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This is how terrorists filter in a nation.

These MEN, just leaving their families behind? Those that would have the greatest need to relocate to safety would be women, children and elderly.   Don’t continue to be so naive!  These are not refugees.   These MEN; most will create social issues of disruption, protesters, violent protests on demands not requests, others will bomb the population, murder and rape. Its their history. Look at Europe.   The creation of warfare terrorism.

Look at the people on the far right of the barrier. What do you see?  I see people with concern they are being INVADED.



When I wake up in the morning, I plant myself in front of this computer, log on to WordPress, check out many of the blogger’s new posts, especially those I follow, the first thing I see more often than not:  stories of Muslim refugees beating and raping women; time after time.   It doesn’t always state that it is a Muslim woman or a Christian, Buddist, atheist, black or white, purple, green or a space alien, IT DOESN’T MATTER!

The refugees aren’t helping their cause, whatever the hell that is and it may be that some are truly looking for a better life, but many of their own countrymen are not looking for peace and love; they only want to spread THEIR violent obsession.

If most, and I say this with much doubt, are peace loving good people, then why don’t the MOST stand-up and stop their minority religious violent counterparts?   Could it be, and I say this based on what I SEE, they all have the same goal, by the same end means, it is just the terrorists are their soldiers, their army and the pretentious peaceful Muslims let them carry out the means for all!  Pretentious, meaning most filter in with the rest of the world, while their brothers do the dirty work.

If this is the case, then Donald Trump is absolutely right.   Shut them down.

We have the Amish and Quakers in the U.S. that practice what they preach, you don’t see a large part, any part of their population taking part in terrorist activities in the name of their religion.  They would not allow it, would put an end to it.   I know you have Sunni Muslims fighting terrorist Sunni Muslims……but it isn’t enough.   Look at the millions posing as refugees…….millions can’t deal with the terror within their own country?   No, its easier to go to Europe or America and spread it around.

I want to be wrong, and God forgive me for thinking the way I am moving my thoughts towards if I am wrong, but it is what I see.    Does He want us to just turn our heads, knowing destruction and killing is to follow, possibly upon on our families?   Does God not want us to protect our families?

I have 3 young grandchildren and 2 in the oven, many of us do.  What are we doing to them?




What is this solving?

Running away from your problem(s), that solves nothing, wouldn’t you agree?   We’ve all been told that, in this part of the world anyway from either our parents, counselors or a shrink, someone.  The problem will still be there, unless you face the root of it, and counter act…..it doesn’t go away.   Running may be an escape a temporary escape, but the issue, the problem can often follow you.  You may think you are going to a better place.  Have you?  Are you, in a better place if the memories haunt you?

Problems can not go away until you face them, activate a plan and eliminate the roadblock.

Refugees, immigrants, illegal possibly legal, what do they solve?  Freedom? Do they really?   Are they not haunted by their past?  Escaping to a better place, that is becoming more difficult to find.  I do not want to sound like I have a cold heart.   Not everyone is running to escape, some just choose to make a better life; where there is  greater opportunity.    But you walk away from something, someone or somewhere you no longer want to be.

We are all different, different skin, language, experiences, different ideals, governments and cultures.  We have been separated by oceans, borders and yes even walls.   Sometimes we are a good mix, but too often we are not.  Too much influence from one on another can cause more PROBLEMS, when there can be so much misunderstanding.

I am not saying we should be isolationists.   Are Syrian refugees solving their problems by going to another country, wherever that country may be?   Or are they just transferring their problems from one place to another.   Aren’t other problems created?   Terrorists, posing as refugees may have the most to gain.

I am certain this is an age-old question, that will never truly be answered.  I was just sitting here with a random thought.   What are we achieving with all this mass human relocation?

Don’t look to this for your answer!



From Black Listed News


Obtained exclusively by The Intercept and described in a news story on Friday, a leaked Transportation Safety Administration document reveals the “suspicious signs”—including excessive yawning, a cold hard stare, or a rigid posture—that TSA agents have been trained to look for as airline passengers make their way through U.S. airports in the post-9/11 era.

The document details how a 92-point checklist for TSA agent is divided into numerous categories with a point score corresponding to the various kinds of personal traits or behaviors exhibited by unwitting travelers.

tsa-spotcheck.pngClick to see larger image. (via The Intercept)

According to The Intercept:

The checklist is part of TSA’s controversial program to identify potential terrorists based on behaviors that it thinks indicate stress or deception — known as the Screening of Passengers by Observation Techniques, or SPOT. The program employs specially trained officers, known as Behavior Detection Officers, to watch and interact with passengers going through screening.

The document listing the criteria, known as the “Spot Referral Report,” is not classified, but it has been closely held by TSA and has not been previously released. A copy was provided to The Intercept by a source concerned about the quality of the program.

The checklist ranges from the mind-numbingly obvious, like “appears to be in disguise,” which is worth three points, to the downright dubious, like a bobbing Adam’s apple. Many indicators, like “trembling” and “arriving late for flight,” appear to confirm allegations that the program picks out signs and emotions that are common to many people who fly.

The TSA responded to The Intercept’s inquiries about the document by calling it “just one element” of its strategy to “mitigate threats against the traveling public,” but the journalists who reported the story, Cora Currier and Jana Winter, point out that strong evidence exists that these kinds of programs are very ineffective in accurately identifying or predicting passengers who may want to cause harm.

“The TSA has insisted on keeping documents about SPOT secret, but the agency can’t hide the fact that there’s no evidence the program works,” said Hugh Handeyside, a staff attorney with the ACLU which just filed a lawsuit against the agency for failing to publicly disclose requested information about the SPOT program.

One  former Behavior Detection Officer manager, who asked not to be identified, told Currier and Winter that the TSA approach to profiling passengers suffers from both lack of science and simple inconsistency, with every airport training its officers differently. “The SPOT program is bullshit,” the manager told The Intercept. “Complete bullshit.”





Which is the greater crime, Bergdahl’s desertion charges or Obama releasing 5 terrorist leaders back to the Middle East?   If Berghdahl is found guilty, and my opinion is he will be, whatever the punishment, Obama should be punished 10 times as much.

Treason charges should be brought up against Obama, we know he is guilty!


Obama means every word of it.  Treason in the White House.

from: Blacklistednews.com


As reported at Antiwar.com, the US and some of its regional client dictatorships are prodding the major al-Qaeda faction operating in Syria, a brutal terrorist group called al-Nusra, to “re-brand” so the US can openly arm it.

Wikipedia notes that al-Nusra:

…is a branch of al-Qaeda operating in Syria…

…has been designated as a terrorist organisation by the United Nations, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Turkey.

…is generally made up of native Syrian mujahideen who adhere to Sunni Islam. Its goal is to overthrow Bashar al-Assad’s government in Syria and create an Islamic Emirate under Sharia law.

Members of the group have referred to the United States and Israel as enemies of Islam, and warned against Western intervention in Syria.

al-Nusra is also, according to both the United States government and ISIS itself, affiliated with ISIS, formerly known as AQI – al Qaeda in Iraq.

The Council on Foreign Relations notes:

Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), a predominantly Sunni jihadist group, seeks to sow civil unrest in Iraq and the Levant with the aim of establishing a caliphate—a single, transnational Islamic state based on sharia. The group emerged in the ashes of the U.S.-led invasion to oust Saddam Hussein as al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI).

And Wiki continues:

The United States accused it [al-Nusra] of being affiliated with al-Qaeda in Iraq; in April 2013, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq [later known as ISIS, as noted by CFR above], released an audio statement affirming this connection.

But it still gets better:

al-Nusra may have been the very group that carried out the sarin gas attack in Ghoutta, Syria, which Obama then dishonestly tried to use as a pretext to wage a full on US war of aggression against UN member state Syria.

Pulitzer winning journalist Seymour Hersh:

For months there had been acute concern among senior military leaders and the intelligence community about the role in the war of Syria’s neighbours, especially Turkey. Prime Minister Recep Erdoğan was known to be supporting the al-Nusra Front, a jihadist faction among the rebel opposition, as well as other Islamist rebel groups. ‘We knew there were some in the Turkish government,’ a former senior US intelligence official, who has access to current intelligence, told me, ‘who believed they could get Assad’s nuts in a vice by dabbling with asarin attack inside Syria – and forcing Obama to make good on his red line threat.’

On 20 June analysts for the US Defense Intelligence Agency issued a highly classified five-page ‘talking points’ briefing for the DIA’s deputy director, David Shedd, which stated that al-Nusra maintained a sarin production cell: its programme, the paper said, was ‘the most advanced sarin plot since al-Qaida’s pre-9/11 effort’. (According to a Defense Department consultant, US intelligence has long known that al-Qaida experimented with chemical weapons, and has a video of one of its gas experiments with dogs.)

Last May, more than ten members of the al-Nusra Front were arrested in southern Turkey with what local police told the press were two kilograms of sarin. In a 130-page indictment the group was accused of attempting to purchase fuses, piping for the construction of mortars, and chemical precursors for sarin.

The DIA paper took the arrests as evidence that al-Nusra was expanding its access to chemical weapons.

In spring 2013 US intelligence learned that the Turkish government – through elements of the MIT, its national intelligence agency, and the Gendarmerie, a militarised law-enforcement organisation – was working directly withal-Nusra and its allies to develop a chemical warfare capability. ‘The MIT was running the political liaison with the rebels, and the Gendarmerie handled military logistics, on-the-scene advice and training – including training in chemical warfare,’ the former intelligence official said. ‘Stepping up Turkey’s role in spring 2013 was seen as the key to its problems there. Erdoğan knew that if he stopped his support of the jihadists it would be all over. The Saudis could not support the war because of logistics – the distances involved and the difficulty of moving weapons and supplies. Erdoğan’s hope was to instigate an event that would force the US to cross the red line.

This means the US, after having worked out a deal with Russia to get Assad to dismantle his chemical arsenal (because of massive US public opposition to aggression against Syria), would now be openly aiding (having long been knowingly “indirectly” aiding) the terrorist group that killed 3,000 US citizens (hence the need to “re-brand”), likely carried out the Ghoutta sarin attack that killed hundreds of civilians, and is working on expanding its chemical weapons capabilities in Syria and the wider area.

It was after Muammar Gaddafi naively partially disarmed himself that the US struck, planting and detonating high explosives in support of al-Qaeda affiliated terrorist groups, and got Gaddafi lynched, turning Libya into a failed state.

It appears the strategy is being re-applied to Syria, with the US again showing its eagerness to act as a dishonest broker.

The US has recently been working closely with “re-branded” neo-Nazi party Svoboda, which was originally called the Social Nationalist Party of Ukraine, named in honor of Hitler’s National Socialist party.  In 2012, the EU officiallydesignated Svoboda an anti-democratic, “racist”, “anti-Semitic” group, and the World Jewish Congress then designated it a “neo-Nazi” group.

Aiding these kinds of groups is standard operating procedure for the United States and its original home-country, imperial Britain.  The US has been working closely with non-state jihadist groups on a regular basis since the mid to late 1970s, with Britain having backed them through the 1940s and 50s (here discussed by British historian Mark Curtis).  Prof. Noam Chomsky noted in 1992 that the “US has always been involved in international terrorism, massively”.

US international terror has included, for example, huge aid to Saddam Hussein through the 1980s (through his internationally condemned gassing of the Kurds and Iranians) and into 1990.  Aid included conventional weapons (ie attack helicopters), a “witch’s brew” of chemicals for manufacturing chemical weapons, and blueprints for building chemical weapons manufacturing facilities.

Robert Barsocchini is an internationally published researcher and writer who focuses on global force dynamics and also writes professionally for the film industry.  He is a regular contributor to  Washington’s Blog.  Follow the author and his UK-based colleague, Dean Robinson, on Twitter.