PST by mrustow (no tag)
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To: mrustow
I thought Sun Myung-Moon had bought it.

You may be correct,he may have purchased it from the Arabs. I think Mr Bloom may have been pointing to the time when Pat Robertson tried to purchase the service.

40 posted on 03/27/2003 8:29:48 AM PST by scouse
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To: thinking; TLBSHOW
Whose bright idea was it to put him in charge of the grenades?
41 posted on 03/27/2003 8:30:14 AM PST by aristeides
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To: scouse
I think that is correct. Saudis owned it, and then sold it to forces associated with the Unification Church.
42 posted on 03/27/2003 8:31:40 AM PST by aristeides
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To: MeekMom
Can't agree with you enough! Rid our country of these vermin!
43 posted on 03/27/2003 8:32:29 AM PST by Chi-Town Lady
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To: aristeides
Thanks for the info'.
44 posted on 03/27/2003 8:45:34 AM PST by scouse
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To: aristeides
bttt
45 posted on 03/27/2003 8:46:23 AM PST by TLBSHOW
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To: mrustow; Happygal; scholar; Mudboy Slim; sultan88; FBD; joanie-f
Herein lies the A#1 problem with the way the Liberal-Socialists have applied their version of "Political Correctness."

We've -- ALL -- been conditioned to ignore that which can & will kill our nation, our culture & ultimately ourselves.

For that one act alone, they should be made to pay.

...& pay dearly.

46 posted on 03/27/2003 9:20:50 AM PST by Landru
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To: mrustow
Thanks for the heads up!
47 posted on 03/27/2003 9:33:15 AM PST by Alamo-Girl
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To: Grampa Dave
Sure thing. Thanks for the background on Muhammad, which shows how deeply rooted the military's refusal to enforce its own rules is, in the case of black Moslems.
48 posted on 03/27/2003 10:08:48 AM PST by mrustow (no tag)
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To: proud American in Canada
Bumpbackatcha!
49 posted on 03/27/2003 10:09:47 AM PST by mrustow (no tag)
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To: mrustow
Anytime, and please ping me when you post a thread!

Thanks again!
50 posted on 03/27/2003 10:13:24 AM PST by Grampa Dave ("Those who are kind to the cruel end up being cruel to the kind!")
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