Saturday, March 17, 2007

Illegal Irish in America

Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern, after presenting President Bush with the traditional St. Patrick's Day shamrocks, suggested that the US should allow the approximately 50-to-70-thousand illegal Irish immigrants in the United States "to step away from the shadows and into the sunshine."

Fifty to seventy THOUSAND illegal Micks in America?! Good lord! As we celebrate St. Pats Day by drinking green beer and eating green corned beef, there are Irishmen working and living outside the immigration laws of our fair land. They may have even taken the waiter jobs from good Americans in the very bars and pubs serving the green beer.

This situation must be remedied. I.C.E. should raid the bars and pubs, hauling off the illegal Irish for deportation to wherever they came from (which would be Ireland.) And I say, 'Good riddance to ya! Go back to the Emerald Isle and take your potatoes with you! And your Lucky Charms, too!'

And they weren't even Irish shamrocks; they were American grown shamrocks.

Short reading list for further information on the illegal Irish invasion:
Irish Lobby USA
Irish Voices blog

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Thursday, March 15, 2007

Jimmy Carter Target of 9/11 Mastermind

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed sang like a canary from the first day he was in captivity. A heavily redacted transcript was released by the US military Wednesday listing 31 confessed terror attacks, plots, and plans. Some of his claims are verifiably his responsibility, while others are probably exaggerations to bolster his own ego or status in the world of the international terrorist.

I suppose for a terrorist resume, this is a fairly impressive list. One item, number 10, is especially interesting. The liberals still believe that all of the terror attacks are because of America's foreign policy, but #10 doesn't make any sense in that context.

1. I was responsible for the 1993 World Trade Center Operation.
2. I was responsible for the 9/11 Operation, from A to Z.
3. I decapitated with my blessed right hand the head of the American Jew, [Wall Street Journal reporter] Daniel Pearl, in the city of Karachi, Pakistan. For those who would like to confirm, there are pictures of me on the Internet holding his head.
4. I was responsible for the Shoe Bomber Operation to down two American airplanes.
5. I was responsible for the Filka Island operation in Kuwait that killed two American soldiers.
6. I was responsible for the bombing of a nightclub in Bali, Indonesia, which was frequented by British and American nationals.
7. I was responsible for planning, training, surveying, and financing the New (or Second) Wave attacks against the following skyscrapers after 9/11:
a. Library Tower, California.
b. Sears Tower, Chicago,
c. Plaza Bank, Washington state.
d. The Empire State Building, New York City.
8. I was responsible for planning, financing, & follow-up of Operations to destroy American military vessels and oil tankers in the Straights of Hormuz, and Straights of Gibralter, and the Port of Singapore.
9. I was responsible for planning, training, surveying, and financing for the Operation to bomb and destroy the Panama Canal.

10. I was responsible for surveying and financing for the assassination of several former American Presidents, including President Carter.
11. I was responsible for surveying, planning, and financing for the bombing of suspension bridges in New York.
12. I was responsible for planning to destroy the Sears Tower by burning a few fuel or oil tanker trucks beneath it or around it.
13. I was responsible for planning, surveying, and financing for the operation to destroy Heathrow Airport, the Canary Wharf Building, and Big Ben on British soil.
14. I was responsible for planning, surveying, and financing for the destruction of many night clubs frequented by American and British citizens on Thailand soil.
15. I was responsible for surveying and financing for the destruction of the New York Stock Exchange and other financial targets after 9/11.
16. I was responsible for planning, financing, and surveying for the destruction of buildings in the Israeli city of Elat by using airplanes leaving from Saudi Arabia.
17. I was responsible for planning, surveying, and financing for the destruction of American embassies in Indonesia, Australia, and Japan.
18. I was responsible for surveying and financing for the destruction of the Israeli embassy in India, Azerbaijan, the Philippines, and Australia.
19. I was responsible for surveying and financing for the destruction of an Israeli 'El-Al' Airlines flight on Thailand soil departing from Bangkok Airport.
20. I was responsible for sending several Mujahadeen into Israel to conduct surveillance to hit several strategic targets deep in Israel.
21. I was responsible for the bombing of the hotel in Mombasa that is frequented by Jewish travelers via El-Al airlines.
22. I was responsible for launching a Russian-made SA-7 surface-to-air missile on El-Al or other Jewish airliner departing from Mombasa.
23. I was responsible for planning and surveying to hit American targets in South Korea, such as American military bases and a few night clubs frequented by American soldiers.
24. I was responsible for financial, excuse me, I was responsible for providing financial support to hit American, Jewish, and British targets in Turkey.
25. I was responsible for surveillance needed to hit nuclear power plants that generate electricity in several U.S. states.
26. I was responsible for planning, surveying, and financing to hit NATO Headquarters in Europe.
27. I was responsible for the planning and surveying needed to execute the Bojinka Operation, which was designed to down twelve American airplanes full of passengers. I personally monitored a found-trip, Manila-to-Seoul, Pan Am flight.
28. I was responsible for the assassination attempt against President Clinton during his visit to the Philippines in 1994 or 1995. . . .
29. I shared
[he emphasized 'shared'] responsibility for the assassination attempt against Pope John Paul the second while he was visiting the Philippines.
30. I was responsible for the training and financing for the assassination of Pakistan's President Musharraf.
31. I was responsible for the attempt to destroy an American oil company owned by the Jewish former Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, on the Island of Sumatra, Indonesia.
One would think that after gallivanting around the world trying to be more Palestinian than Bill Clinton is Black, Jimmy Carter would have earned some points with Radical Islam. Instead, Jimmy was targeted for assassination. Why? Is it possible that when it came down to brass tacks, Jimmy Carter was nothing more than an infidel who needed killing because the Muslim god said so?

Unfortunately, the answer to that question will not be enough to convince Liberals there are Islamic lunatics who just want to kill us. Even when a good anti-Semite, quasi-Palestinian like Jimmy Carter are targets for death are Libs willing to give up their hatred for George Bush long enough to defend Western Civilization from the barbarians at the gates.

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Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Global Warming Skeptics

Many scientists are skeptical of the Human-Centric Global Warming hypothesis. Okay, so name one.

Here are the names of 70 of them:

Khabibullo Abdusamatov, Scientist, Russian Academy of Sciences

Dr. William J.R. Alexander, Professor Emeritus, University of Pretoria

Dr. Claude Allegre, Geophysicist, Institute of Geophysics

Dr. August H. Auer, Former professor of Atmospheric Science, University of Wyoming

Dennis Avery, Environment economist, Center for Global Food Issues

Dr. Sallie L. Baliunas, Astrophysicist, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

Dr. Timothy Ball, Canadaian Climatologist and Former Professor, University of Winnipeg

Dr. Robert C. Balling, Jr., Climatologist, Arizona State University

Dr. Jack Barrett, Chemist and Spectroscopist, Formerly with Imperial College London

Dr. David Bellamy, Honorary Professor for Adult and Continuation Education, Durham University

Dr. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen, Reader, University of Hull

Dr. Simon Brassell, Geologist, University of Indiana

Dr. Reid Bryson, Meteorologist, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Mr. Nigel Calder, Former Editor, The New Scientist Magazine

Dr. Robert M. Carter, Geologist, James Cook University

Dr. Ian Castles, Fellow, Australian National University

Dr. Petr Chylek, Physics and Atmospheric Science Adjunct Professor, Dalhousie University

Dr. Ian D. Clark, Earth Sciences Professor, University of Ottawa

Dr. Paul Cooper, Professor Emeritus, Laurentian University

Dr. Richard S. Courtney, Climate and Atmospheric Science Consultant, Climate and Atmospheric Science Consultant

Dr. Chris de Freitas, Associate Professor and Climate Scientist, The University of Auckland

Dipl.-Ing. Peter Dietze, Official Reviewer, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Dr. Freeman J. Dyson, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Institute for Advanced Studies

Dr. Hugh W. Ellsaesser, Physicist/Meteorologist, Formerly with Livermore National Laboratory

Dr. Robert H. Essenhigh, Professor of Energy Conversion, The Ohio State University

Dr. Christopher Essex, Applied Mathematics Professor, University of Western Ontario

Dr. Bill Gray, Professor Emeritus, Colorado State University

Dr. Vincent Gray, Expert Reviewer, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Dr. Keith D. Hage, Meteorology Professor Emeritus, University of Alberta

Dr. Howard Hayden, Emeritus Professor of Physics, University of Connecticut

Dr. Douglas Hoyt, Retired Scientist, Raytheon Company

Dr. Andrei Illarionov, Chief Economic Adviser, Russian President Vladimir Putin

Dr. Zbigniew Jaworowski, Physicist and Chairman, Scientific Council of Central Laboratory for Radiological Protection

Dr. Ola Johanneseen, Professor, Nasen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center

Dr. Wibjorn Karlen, Emeritus Professor, Stockholm University

Dr. Aynsley Kellow, Professor, University of Tasmania

Dr. Madhav Khandekar, Former Research Scientist, Environment Canada

Mr. William Kinimonth, Former Head, National Climate Centre

Dr. Hans H.J. Labohm, Former Advisor to the Executive Board, Clingendael Institute

Dr. Douglas Leahey, Meteorologist and air-quality consultant, Calgary

Dr. Marcel Leroux, Climatology Professor Emeritus, University of Lyon

Dr. Dennis Lettenmaier, Hydrology Professor, University of Washington

Dr. Richard Lindzen, Meteorologist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Dr. Bjorn Lomborg, Associate Statistics Professor, University of Aarhus

Dr. Alister McFarquhar, International Economist, Downing College

Dr. Ross McKitrick, Associate Economics Professor, University of Guelph

Dr. Patrick J. Michaels, Professor of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia

Dr. Fred Michel, Associate Professor, Carleton University

Dr. M.R. Morgan, Climate Consultant, First Minister of Wales

Dr. Nils-Axel Morner, Emeritus Professor, Stockholm University

Dr. Tad Murty, Adjunct Professor, University of Ottawa

Mr. David Nowell, Fellow, Royal Meteorological Society

Dr. Garth W. Paltridge, Director, The Cooperative Research Centre for Antarctica and the Southern Ocean

Dr. Benny Peiser, Professor of Social Antrhopology, Liverpool John Moores University

Dr. Al Pekarek, Associate Professor of Geology, St. Cloud State University

Dr. Roger Pielke, Sr., Meteorologist, Cooperative Institute of Research

Dr. Ian Plimer, Professor, University of Adelaide and University of Melbourne

Dr. Harry N.A. Priem, Emeritus Professor, Utrecht University

Dr. Andreas Prokoph, Adjunct Professor, University of Ottawa

Dr. Paul Reiter, Professor, Institut Pasteur

Dr. Art Robinson, Founder, Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine

Dr. Arthur Rorsch, Emeritus Professor of Molecular Genetics, Leiden University

Dr. Rob Scagel, Principal Consultant, Pacific Consultants

Dr. Gary Sharp, Director, Center for Climate/Ocean Resources Study

Dr. Nir J. Shaviv, Astrophysicist, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Dr. Fred Singer, Climatologist, The Competitive Enterprise Institute

Dr. Graham Smith, Associate Professor, University of Western Ontario

Dr. Roy Spencer, Principal Research Scientist, The University of Alabama

Dr. Henrik Svensmark, Climate Scientist, Danish Space Research Institute

Dr. Gordon E. Swaters, Applied Mathematics Professor, University of Alberta

Mr. George Taylor, State climatologist, State of Oregon

Dr. Hendrik Tennekes, Retired Director of research, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute

Dr. Gerrit J. van der Lingen, Climate Change Consultant, Geoscience Research and Investigations

Dr. G. Cornelis van Koten, Environmental and Climate Change Professor, University of Victoria

Dr. Jan Veizer, Emeritus Professor of Earth Sciences, University of Ottawa

Dr. Boris Winterhalter, Retired Senior Marine Researcher, Geological Survey of Finland

Dr. David E. Wojick, Senior Editor, “Electricity Daily” International Magazine

See, the skeptical scientists really do exist.

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Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Scientists Get Death Threats

Contrarian climate scientists have received death threats from the ecoterrorist left. Scientists who question or disagree with 'settled orthodoxy' have seen there research funding dry-up, their work and opinions stifled, and they have been labeled heretics, worse than Holocaust deniers.

Timothy Ball, a former climatology professor at the University of Winnipeg in Canada, has received five deaths threats by email since raising concerns about the degree to which man was affecting climate change.

One of the emails warned that, if he continued to speak out, he would not live to see further global warming.

"Western governments have pumped billions of dollars into careers and institutes and they feel threatened," said the professor.

"I can tolerate being called a sceptic because all scientists should be sceptics, but then they started calling us deniers, with all the connotations of the Holocaust. That is an obscenity. It has got really nasty and personal."

Last week, Professor Ball appeared in The Great Global Warming Swindle, a Channel 4 documentary in which several scientists claimed the theory of man-made global warming had become a "religion", forcing alternative explanations to be ignored.

Richard Lindzen, the professor of Atmospheric Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology - who also appeared on the documentary - recently claimed: "Scientists who dissent from the alarmism have seen their funds disappear, their work derided, and themselves labelled as industry stooges.

"Consequently, lies about climate change gain credence even when they fly in the face of the science."

Dr Myles Allen, from Oxford University, agreed. He said: "The Green movement has hijacked the issue of climate change. It is ludicrous to suggest the only way to deal with the problem is to start micro managing everyone, which is what environmentalists seem to want to do."

Nigel Calder, a former editor of New Scientist, said: "Governments are trying to achieve unanimity by stifling any scientist who disagrees. Einstein could not have got funding under the present system."

In the long past, scientists were persecuted for saying Earth revolved around Sol. Scientists were banished, silenced, and some were executed. Hundreds of years later, have we returned to the old ways of settling science questions with torture and fire? Once again the lives of scientists are in danger. Al Gore, Prophet of Climate Doom, should be very proud of what he has wrought. All hail al-Gore. All praise be to Gaia.


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Sunday, March 11, 2007

Shadow Wolves: No Evil Shall Escape Their Sight

"In brightest day, in darkest night, no evil shall escape my sight, for I am the Shadow Wolf." Shadow Wolf motto

For hundreds of years, the American Indians fought the white invaders of their ancestral homes. It was, in the end, a losing battle. Sitting Bull said upon his return from a visit to Washington, D.C., that the white's numbers are like those of the ants.

Shadow Wolf border patrol officers use the skills that have been passed down through the generations, century after century. The unit continues the tradition in which the older experienced members teaching the younger officers how to "cut sign". Tradition isn't their only tool; they also use the latest high-tech night vision scopes, GPS locators, and weaponry, but it is still the old ways that tell how long ago the footprint was made and in which direction the prey is headed.

Their normal patrol territory is the Arizona-Mexico border area and a similar unit is to be organized on the Blackfeet Nation bordering Canada. After, the 9/11 attacks the Shadow Wolves have been absorbed into the Dept of Homeland Security. The Shadow Wolf unit has trained border guards, customs agents, and national police in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia to follow the tracks of smugglers transporting contraband.

Tracking bin Laden

The Shadow Wolves have been tasked with a new mission. The team of Navajo, Sioux, Lakota, and Apache are being sent to Tajikistan and Uzbekistan to pass on ancestral sign-reading skills to local border units in order to track Osama bin Laden who, still on the run, didn't have time to blow out he 50 candles on his birthday cake this past Saturday.

The resurgence of the Taliban and al-Qaida in Afghanistan and the failure of high-tech Apache helicopters to find the top terror guy, has inspired defense officials to requisition the Shadow Wolves to curtail enemy movements. A senior US official denied last week that bin Laden's trail had gone stone cold. The NID Vice-Admiral Mike McConnell, informed a Senate committee that bin Laden and his Number 2, Ayman al-Zawahiri, are setting up new terror training camps in northwestern Pakistan.

The military and administration have been accused of allowing the trail to go cold. But a senior US official insisted last week that bin Laden's trail had "not gone stone cold". As reported here, the CIA has developed new leads to finding bin Laden. Vice-Admiral Mike McConnell, the new US director of national intelligence, told a Senate committee that bin Laden and his lieutenant, Ayman al-Zawahiri, were setting up new training camps in northwestern Pakistan. Last month US Defence Secretary Robert M.Gates said, "If I were Osama bin Laden, I'd keep looking over my shoulder." Because we're coming and hell is coming with us.

The Shadow Wolves are on bin Laden's trail and there is nowhere to run, nowhere to hide.

The Australian
Unofficial Tribute to the US Customs Service Shadow Wolves

Important note:

Make no mistake - the Shadow Wolves are not the only Indians in the uniform of America. There are thousands who have served , are serving, and will serve with distinction and pride. There are 500 Indian Nations calling America home and this great land Mother. Serving in Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, and wherever evil appears you will find members of the 500 Nations: Shoshonee, Sioux, Arrapaho, Apache, Cheyenne, Cherokee, Paiute, Pomo, Kickapoo, Choctaw, Tlingit, Tsimpsian, Creek, Seminole, Maidu, Osage, Chickasaw, Assiniboine (Nakoda), Oglala Lakota, Crow, Blackfeet, Kiowa, Oneida, Lummi, Omaha, Ojibwe, Sauk, Fox, Pawnee, Otoe, Shawnee, Hochunk, Dineh(Navajo), Hopi, Lumbee, Ute, and so many more.

When I go to pow-wow, I joke about seeing all the Cherokees, Aztecs, Navajos, and Winnebagos - and those are just the vehicles in the parking lot. But, when we all stand to honor the Indian veterans, recalling their bravery and deeds then I am reminded of the proud tradition of the American Indian Warrior Spirit.

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