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Herpetological Excrement: Ending the War in Afghanistan


May Day! May Day!  America is misgoverned by a demagogic traitor who traveled to Afghanistan at our expense, wasting precious tax payer dollars for a pair of  campaign speeches.  The video and partial transcript are here; the full transcript, reproduced below, is here. The English language lacks terms of opprobrium sufficient to express the depth, breadth & intensity of my contempt and detestation of Obama and the snake excrement he spews in an attempt to fool us into the suicidal act of re-electing hem to the high office he is unworthy & unqualified to hold. Obanination’s spew of snake excrement presents a target rich environment, chock full of lies which must be exposed and refuted.  I will highlight the worst of them, linking them to headings over my commentary.  To read my comments, click the links; use your back button to return to your place in the spew.

The White House

Office of the Press Secretary

Remarks by President Obama in Address to the Nation from Afghanistan

Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan

4:01 A.M. AFT THE PRESIDENT: Good evening from Bagram Air Base. This outpost is more than 7,000 miles from home, but for over a decade it’s been close to our hearts. Because here, in Afghanistan, more than half a million of our sons and daughters have sacrificed to protect our country. Today, I signed a historic agreement between the United States and Afghanistan that defines a new kind of relationship between our countries — a future in which Afghans are responsible for the security of their nation, and we build an equal partnership between two sovereign states; a future in which war ends, and a new chapter begins. Tonight, I’d like to speak to you about this transition. But first, let us remember why we came here. It was here, in Afghanistan, where Osama bin Laden established a safe haven for his terrorist organization. It was here, in Afghanistan, where al Qaeda brought new recruits, trained them, and plotted acts of terror. It was here, from within these borders, that al Qaeda launched the attacks that killed nearly 3,000 innocent men, women and children. And so, 10 years ago, the United States and our allies went to war to make sure that al Qaeda could never again use this country to launch attacks against us. Despite initial success, for a number of reasons, this war has taken longer than most anticipated. In 2002, bin Laden and his lieutenants escaped across the border and established safe haven in Pakistan. America spent nearly eight years fighting a different war in Iraq. And al Qaeda’s extremist allies within the Taliban have waged a brutal insurgency. But over the last three years, the tide has turned. We broke the Taliban’s momentum. We’ve built strong Afghan security forces. We devastated al Qaeda’s leadership, taking out over 20 of their top 30 leaders. And one year ago, from a base here in Afghanistan, our troops launched the operation that killed Osama bin Laden. The goal that I set — to defeat al Qaeda and deny it a chance to rebuild — is now within our reach. Still, there will be difficult days ahead. The enormous sacrifices of our men and women are not over. But tonight, I’d like to tell you how we will complete our mission and end the war in Afghanistan. First, we’ve begun a transition to Afghan responsibility for security. Already, nearly half of the Afghan people live in places where Afghan security forces are moving into the lead. This month, at a NATO Summit in Chicago, our coalition will set a goal for Afghan forces to be in the lead for combat operations across the country next year. International troops will continue to train, advise and assist the Afghans, and fight alongside them when needed. But we will shift into a support role as Afghans step forward. As we do, our troops will be coming home. Last year, we removed 10,000 U.S. troops from Afghanistan. Another 23,000 will leave by the end of the summer. After that, reductions will continue at a steady pace, with more and more of our troops coming home. And as our coalition agreed, by the end of 2014 the Afghans will be fully responsible for the security of their country. Second, we are training Afghan security forces to get the job done. Those forces have surged, and will peak at 352,000 this year. The Afghans will sustain that level for three years, and then reduce the size of their military. And in Chicago, we will endorse a proposal to support a strong and sustainable long-term Afghan force. Third, we’re building an enduring partnership. The agreement we signed today sends a clear message to the Afghan people: As you stand up, you will not stand alone. It establishes the basis for our cooperation over the next decade, including shared commitments to combat terrorism and strengthen democratic institutions. It supports Afghan efforts to advance development and dignity for their people. And it includes Afghan commitments to transparency and accountability, and to protect the human rights of all Afghans — men and women, boys and girls. Within this framework, we’ll work with the Afghans to determine what support they need to accomplish two narrow security missions beyond 2014 — counter-terrorism and continued training. But we will not build permanent bases in this country, nor will we be patrolling its cities and mountains. That will be the job of the Afghan people. Fourth, we’re pursuing a negotiated peace. In coordination with the Afghan government, my administration has been in direct discussions with the Taliban. We’ve made it clear that they can be a part of this future if they break with al Qaeda, renounce violence and abide by Afghan laws. Many members of the Taliban — from foot soldiers to leaders — have indicated an interest in reconciliation. The path to peace is now set before them. Those who refuse to walk it will face strong Afghan security forces, backed by the United States and our allies. Fifth, we are building a global consensus to support peace and stability in South Asia. In Chicago, the international community will express support for this plan and for Afghanistan’s future. And I have made it clear to its neighbor — Pakistan — that it can and should be an equal partner in this process in a way that respects Pakistan’s sovereignty, interests and democratic institutions. In pursuit of a durable peace, America has no designs beyond an end to al Qaeda safe havens and respect for Afghan sovereignty. As we move forward, some people will ask why we need a firm timeline. The answer is clear: Our goal is not to build a country in America’s image, or to eradicate every vestige of the Taliban. These objectives would require many more years, many more dollars, and most importantly, many more American lives. Our goal is to destroy al Qaeda, and we are on a path to do exactly that. Afghans want to assert their sovereignty and build a lasting peace. That requires a clear timeline to wind down the war. Others will ask, why don’t we leave immediately? That answer is also clear: We must give Afghanistan the opportunity to stabilize. Otherwise, our gains could be lost and al Qaeda could establish itself once more. And as Commander-in-Chief, I refuse to let that happen. I recognize that many Americans are tired of war. As President, nothing is more wrenching than signing a letter to a family of the fallen, or looking into the eyes of a child who will grow up without a mother or father. I will not keep Americans in harm’s way a single day longer than is absolutely required for our national security. But we must finish the job we started in Afghanistan and end this war responsibly. My fellow Americans, we’ve travelled through more than a decade under the dark cloud of war. Yet here, in the pre-dawn darkness of Afghanistan, we can see the light of a new day on the horizon. The Iraq war is over. The number of our troops in harm’s way has been cut in half, and more will soon be coming home. We have a clear path to fulfill our mission in Afghanistan, while delivering justice to al Qaeda. This future is only within reach because of our men and women in uniform. Time and again, they have answered the call to serve in distant and dangerous places. In an age when so many institutions have come up short, these Americans stood tall. They met their responsibilities to one another, and to the flag they serve under. I just met with some of them and told them that as Commander-in-Chief, I could not be prouder. And in their faces, we see what is best in ourselves and our country. Our soldiers, our sailors, our airmen, Marines, Coast Guardsmen and civilians in Afghanistan have done their duty. Now we must summon that same sense of common purpose. We must give our veterans and military families the support they deserve, and the opportunities they have earned. And we must redouble our efforts to build a nation worthy of their sacrifice. As we emerge from a decade of conflict abroad and economic crisis at home, it’s time to renew America — an America where our children live free from fear and have the skills to claim their dreams. A united America of grit and resilience, where sunlight glistens off soaring new towers in downtown Manhattan, and we build our future as one people, as one nation. Here in Afghanistan, Americans answered the call to defend their fellow citizens and uphold human dignity. Today, we recall the fallen and those who suffered wounds, both seen and unseen. But through dark days, we have drawn strength from their example and the ideals that have guided our nation and led the world — a belief that all people are treated equal and deserve the freedom to determine their destiny. That is the light that guides us still. This time of war beganin Afghanistan and this is where it will end. With faith in each other and our eyes fixed on the future, let us finish the work at hand and forge a just and lasting peace. May God bless our troops, and may God bless the United States of America. END        4:12 A.M. AFT

sacrificed to protect our country

No enlisted man, woman & officer who suffered, bled or died in Afghanistan, sacrificed themselves. They were sacrificed on the altar of political correctness by Shrub & Obanination who sent them to fight and die in an open ended war without measurable and attainable tactical & strategic objectives, under suicidal rules of engagement.

relationship

The only possible relationship between Afghanistan and the U.S.A. is everlasting enmity.  No other relationship is possible with Muslims and nations governed by Muslims.  Muslims are not our partners, not our allies; they are our enemies. Full comprehension of this fatal fact requires delving into the Qur’an which explicitly forbids subordinate & equal relationships with kuffar and declare intense enmity:  3:118, 4:144, 5:51, 5:57, 60:1 & 5:14, Exactly what part of  “take not as friends” do you not understand?

security of Afghanistan

Blathering about Afghanistan’s  national sovereignty & security is a diversion tactic to draw attention away from the only reasonable strategic objective, substituting a chimera.  So long as the population & regime of Afghanistan are Islamic, they are our enemies, part of the problem; not part of the solution. Afghanistan can never be secure while it borders on an Islamic state.  To secure Afghanistan, Pakistan must be neutralized. It must cease to be Islamic or cease to exist.

al Qaeda

Its Islam, stupid!”. Quit playing the name game!  Perpetual war is an intrinsic sacrament of Islam; it is not an innovation introduced by Abd al-Wahhab, Qutb, al-Banna or anyone else.  Full comprehension of this fatal fact requires delving into the Qur’an, where Allah speaks of casting terror, commands Muslims to engage in it and describes its results.  It also requires delving into the hadith where Moe is caught bragging about winning with terrorism: 3:151, 8:12, 8:39, 8:57, 8:609:29, 9:120, 33:26, 33:27, 59:2, 59:13, Sahih Bukhari 1.8.367, 1.7.331 & 4.52.220. Muslims who take any step to injure or enrage disbelievers earn extra credit for “deeds of righteousness” toward an upgrade in Allah’s Celestial Bordello.  What part of that do you not understand?

staging area

If formulated by a patriot instead of a traitor, the strategic objective would be to permanently remove Afghanistan from the set of terror sponsoring states.  Afghanistan can not be prevented from being a staging area for future attacks unless its population, regime and bordering nations become un-Islamic. So long as it is Islamic, it will be terrorist; no other outcome is possible.

initial success

Invasion is not success. Overthrowing the Islamic regime & replacing it with another Islamic regime is not success.  Eliminating the presence of al-Qaeda camps & operatives is not success.  Removing any state from the set of terror sponsoring states is not possible without eliminating Islam or life from within its borders and those of adjacent states. We allowed Saudi Arabia & Pakistan to fly their operatives home safely; we needed to usher them into Hell.  We failed to secure the ammo dumps, giving the enemy materials for constructing IEDs.  We failed to secure the borders, allowing infiltration of mujahideen and weapons from Iran. Success could only be achieved by nuking Afghanistan & Pakistan off the face of the earth.  Bin Ladin would not have escaped if we Nuked Afghanistan immediately.

different war

Iraq’s population and regime were Islamic.  The Magnificent Nineteen received training at Salman Pak under Saddam’s regime.  Islam is Islam, regardless of sect and national identity.  There is one war with many fronts; a war than can only be won by totally eliminating Islam from the face of the earth.

Afghan security  forces

They are Muslims; terrorists, not security forces; shooting our men in the back.  The enemy is Islam. The war can not be won without eliminating the enemy.  Men who are promisedeternity in Allah’s Celestial Bordello if they wage war and threatened with eternal damnation if they do not will wage war so long as they believe in the threat & promise.  The only alternative to breaking their faithis breaking their necks.

defeat al Qaeda

Its Islam, stupid!“. Every damned slave of Allah is a member of the enemy force, al-Qaeda is a small subset of the enemy, not the enemy.  In WW2, the enemy was Germany & Japan, not Panzers & Kamikazi.  You can have peace or you can have Islam; you can not have both. Choose peace.

complete our mission

The mission will only be complete when there are no living Muslims in Afghanistan & Pakistan.  While those two nations remain Islamic, the mission is a total failure.

commitments to combat terrorism

Only a damned fool expects terrorists to “combat terrorism”.  Muslims are commanded to “strike terror”. They emulatea terrorist.  They earn extra credit for any step taken to injure or enrage us.  One thing is crystal clear from this: Obama is a traitor.

democratic institutions

There is nothing democratic about Islam. Islamic law is the Qur’an & hadith, not the product of a representative legislature.  Allah & Moemake all the decisions.

negotiated peace

While there is Islam, there is no peace. Peace or Islam; choose one!  Islam is permanent war,. it does not make peace. Islam only makes hudnas, with a ten year maximum term. But hudnas are contracts at will, Muslims can break them as soon as they regain sufficient strength to resume attacks.

renounce violence

Taliban are “students of the Qur’an”. The book they study establishes genocidal conquest as an intrinsic sacrament of Islam.  Read  8:39, 67 & 9:29. Islamic law provides the death penalty for renouncing any part of the Qur’an.  Only a damned fool expects Muslims to renounce violence. Only a traitor makes it a campaign promise.

path to peace

The path to peace terminates in the Islamic cemetery.  There is no peace outside the cemetery.

Pakistan’s interests

Global conquest. “Its Islam, stupid!” Obtain a clue: read The Qur’anic Concept of War, a Pakistani strategy manual.

eradicate every vestige of the Taliban

It ain’t Obamination’s goal. Our defeat & destruction is his goal; he is a traitor.  If Islam is not eliminated, we have lost the war.

Our goal

Total & permanent elimination of Islamic aggression must be our goal. Anything less is suicidal. Anything less is a total waste of blood, treasure and time, all in short supply.  Islamic aggression can only be eliminated by eliminating Islam.  I direct doubters & dissenters, damned fools one and all, to Islamic law, which codifies the content of the Qur’an & hadith.  Reliance of the Traveller: O9.1 defines the communal obligation to invade kuffar at least once in every year.  O9.8 states that the caliph makes war upon Jews, Christians and Zoroastrians.  Hedaya Vol. II, Bk. IX, Ch. 1states that ‘destruction of the sword is incurred by infidels though they be not the first aggressors”.

timeline

When you tell the enemy when you are giving up, you declare your intention to surrender. The enemy need do no more than wait you out before resuming his attacks.

in harm’s way

No American should ever be sent into combat again.  WW2’s pacific theater  was closed with two Atomic bombs. We have the means to wipe hostile nations from the face of the earth, and we should use it.  They want to be martyrs for Allah; grant their wish.  The enemy thinks it can wage a low intensity war, below the nuclear threshold and bleed us to death by attrition.  We must show them their tactical error.

job we started

Shrub did not start the job, he  fooled around, wasting blood and treasure for nothing.  The task is eliminating Islam from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Iran, and everywhere else because Islam is permanent war.

delivering justice

Terrorism is not a domestic criminal matter for the justice system to handle. It is transnational warfare. Its objective is global dominance for Islam.  The Magnificent Nineteen hijacked those aircraft and flew them into buildings in service to Allah; an act of worship and a military tactic.  I direct doubters & dissenters, damned fools one and all, to the most revealing statement of Khalid Sheikh Mohammad and his four co-conspirators. Intelligent, open minded persons will read it and curse Islam, bigots will not. Killing or imprisoning every member of al-Qaida will not end terrorism or the war; it is a drop in the ocean.  The enemy is Islam, Muslims are its canon fodder.

our men and women in uniform

This appeal to national pride is two pronged: first, it proclaims military success where none exists; our blood and treasure have been wasted on the altar of political correctness.  Second, it attempts to make political capital of our best and brightest, the least of whom is morally as well as intellectually and physically superior to his ‘Commander in Chief”.  With his tongue Obamination praises our military; with his political forces, he guts it through the budget process.

support they deserve

The treacherous hypocrite spewed that lie in supreme arrogance, having attempted to screw the veterans out of their promised medical care.  He demanded that they tap private insurance policies to provide treatment for war injuries. Opportunities?  His economic policies are destroying opportunities, not making them!  The returning troops will be mustered out to the unemployment and welfare lines.

build a nation worthy of their sacrifice

That clause belies the mission to Afghanistan: it is a political campaign trip on our dime. Obamination is making us pay for a campaign stop where he delivered a very expensive stump speech 7000 miles from home.  This nation was built 230 + years ago  It is the values enshrined in the Declaration of Independence and established by the Constitution that make this nation worthy of sacrifice, not Obamination’s Socialist agenda!!!

renew America

That paragraph is another clear example of partisan electioneering at the taxpayer’s expense.  America can only be renewed by reversing every damn thing Obamimation has done.  We desperately need to remove the Socialists & CINOs from the Congress and Obama from the White House.

build our future as one people, as one nation

That fart from the anus of America stands out as a token of condescending arrogance seldom equaled if ever excelled in the history of America.  For the great divider, the practitioner of economic, racial & identity politics to pass that gas speaks volumes of his assessment of our intelligence & awareness.  As much as I hate Romney; my conscience won’t let me vote for him, I hope he defeats Obamination in November.

time of war began

It began with the battle of Badr in the 7th century.  It continued with the conquests of Arabia, North Africa, the Levant, India and South East Europe.  Islam’s war against America began with the attacks of the Barbary Pirates soon after we declared Independence from England.

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