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The Voice of the People

On Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2004 the the voice of the American people will be heard in the voting booths across this land. We will cast our votes for the President of the United States. If the Election of 2004 is anything like the Election of 2000, we may not know for 39 days or more who the lawyers will convince the courts we legally voted for, since this year—like 2000—will be marred with extreme voter fraud as "get out and vote" special interest groups largely funded by four wealthy globalist registered illegal aliens, felons, underage teenagers, dead people, and reregistered—sometimes in different areas—people who were already legally registered within the precincts where they live. Twenty-five thousand lawyers paid for by the Kerry Campaign and the Democratic National Committee are already arguing in court that every person in the country—without the need to establish that they have a legal right to cast a ballot in an American election— should have an unchallenged right to vote and impact the outcome of the electoral process in the United States simply because that process will affect them economically, socially and politically whether they are citizens or not, and whether or not they even possess a legal right to be here.

These four men—former communist billionaire George Soros, socialist multimillionaire movie producer Norman Lear, founder of the very socialist People for the American Way, Peter Lewis, CEO of Progressive Insurance and Hollywood mogul Stephen Bing—spent close to $100 million dollars of their own money to accomplish that objective.

Tragically, if antiwar socialist Sen. John F. Kerry wins his bid for the White House—contrary to all of his self-serving patriotic campaign rhetoric—he will prematurely pull American troops from Iraq. His withdrawal will be correctly viewed by Europe, and by the UN, as a unilateral surrender as he leaves the fledgling Iraqi democracy dangling in the dangerous winds of theocratic chaos. His actions will be viewed by al Qaeda as the weakness of the coward they knew he was—a low-ranking naval officer who ran for cover whenever his fellow Swiftees came under hostile fire in the Mekong Delta in 1968-69, and as a man who sold out his nations in a time of war.

Because they know John Kerry's an indecisive coward, al Qaeda will confidently follow the American troops back to American soil, and the war on terrorism will continue where you and I and our loved ones live, work, and play. Only, al Qaeda will not wage that war against the military. They never do. They will wage that war against the weakest and most vulnerable members of society—women and children first. That is, after all, what terrorism is about—terrorizing people to achieve a political objective. They will attack the unsuspecting public that not only bears them no evil, but, because Washington politicians asked them to, chose to believe that Islam is a benign religion that promotes only love and charity. For the most part, the American people have defended the right of the Muslim people to worship God in whatever manner they choose, believing that only a few Islamic zealots are terrorists.

Yesterday's victims were Americans you didn't personally know in New York and Washington, DC. Tomorrow's victims—when the Jihad of the Islamists reaches the streets of America's midsized towns in the nation's heartland—may be your own friends and neighbors...perhaps someone in your own family—maybe you. Every home in America will be touched. That is the price of we will pay if we do not conclude the war on terrorism where the terrorists live. That is the price America will pay for its indifference. And, that is the price cowards always pay when they run from battle. The battle follows them.

The war on terrorism was not started by George W. Bush. Nor was started by its "public warlord," Osama bin Laden. The "war" actually started as a theological takfiri jihad against the Christian west by Islamic Wahhabi extremists in the Mideast and around the world almost three decades ago. Jihad. Tawhid—a war to the death—waged against the evil free enterprise capitalists; waged against the statist communists; waged against the money barons of the world whose god is filthy lucre; and waged against the atheist whose god is himself. Because it includes Islamists from all the nations of the world—including our own—who have been ordered by Wahhabic clerics to wage a takfiri jihad against the infidels, you can honestly conclude that what is playing out in Iraq and Afghanistan is, in fact, World War III. But unlike the conventional wars of the past that pit one nation against another, this war—takfiri jihad—pits the hatemongers of one religion against all others—including taqarubbic Muslims who believe in the policy of rapprochement. The Jihadists will not surrender. They must be killed or they will continue until they kill us. They have no interest in peaceful coexistence. Their goal is the complete subjugation of the industrial world—and either the conversion of all people to Islam, or the execution of the infidels by decapitation—the form of execution demanded by the Qu'ran.

The war on terrorism did not begin with the destruction of the twin towers of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. It began long before that. The opening salvo of the war against the capitalist infidels began on Nov. 4, 1979 when President Jimmy Carter helped the globalists in the Council on Foreign Relations depose a very strong American ally, Iranian Shah Reza Pahlavi and, in his stead, allowed to be placed in power theocratic militant Ayatollah Ruhollah Khoemeini, whose Shi'ite insurgents immediately overran the U.S. Embassy in Tehran and held 66 of its occupants hostage for 444 days.

What was the reason for the Carter Administration turning on the Shah? Pahlavi refused to implement promised social reforms in Iran. America lost a close ally in the Mideast and 66 Americans remained hostages in Iran until the were released at 12:01 p.m., Jan. 20, 1981 when Ronald Reagan assumed the presidency. Khoemeini released 13 of the hostages on Nov. 19—all of the women and all African Americans. Held were the white males, who epitomized the white Christian society upon which the Jihad had been declared.

The jihad continued throughout the administration of Ronald Reagan. On Oct. 23, 1983 Palestinian suicide bombers crashed a large delivery truck filled with explosives through the main gates of the US Marines Barracks at the Beirut Airport at 6:22 a.m. and slammed through the doors of the barracks into the main lobby, blowing up the building. Two hundred twenty marines and 21 other military personnel died that day. That was not a criminal act—that was an act of war.

Two years later, on October 7, 1985 Youssef Magied al-Molqi and Abu Abba and a team of Palestinian terrorists hijacked the Achille Lauro cruise ship off the coast of Egypt in the Mediterranean, and took the passengers and crew hostage to trade for imprisoned Palestinian terrorists. During the negotiations for release of the hostages on the Achille Lauro for the imprisoned Palestinian terrorists, Abu Abbas pushed wheelchair-bound American-Jew Leon Klinghoffer overboard into the Mediterranean. Reagan ordered US Navy F-14 Tomcats to intercept the Egyptian jet airliner that was taking the terrorists to safety. The airliner was forced down in Sicily where Delta Force and SEAL Team Six commandos captured the terrorists. When Reagan was satisfied that the hijacking of the Achille Lauro was planned in Libya, Tomcats visited the Libyan capital to avenge Klinghoffer's death. In the brief air and missile attack, Mommar Qadafi's wife and one son were killed.

Al Qaeda declared war on the United States three times during the administration of Bill Clinton, beginning with the planting of a car bomb in the parking garage of one of the twin towers. Six Americans died in that explosion. Clinton treated it as a criminal event. John Kerry would do the same.

So there would be no mistaking it, Osama bin Laden officially declared war on the United States—with a formal declaration of war on August 7, 1998—when al Qaeda operatives blew up the US Embassies in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. President Bill Clinton responded by blowing up an aspirin factory in Sudan (which the Clinton intelligence department insisted was a facility used to manufacture chemical weapons. When they were proven wrong, the United States had to make restitution for the destruction of the factory.) No attempt was made to capture Bin Laden—even though the government of Sudan offered to take Bin Laden into custody and surrender him to the FBI. Clinton refused the offer. Bin Laden declared war on the United States again on October 12, 2000 with the bombing of the U.S.S. Cole when it docked for refueling in Yemen. Once again, with 17 US sailors dead, Clinton sent the FBI to investigate rather than sending the US Marines.

The price of admission a world under a President John Kerry is the surrender of the security in America. With the failure of a Kerry Administration, who will keep the Islamic wolves at bay in the world after Jan. 29, 2005? Will it be the allies whom John Kerry declared privately supported his election over the reelection of George W. Bush? Would it be France, which sold out the only ally that has steadfastly been loyal to them since 1777, and who saved their nation form subjugation in 1917 and again in 1945? France, which has never won a war on its own since the 18th century, is guilty of aiding and abetting Saddam Hussein by selling to Saddam, between 1991 and 2003, the chemicals that are used in the manufacture of chemcial weapons. Or, would it be Germany, which would be speaking Russian today if it had not been for Harry S. Truman who faced down the Russians in 1945 and airlifted supplies to Berlin; or to Reagan, who faced down the bear and challenged Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin Wall and reunite Germany into one nation. Germany also sold war contraband to Iraq from 1991 to 2003. Or, lastly would it be Russia, which sold to Saddam sophisticated missile guidance systems designed to knock down America's fastest jet fighters and bombers out of the sky? Since the fall of the Iron Curtain, the United States has extended billions of dollars in aid to Russia. High-ranking officials from all three of these nations—and some of the highest ranking people in the United Nations—which blocked efforts by George W. Bush to gain a universal consensus for taking out Saddam Hussein, have since been revealed as taking multimillion dollar bribes from Saddam in exchange for a blind eye, a wink and isolating the US and England's efforts to defeat terrorism. These are John Kerry's allies—whom he believes will send their young men to shed their blood to avenge the deaths of Americans who died on Sept. 11, 2001.

Included in the latest "bin Laden" missive was a subtle warning that the only States that needed to worry about terrorist attacks if John Kerry is elected are those States colored "red" on the political map—those States that vote Republican. If somehow John Kerry wins the Election of 2004, America will not have to watch the devastation wrought by the world's Islamic terrorists on the evening news. They will only have to look out their own windows. And, while some of those attacks will be directed at the heartland of America, the targets al Qaeda needs to strike to hurt the industrial and financial strength of America are not located in Mud Flats, Montana—they are centered in the large union-controlled States which fuel the wheels of commerce in the United States. And those States generally vote Democrat.

Once again, for what its worth, you have my two cents worth.


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