June 5, 2007

Nuclear Terrorism

About a year and a half ago, I posted on the possibility, if not sheer likelihood, of future nuclear terrorist attacks on the United States.

In that post, I linked to a book I had then recently read, Nuclear Terrorism: The Ultimate Preventable Catastrophe, by Graham Allison. While Allison’s politics and mine travel opposite paths and while he has been associated with the Bilderbergs, I consider him an authority worth listening to as regards the subject matter of the book.

It is in the nature of our society, one that has, by virtue of a generally excellent defense structure and ideal geographic placement, been spared the bulk of the grim realities that seem to befall many other nations as a matter of course, to utterly refuse to consider the possibility of anyone setting off a nuke on American soil. After all, the government certainly wouldn’t let that happen, who would want to do a thing like that? and anyway, where would they even get nukes? The only places one sees this are in fiction novels and on the TV series, “24″. Besides, attacking us with a nuclear weapon would be too big a project for some sanity challenged terrorist group.

Of course it would, just like 9/11.

Meanwhile, in the real world…

NewsMax has been touting a new book by Paul Williams, titled The Day of Islam: The Annihilation of America and the Western World

I haven’t read it yet, but I will be picking up a copy shortly and placing it at the top of my reading list.

Here is a link within one of today’s NewsMax emails in which Williams responds to a few interview questions.

Unlike in the case of mainstream liberals, those of us whose political focus is founded by evidencial and accurate history based reality are fully aware that Islamic terrorists (is that a reverse oximoron, or what?) and most of their leaders would have little if any compunction about sacrificing their own lives to murder lots and lots of infidels, especially American ones.

To repost a Khomeini quote from the good old days of Carter’s Iran,

We do not worship Iran, we worship Allah. For patriotism is another name for paganism. I say let this land [Iran] burn. I say let this land go up in smoke, provided Islam emerges triumphant in the rest of the world.

Obviously, the Ayatollah was not referring to an unpopulated Iran, but to the vaporization of the entire country along with millions of his fellow Muslims.

This exemplifies the kind of thinking that drives Islamofascism and, as we have seen, drives them to translate that thinking into action; and they think big. To them, theirs is a mega-zealous, global religious agenda — so called “fire & brimstone” preachers in the Bible Belt have no idea, but then, being Christians, they wouldn’t. Too many factors like humanity and love of G-d stand in the way of that. Islamic hirabahists lack not only any trace of humanity or love of G-d (Muslims aren’t compelled to love Allah, they are only ordered to submit to their satanic lord and his pedophile prophet), but they remain someplace in the 8th Century while the march of time leaves them increasingly farther behind its dust.

So anyone who doubts for even a second that these animals wouldn’t light off a nuke or five in American cities the minute they are able needs to ponder just a bit harder. Such an act(/ acts) would inspire worldwide terror on a scale that would dwarf even 9/11. Non-Muslim countries that hadn’t already begun the dance of the dhimmi would be scrambling to become friends of Islam (I will point out here that becoming such a friend of Islam is exceedingly more dangerous than becoming a Friend of the Library). This would be a major victory for Islamofascism, hastening their quest for global Sharia law, among other evils.

With all that ignored evidence out there coupled with the zeal of our terrorist enemy, one can only pray that the government has a handle on this issue that the New York Times and ABC don’t hear about.

by @ 6:42 pm. Filed under Islam In Action, Terrorism
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2 Responses to “Nuclear Terrorism”

  1. BB-Idaho Says:

    My wife and daughter took a recent trip to British Coumbia. Border security took them 3 hours going into Canada, and 2 and a half upon returning. They were a little nonplussed that a red-flagged TB carrier zipped right through customs after a worldwide trip. As a security professional, you got any idea of why we invariably waste time & money on stopping the wrong people, while passing the suspicious ones right on by? (BTW, I’m still p****d about having my trunk and back seat ripped out by the Border Patrol when I returned on military TDY from Mexico in 1965..

  2. Seth Says:

    BB –

    Bureaucracy, budget (real professionals to man the checkpoints and the best equipment available cost money the bean counters don’t want to spend) and political correctness are the major ingredients in the mix.

    Much of the BS seems to me to be of a feel-good cosmetic nature, since I know a few colleagues who have been paid to test TSA checkpoints at airports and passed through with all sorts of goodies, and I think you may have read the story of my well travelled Swiss Army knife.

    I suspect that your mishap at the border was more the product of some folks being general purpose assholes or “he-man” wannabes.