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Last week, Texas Governor Rick Perry said it is highly likely ISIS is already in the United States, crossing over our unsecured southern border. He’s not the only one.

As reported by Breitbart, “Former CIA covert operations officer Mike Baker said that he believes there is “a lot of communication” between ISIS and Mexican drug cartels given past efforts by al-Qaida to do likewise on Thursday’s “Laura Ingraham Show.” “We’ve had good intel over the years about al-Qaida, about their efforts to coordinate with, as an example, Mexican cartels…in an effort to try to exploit our southern border” he reported, adding that a terrorist group like ISIS “absolutely” knows about the lack of security on the border.”

This is nothing new, as we’ve already have some instances of terrorists being aided and abetted by Mexican drug cartels — which Governor Rick Perry more aptly described as “narco-terrorists.” Don’t forget that two planned attacks were foiled targeting our nation’s capital — one against the ambassadors of Saudi Arabia and Israel, the other a Capitol Hill terrorist attack. In both cases, terrorists aligned with al-Qaida or Iran received support from the narco-terrorists.

ISIS has a large financing stream with assets reportedly nearly $2 billion. The narco-terrorists will provide safe passage for anyone across our porous border for a price.

This is another reason why the GOP needs to – no, MUST win the majority in the Senate so current Majority Leader Harry Reid can be dismissed. After all, it was Reid who openly stated that our southern border is secure — a statement so absurd it demonstrates the man has lost his touch with reality. Both Reid and Obama are turning a blind eye toward a dedicated existential threat to our sovereignty and security all for cheap political gain.

Earlier this week, according to Breitbart, Rep. Ted Poe (R-Tx), a member of the House Judiciary Committee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security, was asked if there is any current interaction between ISIS and Mexican drug cartels. He said “In my opinion, yes there seems to be a talking to each other”

He added, “The drug cartels use the same operational plan as terrorist groups do … They kill their opponents, they behead their opponents, they brag about it and they have operational control of many portions of the southern border of the United States. They’re vicious as some of these other terrorist organizations.”

Man, they are really trying to make people afraid of ISIS.


Last week, Texas Governor Rick perry said it is highly likely ISIS is already in the United States, crossing over our unsecured southern border despite acknowledging that no evidence actually exists. He is not the only one postulating.

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel is also made a statement recently regarding Islamic State:

ISIL poses a threat greater than 9/11. ISIL is as sophisticated and well funded as any group we have seen. They’re beyond just a terrorist group. They marry ideology with a sophisticated strategic and tactical military prowess and they’re tremendously well-funded. This is way beyond anything we have seen. We must prepare for everything.”

Indeed, it would seem as though every agency has some input as of late. Former CIA spook Mike Baker claims there is “a lot of communication” between ISIS and Mexican drug cartels given [falsified] past efforts by al-Qaeda to do likewise. Still, in 2009 “counterterrorism officials” warned against an impending biothreat from al-Qaeda through Mexican channels.

“We’ve had good intel over the years about al-Qaeda, about their efforts to coordinate with, as an example, Mexican cartels…in an effort to try to exploit our southern border” he reported, adding that a terrorist group like ISIS “absolutely” knows about the lack of security on the border” said Baker.

Notwithstanding the lack of merit to any of these claims, I believe there is a serious threat to American liberty, the most important liberty being our Freedom. ISIS threatens everyone, Christian and Muslim alike. They threatened Israel and Jews, too, but only after they take care of their other goals (we can trust ISIS to keep their word).

Anyone could be an Islamist radical jihadist Satan-spawn, but if we are ever-vigilant (and that includes your emails, sorry) I know we can defend against this persistent threat. It could be your neighbor, hacking away at his shrubs, or your piano teacher or even old Ms. Krieger down the street — yeah, especially her, I’ve seen her wearing something on her head, looked like a scarf.

I’d just like to see those ISIS bastards in MY town, I’ll show them what a real patriot can do! They wouldn’t stand a chance against REAL Americans (even though they consistently best American forces overseas in asymmetrical warfare). Please be aware of anyone suspicious. If you see something, say something — especially if they’re brown and don’t look like you. Also anyone with a beard that just doesn’t look right, you know?

Remember, they’re coming for you!

No seriously, after they killed James Foley they released a list of Americans from Everytown, USA and I’m sorry to say, but you’re on it. Something about not submitting to the will of Allah or whatever their god is called.

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On the anniversary of Syria’s brutal gas attack on its own people, the U.S. State Department said that a “number of critical issues remain unresolved” about Bashar al-Assad’s chemical weapons. The possibility of unaccounted chemical weapons in Syria raises the concern of whether the Islamic State may someday have access to chemical agents, given their recent gains in both Iraq and Syria.

Last year’s attack killed nearly a thousand people. There have been incidents of chlorine warfare in Syria since then;  chlorine is not banned under the Chemical Weapons Convention and Assad has not agreed to cede those stockpiles. While chlorine is almost certainly still in Syria, it’s unlikely that the Islamic State, also known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), has got their hands on it, according to Middle East experts.

If Assad is still harboring chemical agents, they would be both closely guarded and also stored in locations that ISIS has not seized, such as Damascus, said Jacob Stokes, a research analyst at the Center for New American Security.

“Countries tend to hoard these things because they think they’re effective on the battlefield,” said Ivan Eland, a senior fellow and director of the Center on Peace & Liberty at The Independent Institute. “There’s also the question of whether or not ISIS would be able to use these if they got them in the first place, unless the Syrians showed them how to do it. I suppose you can’t rule that out.”

The possibility of Assad simply handing chemical agents to ISIS militants is also unlikely. While there has been some collusion on the ground between the Islamic State and regime forces, most of it was limited to staying out of each other’s way. In recent months, the Islamic State turned its efforts to eradicating less extreme rebel groups in Syria instead of Assad’s forces. Assad has largely ignored the militant group’s advances. But, said Stokes, the Assad regime would not want the militants to have chemical weapons: although Damascus might be “able to ignore ISIS in the short term, eventually they’re going to have to fight them.”

And while ISIS may not have chemical agents now, they have every reason to try to obtain them. “I don’t think ISIS would turn down any military capability that would allow them to be more powerful,” Stokes said. “They’re going to be increasingly facing military resistance as regional powers start to see them as the number one threat in the region.”

More fearmongering.

MSNBC Contributor Slams Network For Pro-Israel Coverage: ‘We Are Ridiculous!’

July 21 2014

An MSNBC contributor used her appearance on the cable news channel Monday to sharply criticize its coverage of the Israel-Hamas conflict.

During an interview on “Ronan Farrow Daily,” Palestinian journalist Rula Jebreal unloaded on Western media outlets, including MSNBC, arguing that influence from pro-Israel forces makes the news coverage more favorable to the likes of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

"Because of AIPAC, and because of the money behind it, and because of Sheldon Adelson, and because of all of us in the media. We are ridiculous. We are disgustingly biased when it comes to this issue," Jebreal said.

"Look at how many airtime Netanyahu and his folks have on air on a daily basis. Andrea Mitchell and others," she continued, referring to the MSNBC stalwart whose show airs right before Farrow’s afternoon program. "I never see one Palestinian being interviewed on theses same issues."

When Farrow pushed back gently and pointed out that Palestinian guests have been interviewed, Jebreal continued her criticism.

"Maybe 30 seconds! And then you have 25 minutes for Bibi Netanyahu, and then half an hour for Naftali Bennett and many others," Jebreal said.

Jebreal wasn’t done. She went on to call out NBC News for the recent kerfuffle surrounding Ayman Mohyeldin, the foreign correspondent who was abruptly pulled off the network’s coverage of the Israel-Hamas conflict last week.

Mohyeldin was eventually sent back to Gaza this weekend after his removal from the region — which NBC said was due to security concerns — sparked a fierce public backlash.

Jebreal, it turns out, is among the critics who believes Mohyeldin was taken off the story for political reasons.

"Listen, the Ayman Mohyeldin story, let’s talk about this. We are home and we can discuss this. Ayman Mohyeldin is covering the Palestinian side and we get upset," she said. "It’s too pro-Palestinian. We don’t like it. We push him back and thanks for social media that brought him in."

The criticism clearly made Farrow uncomfortable, and he could only respond to Jebreal’s points with a vague counter.

"Point taken, but doesn’t it reveal equally our thinking that we now have Ayman Mohyeldin on air and I think there’s been very fair and balanced coverage?" he said.

"Yes, thanks to social media, and thanks for the pushback from the public opinion," Jebreal responded. "And I’m not saying that everybody is like this, but it’s one-tenth is given to the Palestinian voice and 99 percent of the Israelis voice. And that’s why the public opinion is pro-Israeli, which is the opposite in the rest of the world."

Students offered grants if they tweet pro-Israeli propaganda | The Independent

In a campaign to improve its image abroad, the Israeli government plans to provide scholarships to hundreds of students at its seven universities in exchange for their making pro-Israel Facebook posts and tweets to foreign audiences.

The students making the posts will not reveal online that they are funded by the Israeli government, according to correspondence about the plan revealed in the Haaretz newspaper.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office, which will oversee the programme, confirmed its launch and wrote that its aim was to “strengthen Israeli public diplomacy and make it fit the changes in the means of information consumption”.

The government’s hand is to be invisible to the foreign audiences. Daniel Seaman, the official who has been planning the effort, wrote in a letter on 5 August to a body authorising government projects that “the idea requires not making the role of the state stand out and therefore it is necessary to adhere to great involvement of the students themselves, without political linkage or affiliation”.

According to the plan, students are to be organised into units at each university, with a chief co-ordinator who receives a full scholarship, three desk co-ordinators for language, graphics and research who receive lesser scholarships and students termed “activists” who will receive a “minimal scholarship”.

Mr Netanyahu’s aides said the main topics the units would address related to political and security issues, combating calls to boycott Israel and combating efforts to question Israel’s legitimacy. The officials said the students would stress Israeli democratic values, freedom of religion and pluralism.

But Alon Liel, the doveish former director-general of the Israeli foreign ministry, criticised the plan as “quite disgusting”. “University students should be educated to think freely. When you buy the mind of a student, he becomes a puppet of the Israeli government grant,” he said. “You can give a grant to do social work or teach but not to do propaganda on controversial issues for the government.”

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Editor’s Note: This article was published August 2013.