Wednesday, September 05, 2012

Obama - Biden "We Have Ended The Taliban Regime" Not Really, But Still Saluting Seal Team 6

[As the anniversary of that horrifying holocaust on 9/11 approaches, I just witnessed the most riveting first hand account of Seal Tea 6's heroic raid on Bin Laden's compound on 60 Minutes. He revealed no top secret info, yet, at this time, he is under threat by enemies at home and abroad, including the Pentagon for telling the story every American should hear. An Obama spokesperson has already threatened the Seal author, so lets support him by buying his book "No Easy Day."]

Joe Biden: " I'll give you two good reasons why we should reelect President Obama - General Motors and Bin Laden."

General Motors was saved by giving the ailing company a rigged bankruptcy which blessed the unions while shafting investors, and a tax holiday permitting GM to avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. As of this date, GM has not repaid all of the billions of dollars given to it. Its stock would have to double for GM to come even close to total repayment.

Its fine that President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden have bragged on "Getting Bin Laden" as one of the best accomplishments of President Obama, but just assassinating the head of the snake has not slowed Al Qaeda down. In fact, they are regrouping and wreaking terror like never before - while aiming at U.S. troops among their chief targets. This past week, Obama again made the claim that he has "Ended the Taliban regime." Not So Fast, Al Qaeda Breath.

According to one report, the United States is even helping to train Al Qaeda in Pakistan to fight with the rebels against the Syrian regime. This, all the while Al Qaeda has been initiating a disturbing influence in Yemen, Syria, and Lebanon - post mortem Osama Bin Laden. And,Al-Qaeda asks Hezbollah to renounce support of Syrian regime.

Since last week, Al Qaeda is the prime suspect for the killing and wounding of over 20 Americans and Pakistanis in Peshawar in retribution for the multitude of drone attacks in various areas of Pakistan. The Obama administration is afraid of offending Pakistani officials, although it is well known that several government departments in Pakistan have close ties to Al Qaeda. Twenty Pakistanis were pulled off a bus recently and butchered by an Al Qaeda supported Taliban.

Maybe Romney was right that, "It was not worth moving heaven and earth to get Bin Laden," but I'm glad we did get him, however, I would caution President Obama and Joe Biden not to excessively celibrate Osama's assassination, as the Taliban and Al Qaeda networks have been able to do fine without him. Just as quick as drones have been knocking off Al Qaeda leaders, other leaders have immediately emerged, convincing Afghans, trained by U.S. forces, to shoot their trainers - U.S. forces.

Here is more proof of the resurging Al Qaeda/Taliban, despite the fake bravado and braggadocio of those twin terrors - Obama and Biden:

Avoiding The Looks That Kill the Taliban have been increasing their intimidation attacks on civilians
September 7, 2012: Over the last month combat activity has been increasing east of Kabul, in an area 100-150 kilometers from the Pakistan border. This is particularly true in Kunar province, which is northeast of Kabul. There's always been a lot of action southeast of Kabul is Paktia, Paktika, and Khost provinces just across the border from terrorist sanctuary North Waziristan. The presence of more soldiers and police has weakened Taliban control over the civilians in these provinces. In response, the Taliban have been increasing their intimidation attacks on civilians, including beheading children (often siblings of policemen, as a warning to not be too hard on local Taliban)

"The Taliban said the US move would have no impact on their operations. Zabihullah Mujahid, their spokesman, warned the action would fuel anti-American sentiments in the region.

Although the Taliban have not yet claimed credit for the attack, they have claimed other suicide attacks in Nangarhar in the past, including the Feb. 27, 2012 suicide assault on the main ISAF airbase in Jalalabad that killed nine people; the May 18, 2011 suicide bombing that killed 13 police recruits in Jalalabad; and the Feb. 11, 2011 suicide assaulton a bank in Jalalabad.

The prospect of the Taliban taking over the war-torn country after the pullout of foreign forces is the biggest nightmare for the Pakistani security establishment.

By Jennifer Rubin Soon after President Obama got finished downsizing our objectives in Afghanistan in prime-time (just destroy al-Qaeda and we’re done), other terrorist players reminded us that his refined target is too narrow and insufficient to achieve the national security objectives he’s previously set forth.

"We brought an end to the Taliban regime" BO

Warning: the video is extremely graphic and shows al Qaeda in Iraq fighters brutally executing Iraqi policemen. The Islamic State of Iraq, al Qaeda's political front in the country, recently released a video detailing a sophisticated attack in March that included dozens of fighters dressed as police commandos in the western city of Haditha in Anbar province. During the raid, al Qaeda in Iraq fighters killed 27 Iraqi policemen, including two police commanders.

"I am so upset because the reason the American people don’t know or care about our troops being slaughtered, one a day, by Muslim terrorists in Afghanistan, is because the criminally negligent media is protecting their evil, anti-Christ Muslim-sympathizing-messiah, Obama."

Al Qaeda has exploited the Arab Spring to create its largest safe havens and operational bases in more than a decade across the Arab world. In the 18 months since the Arab revolutions first began, al Qaeda has grown stronger, despite founder Osama bin Laden’s death and a lack of mass appeal.

A suicide bomber struck outside NATO headquarters in Kabul on Saturday, killing six street children a day after the United States moved to blacklist the Haqqani faction as a terrorist organisation.

Bombers Kill 6 In Kabul - 6 Hours Ago September 9,2012A suicide bomber struck outside NATO headquarters in Kabul on Saturday, killing six street children a day after the United States moved to blacklist the Haqqani faction as a terrorist organisation.The Taliban, leading a decade-long insurgency against NATO troops and the Afghan government, swiftly claimed responsibility, saying the CIA had been the target to avenge US moves to designate as terrorists their most feared faction.

Don't try to tell the above dead Afghanistan teenagers that Obama has "Ended the Taliban regime."

According to reports, neither President Obama or Vice President Biden have ended the biggest enemy -the Bush Regime. Its still in power according to Obama and Biden campaign speeches.