Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Washington Post: “Fighting terrorism may actually increase the risk of terrorist attacks”
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


Washington Post: “Fighting terrorism may actually increase the risk of terrorist attacks”
Washington Post to West: Drop dead. Lie down and die. Don’t you dare fight back against jihad terrorism — that will only lead to…jihad terrorism. “Fighting terrorism may actually increase the risk of terrorist attacks. Here’s how,” by Thomas Jensen, Washington Post, March 29, 2016: Days before the Brussels attacks on March 22, Belgian authorities […]
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Officials Say Brussels Terror Cell Is Too Large To Wipe Out

Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs

So that’s it, then? Continue importing millions more of these invaders?

Shut the door and start deporting en masse.
“Officials Say Brussels Terror Cell Is Too Large To Wipe Out,” Daily Caller, March 28, 2016:
The terror cell behind the attacks in Paris and Brussels is much larger than previously thought, according to reports.
Authorities have gained increased intelligence from a string of arrests in wake of the attacks in Brussels last Tuesday. Arrests occurred in Belgium, France, the Netherlands and Germany over the weekend.
“There is a large number [of members], all across Europe,” a senior U.S. official told The Wall Street Journal about the network that’s emerging from information as a result of the...
Ed Klein: The Donald Is Hillary's Get-Out-Of-Jail-Free Card

By Ed Klein / NEWSMAX
Image: Ed Klein: The Donald Is Hillary's Get-Out-Of-Jail-Free Card Donald Trump loves to boast "I haven't started on Hillary yet."

The way he sees it, come the general election, he'll carpet bomb Hillary into oblivion the way he's destroyed most of his Republican primary opponents.

To use a favorite Trumpism: "You can count on it 100 percent."

But according to my reporting, Hillary isn't shaking in her boots.

Far from it.

Sources close to Hillary tell me she couldn't be happier about the Trump phenomenon. In fact, she's hoping and praying for a one-on-one matchup against Trump next November.

The Real Clear Politics average of polls shows Hillary trouncing The Donald by 11 points — with a chance of winning back control of the Senate.

"Hillary would be delighted if Trump turns out to be the nominee of the Republican Party," says one of her closest advisers. "He represents everything Democrats say is wrong with Republicans — that they're nasty and prejudiced and against minorities and women.

"Seventy percent of American women already don't like Donald," the adviser continued, "and the minute Donald goes after Hillary the way he's gone after Megyn Kelly, he'll lose even more female support. And you can't win the White House without the woman's vote.

"Most important of all, Trump is Hillary's get-out-of-jail-free card. Say Hillary is indicted on her email scandal. If Trump is your only other alternative for president, millions of voters will pull the lever for Hillary, indicted or not."

In this election cycle, the liberal progressive socialist left is going to the ideological bank to tout the important issue of income inequality. We will hear the incessant calls for a $15 minimum wage, which one has to ask, why not $25? What is so magic about the $15 number?

This reflects just another easy issue talking point that can be repeated by the masses but never articulated or defended well in a debate forum.

However, it does beg the question: In these times of the current conflagration against the global Islamic jihad and other defined nation-state adversaries, who is it that we value?

I believe that there are two very important groups of people necessary for the existence of a society. The first are those who teach, and notice I said teach, not indoctrinate. There is a very distinct difference. The second group are the ones who defend -- the guardians who stand upon freedom’s rampart. And, when one considers the level of compensation for these two groups, well, it appears they are not exactly the ones who are valued.

I should know, having been both.

What concerns me greatly is the fact that here in America, we have our best -- those guardians -- having to sustain their quality of life on government food subsistence programs. Now, perhaps there are those of you who truly do not care about this issue -- hence the titled question of this missive. How is it that we have devolved to a point in our beloved America, where the SEIU purple-shirted protesting union members, supported by leftist organizations and funding, get more attention than the camouflage-wearing defenders of the republic?

Perhaps it is because the defenders are too busy doing just that. Well, I would like to take the time and lend my voice to their plight.
It's not over. It's never over. After last week's deadly airport and subway bombings in Brussels, the Belgian government remains on high alert for jihad attacks and espionage at its nuclear facilities.
One Belgian nuke plant security guard was murdered recently and his ID is missing. Two of the Brussels bombers reportedly spied on the home of a top senior scientist in the country's nuclear program. ISIS has been implicated in an alleged insider plot to obtain radioisotopes from one of Belgium's nuclear plants for a dirty bomb. Two former Belgian nuke plant workers left their jobs to fight for ISIS in Syria.

This is all according to plan. The al-Qaida house organ, Inspire magazine, has urged its followers to conduct attacks using "specialized expertise and those who work in sensitive locations that would offer them unique opportunities" to wreak havoc.

Could Islamic terrorists and other criminal menaces now exploit homeland security vulnerabilities at our own nuclear power plants and other utilities here in the U.S.?

Answer: They already have.

In 2011, a little-remembered Department of Homeland Security intelligence report warned of the ongoing enterprise of jihadi infiltration at nuclear, utility and other infrastructure facilities. The memo, titled "Insider Threat to Utilities," warned that "violent extremists have, in fact, obtained insider positions." Moreover, "outsiders have attempted to solicit utility-sector employees" for damaging physical and cyber attacks.