Tuesday, June 26, 2012

FBI Tracking 100 Suspected Extremists In Military

The FBI and Department of Defense call these cases "insider threats." Since 2001, law enforcement officials have foiled and prosecuted more than 30 plots or attacks against military targets within the United States.

State Dept. Won’t Explain Terrorist WH Visit.
The U.S. State Department “refuses to explain” how a member of an Egyptian terrorist group was allowed into the White House for a visit. According to a daily briefing transcript published by Jennifer Rubin at the Washington Post:

To Be Politically Correct U.S. Ignores Threat Of Radicalized Muslim-Americans.
he scathing report is the result of a heated series of committee hearings on the taboo issue of Islamic radicalization in the United States, a subject that the administration evidently fears will alienate Muslims. The bottom line is that al Qaeda is using U.S.-based Muslim radicals to plan mass casualty attacks.

Mysterious Money and Motive Behind Monster Mosque in Murfreesboro. Tenessee
And, what will it really cost to build something that looks like this, per square foot, at 53,000 square feet, when the project is completed? How many millions of dollars will these “45 active members” be coming up with – and where is all this money coming from?
Now the question of who is paying for this Islamic compound and why is it so big, begs another question:
Why is it that after 9/11, mosque construction in America has nearly doubled?

Obama Hotline for Illegal Immigrants
The Homeland Security Department is launching a hotline for illegal immigrants. It is a toll free number that is staffed 24 hours a day. When you call it, ICE personnel will answer questions on how to fight deportation.

Obama is disarming Airline Pilots, Removing the 'Last Line of Defense'
After nearly a decade of safe operation, the White House is looking to reduce the number of pilots who provide an extra layer of security against airborne terror by packing a pistol in the cockpit.
The federal flight-deck officer program was put in place as a direct response to the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, when terrorists barged into the cockpits and seized control of airliners.

Christianity on the Decline in Australia; Eastern Faiths Increasing
Between 1986 and 2006, the number of Hindus in Australia increased sevenfold, while the number of Buddhists has fivefold. The number of Australians with no religious affiliation rose to 22.3 per cent in 2011 from holding 18.7 percent of the population in 2006.

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