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You Don’t Arrest Them, You Kill Them

February 10th, 2009 | No Comments | Posted in Pass the ammo, People are Stupid, Support the Troops

I truly wonder what it will take for the rest of the world to realize that we are at WAR.  This is not a gang of drug runners who are trying to expand their turf and sell their crack, this is a group that has declared a religious war on us and will not stop until one side of the other is defeated.

As Uncle Jimbo said; War’s don’t end, they are either won or lost.  So why the hell can’t Europe seem to understand that?

Poland pledges to capture and “punish” the Taliban militants who beheaded a Polish engineer in Pakistan on Friday before delivering a video of the attack to the media, the Times of London reports.

“The cassette of the execution, this bestial execution, is authentic and unfortunately it confirms the worst,” Sikorski reportedly said in a statement. “Now we can no longer save our compatriot, we are going to try to punish his killers.”

Sikorski promised to issue international arrest warrants for the Taliban militants, and officials charged that elements within the Pakistani government shared blame for the killing.

Punish?? No. How about ‘decimate’, how about ‘exterminate’, how about ‘kill’?

These are not criminals that can be arrested, then put on trial and locked up for a few years and then, gee, they are reformed.  These people worship death, to them every road leads to death no matter what.  They blow themselves up and they are martyrs, if they are shamed then blowing themselves up will erase the shame and make them martyrs.

So why are people still talking about arresting and ‘bringing them to justice’? Kill them and be done with it for once.  IF they want death so badly I think that is one thing we should accommodate them on.

The Religion of Rape

February 5th, 2009 | 4 Comments | Posted in Cowards, Religion of..., Support the Troops

To my classmates who have said to me that these poor Muslims use suicide bombers because “they believe in their cause and this is the only way they can fight back”

A WOMAN suspected of recruiting more than 80 female suicide bombers has confessed to organising their rapes so she could later convince them that martyrdom was the only way to escape the shame.

This goes hand in hand with this

Islamic terrorists are raping young men in order to drive them into suicide bombings.

The Sun quotes Algerian militant Abu Baçir El Assimi:

“The sexual act on young recruits aged between 16 to 19 was a means to urge them to commit suicide operations.”

The paper claims that “intense social stigma and fear of more gay sex attacks leaves Muslims prepared to die.”

But who are we to judge their culture, right?  All I hear is that we need to ‘understand’ and, according to Obama, we need to “listen more”.  Well, maybe if we listen hard enough we can hear the girls and boys of this twisted ‘culture’ begging their attackers not to rape them.

Hunt them down and kill them like the animals they truly are.

Goodbye, Kitty, and God Bless

February 2nd, 2009 | 2 Comments | Posted in History, It's all about me, Support the Troops

When I was 18 and wild I joined the Navy because I wanted to see the world and also because I knew there wasn’t a college around that would take me or, more likely, that I wouldn’t get thrown out of.  That was back in 1985 – yea, do the math.  Now, a piece of my history is being retired.

The first parts of the world that I saw was San Diego CA (boot camp), Millington TN (A school) and then LeMoore CA (Duty Station).  When I hit Lemoore I was assigned to VA-147, the Argonauts.  They had just come off a cruise when I got there so it was over a year before we went on another one.

We headed out to Fallon a few times to do training during that first year which was a lot more dirt and dust, something that I had grown up with, so I wasn’t to impressed by it all. I wanted the ocean!  I wanted to see the WORLD!  Not more dirt, scrub brush and sandstorms.  Finally though we were packing up to go on our first training cruise and we were heading back to San Diego to meet our ship – the Kittyhawk.

When we reached the pier that Kitty was tied up at I couldn’t take my eyes off of her.  She was big, grey and beautiful.  I remember wondering how I was going to keep from getting lost on something that big.  Walking through the hangers was like walking through our hangars back home, they were HUGE to me.  Combine that with the smell of the salt water and the sound of seagulls, and this desert rat was ready to go!  The sea was calling and I wanted to answer it!!

During one of our training exercises we provided security for a missile test by keeping ships out of the launch area and making sure it was clear.  I remember being up on the flight deck when the missile burst from the ocean waves.  It was like a white hot star leaping for the sky.  I learned later that the glow of it was seen all the way into Arizona and people had called in to report a UFO.

It was on Kittyhawk that I first saw the world.  My first cruise on her was also, sadly, my last.  We took her around the world from San Diego to Philadelphia and back to the port that she originally sailed from for an overhaul.

In the Philippines  I learned to always keep my wits about me, no matter how friendly the company.  Some pickpockets are very, very good at serving beer.  From there is was on to the Indian Ocean and Karachi Pakistan where I found out that you can get some very nice boots for a very good price if you are willing to haggle over it.  Pattaya Beach Thailand I learned that sometimes you should go ahead and catch that boat back to your berth and not wait for the next one to come it.

Italy was my first taste of Europe, and a welcome one it was after traveling at a snails pace through the Suez canal.  The canal was so narrow for a ship our size that I still swear that if I had jumped off either side of the flight deck I would have landed on sand.  That was probably the tensest moment for us during the cruise, we were helpless.  A carrier relies on it’s air-wing for defense and going through the canal there was no way for us to launch anything.  We were essentially sitting ducks.

After Italy we stopped in France and after that Rota Spain which was probably my favorite stop on the whole cruise.  There was a shop in Rota, a smoke shop, and the owner was an old man who had behind the counter a display of every American military zippo lighter that he had collected over the years.  He had over 25 different ships in his collection, he thanked us for our service and told us he was a child during WWII and he never forgot what we Americans did.  I was glad to add a Kittyhawk lighter to his collection.

Miss Kitty helped this young boy become a young man.  I saw places that I will never see again, some good and some bad but all of them incredible in their own way.  Now we say goodby to Miss Kitty, sometimes called the Shitty Kitty, god bless that wonderful ship and all the men and women who served on her.

Amen

January 30th, 2009 | No Comments | Posted in Support the Troops

God bless the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines.  I will say again that I wish we had finished this the first time we were over there, when I was in the Navy, so that you wouldn’t have to deal with it now. Thank you for picking it up and carrying on.

h/t BLACKFIVE

Not just No, but HELL NO!

January 27th, 2009 | No Comments | Posted in Support the Troops, WTF

found this one over at Grandma’s House

LAHORE: United States President Barack Obama’s decision to close the Guantanamo Bay Detention Centre is a mere whitewash, Muhammad Saad, a former inmate, said on Sunday.

Saad said Obama has to apologise to the prisoners, to their families and their societies. “They have to apologise to the Muslim world and a whole generation. That’s the least he could do. He should pledge these atrocities will never be repeated and compensate those who suffered any kind of torture.”

Pakistani security officials say ex-inmates are subject to strict police vigilance and most of the more than 60 Pakistanis who have been released are monitored by law enforcement agencies. “They (the Americans) have destroyed so many lives. They have turned intelligent, healthy human beings into vegetables,” Saad said. afp

Yea, read it again so that the disbelief will be replaced by the fact that this is real.

IF Mr. Obama does this then he WILL be a disgrace to this country and all the men and women who have fought and died to protect it.

I have an idea, Mr Saad can apologize first for being a terrorist, for throwing feces and urine at his guards while he was detained and for being an all around waste of a human life.  As far as reparations go – How bout we just send you off to those 72 virgins.  Asshole.

I doubt the ‘horror’ he suffered being at Gitmo was anything like what Daniel Pearl suffered so as far as I’m concerned this piece of crap can eat shit and die.

I love reading good news for a change

January 18th, 2009 | 3 Comments | Posted in Cowards, Support the Troops

I love it when you look at the news and that one bit of unexpected good news jumps out at you and gives you a warm fuzzy feeling.  Like this story for example

ANTI-TERROR bosses last night hailed their latest ally in the war on terror — the BLACK DEATH.

At least 40 al-Qaeda fanatics died horribly after being struck down with the disease that devastated Europe in the Middle Ages.

The al-Qaeda epidemic began in the cave hideouts of AQLIM in Tizi Ouzou province, 150km east of the capital Algiers. The group, led by wanted terror boss Abdelmalek Droudkal, was forced to turn its shelters in the Yakouren forest into mass graves and flee.

Yea, don’t ya just hate it when that happens?

I’m gonna be smiling all week now.