Monday, April 19, 2010

Al-Qaeda Suffers Serious Blow

"If you're going to cut an innocent Amercian's head off on camera, cover up your face with a towel!"

Al-Qaeda's two top leaders were killed on Sunday in Iraq, signaling a severe crimp in their operation's overall security. Abu Ayyub al-Masri and Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, both of whom took over after the Master of Beheading, Abu Mussab al-Zarqawi, was blown to bits in an air raid, were killed during a Coalition led raid. Will their stamping out signal the end of al-Qaeda's effectiveness in Iraq? Since other similarly minded radicals will surely take their place, probably not. But the group's effectiveness to wage their brutal version of war against both the west and Judeo-Christians in general, has clearly been compromised. For more on the story.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Terrorist Nuclear Blast Inevitable

For those of you who still believe the war in Afghanistan is unjust or spreading democracy in Iraq is a waste of precious resources or shutting down Gitmo is the humane thing to do, remember, Muslim Radicals want us dead. All of us. Now, in the wake of Obama's presence at the April 13 Nuclear Security Summit, White House spokespersons have warned that when the terrorist-triggered nuclear blast occurs, help for victims may take days. That's not, "if" a nuclear blast occurs. It's "when."

Says Rick Nelson of the Center for Strategic and International Studies: "Do I think in my lifetime I'll see the detonation of a nuclear device? I do."

And you thought The Road was fiction...

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