Thursday, July 30, 2009

AG Eric Holder Warns of 'Radicalization' of Americans

Well hello, AG Eric Holder, where the hell have you been since 9/11? Just now waking up from your long nap in Sleepy Hollow?

Until Mr. Holder, President Barack Barry Soetoro Hussein Obama and the Congress realize, or admit, that the root cause of radicalization of Muslim terrorists is the teachings ISLAM, we will not be able to effectively counter the global Jihad.

Every Muslim attack on non-Muslims is driven by one goal and one goal only: the imposition of Islamic Sharia law over all of humanity. The Koran and Muslim hatred of everything not Islamic justifies their methods in their minds.

As long as Politically Correct postures are maintained in order to not "offend" and to excuse terrorism by Muslims, we are doomed to be overwhelmed by the Islamic juggernaut that is bearing down on the West.

This latest plot to effect Islamic terrorism has fortunately been foiled. But the greater question is how many more "homegrown" and imported terrorists are now plotting their own acts of Jihad.

If you see something, report it.


AG Eric Holder Warns of 'Radicalization' of Americans

WASHINGTON -- U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder warned on Wednesday of increased "radicalization" of Americans in recent months, two days after seven people were arrested in North Carolina for allegedly plotting attacks overseas.
Holder, the top U.S. law enforcement officer, expressed significant concerns about people going abroad and then returning to the United States with the "aim of doing harm to the American people."

"The constant scream of threats, the kind of things you have to be aware about, the whole notion of radicalization is something that didn't loom as large a few months ago ... as it does now," Holder said in an interview with ABC News.
Prosecutors on Monday unveiled a seven-count indictment charging seven people in North Carolina with plotting to carry out attacks overseas and numerous weapons possession charges.

The leader of the group, Daniel Patrick Boyd, trained in Afghanistan and Pakistan from 1989 to 1992 and used that experience to set up his own organization to train fighters, raise money and carry out attacks abroad, according to the indictment.
He was also accused of drawing his two sons into the group.