12 Years After 9-11

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Twelve years after the American homeland was attacked by Muslim terrorists, Iran, the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism, is sending entire battalions to Syria to prop up Assad’s regime.

Twelve years after 9/11, Barack Obama’s reset button with Russia has finally yielded what the radical left in America has always wanted: a diminution of American power on the world stage. But since power vacuums need to be filled, Russia and China are stepping in.

Twelve years after 9/11, the Arab Muslim world is reverting to its pre-Westphalian origins, where blood-soaked family, clan, and tribal feuds overwhelm their blood-soaked nation-states.

Twelve years after 9/11, the Arab Muslim world is in the process of doing to Arab Christians what they did to Arab Jews: ethnic cleansing. The only plot of land in the Middle East where Christians are safe is Israel, the Jewish state.

Twelve years after 9/11, the chattering classes in the Western world are more worried about so-called Islamophobia than about the rising tide of IslamoNazis in Western democracies.

Twelve years after 9/11 — last night, on the eve of 9/11 — President Obama made another of his most brilliant speeches in which he told the American people and the world — cue laugh-track — that regarding Syria, America is going to do… nothing.

Twelve years after 9/11, Barack Obama has consistently allied America with the Muslim Brotherhood, the IslamoNazis whose ideology was the inspiration for the 9/11 atrocities.

Twelve years after 9/11, Dr. Shakil Afridi, the Pakistani physician who helped America identify and ultimately kill Osama bin Laden, has been sentenced to 33 years in prison on charges of treason. That this administration has not compelled Pakistan to set this brave man free is a national disgrace, a crime against decency.

Dr. Shakil Afridi

Dr. Shakil Afridi

Twelve years after 9/11, the Obama administration aided the Muslim Brotherhood’s rise to power in Egypt.

Twelve years after 9/11, the Obama administration is treating the murder of three Americans in Benghazi  a year ago, on the eleventh anniversary of 9/11, as a “phony scandal.”

Twelve years after 9/11, Iran’s leaders understand that America under Obama will do nothing to halt their country’s march toward becoming a nuclear power.

Twelve years after 9/11, Israel, America’s only true ally in the Middle East, understands that while the American people support Israel, Barack Obama does not. In fact, the President of the United States is a standard leftist enemy of the Jewish state.

Twelve years after 9/11, American timidity in the face of the Iranian nuclear threat has handed that terrorist nation international prestige, which translates into geopolitical power. We have seen the fruits of rogue nuclear states. North Korea and Pakistan are failed states by any measure, yet both wield undue leverage on the world stage precisely because they have fingers on a nuclear trigger.

Maayan Ariel in the land of Israel.

Maayan Ariel in the land of Israel.

 

Twelve years after 9/11, Mr. Obama views building permits in Jerusalem as a greater threat to international peace than the so-called Palestinians, whose inveterate Jew-hatred and genocidal-yearning ideology is drawn from — you guessed it — the Muslim Brotherhood.

Twelve years after 9/11, the Obama administration cannot and will not name radical Islam as the greatest threat to Western civilization.

Just after 9/11, the great writer Oriana Fallaci broke a long silence  and, with exquisite anger, defined the Islamist enemy and indicted the Western elite as enablers and IslamoNazi collaborators.

Twelve years after 9/11, few are willing to quote Union General Philip Sheridan, who understood that the only path to victory is by waging total war. Of the enemy, he said:

The people must be left nothing but their eyes to weep with after the war.

General Philip Sheridan

General Philip Sheridan

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  1. eyawitz
    Posted September 12, 2013 at 7:06 am | Permalink

    I wonder how many Christian readers understood your use of the term “pre-Westphalian”.

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    • Posted September 12, 2013 at 11:55 am | Permalink

      I, for one, do not understand. I normally associate Westphalia with Prussia and/or the Roman defeat at the Teutoburg Forest.

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      • Robert J. Avrech
        Posted September 13, 2013 at 1:50 am | Permalink

        ProphetJoe
        I don’t understand what our friend eyawitz is referring to either. The Westphalian treaties “resulted from the big diplomatic congress,thereby initiating a new system of political order in central Europe, later called Westphalian sovereignty, based upon the concept of a sovereign state governed by a sovereign and establishing a prejudice in international affairs against interference in another nation’s domestic business.” In short, the peace of Westphalia created a basis for national self-determination. My point is that Arab states have rejected national self determination in favor of family, clan and tribe.

        I do hope eyawitz will expound. Clearly, he knows something we don’t.

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    • Robert J. Avrech
      Posted September 13, 2013 at 1:53 am | Permalink

      eyawitz:

      My pre-Westphalin reference is classical, with no Jewish meaning. Can you tell me what you mean, please?

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      • eyawitz
        Posted September 15, 2013 at 4:22 am | Permalink

        What I remembered about the Peace of Westphalia was that it was the beginning of the end of internecine Christian religious war, and I assumed that you were making a parallel with the internal and external jihads among the Moslems.  My reference to Christian readers was to the fact that many of them are in deep denial of the violent past of their religion, which extended in Europe at least into the 20th century.  I believe that many of them, especially in America, do reject religious violence, but I wonder how much of that rejection is based on an ignorance of their own past.

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        • Posted September 15, 2013 at 6:01 am | Permalink

          I apologize beforehand for being obsessive about “Someone is Wrong on the Internet!”  However…
          The Peace of Westphalia was but one early truce in the fratricidal Great Christian Sectarian Civil War that decimated the entire continent of Europe and European Christians from the 1500’s to the 1700’s.
          It was only after this Christian “reformation” that folk began murdering each in the Name of Ideology as opposed to Christianity.  “At least into the 20th century” was not religious warfare, but sectarian ideology of new isms, including “patriotism.”

          Islamists and Arabists are currently undergoing their Great Sectarian Civil War and have been at it for the last 100 years.  Unfortunately, like  European Christians before them (and the Jews 2,000 years ago), they will destroy the world with their insane fratricide unless they are forced to stop.
           

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          • eyawitz
            Posted September 15, 2013 at 7:49 am | Permalink

            I don’t know how what you wrote is any different from what I wrote.  I said “the beginning of the end”, and my point about the 20th century was that Christian violence against non-Christians (Jews in particular) certainly lasted that long in Europe.

            Again, my main point is about the denial among contemporary Christians that theirs was ever anything but a completely non-violent religion (and for the record, I will admit to having my problems with Judaism’s long-dormant violent attitudes as well.)

            And let me add that I hate these narrowing comments.  What happens when we get down to one letter per line?

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  2. M.R. Smith
    Posted September 12, 2013 at 3:39 am | Permalink

    Disgraceful. If the U.S. will abandon a man like that, why should anyone ally himself with it? If the U.S. government can help him, they should.
     
    Twelve years after 9/11, Dr. Shakil Afridi, the Pakistani physician who helped America identify and ultimately kill Osama bin Laden, has been sentenced to 33 years in prison on charges of treason. That this administration has not compelled Pakistan to set this brave man free is a national disgrace, a crime against decency.

    Dr. Shakil Afridi

    This is off topic, but this coming sabbath is Yom Kippur and I wish all the religious Jews on this website an easy fast. May you be inscribed for a good, sweet year.

    Maayan Ariel in the land of Israel.

     

    General Philip Sherida

        

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  3. JoeinLA
    Posted September 11, 2013 at 10:41 am | Permalink

    Ohio contributed several great Civil War generals, including Ulysses S. Grant, William T. Sherman and Philip H. Sheridan.

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    • Posted September 12, 2013 at 12:02 pm | Permalink

      Hey, Illinois likes to claim Grant too! And Sheridan lived in Chicago for some time — the locals donated a house to his family after he protected Chicago following the Great Fire of 1871. Of course, Ft. Sheridan is in Illinois as well. 🙂

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  4. Barry
    Posted September 11, 2013 at 10:16 am | Permalink

    Robert–
    Yes, of course, to all you have written. And, Phillip Sheridan is my kind of guy. Played by J. Carroll Naish in Rio Grande. The conversations with Kirby Yorke are worth referencing.

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  5. Bill Brandt
    Posted September 11, 2013 at 10:04 am | Permalink

    And we are sitting on the stage watching it all unfold.

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  6. Posted September 11, 2013 at 10:02 am | Permalink

    I urge all of your readers to watch this tribute for 911.  It is a great motivator…
    http://attacked911.tripod.com/

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