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I guest hosted for Frank Gaffney yesterday and had some lively discussions about Iran. Aside from building a nuclear bomb, attempting to dominate the Persian Gulf and the rest of the Middle East and making bad mischief in South America and Africa, they are a model member of the world community. As usual the Obama administration is doing pretty much nothing right on any of these issues. With Bing West, Diana West, Fred Fleitz, Katherine Zimmerman BING WEST, former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs: Why Obama believes history will treat him favorably on foreign policy Potential red lines that will force U.S. troops back into Iraq The need for a new Anbar Awakening American allies’ mistrust of America’s role in defeating the Islamic State DIANA WEST, author of “American Betrayal: The Secret Assault on Our Nation’s Character”: Repression in Saudi Arabia and the Pentagon essay contest regarding the late King Abdullah Controversy over the BBC’s hesitance to label the Charlie Hebdo attackers “terrorists” The century-spanning discussion and debate over radical Islam Will French authorities crack down on “no-go zones” and the urgent security threat posed by home-grown jihadists? FRED FLEITZ, former CIA Analyst and Senior Fellow at Center for Security Policy: Obama’s recent statements concerning the dismantling of Iran’s nuclear program How Iran is taking advantage of the U.S. power vacuum The Middle East’s looming nuclear arms race Will Iran save the Obama Administration from itself? KATHERINE ZIMMERMAN, Research Fellow and lead Al Qaeda Analyst on the American Enterprise Institute’s Critical Threats Project: Shia Houthi rebels in control of Sanaa’a and the disbanding of the Yemeni government Saudi Arabia’s options for confronting Iranian influence in Yemen The role of U.S. counterterrorism policy in whatever governance arises in Yemen PART ONE [ 10:00 ] Hide Player | Play in Popup | Download PART TWO [ 10:00 ] Hide Player | Play in Popup | Download PART THREE [ 10:00 ] Hide Player | Play in Popup | Download PART FOUR [ 10:00 ] Hide Player | Play in Popup | Download Continue reading
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The Center for Security Policy released our Secure Freedom Strategy for Victory over the Global Jihad Movement last Friday at the National Press Club, C-SPAN broadcast it live and you can see the whole event and read the documents here (That includes you Mr. President). We have a comprehensive plan to fight the Islamists all the places they are attacking, with military force, intelligence efforts, information warfare, economic warfare, lawfare and much more. There is no way to win without a full faith, full force effort and we have the blueprint. I will break down the various parts over the next few weeks, but here is a taste with my remarks at the press conference. Continue reading
Posted Jan 21, 2015 at BLACKFIVE
That is the nice thing about this strategy, it is full of actual ideas beyond occasionally Hellfiring jihadis to Hell. Plus I will be spearheading a citizen outreach and action arm of this and you and all our friends and compatriots will be invited to join the game. Cordially, Jim
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That is true and another problem entirely. But we do get to vote again in 2016 and he will be packing his bags regardless of who wins. Cordially, Jim
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The Islamists are attacking all over the world. They are enslaving and killing innocents and the best the free world can come up with is more hashtags. I am glad to see some organizations standing up for freedom of speech and liberty, but it is maddening to watch the United States of America unwilling to even name the enemy facing us all. It is Islamist Extremists and they are proud to let us know. President Obama has no strategy and is anything has shown a complete unwillingness and inability to deal with the reality we face. The Center for Security Policy has taken the ball and in the absence of leadership from the Commander in Chief, written a comprehensive strategy for dealing with and defeating the Global Jihad. We will release the document tomorrow Friday, January 16 at 12 Noon at the National Press Club in DC. Continue reading
Posted Jan 14, 2015 at BLACKFIVE
Ooops I mean non-affiliated, men with an unknown beef violate gun laws to kill random civilians for no apparent reason. What an insult it would be to the brave folks from the Charlie Hebdo magazine if the fact that Muslim terrorists killed them for having the audacity to believe they had freedom of speech. Twelve people have been shot dead at the headquarters of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, say police. Three masked gunmen stormed the offices of the controversial publication, which has previously been attacked over its portrayal of the Prophet Mohammed. They were armed with Kalashnikov rifles and are also believed to have had a rocket-propelled grenade. In one video clip, the attackers are heard to shout: "We have avenged the prophet." The caving in has already begun as other publications decide they do not want to stand up and face the barbarians. How the terrorists win: @Telegraph is now blurring the cover Mohammed cartoon of #CharlieHebdo in its reporting pic.twitter.com/DffGzIrQZI — Yair Rosenberg (@Yair_Rosenberg) January 7, 2015 And to top it off renowned ass clown and Presidential liar Josh Earnest trotted out the lame ass Islam is a peaceful religion BS. WRONG. When more than a quarter of your adherents believe you can kill unbelievers, you have a death cult. Time for us to start acting in accordance with THEIR actions. Continue reading
Posted Jan 7, 2015 at BLACKFIVE
I don't do conspiracies.
Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2015 on Free Fire Zone- A Revolutionary Idea at BLACKFIVE
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I really do love having you and Johnny R around Chow. I need you guys to keep me in line, and I actually mean that. I disagree with you on a very basic level, but you make the case for your team well and I need the practice arguing. Cordially, Jim
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Mighty slick presentation there Jimbo I can tell that there are big bucks funding this op You should see the satchels of cash stacking up. My UPS guy hired a couple of illegals just to help him tote them. As far as who is right and who is wrong. Since Obama has been wrong on basically everything, blaming him seems to be a reasonable response. He ignored years of warnings about cutting and running from Iraq and the growth of ISIS. Now he has declared semi-defeat in A-Stan and did we get those girls back from Boko Haram yet? No? Deploy more hashtags. I know we can do better than Barry and I am prepping the battlefield for the crushing defeat of Hillary. Good to know I am on target. Cordially, Jim
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When did standing up for American greatness become a revolutionary idea? Well if it is, then I will sign that Declaration. Continue reading
Posted Jan 5, 2015 at BLACKFIVE
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Sony got hacked; that much we know for sure. There were some very embarrassing revelations about how much their senior executives, big Democrat donors, like to mock black people including President Obama and other Hollywood insider dreck. The government eventually told us that the hackers were part of an elite North Korean cyber attack unit working to stop Sony from embarrassing the Great Doughnut Eater Kim Jong Un. Once you stop laughing about elite and North Korean it is possible, but there is now some public pushback against that idea. There is a piece in the Daily Beast by Marc Rogers, a gentleman with excellent cybersecurity credentials, and he seems to believe he has debunked this North Korean hack idea. The problem is that his logic does not seem as solid as his technical acumen. The FBI has released some information they claim leads to the North Koreans and Mr. Rogers says it is unimpressive and leads only to the semi-charted wilds of the internets. In reality those two things are not mutually exclusive. Firstly if the FBI & NSA actually released the data and technical means that led our cyber sleuths to the North Koreans, then all of them should be fired. Those things are secrets and telling everyone what they are makes them useless. I am well aware the Obama administration often leaks classified info when it suits them, but what would be their motivation? If they didn’t actually believe Big Kim was behind this, and have some better proof in private, then why pick a fight with him? Another place where his argument falls well short is this. 2. The hackers dumped the data. Would a state with a keen understanding of the power of propaganda be so willing to just throw away such a trove of information? The mass dump suggests that whoever did this, their primary motivation was to embarrass Sony Pictures. They wanted to humiliate the company, pure and simple. Exactly, but not in the way he thinks. This actually points to why North Korea is an excellent suspect. Sony makes a bad movie that mocks the Supreme Leader, the Norks decide to pay them back with some of the same. You do not poke fun at crazy dictators with impunity. Another point that fails to impress is the idea that only an insider could have had access to the passwords and other intricacies of the Sony system needed to heist the data. All hacks that do not involve physically stealing the servers that information resides on are done by insiders or someone successfully masquerading as one. Even if the actual data theft was done by an insider, the NKs could have co-opted a disgruntled Sony employee with money or a honey. We don’t have access to all the info the NSA and Cyber Command do and it seems unlikely they released the actual “AHA!” clues that convinced them it was North Korea. That said, it is certainly possible that the government is lying or misdirecting us for its own purposes or just through its normal incompetence. This article raised some questions about that, but answered far fewer than it claimed. Continue reading
Posted Dec 26, 2014 at BLACKFIVE
I sang this Christmas version of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah last year in Church and surprised my beloved. This year I got to record it at the studio of some wonderful musicians and good friends Tom Nichols and Dan Chadburn and sprung it on her for Christmas Eve. Merry Christmas to all the BLACKFIVE family. Continue reading
Posted Dec 25, 2014 at BLACKFIVE
Good points Sparks, We have to take all these things into account and the goal is not to simply spy on Muslims. Cordially, Jim
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The killer in Sydney was another Lone Wolf, right? Except he was a known Islamist radical howling his hate at the top of his lungs. He repaid the Aussie hospitality that allowed him to live there as a refugee from Iran, by slaughtering innocents and raping. Yet still the media and politicians quibble and equivocate about his motivations, as if his own words and actions weren't enough. He flew the black flag of jihad people, that makes him an enemy of mankind. Wake up! Continue reading
Posted Dec 16, 2014 at BLACKFIVE
Amen Brother, well said. Cordially, Jim
Toggle Commented Dec 12, 2014 on Free Fire Zone- Torturing the CIA at BLACKFIVE
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I think it truly sucks to have been him. We owe him a lot. but I do not believe in a zero defects strategy, so a mistake requires a fix, not an abandonment of something we otherwise ought to be doing. Cordially, Jim
Toggle Commented Dec 12, 2014 on Free Fire Zone- Torturing the CIA at BLACKFIVE
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We can disavow and wail about the horrors of torture all we want and it will have zero effect on the people who actually do torture innocents. It is posturing for the people who like to feel morally superior. Cordially, Jim
Toggle Commented Dec 9, 2014 on Free Fire Zone- Torturing the CIA at BLACKFIVE
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Nicely struck Val. Cordially, Jim
Toggle Commented Dec 9, 2014 on Free Fire Zone- Torturing the CIA at BLACKFIVE
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Amen to that Brother. Cordially, Jim
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The White House is releasing the Senate report on the CIA's Enhanced Interrogation Techniques often mistakenly referred to as torture. The reason for this is pretty hard to fathom although I'll take a stab starting with hair shirt liberal guilt and the ongoing embarrassment of our Apologist in Chief preening about as if he occcupies some moral high ground. The sad thing is that the program worked, we caught terrorists, we saved lives and now all of that has been thrown away and we are stabbing the CIA in the back for doing what we asked of them. Have a watch as I point out the folly of all of this. Continue reading
Posted Dec 8, 2014 at BLACKFIVE
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Oh I'm not worried for me, I have a cold fusion reactor I built using a grant from the Russians. Covering all my bases. Cordially, Jim
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Like I said "Whistling past the graveyard" on this one. I am pretty sure I'd be OK but not really interested in the Grizzly Adams lifestyle/ I like my air conditioned and my showers warm, not to mention my food refrigerated. Happy Thanksgiving to you as well. Cordially, Jim
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NSA Director ADM Mike Rogers said China could take out the US electrical grid. At a hearing of the House intelligence committee, Rogers said U.S. adversaries are performing electronic "reconnaissance" on a regular basis so that they can be in a position to disrupt the industrial control systems that run everything from chemical facilities to water treatment plants. "All of that leads me to believe it is only a matter of when, not if, we are going to see something dramatic," he said. If this doesn't give you a chill, you are not paying enough attention. Our country would start to deteriorate quickly if we lost power, and it's certainly not because we couldn't test each other. Water, transportation, sewage, food, etc. All of our major systems are networked and if you think they are better secured than any other online system, you are sadly mistaken. We need to do something about this, and sooner is better than doing it later in the dark. Continue reading
Posted Nov 26, 2014 at BLACKFIVE
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The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has released a list of terrorist groups and the Muslim Brotherhood affiliate CAIR made the hit parade. While CAIR professed themselves “shocked” by the designation, the reality is that the group’s ties to the Muslim Brotherhood cannot be legitimately disputed. CAIR is listed as an organization of the Muslim Brotherhood in North America’s Palestine Committee, in a 1994 meeting agenda submitted as evidence during the Holy Land Foundation Trial. The stated purpose of the Palestine Committee is to support the terrorist group Hamas, with quote “media, money, men and all that,” according to a 1992 internal memo also submitted at the HLF trial. Continue reading
Posted Nov 22, 2014 at BLACKFIVE
He is stuck in our collective nightmare, like Freddy Krueger. But at least we have an expiration date. Cordially, Jim
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