Who Is On The Terrorist Watch List

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  • A list of securities selected for special surveillance by a brokerage, exchange, or regulatory organization; firms on the list are often takeover targets, companies planning to issue new securities, or stocks showing unusual activity.

  • A list of individuals, groups, or items that require close surveillance, typically for legal or political reasons

  • A person who uses terrorism in the pursuit of political aims

  • a radical who employs terror as a political weapon; usually organizes with other terrorists in small cells; often uses religion as a cover for terrorist activities

  • (terror) panic: an overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety

  • (terror) a person who inspires fear or dread; "he was the terror of the neighborhood"

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The War on Terror

The War on Terror

An Israeli occupation soldier aims his gun at the head of a young Palestinian boy in a street market.
ORIGINAL PHOTO: Hazem Bader, Hebron/Al-Khalil (Occupied Palestinian West Bank) October 20, 2006.


Short Cuts
Adam Shatz
The London Review of Books
October 2008

If you live in an American swing state you may have received a copy of ‘Obsession’ in your Sunday paper. ‘Obsession’ isn’t a perfume: it’s a documentary about ‘radical Islam’s war against the West’. In the last two weeks of September, 28 million copies of the film were enclosed as an advertising supplement in 74 newspapers, including the New York Times and the Chronicle of Higher Education. ‘The threat of Radical Islam is the most important issue facing us today,’ the sleeve announces. ‘It’s our responsibility to ensure we can make an informed vote in November.’ The Clarion Fund, the supplement’s sponsor, doesn’t explicitly endorse McCain, so as not to jeopardise its tax-exempt status, but the message is clear enough, and its circulation just happened to coincide with Obama’s leap in the polls.

The Clarion Fund is a front for neoconservative and Israeli pressure groups. It has an office, or at least an address, in Manhattan at Grace Corporate Park Executive Suites, which rents out ‘virtual office identity packages’ for $75 a month. Its website, clarionfund.org, provides neither a list of staff nor a board of directors, and the group still hasn’t disclosed where it gets its money, as required by the IRS. Who paid to make ‘Obsession’ isn’t clear – it cost $400,000. According to Rabbi Raphael Shore, the film’s Canadian-Israeli producer, 80 per cent of the money came from the executive producer ‘Peter Mier’, but that’s just an alias, as is the name of the film’s production manager, ‘Brett Halperin’. Shore claims ‘Mier’ and ‘Halperin’, whoever they are, are simply taking precautions, though it isn’t clear against what. The danger (whatever it is) hasn’t stopped Shore – or the director, Wayne Kopping, a South African neocon – from going on television to promote their work.

The 60-minute film was first released in 2006 and shown during the mid-term elections on Fox News. Since then it has received top billing at ‘Islamo-Fascism Awareness’ week on American campuses, at Christian-Zionist conferences and at events organised by Republican politicians in Florida. It has found a powerful backer in the real estate magnate Sheldon Adelson, who describes himself as ‘the world’s richest Jew’. The Endowment for Middle East Truth, a neoconservative think tank in Washington DC which recently hosted a series of seminars named after Adelson and his wife, arranged distribution of ‘Obsession’, at a cost in the tens of millions.

The makers of the film, like their subjects, are soldiers of God. Almost everyone associated with it or with Clarion has worked for Aish HaTorah, an ‘education’ group with offices in East Jerusalem and strong links to the settler movement. Clarion was incorporated in Delaware to the New York offices of Aish HaTorah and Rabbi Shore was the director, as well as the founder of its media organisation, Honest Reporting, which campaigns against a two-state solution in Israel/Palestine. It’s illegal in the US for nonprofit organisations, or for foreign nationals, to try to influence the outcome of an election.

The film’s chief claim is that 2008 is like 1938, only worse, since there are more Muslims than Germans and they’re more spread out geographically: ‘They’re not outside our borders, they are here.’ Violent raptures and spectacular carnage unfold in slick montages set to throbbing Middle Eastern music: Pakistanis deliriously burning the American flag, Palestinians celebrating the 9/11 attacks, Hizbullah chanting ‘death to America’, clerics praising the ‘magnificent 19’ and the murder of unbelievers, children training to become suicide bombers, the planes crashing into the towers. These images are interspersed with footage of Nazi rallies and Hitler’s speeches. A chapter – narrated by Martin Gilbert, Churchill’s biographer – is devoted to the Mufti’s collaboration with Hitler.

Scary Muslims are everywhere, and the umma stands more united than ever, driven by hatred of infidels and Jews and determined to conquer the West, a civilisation gone soft, weakened by self-doubt, political correctness bordering on treason, and, worst of all, a ‘culture of denial’. Gilbert spells it out:

In the 1930s, the danger of Nazism was there . . . but people thought, well, this is a German problem, it’s a limited problem . . . And I think the same is true today . . . They don’t see that Islamic fundamentalism is a global network and a global problem . . .because if you come to that conclusion – and I’m sure it’s the true conclusion – then you have to do something about it.

‘Obsession’ doesn’t say what we should do – except steer well clear of dialogue and negotiation.

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Happy Independence Day

Happy Independence Day

This is a picture I took while at Mount Rushmore in South Dakota a few years ago. It was a beautiful clear day, the mountainside fairly glowing. So I had to take the picture. The flag overlaying the picture was taken by me also a few years ago but at NASA in Florida. I got a hair and decided to combine the two, and this is what happened. It was all so moving that, while we were there at Mount Rushmore, I picked up some little booklets of The Constitution and The Bill of Rights.

In light of this information, it's amazing to me how it is that those in power in the U.S. today ignore these very insightful writings even to the extent of putting those of us who are Pro-life and attended Tea Parties on "Terrorist Watch Lists," though we have done no violence nor have we ever been to jail. We merely met together peaceably to discuss our concerns for this country under this "administration." It seemingly was an attempt to try and squelch our right to free speech.

Regardless of who is in power reigning through this tyranny directed at Christians violating our Freedom of Religion (since Christians are basically the only people who are Pro-life) I hope to celebrate Independence Day as the country was when it was first born, not as it is now. I pray God bring the U.S. back to its roots of honoring and loving Him with its laws instead of mocking Him by calling this a post-Christian nation on top of ignoring the day of prayer...pretending that the Founding Fathers' opening line in the Declaration of Independence never existed though this day that celebrates it lives on in open and defiant resistance. Forgotten it seems is the very obvious fact that this nation, its independence, constitution, amendments, and laws were all based on Judeo-Christian ideals and principles not atheistic or islamic ones as is evidenced in communist and sharia law governments.

Even though this nation and its traditional values are being deceptively attacked, here are a couple of passages that stood out to me regarding this nation's flag--like in the picture above or sometimes known as a banner--which epitomizes this celebration of what once was a genuinely free nation under God's principle's and ideals:

You have rejected us, O God, and burst forth upon us;
you have been angry-now restore us!

You have shaken the land and torn it open;
mend its fractures, for it is quaking.

You have shown your people desperate times;
you have given us wine that makes us stagger.

But for those who fear you, you have raised a banner
to be unfurled against the bow. (Psalm 60:1-4, NIV)

This next passage Solomon wrote--it seems about his beloved--epitomizes the patriotism many feel toward their countries when they see their flags flying high, even equating this feeling with such strong emotion as to what one feels for a lover when "looking" on him or her:

You are beautiful, my darling, as Tirzah,
lovely as Jerusalem,
majestic as troops with banners. (Song of Solomon 6:4, NIV)

In the midst of all of this emotion, I find it important to remember who holds first loyalties over a country and over the loves of my physical life...God. Case in point, found it disturbing during the last election that Republicans touted "Country First" instead of God first, family second, and country third as it has been since the conception of this country. I understand that the use of the phrase was rightly directed as a shot at the other party for its wanting to globalize its loyalties, stomping on the very reason the U.S. departed from England/Europe to begin with as celebrated on this day. Nonetheless, to me, the subliminal was there for all to see. Thus, I didn't find it surprising that the party failed after appearing to abandon its base of God believing people, its base being the foundation of what this country stands for...the abandonment epitomized in the slogan "Country First." So I have made a point to pledge allegiance to the Lamb..."God First." Then I can be moved to tears for this country after my family.

"I pledge allegiance to the Lamb
With all my strength, with all I am.
I will seek to honor His commands
I pledge allegiance to the Lamb."

~ Excerpt from Song by Ray Boltz ~

Lastly, here are some quotes by very notable political minds, some as pictured above, that should give us pause in light of this current administration's policies:

"Firearms are second only to the Constitution in importance; they are the people's liberty's teeth."
--George Washington

"Few men have the virtue to withstand the highest bidder."
--George Washington

"It is far better to be alone, than to be in bad company."
--George Washington

"What country can preserve its liberties if its rulers are not warned from time to time that its people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms....The tree of li

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