Monday, May 23, 2011

Memorial Day Tribute



This is my early Memorial Day tribute, as I leave in the morning for a month of field training in lovely Twentynine Palms, CA. For those who do not know of Twentynine Palms, you'll have to trust me that it is not a beautiful resort like the name implies.

Please take time this coming weekend to remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice throughout our nations history so that we might be able to enjoy our barbeque's and family get-togethers. They are the true heroes of our nation. We are deeply indebted to them each day that we wake and are able to freely seek and pursue whatever endeavors we so choose. God Bless the brave men and women who have stood courageous and offered up their lives for our freedom

"Religion of Peace" Week In Review= 169 Dead, 253 Injured




DateCountryCityKilledInjuredDescription
2011.05.22PakistanKarachi1316Taliban militants assault a navy base for 14 hours, killing at least thirteen.
2011.05.22AfghanistanKhost57Three traffic cops and two civilians are taken down by a Fedayeen suicide assault.
2011.05.21IraqKirkuk20Religion of Peace militants shoot a factory worker and his 3-year-old daughter to death.
2011.05.21IraqKirkuk10Suspected terrorists gun down a handicapped man.
2011.05.21IraqKirkuk20Two brothers are brutally murdered during a Sunni home invasion.
2011.05.21AfghanistanKabul630Holy Warriors detonate themselves inside a hospital, leaving six medical workers dead.
2011.05.20PakistanPeshawar111The Taliban bomb a car outside the American consulate, killing one person.
2011.05.20SomaliaDharkenley20Two young men are abducted and tortured to death by fundamentalists.
2011.05.20PakistanKhyber1611Islamic militants blow up a fuel tanker on a highway, killing sixteen people, including eight members of the same family.
2011.05.20IraqBaqubah21Sectarian bombers target a rival imam, killing two people, including his son.
2011.05.19IraqKirkuk2790Mujahideen detonate a car bomb in a parking lot, killing almost thirty Iraqis.
2011.05.19AfghanistanPaktia3520Thirty-five construction workers and guards are murdered by religious hardliners at a work site.
2011.05.19IraqBaghdad12A cleric is sent to Allah by Religion of Peace rivals.
2011.05.19EgyptCairo03Three Catholics are severely injured by a rock-throwing Muslim mob outside a church.
2011.05.19IraqAbu Ghraib13A woman and two children are among the casualties when Sunni militants bomb a house.
2011.05.18NigeriaMaiduguri106Boko Haram Islamists assault a police station, shooting ten people to death.
2011.05.18PakistanQuetta64Six Shias riding in a van are machine-gunned by Sunni co-religionists.
2011.05.18AfghanistanJalalabad1320A holy warrior detonates along a congested city street, killing thirteen innocents.
2011.05.17IndiaSopore10A cop on duty in a town square is gunned down by Islamic terrorists.
2011.05.17PakistanNorth Waziristan20Two tribesmen are abucted and murdered by Taliban.
2011.05.17KazakhstanAktobe03A suicide bomber detonates in 'revenge' for the recent arrest of Sunnis.
2011.05.16IraqKirkuk10Muslim kidnappers gouge out the eyes of a Christian victim and then cut off his head.
2011.05.16SomaliaHodan1015al-Shabaab target a rival mosque with mortar shells, killing about ten clerics inside the building.
2011.05.16ThailandYala22Two Buddhist monks are dismantled by Religion of Peace bombers.
2011.05.16PakistanKarachi10A Saudi diplomat is shot in the head by Muslim terrorists.
2011.05.16PakistanMohmand21Two children are obliterated by a landmine.
2011.05.16IndiaKishtwar10Lashkar-e-Toiba militants abduct and execute a 50-year-old civilian.
2011.05.16AfghanistanKunar38A woman and child are among three civilians crushed to death by a Taliban rocket attack.
2011.05.16SomaliaBosasso20A tribal elder and a businessman are assassinated by suspected al-Shabaab gunmen.
2011.05.16PakistanJawaki10A member of a peace committee is gunned down by Sunni hardliners.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Lover of The Constitution? How Well Do You Know Ron Paul's Muse?



















This is the best article I've read so far on Ron Paul and his cult-like followers. This is over at redcounty but I've copied it below. Great article by David Bahnsen


Let me start this article by saying this: I confess from the start that this is a very, very passionate issue for me. I am not a fan of Ron Paul, and I respond with passion and sometimes vitriol at times when I am confronted with Paulites (my term for those who are devout Ron Paul supporters). I freely admit that I have an axe to grind here, but I deny that my agenda is a result of irrational or unhealthy dislike. In fact, I am going to argue that it is all that I like about Ron Paul that has made me so passionately opposed to him.

I am writing this article for one of two categories of Ron Paul supporters: The well-meaning folks who appreciate Ron Paul’s rhetoric regarding freedom and limited government. The other category of Ron Paul supporters, those who are consciously self-aware in their belief that America is a bad guy military bully, and needs to sit idly by in an isolationist sense as a matter of foreign policy, are not the target of this article. I disagree with them with every ounce of breath in my body, but I have no hope that I might be able to persuade them. The latter group is aware of the things I am going to say in this article, and they do not care. I am hopeful that the former group will feel that the facts I present in this piece are new information, and warrant a change in their perspective.

I am an advocate of the freedom movement in this country. I believe, along with Ron Paul, that the United States federal government has morphed into an egregious behemoth, violating its own Constitutional jurisdiction on a daily basis. I believe that the federal government was created by the people, for the people, and that if we do not reign in its size and jurisdiction, it will one day represent the end of the Republic (fortunately, I have every confidence that we will be successful in that endeavor, incrementally). I have spent the last fifteen years studying economics and finance, and believe that Ron Paul has some wise things to say on the subject of a strong U.S. dollar. I am not a pure Austrian economist, as Paul is, but I was heavily influenced by many of their leaders when I first became obsessed with the subject, and believe there is a lot to be learned from Von Mises and some of the early Austrian economists.

But my love of freedom economics and my desire for a limited, Constitutionally-constrained federal government has not caused me to jump on the Ron Paul bandwagon. In fact, and this is the most important line I will write in this article, it is my deep appreciation for where Ron Paul is right that has caused me to so emphatically reject him where he is wrong.

Put differently, Ron Paul is his own worst enemy, and because I care so much for the freedom movement, I believe Ron Paul and his more extremist followers are doing irreparable harm to that very cause in our country. How could I possibly jump on that bandwagon?

I want to start my indictment of Ron Paul where I will surely end it: With the linking of Ron Paul to the fanatical Lew Rockwell. It is dangerous ground when one seeks to take down a person by simply associating him with someone else. As we all know, it is actually a logical fallacy of the first order. But that’s not what I’m doing here because Ron Paul is not merely “associated” with Lew Rockwell; he is Lew Rockwell. And he makes no attempt to deny this or cover it up.

I encourage those of you who are wondering what I am talking about to go spend some time athttp://www.lewrockwell.com/. It is one of the most insidious properties in the entire web universe. I believe that those of you who are in that camp of Ron Paul followers I am trying to reach may conclude that Ron Paul does not deserve to be linked to Lew, but I do not believe you will attempt to defend this man and his extremist and vile views. My challenge is this: go spend ten minutes on Lew’s website every day for one month, and then decide if you have the stomach to support Ron Paul. In that month you are likely to hear that Winston Churchill was a worse war criminal than Joseph Stalin or Adolf Hitler. You will hear celebration that Tony Snow died of cancer (because he did, after all, support the Iraq war). You will find out that Lew believes the Constitution is a statist document. You will read that the men and women serving our military are despicable little immoral creatures, trained to kill innocent parties. I do not need to rhetorically beat up on Lew; he will be his own best accuser. The man is beyond the pale, and the only possible justification for someone supporting Ron Paul after becoming familiar with Lew Rockwell is that one just does not believe that the two are one and the same. But this is an irrefutable fact. Allow me to continue …

I became familiar with Lew Rockwell and Ron Paul in the mid-1990’s after being introduced to Murray Rothbard, the now deceased Austrian economist. Rothbard and my dad died around the same time, and I became fascinated with the intersection of Austrian economics and the freedom movement. I attended every Von Mises Institute conference I could find, and read every book their movement ever published. Ron Paul spoke at every one of these events, and when I wasn’t listening to John Denton say that America had no business getting into World War II, or Bob Barr saying that the federal government (not Tim McVeigh) blew up the building in Oklahoma City, I was intrigued by much of what their movement had to say. As I got older and wiser, I began to realize that the heir of Friedrich Hayek was Milton Friedman, not Murray Rothbard, and that this “Austrian economics movement” was a front for an extremist form of anti-war zealotry. Every single conference break was filled with the most radical of conspiracy theorists you have ever heard, and the political intentions of the major brains behind their operation were not hidden: utter anarchy. If I had a nickel for every time someone suggested that insurance companies could come replace the federal government in a given task, I would have a lot more nickels than these people have. But it was an educational experience for me, and my transition out of it began before 9/11. It was 9/11 that completed my paradigm shift away from all these people stood for.

I spent several hours speaking with Ron Paul shortly after 9/11. He informed me that the Islamist threat was a made up one, just as the Communist threat of the 1950’s and 1960’s was. He told me, to my face, in his own words, that Lew Rockwell and his people were the only ones calling a spade a spade: America did deserve what the Islamists were trying to do to us, and if we simply learned to leave them alone, they would in turn leave us alone. It was among the most despicable and disappointing conversations I have ever had with another adult. (I think the conversation I had with Lew Rockwell where I asked him why they never have Thomas Sowell speak at their conferences was another one; he informed me that Sowell was an American propagandist who was a puppet for the war machine and an economic ignoramus; it’s Austrian or bust for Rockwell).

Any cursory glance at Lew’s website shows that Ron Paul has written hundreds of articles for Lew. Rockwell was Paul’s chief of staff from 1978 to 1982, a period of time where some have told me that Lew still had some degree of sanity. Lew has published Ron’s books. He has Paul speak at nearly every one of his conferences (to this day). And he sometimes accompanies Paul in campaign travels. Lew Rockwell is widely known to be the man who ghost-wrote for Ron Paul throughout the 1980’s and 1990’s. I don’t really need to elaborate on the connection between the two – neither one of them will make any attempt to deny it. The two are joined at the hip politically, financially, and ideologically (Ron Paul’s newsletter claimed income of $940,000 in 1993). Lew was the vice-chair of Paul’s Presidential exploratory committee. The two are close friends, and while Lew Rockwell does not have the name recognition that Ron Paul does, their careers and missions have been completely over-lapped for three decades.

The question is, “what is such a big deal?” Lew Rockwell ghost-writing some of the most vile and racist garbage you have ever seen for Ron Paul is one thing, but it is not the subject of my critique here. I would suggest to my readers who are fond of the Congressman, that he is indeed responsible for his associations. One cannot spend thirty years connected to holocaust-deniers, anti-semites, and explicit anarchists without red flags going up. For what it is worth, I do not believe Ron Paul is a holocaust denier or an anti-semite. I think he is worse. I think he is a coward. Ron Paul knows full well that his closest connections are a mixed bag of the most extremist sort of anarcho-capitalists you have ever seen. He refuses to engage these subjects. He does not publicly dispute their claims. He sits on the sideline, collecting $30 million in campaign contributions as a candidate who has never won a single state primary (in what seems like a million attempts, starting in 1988), but is never asked to separate himself from his indefensible friends. It is appalling.

I am happy to focus my article about Ron Paul on his extraordinary errors in matters of foreign policy, but the sad reality is that Ron Paul is entitled to believe that America is the source of the world’s woes (which he does believe), that America has provoked the Islamist butchers (which he does believe), and that America can function just fine by simply ignoring everybody all over the world. The analogy I have used is this: If I had a roommate, and an intruder came into our apartment with a weapon, and my roommate informed me that he did not believe the intruder was really a threat, I would not focus my efforts on persuading my roommate that the man was a threat. I would focus my efforts on the intruder.

Thus, I do not care if Ron Paul and his followers do not believe that the Jihadists are a threat to the United States of America. Delusions abound. I care that the people who lead our country at least believe that the jihadists are a threat, and as long as Ron Paul continues to lose every single primary he ever enters, I have no fears that the United States will ever adopt a foreign policy that says “you have to wait until the intruder is at your borders to respond” (the explicit foreign policy of Ron Paul). In 2008 this man stood on the stage at a Republican candidate debate and said that “the 9/11 hijackers were just a few thugs with box-cutters.” His foreign policy worldview is not merely one of opposing U.S. intervention in Iraq and Afghanistan; he believes that America is the provocateur in global activity. His worldview would never allow America to properly defend herself. Now, reasonable people can disagree about this subject (and many know I was once dangerously influenced by the perspective of the isolationists as well). My concern is not Ron Paul’s errors on this subject. My concern is that he has used the freedom movement to generate name recognition and fame, and then through sleight of hand converted the popularity over his limited government rhetoric to promote an agenda of anti-Americanism and military isolationism.

I believe America is spending itself into oblivion. I believe that the Fed has embarked on a Keynesian mission that is going to result in dramatic monetary price inflation and currency depreciation. I believe the federal government has over-stepped its boundaries in nearly every single category one could imagine. But I do not see Ron Paul making a dent in any of these causes. Besides accusing Ben Bernanke in a Congressional panel a couple years ago of the Fed being involved in Watergate and secretly funneling money to Saddam Hussein, Ron Paul’s role in advancing the cause of limited government and a monetary policy of common sense is, shall we say, minimal. He uses every opportunity when in front of a microphone to advance the cause of military isolationism. It is a tragedy. Somehow, some way, this guy has an audience, and he really does have an opportunity to impact the cause of freedom. But the tragedy of Ron Paul is that he has chosen to be more of a puppet for Lew Rockwell and the modern-day John Birchers of our society than he has for a sensible kind of freedom economics. I suppose it is somewhat explainable that many evangelicals have been lured in by his rhetoric. But if I told you a few years ago that one of the most popular names in evangelical politics was going to be the only guy in the race who supported gay marriage and the legalization of prostitution, would you have believed me? Paul has a prima facie case for both (though he is also wrong on both), but how many evangelicals do you think even know of Paul’s views on these subjects? I don’t think very many do, and the reason why is because Ron Paul rarely discusses these matters. His platform to promote a “blame America first” foreign policy is so important to him, that he will not jeopardize his “credibility” by publicly saying in the national media that he believes “Abraham Lincoln was a warmonger,” or that “the cold war was a figment of our imaginations”. He believes that America is a malignant “dictatorship,” yet somehow has been accepted into the mainstream of American politics.

American citizens have fallen for a handful of creepy characters over the years in one way or another (Ralph Nader, Lyndon Larouche, etc.), but this is different. Ron Paul’s core audience is made up of people who should know better. If we need to have a fair conversation about American foreign policy, let’s have it. But associating with the most ghastly of characters in Libertarianism is unforgivable, and we must do better. One does not receive a hall pass to be a lunatic, or to support lunacy, just because they get a few things right. Ironically, one of the defining selling points for Ron Paul is his alleged commitment to the Constitution. But this is what Paul’s chief-of-staff and ghostwriter, Lew Rockwell, has to say about the Constitution:

He argued that [the Constitution] represented a vast increase in government power and that this was its true purpose. It created a powerful central government, with the cover of liberty as an excuse. He used it as a case in point, and went further to argue that all constitutions are of the same type. In the name of limiting government — which they purportedly do — they invariably appear in periods of history when the elites are regrouping to emerge from what they consider to be near anarchy. The Constitution, then, represents the assertion of power.

When he finished, you could hear a pin drop. I’m not sure that anyone was instantly persuaded. He had challenged everything we thought we knew about ourselves. The applause was polite, but not enthusiastic. Yet his points stuck. Over time, I think all of us there travelled some intellectual distance. The Constitution was preceded by the Articles of Confederation, which Rothbard had described as near anarchist in effect. Who were these guys who cobbled together this Constitution? They were the leftovers from the war: military leaders, financiers, and other mucky mucks — a very different crew from the people who signed the Declaration of Independence. Jefferson was out of the country when the Constitution was passed.

And what was the effect of the Constitution? To restrain government? No. It was precisely the opposite, just as Hoppe said. It created a new and more powerful government that not only failed to restrain itself (what government has ever done that?), but grew and grew into the monstrosity we have today. It required a wholesale rethinking of the history, but what Hoppe had said that shocked everyone turns out to be precisely right — and this is only one example among many.

I’m speaking for multitudes when I say that he helped me understand democracy as a form of nationalization of the citizenry. We all became the government: or, we all became public property. And what happens to public property? It is overutilized and wasted because it is unowned by any one person or group of people in particular. Thus did the citizens become war fodder. We are taxed without limit. We have no way to restrain the state since no one in particular is made responsible for our plight. Our leaders are mere managers — not owners, like the monarchs — who are encouraged to loot and leave. They are there as covers for the real state, which is a faceless apparatus that is permanent and cares nothing for the value of the commonwealth.”

My challenge to Ron Paul and his benign followers is this: Come out and tell us if you agree with Lew Rockwell that the Constitution is a flawed document which invites statism. Tell us if you believe that the Winston Churchill statue at Hillsdale College is a travesty. Tell us if Abe Lincoln, FDR, Ronald Reagan, and George Bush are warmongers. I already know you believe all of this. And I am ready to engage that discussion.

But before we have that discussion, you have to tell your fans who you are. You told me face to face who you are: an anti-war zealot who believes America is an imperialistic dictatorship. Are your fans really cut from the same cloth?

I don’t believe the bulk of them are. But we cannot begin separating this all out until someone is willing to put their cards on the table. As someone who loves freedom, and believes that a more intelligent kind of conservatism must be presented to our citizenry, I am tired of the rhetoric of freedom and fiscal responsibility that comes from Ron Paul being tainted by his extremist views and lunatic friends. Let’s find a new national spokesman – someone who does not belittle the events of 9/11 as “just a few thugs with box-cutters.” There is a lot of work to be done. I encourage my friends who share a love for the freedom movement to rally behind the efforts of someone who is serious about getting it done.

Fundamentally, even people who are appalled at the Ron Paul connection to Lew Rockwell may still have a beef with me over the issue of foreign policy: There is a sort of trendiness to the idea that “America is not the policeman of the world” and I have seen more people quote President Eisenhower on the dangers of the “military industrial complex” in the last two years than I ever thought possible. I will live with my differences between the Paulites and myself over foreign policy. America is the leader of the free world, and that is a descriptive fact, not really worthy of being haggled over.

Our responsibility to defend ourselves and our way of life is totally and completely incompatible with Ron Paul’s view of foreign policy. America’s moral responsibility in preventing genocide is indisputable. If at the end of the day, a group of folks attracted to the rhetoric of freedom ideology believe that their objectives can be obtained without a strong and muscular foreign policy, they will find out the hard way that they are wrong. The ability of the United States to deter Jihadists, and better yet, to kill them before they kill us, will be the foundational condition on which a future “freedom at home” may be built. We are at war. We did not start the war. I hope and pray Ron Paul’s followers will come around on this. I know what will change their minds, and I do not like it.

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Divorce Agreement


Dear American liberals, leftists, social progressives, socialists, Marxists and Obama supporters, et al:

We have stuck together since the late 1950's for the sake of the kids, but the whole of this latest election process has made me realize that I want a divorce. I know we tolerated each other for many years for the sake of future generations, but sadly, this relationship has clearly run its course.

Our two ideological sides of America cannot and will not ever agree on what is right for us all, so let's just end it on friendly terms. We can smile and chalk it up to irreconcilable differences and go our own way.

Here is a model separation agreement:

--Our two groups can equitably divide up the country by landmass each taking a similar portion. That will be the difficult part, but I am sure our two sides can come to a friendly agreement. After that, it should be relatively easy! Our respective representatives can effortlessly divide other assets since both sides have such distinct and disparate tastes.

--We don't like redistributive taxes so you can keep them.

--You are welcome to the liberal judges and the ACLU.

--Since you hate guns and war, we'll take our firearms, the cops, the NRA and the military.

--We'll take the nasty, smelly oil industry and you can go with wind, solar and biodiesel.

--You can keep Oprah, Michael Moore and Rosie O'Donnell. You are, however, responsible for
finding a bio-diesel vehicle big enough to move all three of them.

--We'll keep capitalism, greedy corporations, pharmaceutical companies, Wal-Mart and Wall Street.

--You can have your beloved lifelong welfare dwellers, food stamps, homeless, homeboys, hippies, druggies and illegal aliens.

--We'll keep the hot Alaskan hockey moms, greedy CEO's and rednecks.

--We'll keep the Bibles and give you NBC and Hollywood .

--You can make nice with Iran and Palestine and we'll retain the right to invade and hammer places that threaten us.

--You can have the peaceniks and war protesters. When our allies or our way of life are under assault, we'll help provide them security.

--We'll keep our Judeo-Christian values.

--You are welcome to Islam, Scientology, Humanism, political correctness and Shirley McClain. You can also have the U.N. but we will no longer be paying the bill.

--We'll keep the SUV's, pickup trucks and oversized luxury cars. You can take every Volt and Leaf you can find.

--You can give everyone healthcare if you can find any practicing doctors.

--We'll continue to believe healthcare is a luxury and not a right.

--We'll keep "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" and "The National Anthem."

--I'm sure you'll be happy to substitute "Imagine", "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing", "Kum Ba Ya" or "We Are the World".

--We'll practice trickle down economics and you can continue to give trickle up poverty your best shot.

--Since it often so offends you, we'll keep our history, our name and our flag.

Would you agree to this? If so, please pass it along to other like-minded liberal and conservative patriots and if you do not agree, just hit delete. In the spirit of friendly parting, I'll bet you answer which one of us will need whose help in 15 years.


Sincerely,
John J. Wall
Law Student and an American

P.S. Also, please take Ted Turner, Sean Penn, Martin Sheen, Barbara Streisand & Jane Fonda with you.

P.S.S. And you won't have to press 1 for English when you call our country.

Friday, May 20, 2011

A Formal Apology And Prayer For Israel



















It is no great secret that I do not agree with the current President on many things. I do not believe in his "spread the wealth" aka socialism. I do not support a government imposed healthcare system. I do not support spending twice as much as we make as a a nation each year...and I could go on all day, but one need only read some of my posts to see where I stand on most concerns.

Regardless of my very strong opinions on all of these policies, no stance is more important in our nation than our position regarding Israel. Israel is, first and foremost, a land blessed by God

Thus saith the Lord GOD; When I shall have gathered the house of Israel from the people among whom they are scattered, and shall be sanctified in them in the sight of the heathen, then shall they dwell in their land that I have given to my servant Jacob. Ezekiel 28:25

Israel is a beacon of light in the middle east, which seeks only to survive and exist amongst numerous nations which daily seek it's demise. It is no accident that this tiny nation continues to survive and thrive while being surrounded by hostile muslim nations who have attempted on numerous occasions to wipe them from the map. If there is any physical evidence to prove the existence of our God in Heaven the continued existence of the nation of Israel in the face of threatened extinction by it's islamic neighbors is nothing short of a miracle. This small nation represents morals and values similar to our own nation and we must support her against all radical, evil elements, which rise up against her.

Rather than continue a friendly, supportive policy towards the greatest ally we have in this world, our current President has continuously thrown Israel under the bus. Most recently, he has called for Israel to withdraw back to it's pre-Six Day War 1967 borders. You know, one of the many times Israel's neighbors (Egypt, Syria, and Jordan) have joined forces in an attempt to destroy Israel.


This is incomrehensible, as it would make Israel unable to defend itself properly. Our President is stepping into dangerous territory by turning his back on Israel. I do not believe for one minute that he is representing the views of the people of our nation on this matter.

Mark my words...our nation has been blessed by God throughout it's history by standing up for decency, freedom, and liberty of mankind on the World's stage. The day we, as a nation, turn our back on Israel...we, as a nation, will cease to receive these blessings. I pray for Israel this day and for all the upcoming days that they struggle to survive in the face of our growing abandonment of them. May they be blessed and survive long enough that we might replace the personnel in our nations highest offices which seek to side with evil.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Monday, May 16, 2011

"Religion of Peace" Week In Review= 170 Dead, 238 Injured


DateCountryCityKilledInjuredDescription
2011.05.15IraqBaghdad30A family of three, including a 13-year-old boy, are murdered in their beds by sectarian Jihadis.
2011.05.15IsraelTel Aviv117An Israeli is killed when an Arab driver rams him yelling 'Allah Akbar' and 'Death to Jews'.
2011.05.15EgyptCairo250About fifty Christians are injured and two killed when a Muslim mob hurls rocks and homemade bombs into a peaceful protest.
2011.05.14PakistanKharian720Three women and a child are among seven bus passengers torn to shreds by fundamentalist bombers.
2011.05.13AlgeriaTizrarana72Armed fundamentalists attack a military barracks, slaying seven dead.
2011.05.13PakistanKarachi10A Shiite is shot twelve times by Sunni militants while traveling to work.
2011.05.13PakistanBannu89120Two suicide bombers murder eighty innocent people in "revenge" for the bin Laden killing.
2011.05.13NigeriaMaiduguri20Two men waiting for a bus are blown to bits by Boko Haram Islamists.
2011.05.13NigeriaBorno10Religious radicals shoot a chauffeur to death.
2011.05.12NigeriaMaiduguri20Boko Haram radicals murder a union official and his son.
2011.05.12IraqMussayab20Two people are abducted and beheaded by Religion of Peace activists.
2011.05.12AfghanistanHelmand20A Taliban wearing a police uniform opens up on NATO soldiers eating lunch, killing two.
2011.05.12IraqHillah10A teenager is tortured and murdered by suspected al-Qaeda.
2011.05.12NigeriaBorno11Muslim extremists assassinate a local elder.
2011.05.11SomaliaGal Gala54Islamists ambush a group of government troops, killing five.
2011.05.11IraqTikrit21Two Iraqis bleed out following a Mujahideen bombing.
2011.05.11PakistanKarachi20Two cops are gunned down in an Islamist drive-by.
2011.05.10SomaliaMogadishu37Islamic militia take out three civilians with a roadside bomb.
2011.05.10IraqTikrit118Jihad car bombers send eleven Iraqis to Allah.
2011.05.10PakistanPeshawar10A journalist is disassembled by a car bomb blast.
2011.05.10DagestanMakhachkala11A suicide bomber detonates at a checkpoint, killing a cop.
2011.05.09AfghanistanGhazni60The Taliban machine-gun a half-dozen policemen at point-blank range.
2011.05.09EgyptCairo10A 60-year-old Catholic grandfather is beaten to death by enraged Muslims.
2011.05.09PakistanNowshera42A bombing at a courthouse leaves four dead, including a woman.
2011.05.09PakistanOrakzai10Tehreek-e-Taliban kidnap and brutally execut a tribesman.
2011.05.09AfghanistanKhost40Four villagers are beheaded by religious hardliners.
2011.05.09AfghanistanLaghman53Three children are among five civilians torn to shreads by a Shahid suicide bomber.
2011.05.09IraqBaghdad32A liquor store owner is among the casualties of various Mujahideen blasts.

Monday, May 9, 2011

"Religion of Peace" Week In Review= 130 Dead, 436 Injured




DateCountryCityKilledInjuredDescription
2011.05.08DagestanMakhachkala20A journalist is among two people slain by Jihadi gunmen in separate attacks.
2011.05.08ThailandPattani20Islamists gun down two Buddhists in front of a mosque.
2011.05.07EgyptCairo12232Fundamentalists assault a church with firebombs and gunfire, killing five Copt defenders and seven more in an ensuing rampage.
2011.05.07ThailandNarathiwat10Religious separatists shoot a farmer to death.
2011.05.07ThailandPattani412Muslim militants detonate a bomb at a soccer field where police are playing a friendly game with villagers, killing four.
2011.05.06NigeriaKano173Seventeen residents of a Christian village, including a pastor's wife and three children are massacred in a pre-dawn Muslim attack.
2011.05.06PakistanQuetta815Eight Shiites visiting a cemetery are targeted and killed in a Sunni rocket attack.
2011.05.06IraqFallujah10An accused 'enemy of Allah' is kidnapped and beheaded.
2011.05.06AlgeriaBaghlia10Armed fundamentalists gun down a journalist.
2011.05.05NigeriaMaiduguri20A child is among two people shot to death by Boko Haram Islamists.
2011.05.05IraqHilla2472Two dozen police are sent to Allah by a Holy Warrior in an explosives-packed vehicle.
2011.05.05IraqMosul11A woman is shot to death in her home by 'insurgents'.
2011.05.05PakistanKarachi20An imam is among two people assassinated by Religion of Peace rivals.
2011.05.04ThailandYala413Muslim militants roll up on a tea shop and machine-gun four people to death, including two teenagers.
2011.05.04PakistanKarachi10A 45-year-old Shia man is assassinated by Taliban gunmen.
2011.05.04YemenAbyan79Seven people at a market are laid out by al-Qaeda bombers.
2011.05.04IraqHalila20Mujahideen stop two trucks and execute the drivers.
2011.05.04NigeriaBorno20A woman is among two people taken down by Islamist assassins.
2011.05.04SomaliaBaidoa20al-Shabaab executes two young 'apostates' at a soccer stadium, forcing children to watch.
2011.05.04IraqKarbala34Three agricultural workers are murdered by Islamic bombers.
2011.05.03IraqBaghdad1637Sixteen Shiites in a poorer neighborhood are blown to bits by Sunni bombers while watching soccer at a cafe.
2011.05.03IraqBaghdad25A woman is among two who bleed to death in separate bombings.
2011.05.02PakistanCharsadda45A woman and three children are torn to shreds when religious rivals place a bomb at a mosque.
2011.05.02IndiaBirma Pul17Holy Warriors take down a civilian with a roadside bomb.
2011.05.02IraqBaghdad67A Jihad bomb at a hospital garage nearly wipes out an entire family.
2011.05.02IraqBaghdad314A bomb near a coffee shop leaves three people dead.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

"Religion of Peace" Week In Review= 111 Dead, 193 Injured


DateCountryCityKilledInjuredDescription
2011.05.01AfghanistanPaktika412At least four people are killed when a 12-year-old suicide bomber detonates at a crowded market.
2011.05.01PakistanPunjab40Four guards are killed when Islamists attack a NATO supply convoy.
2011.04.30IndiaBaramulla10Mujahideen shoot a vendor to death.
2011.04.30IraqMosual819A brutal Fedayeen bombing at a marketplace entrance leaves at least eight dead.
2011.04.30IraqQadiriya22A man and his daughter are shot to death in their home by Islamic militants.
2011.04.30IraqKadhimiya40A village defense volunteer and three family members are murdered in their home by suspected al-Qaeda.
2011.04.30IraqTaji31A child and woman are among three killed when Islamists bomb a judge's home.
2011.04.29PakistanKarachi10An imam is assassinated by Religion of Peace rivals.
2011.04.29IraqDiyala30A family of three, including a girl, is exterminated in their home by terrorists.
2011.04.29IraqBuhriz40Four Sunni brothers are shot to death in cold blood by sectarian rivals.
2011.04.28PakistanLakki Marwat20Two villagers are abducted and executed by religious militants.
2011.04.28PakistanKarachi67Six innocents bleed out following an Islamist bombing attack on a bus.
2011.04.28AlgeriaOued Djemaa54Islamic extremists murder five security personnel with a bomb.
2011.04.28IraqBalad Ruz1240A Sunni straps explosives to his body and walks into a Shia mosque. A dozen are killed in the ensuing blast.
2011.04.28MoroccoMarrakesh1623A Holy Warrior walks into a cafe and detonates. Five women are among the sixteen massacred.
2011.04.27AfghanistanKabul90A 'very religious' Afghan pilot suddenly turns on his American trainers, gunning down nine in an attack claimed by the Taliban.
2011.04.27AlgeriaBoumelih21Fundamentalists cut two local cops to shreds with a shrapnel bomb.
2011.04.27ThailandYala10Muslim 'insurgents' shoot a Buddhist hunter and his dog to death.
2011.04.27IraqFalluajh30Three Iraqis are kidnapped and brutally tortured to death by suspected al-Qaeda.
2011.04.26PakistanKarachi456A female doctor is among four people dismantled during two separate bus bombings.
2011.04.26IraqHawija26Two innocents are leveled in the rubble of their house by Jihadi bombers.
2011.04.26SomaliaLuuq813A well-placed al-Shabaab landmine catches a civilian bus and sends at least eight passengers to Allah.
2011.04.25NigeriaMaiduguri38Boko Haram members bomb a bus stop and a hotel, killing three people.
2011.04.25IndiaSrinagar21Two cops are gunned down along a city street by Muslim terrorists.