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Monthly Archives: May 2011

The conspiracy of hiding  Osama bin Laden has ended! Found in Abbottabad, Pakistan surrounded by retired and vacationing Pakistani Brass and high-ranking officers Osama bin Ladin was found to be only one half of a mile from the Pakistani Army Academy which is their equivalent to the United States West Point Army War Academy. How his habitation in such a facility in such an area could have been a secret is regrettably unbelievable.

After the Battle of Tora Bora in Afghanistan the only place Osama bin Laden could have hidden is in Pakistan even though the Pakistani Government, Military, & Intelligence swore he was not in their country. The Pakistani milked the United States for billions of dollars in military and other aid for several years knowing where Osama bin Laden could be found. It is possible that as much as 70% of the foreign aid to Pakistan was diverted and stolen by Pakistani Government and Military officials.

We still have unfinished business with Ayman al Zawahiri, (Osama’s deputy);  Abu Yahya al Libi, a chief Al Qaeda ideologue; Saif al Adel, the strategic mastermind of Al Qaeda who operates from Iran; and Sa’ad bin Laden, one of Osama’s many sons. How much more blood-money must be spent and valuable US Intelligence assets must be used to track down these Al Qaeda Terrorists.

The United States is still in a conflict fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan with its own organization, infrastructure, and tribal and sect leaders which need our Intelligence community to deal with while the US Military takes the fight to them.


 Osama bin Laden is dead. He has been killed at the hands of our Intelligence Community and Special Operation Forces.  Our thanks and gratitude are extended to they who will probably be anonymous forever. These operations remind us of how Israeli Intelligence and Special Operatives tracked down and executed the Islāmic terrorists who planned the hostage taking and slaughter of Israeli Athletes at the 1972 Munich, Germany Olympics.

Yet, we do not rest. We still fight a War against Terrorism. Now is the time for even greater vigilance for the impending back lash. For most Muslims this is a time of justice in that Osama bin Laden blasphemed and sinned against the Qur’ an and Allah. However, Al’ Qaeda, the Taliban, the Muslim Brotherhood, Hezbollah, Hamas, Iran’s Ayatollah’s extremists, and many other Sunni Terrorist and Hashishiya, (assassin), Shiite sects continue to exist and plan attacks.

Most Muslims share our condemnation of these Islāmic Extremists and worship according to Islāmic traditions of love and faith.

As we are vigilant we must also be mindful of the fact that there is blood on Christian hands as well. The Christian Riots in fourth century Alexandria, Egypt when pagans and Jews were murdered and their libraries burned. The First Holy Roman Crusade  (1096–1099) may have begun with the persecution and slaughter of the Jews in the Rhineland. The Siege of Nicaea ended with Byzantine forces taking control of the city preventing it being sacked by the Holy Roman Crusaders  who would have probably put the populace to the sword. At the Siege of Antioch  the Holy Roman Crusaders put the city’s populace to the sword. The Siege of Jerusalem ended with the Holy Roman Crusaders massacre of most of the Muslims and Jews in the city.

The Albigensian Crusade or Cathar Crusade (1209–1229) was a 20-year military campaign initiated by the Catholic Church to eliminate the Cathar Gnostic heresy in Languedoc, France. As many as 40,000 Cathar souls may have been slaughtered or burned at the stake during the crusade. The Albigensian Crusade also had a role in the creation and institutionalization of both the Dominican Order and the Medieval Inquisition or what is still known today as the Inquisition.

The Cathar's Expulsion from Languedoc

Roman Catholic Church Albigensian Crusades & Inquisitions


Chart of Cathar's of Aquitaine Languedoc The Cathars Expulsion from Languedoc


The Massacre of the Cathars of Albigensian

 And finally all the innocent who died during the Protestant Reformation and wars fought between the Holy Roman Church, European Protestant, Evangelical, Presbyterian  Movements, the Church of England,  and the Protestant Episcopal Church.
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