Commentary & Analysis
L. A. Marzulli
Our president addressed the nation yesterday in the wake of the horrific killings in Orlando. He never mentioned RADICAL ISLAM. He steered away from the obvious and I believe it was very deliberate and calculated on his part.
Trump, on the other hand, called the shooting for what they were, the face of radical Islam.
I was on a show a few days earlier and I was talking about my book The Days of Chaos. I mentioned that we were overdue for another terrorist attack, as it had been a while since the San Bernardino shootings.
Chilling isn’t it, as 24 hours later the mayhem ensued in Orlando.
Never mind Sharia.
Never mind radical Islam that throws gay people off of three-story rooftops.
Never mind about ISIS tearing the eyes out of a person before skinning him alive.
Never mind about the countless atrocities committed world-wide in the name of the so-called religion of peace. http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/images/Ramadan-Bombathon-2016.jpg
ISIS released a hit list of 8000 Americans. I wonder who is on it? I wonder when the government will let the people who are on the list know about it?
We are at war. The war is with those who embrace Jihad as a way of life. The war is with those who would impose Sharia law on the rest of us. The war is with those who are radical Islamists.
Interesting that Obama talked about more gun control rather than pointing to the real threat, radical Islam.
Sarah Palin had this to say about it:
The solution to these Islamic attacks that would hurl us toward transforming into an intensely frightened, cowering nation? No, it is not more “gun control” that further strips us of the responsibility and means to protect the innocent. The solution begins with acknowledging the threat, for it creates a dark and deadly situation for every American when the leader of the free world leaves Islamic terrorism out of our calculations, when they are among us.
Here’s what an Imam had to say about Gays. This is so twisted I don’t know how to address it.
In closing my post today: The New World Order’s motto is: out of chaos order. Chaos is the calling card. I would put to you that we living in a classic Hegelian Dialectic to bring about a one world government, a new world order.
The conflict, which is the first leg of the dialectic is the influx of Muslims into Europe and the US. The terrorists act that are committed, which are the second leg of the dialectic, create fear, chaos, and as usual Big Government calls for gun control and further surveillance. The third leg of the dialectic will be the confiscation of guns and a Big Brother state that controls our every move.
Think about it. Why would Germany’s Merkel allow upward of 1 million muslims into the country. What has it created, chaos. Government will provide the answer to the chaos they have, in fact, created.
Then we have the Fort Hood shooter, the Boston bombings, the so-called honor killings that are hushed up by the press, and now the worst mass shooting in US history—I guess wounded knee doesn’t count? (see below)
If we have people coming into this country from other countries that promulgate jihad and sharia, what do we expect? This is a managed agenda, one that is designed to take our freedoms away. Why else would Obama admit over 100 Syrians into this country daily. http://usweekly.com/news/348/1326/100_Syrian_Refugees_Per_Day.html
We are being set up. Trump stated that we should close our borders, and stop immigration from countries that promulgate terrorism. This is the sane answer and unless we do this the America we grew up in will be no more.
WOUNDED KNEE: CONFLICT BREAKS OUT
On December 29, the U.S. Army’s 7th Cavalry surrounded a band of Ghost Dancers under Big Foot, a Lakota Sioux chief, near Wounded Knee Creek and demanded they surrender their weapons. As that was happening, a fight broke out between an Indian and a U.S. soldier and a shot was fired, although it’s unclear from which side. A brutal massacre followed, in which it’s estimated 150 Indians were killed (some historians put this number at twice as high), nearly half of them women and children. The cavalry lost 25 men.
The conflict at Wounded Knee was originally referred to as a battle, but in reality it was a tragic and avoidable massacre. Surrounded by heavily armed troops, it’s unlikely that Big Foot’s band would have intentionally started a fight. Some historians speculate that the soldiers of the 7th Cavalry were deliberately taking revenge for the regiment’s defeat at Little Bighorn in 1876. Whatever the motives, the massacre ended the Ghost Dance movement and was the last major confrontation in America’s deadly war against the Plains Indians.