ISIS encouraging “lone wolf” attacks in the U.S.against soldiers

When the enemy has been allowed to act with impunity, his boldness grows exponentially. And so it is with Islamo-fascists and jihadists, who are certainly here in America seeing the “coexist” bumper stickers and hearing President Barack Hussein Obama state that ISIS is not “Islamic” — I’m just glad they’re not Southern Baptist because then Obama and the Left would truly take action. So while we were enjoying a weekend of college and pro football, those non-Islamic, Islamic State in Iraq and Syria chaps were busy.

As Fox News reports, “A law enforcement bulletin obtained by FoxNews.com warned that Islamic State fighters have increased calls for “lone wolves” to attack U.S. soldiers in America in recent months, citing one tweet that called for jihadists to find service members’ addresses online and then “show up and slaughter them.” There will be “a continued call – by Western fighters in Syria and terrorist organizations – for lone offender attacks against U.S. military facilities and personnel,” warned a July law enforcement intelligence bulletin from the Central Florida Intelligence Exchange (CFIE), a state-run agency that gathers, assesses and shares threat information and works with the Department of Homeland Security. “These threats will most likely increase should the U.S. or its allies attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS) in Syria or Iraq.”

Fox says “killing U.S. troops on American soil is an increasing focus of jihadists, according to the CFIE bulletin, titled “Continued Threat to Military Personnel from Al Qaeda Inspired Homegrown Violent Extremists.” It was sent out on July 8, 2014, “in response to recent social media messaging from Western fighters in Syria calling for attacks against “soldiers in the West.” Instead of luring radicalized Americans to the Middle East, Islamic State will likely encourage them to stay home and kill U.S. soldiers here, the bulletin warned.”

Interesting — while the NSA is listening in on Grandma talk about her apple pie recipe, the Central Florida Intelligence Exchange is doing its job and providing assessments and estimates.

In a strange coincidence, our Editor-in-Chief received a phone call over the weekend from a Middle Eastern man in Michigan claiming he was with me in Iraq in 2004 and wanted to know where I live. The only problem is, I wasn’t in Iraq in 2004.

Of course I can hear all the cultural jihadist apologists sighing and rolling their eyes, saying here we go again with the fear mongering talk. Well, perhaps they need to be reminded of the heinous and barbaric attack against a young British Soldier named Lee Rigby by two Nigerian jihadists.

Rigby was hacked to death with machetes in broad daylight as people watched — and the savages with their blood stained hands gave a speech recorded on somebody’s phone. Then they just waited for police to come. So you apologists can hide behind your own fear and desire to dismiss this enemy.

Then perhaps you should be reminded of one converted jihadist named Carlos Bledsoe and his jihadist attack against two U.S. Army Soldiers at a Little Rock, Ark recruiting station — killing one.

And of course there was that incident of “workplace violence” at Ft. Hood Texas at the hands of one Nidal Hasan — who has requested to be a “citizen” of the caliphate. As a matter of fact, ISIS used Hasan’s actions as a glowing example of what to do.

Fox says “a commenter on the Ansar Al-Mujahideen English Forum reposted a 2009 statement from radicalized American Adam Gadahn, now a senior Al Qaeda leader, praising Hasan.”The Mujahid brother Nidal Hasan, lightly armed but with a big heart, a strong will and a confident step, again brought into focus the weaknesses and vulnerabilities of America … and most significantly, the Mujahid brother Nidal Hasan is a pioneer, a trailblazer and a role model who has opened the door, lit a path and shown the way forward for every Muslim among the unbelievers and yearns to discharge his duty to Allah and play a part in the defense of Islam and Muslims against the savage, heartless and bloody Zionist Crusader assault on our religion, sacred places and homelands,” read the statement.”

“In one example cited in the CFIE bulletin, a British jihadist encouraged radicals still living in the West to use Facebook and LinkedIn to find and target soldiers. “You could literally search for soldiers, find their town, photos of them, look for address in Yellowbook or something,” the tweet read. “Then show up and slaughter them.”

And in typical Obama administration fashion, last Thursday, Peter Boogaard, a spokesman for the Department of Homeland Security, told FoxNews.com that “there is no credible intelligence at this time to suggest that there is an active plot by (ISIS) to carry out an attack in the United States.”

Interestingly, the warning bulletin came out quite sometime before last week’s indictment of the man in New York, Mufid Elfgeeh, who was arrested late May in a Walmart parking lot after a sting in which an FBI informant offered to sell him guns and silencers, which Elfgeeh allegedly wanted to use to kill returning American troops as well as Shiite Muslims living in the region.

The military teaches us to always plan and prepare for the enemy’s most dangerous course of action — not the most politically correct ideologically desired action– which is what Obama prefers – but the most dangerous action. Plots have been foiled plots by Islamic jihadists against Ft. Dix and US Marine Corps Base, Quantico — and those are the ones we know about. So how can we be prepared?

First of all don’t become a desirable target. Second, make sure you’re utilizing the “buddy team” concept and not setting yourself up as an easily isolated target.

You must be cognizant of your surroundings and environment, and be on the lookout for things or individuals which are not routine. Remember ISIS was calling for attacks on Australian civilians in Sydney — public beheadings, you know, the practice that John Kerry stated has nothing to do with Islam.

At least in America we still have our Second Amendment rights to arm and protect ourselves. But we still haven’t taken any actions to arm our men and women on our military installations. I can assure you major installations like Ft. Bragg, Ft. Hood, Camp Lejeune or Camp Pendleton have maneuver areas, which can be easily infiltrated. And for marine and naval installations we cannot disregard water areas of approach.

In addition, we must review our MEVAs (Mission Essential Vulnerable Areas) on those installations — especially family housing areas. I’d like to hear what the Pentagon is specifically doing to harden our military installation security. Another sector we must not forget are those service members working in major urban centers such as at the Pentagon, who take late night public transportation home — like D.C. Metro. How can they be protected and should they be allowed concealed carry — even if they reside in Washington D.C?

This is a new security environment and we have to realize that our continental United States is part of the 21st century battlefield, especially our military installations and troops. All the federal elected officials are back home campaigning — how about asking them if they’ve read the CFIE report and what are their solutions?

Regardless, I dare any of the progressive socialist Leftists — allies of the Islamo-fascists — to start talking about assaulting the Second Amendment and gun control…and I am specifically talking about Michael Bloomberg who I am quite sure has plenty of personal security.

To my brothers and sisters still in uniform and to veterans, let us not cower and stop wearing our uniforms or wearing our U.S. military articles — but be vigilant, aware and stay alert. Watch your six and keep your eyes open — and protect your families because they jihadists have no conscience. And if you are engaged, return fire with fury and make them pay — unlike Obama, never “outsource” your security.

And for ISIS and the global Islamo-fascist movement, I have two words: Molon Labe.

57 COMMENTS

  1. Things are a little different in USA. There’s that pesky 2nd Amendment. And a lot of people carry. This is a good thing. Maybe the ISIS threat will help liberals see the value of an armed citizenry.

  2. Col. Allen … I drive a School Bus, the past 10 years, I have seen Muslim kids multiply from 1 or 2 ten years ago to just about every Bus has at least one today, and we have 35 Buses. I don’t know where they came from, don’t know if they are legal, its not a good sight. Its bad enough that our kids have their heads buried in IPads all day long and don’t have a clue what’s going on. I think we have a major problem and Americans are

    • These same children and adults are missing life with their heads buried in their phones. Lesson here, pay attention idiots, it may save your life.

  3. Sometime in the next 2 years, in one of the big metropolitan areas. I’ll be shocked if it does not happen, and no, the media won’t cover it.

  4. There are 5 missing Afghans roaming around loose right now in America. They all “just disappeared from the mall in Cape Cod and while site seeing in Georgetown. Does anyone have a problem with this or is it just me?.

    • Fear is the key. Dont buy it. It is all politics. They play and thrive on your stupid fear. NATO has struck in Iraq. Or, more precisely, two French Rafale warplanes bombed a storage depot in northern Iraq believed to be used by ISIS.

      Washington cheered the French attack as the first wave of NATO military operations against the new enemy du jour, ISIS or the Islamic State. French president Francois Hollande, whose abysmal popularity ratings are now lower than Robespierre’s, butcher of the French Revolution, was elated by his show of machismo even if French voters were not.

      What the French were really doing, of course, was show-casing their new Rafale fighter. There’s nothing like bombing Arabs to sell military hardware, as Israel has long shown.

      Paris has been desperately trying to sell the Rafale, which is a very capable aircraft, to the Gulf Emirates, Saudi Arabia and India. Delhi signed an order for 126 Rafales in 2012 but has yet to implement it.

      India knows France is desperate to sell Rafales and has been torturing the French with endless bureaucratic and contract delays while it tries to haggle down the price and improve co-production terms.

      Two Rafales hardly mean full-scale NATO intervention in Iraq. Washington has been pressing NATO for decades to act as its gendarme in the Mideast. However, Europeans have been very reluctant to wade into the swamp of Mideast affairs or act as Washington’s native troops the way the Indian Army served the military needs of the British Empire. As the late Bavarian leader Franz Josef Strauss pithily put it, “we refuse to be foot soldiers for the American atomic knights.”

      • It appears that SynHope is trying to distract the readers from the true contents of this article. I would say that quite possibly it is a muslim. Even the name is suspicious.

      • How many more times are you going to repeat the posting of this comment? Continual reiteration is a symptom of Early Onset Dementia; which seems to be rampant in the “Progressive” community.

    • NON of this administrations supporters have the intelligence to realize and question anything! They’re sheep – waiting for the next grazing field!

  5. NATO has struck in Iraq. Or, more precisely, two French Rafale warplanes bombed a storage depot in northern Iraq believed to be used by ISIS.

    Washington cheered the French attack as the first wave of NATO military operations against the new enemy du jour, ISIS or the Islamic State. French president Francois Hollande, whose abysmal popularity ratings are now lower than Robespierre’s, butcher of the French Revolution, was elated by his show of machismo even if French voters were not.

    What the French were really doing, of course, was show-casing their new Rafale fighter. There’s nothing like bombing Arabs to sell military hardware, as Israel has long shown.

    Paris has been desperately trying to sell the Rafale, which is a very capable aircraft, to the Gulf Emirates, Saudi Arabia and India. Delhi signed an order for 126 Rafales in 2012 but has yet to implement it.

    India knows France is desperate to sell Rafales and has been torturing the French with endless bureaucratic and contract delays while it tries to haggle down the price and improve co-production terms.

    Two Rafales hardly mean full-scale NATO intervention in Iraq. Washington has been pressing NATO for decades to act as its gendarme in the Mideast. However, Europeans have been very reluctant to wade into the swamp of Mideast affairs or act as Washington’s native troops the way the Indian Army served the military needs of the British Empire. As the late Bavarian leader Franz Josef Strauss pithily put it, “we refuse to be foot soldiers for the American atomic knights.”

    A notable exception was the French-led overthrow of Muammar Khadaffi in Libya. The always intemperate Libyan leader claimed in a 2011 interview that he helped secretly finance the election campaign of French conservative leader Nicholas Sarkozy, who just announced that he will run again for president in 2017.

    France, backed by the Obama administration, managed to drag a few other reluctant European nations into the attack on Libya. French and British special forces led the anti-Khadaffi uprising. Khadaffi’s convoy was bombed by French warplanes (probably Rafales); the Libyan leader was then captured by a mob led by French intelligence agents and murdered.

    If NATO and Europe thought it was getting a bonanza of Libyan high grade oil, it was very wrong. What it got was chaos in Libya, jihadist uprisings in Mali and Nigeria, and waves of boatpeople heading for Italy.

    Undaunted by this awful mess, the US is demanding that NATO take a lead role in fighting the Iraq-Syrian ISIS. But the amateur lady strategists in the White House also managed to get themselves in a frightening confrontation with Russia over fragmenting Ukraine.

    NATO found itself facing a possible war in East Europe for which it was wholly unprepared. The threat of a nuclear clash suddenly became very real as NATO blundered ever deeper into the Ukrainian crisis.

    This left Noble Peace Prize winner Barack Obama facing major confrontations in Eastern Europe and Mesopotamia – while trying to “pivot” to Asia. While the White House may be hoping that the wily Vladimir Putin will again rescue it from its own folly, as he did over Obama’s threats to attack Syria in 2013, it seems likely that the US will be quickly drawn ever deeper into the mess in the Levant and Mesopotamia.

    Meanwhile, US Secretary of State John Kerry just visited Cairo where he sought to enlist Egypt’ military junta to fight ISIS and possibly take over Libya, a notion that dates from the days of the late Anwar Sadat.

    As for NATO, many Europeans wonder why the North Atlantic Treaty Organization still exists, given that it was created at counter the very real threat in the early Cold War years of a Soviet invasion of western Europe.

    NATO, says top American strategist Zbig Brzezinski, is the key to American domination of Europe. Washington pays 75% of NATO’s bills. NATO has allowed Europe to skimp on military spending. No wonder Europe is reluctant to get into new Mideast war.

    The alliance has grown so feeble that the best President Obama could come up with to counter the alleged Russian threat was a feeble 4,000-man “spearhead” unit, backed by the equally feeble 8-10,000 US military personnel scattered across Europe. The rest of the once mighty 400,000 US garrison in Europe has gone home or is deployed on imperial missions. Russia is not much better off militarily.

    There are even voices in Europe calling for abandoning NATO and forming a united European Union military, an idea strongly opposed by Washington. Russia has scared many of these NATO critics back into the arms of the alliance. But once the Ukraine crisis abates, expect renewed calls for Europe to shake off its dependency on the US and embark on an independent course.

    • Do you really think that we care what your pet “frogs” are up to? How many more times are you going to repeat the posting of this comment? Continual reiteration is a symptom of Early Onset Dementia; which seems to be rampant in the “Progressive” community.

      • Is that why we constantly hear how troops “defend our freedom” when they do no such thing? That lie has been told so many times people think it’s true.

        The only threats to freedom are from DC, and the only thing the troops ever do there is gargle testicles.

      • Back to grade school insults already? And I thought you might be able to form a complete, if not coherent, thought of your own. You still have not addressed a single point, you fascist shill.

      • Just where is it written that I “must” address any of your inane anti-capitalist, anti-American remarks? And, oh by the way, you are the one who made the “grade school” remark about gargling testicles”. Not being able to remember your recent remarks is a symptom of Early Onset Dementia. Get help.

  6. As these local jihadists are found I don’t think they should be sent to prison or even have a court date. We already take care of too many low-life scumbags. I’m not sure but since this is not a war the Geneva Convention probably doesn’t apply. If it does then maybe our fearless leader could just get his pen out one more time.

    • So you do not believe the constitution should apply to people you dislike? You sound like you belong in either the Democrat or Republican party. Take your pick, neither one believes in freedom, liberty or human rights.

      Which pen wielding fearless leader are we talking about? The current one or his predecessor? I honestly thought Bush got a killer tan and was busy serving his 4th term.

      • Ah, gender identity problems too. Don’t worry, you may grow out of it after your mom kicks you out of your basement kingdom,.

      • So you are really that stupid? This isn’t a matter of disliking someone you fool. That’s all the response your comment deserves, actually more than it deserves. Grow up.

      • You want me to grow up, so I can disavow basic human rights and the guarantees of the constitution and become a patriotic, civilized person like you? I think I’ll pass. There’s plenty of fascists around already, like you and your boyfriend below illustrate.

        Always ironic when an American calls anyone stupid. This country ranks ~25th in educational scores and engages in doublethink on a national level. I’ll wear that as a badge of honor.

  7. Armed and carrying. I am careful and dont go out alone I am an American born and raised country loving red blooded woman. God bless America and in God weTrust are very important to me. As well as our Pledge and National Anthem. I refuse to have a skank pig come into my country and make threats on the very people that proptect me and my family. I will stand beside them and help protect my family and theirs.

  8. Why do you think they call for attacks on military bases and personnel?

    Maybe its because military personnel belong to an organization involved in the invasion, murder and destruction of their nations? Maybe they just want to return the favor.

    People tend to get tired of foreign invaders murdering their friends and family.

    99% of the “terrorist threat” would disappear overnight if we stopped meddling in their countries, overthrowing their governments and making their lives miserable by destroying their infrastructure and leaving their home lands uninhabitable with chemicals, poisons, and radioactive materials.

    • So then, you live in the former Soviet Union? You are definitely NOT talking about the United States of America. If you think that what you are expounding is true, then I suggest that you pack up your bags, and the rest of your garbage and baggage, and get your deluded @ss out of MY country. You are NOT welcome here. Be sure to take “Your Dear Leader” ☭omrade NØbama with you, he’s not welcome here either.

      • Actually I live in Arizona, and my family has been in this country for generations before the colonies seceded from Britain. We have spilled blood in every senseless conflict this nation has ever engaged in.

        I most definitely am talking about the United States of America. Perhaps you should familiarize yourself with the conclusions of your own CIA in its “blowback theory” as to why we are the focus of so much hatred. We have attempted to overthrow 55 nations since WW2. We have a history of training radical groups to attack our enemies, who later come back to attack us.

        Maybe also look into the ongoing problems caused by agent orange and ddt in Vietnam, birth defects and poisoned ground water. Also Fallujah and other areas in Iraq that were attacked with depleted uranium and white phosphorous.

        Hell, look at the whole of Iraq, which before Bush senior’s attack was known for its universities and relative freedom. Women were not required to be covered or accompanied by men. Then again, Afghanistan had the same relative freedoms before our proxy war against communism.

        Have you ever read the Iraqi Constitution that we wrote for them? It is truly inspired by freedom.

        How about you take your militant ass and do something productive with your life instead of being a Presidential attack dog? You, and no one else in the military has ever defended my freedom, so what’s your use again?

        In MY country, the only threat to freedom and liberty comes from Washington DC. That is the only place that has, and continues to diminish freedom in this nation.

        By the way, I would never vote for Obama or Romney. There is no real difference between the two, they are both militant big government fascists/crony capitalists, whatever you want to call it.

        Take your golden calf, the military, and shove it.

      • So then, why, when you leave the country, don’t you take your @sshole buddy Raul Grijalva along with you? We won’t miss either of you.

      • I am not going anywhere, internet tough guy. I notice you dont have the capacity to argue any of the documented facts I presented.

        Who is “we” by the way? You and the voices in your head?

      • No wonder you do not understand liberty. You can’t even recognize communism (like what the GOP supports), much less a more complicated subject like liberty. You might want to go hang out on some left wing sites for a while, at least their insults have a bit of originality.

        Try even defining communism, or give an example of a communist stance from my posts. Endless war is a communist position by the way.

        Your party is the one that believes in government social programs, like social security, medicare, medicaid, no child left behind, etc. When you belong to a party that supports actual communist agendas, trying to label someone else a communist is mighty foolish.

        But, as a marine, I’m sure you were selected specifically for gullibility and unquestioning capitulation to authority.

    • The U.S. has a military to protect it’s citizens. And, if you think for one second that you’d have the freedoms, liberties, and standard of living without a strong military, you’re completely delusional. Please name one time where the U.S. military “invaded” a foreign entity for no reason. In fact, explain why 9/11 happened? As for your comment about destroying infrastructure and making land unlivable, you are also incorrect. The U.S. is the ONLY country that has rebuild nations; i.e., Germany and Japan. Please do yourself a favor and read some unbiased, non-leftist history.

      • Don’t try to confuse an idiot with provable facts, he hasn’t the capacity to understand anything except leftist propaganda.

      • LOL, a marine talking about someone not understanding anything but propaganda. What do you think the military uses to attract and recruit people?

        If a fact was peeing on your shoe you would call it a leftist and demand it leave YOUR country.

        Im actually a libertarian, far further to the right than you supposed “conservatives” who believe in big government programs, endless military spending, that the government owns your body and the Bill of Rights has exceptions.

      • So then, you’re a “fence sitter” whose vote is totally wasted. You gave your “vote” to “Your Dear Leader” ☭omrade NØbama, by default. What a loser. Now then, take your pee pee and use it on ☭omrade NØbama as you leave. You, and he, will not be missed.

      • Actually, voting for Obama or Romney would be a wasted vote. I am not a fascist, like you apparently are. Simple minded as well, since voting against both candidates helps and hurts both equally. But then again, you were a marine, so thinking is not your strong suit.

        So how about you take your butt buddies McCain and Graham and and find a place that shares your viewpoints? I hear Iran and Saudi Arabia would be good choices for you.

      • To protect the citizens from what? There is no threat of invasion to this country.

        The only threat to the freedoms, liberties, and standard of living comes from the US government. The government has run a 50 year gang bang on the Bill of Rights, what part does the military still defend?

        The only country that has ever attacked the US is Japan, and that was after years of provocation. We never would have been attacked had we stayed neutral, as our nation traditionally was. Trade with all, allies with none.

        Name a single other country that attacked us, which is the only justification for invading their sovereign nations. Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq all invasions. They never attacked us, we had no justification.

        9/11 is easy to explain. Saudi Arabia is a hotbed of extremists, like Osama bin Laden. The terrorists who attacked us on 9/11 were almost all Saudi Arabian. Both Saudi Arabia and Israel wanted to find a way to draw US presence into the area, but our government said “it would take another Pearl Harbor” to gain the people’s support for such a mission. Less than a year later 9/11 happens, exactly how it was drawn up in one of our training exercises. Israel, well known for its cyber capabilities, and close with our government and intelligence services, plus Saudi Arabia, a petri dish of radicals. You do the math.

        You should also read up on the CIA theory of Blowback. Blowback is defined as unintended consequences of a covert operation that are suffered by the aggressor. To the civilians suffering the blowback of covert operations, the effect typically manifests itself as “random” acts of political violence without a discernible, direct cause; because the public—in whose name the intelligence agency acted—are unaware of the effected secret attacks that provoked revenge (counter-attack) against them.

        We left Vietnam with trillions of gallons of chemicals in their soil, the ground water is still poisoned in many of the basin areas today. These chemicals have also created a very high rate of birth defect in the affected areas.

        Before we first attacked Iraq under Bush Sr. they had running water and sewage facilities. We destroyed that infrastructure, which was causing the sewage to leak into the running water. We put sanctions on the nation that prevented them from being able to rebuild it. This policy continued under Clinton. During his administration Madeline Albright said that the death of 500,000 Iraqis, mostly children, was “worth it”. You can find the video on youtube if you are interested.

        Then when Bush Jr. invaded Iraq, Baghdad was reduced to 1 working hospital, from more than a dozen. A decade later and most are yet to be rebuilt.

        You do realize we turned half of Germany over to the Soviet Union right? The “rebuilding” we do in countries is just a way of funneling money to businesses connected to the government. Fascism at its finest, ever since the days under FDR when we openly were praising Mussolini and his Fascist Party.

        The government consumes $3.77 trillion of your standard of living every year. Thats $11,500 for every man woman and child in the country. If you count state and local taxes, it nears $6 trillion, or over $20,000 per person.

        I know my standard of living would improve without being bent over by taxes.

        Now how about you go do a little reading, from sources not provided by the government.

        The court historian never writes ill of the king, or he will lose his head, or in this case, his pension if he writes the truth about our government.

  9. LTC West, is right on. The U.S. Military Establishment Must Once and for All Change its Contradictory Arbitrary Policies and Start To Trust Military Personnel with Firearms/ Ammunition and Respect Their Second Amendment Rights of each Military member. Ironically each Military Member Serves To Protect that right, yet they are not Afforded that very Right! The Movie,(” Invasion USA”) from the 1980’s gives the viewer possible variables of terror Attacks that could really happen, Watch that movie, The Attacks in India a few years ago were copied from it.

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