International Terrorism and Geopolitical Implications: Why the U.S. will struggle to combat terror even after Osama is long gone On May 04, Wednesday 2011
Posted on May 6th, 2011

JMack

Google ‘Lara Stemple regurgitates Tamil Terror Propaganda’
To: Lara Stemple, open letter

We cannot make you do the right thing. However we can appeal to your conscience. So here goes:

The vast majority of Tamils in the U.S. financed terrorism and ethnic cleansing in Sri Lanka. These Tamils are guilty of war crimes. But they live under the protection of the United States government. That does not justify the U.S. of harboring war criminals and terrorists. Most nations out there know this, including Pakistan.

Pakistan knows for a fact that we Americans are hypocrites. While justifying killings of thousands and thousands for the war on terror, the U.S. and some of its citizens and even lawmakers support LTTE terrorists right here on American soil! It also believes that the U.S. will not prevail in the war against terror, even after Osama bin Laden is gone. This is somewhat due to the fact the U.S. and its European allies are responsible for the creation and survival of Osama and al Qaeda.

From NY Times Opinion Pages: My Sister, My Grief by Robert Klitzman On Sept. 11, 2001, my sister Karen died while working at the World Trade Center “¦ My family has struggled to adapt and move forward, and so, too, has everyone else. In the past decade, the world has, of course, drastically changed. As a result of the deaths of my sister and the thousands of others at the trade center and Pentagon, George W. Bush invaded Afghanistan, and then under false pretenses invaded Iraq. Thousands of American and foreign soldiers and untold thousands of civilians have been killed or wounded. Politicians have exploited the deaths on 9/11 for their own ends.

When the members of Al Qaeda attacked on 9/11, Americans wondered, “Why do they hate us so much?” Many here believe they dislike us for our “freedom,” but I think otherwise “¦ There are lessons we have not yet learned. I feel Karen would share my concerns that underlying forces of greed and hate persevere. American imperialism, corporate avarice, abuses of our power abroad and our historical support of corrupt dictators like Hosni Mubarak (Saddam Hussein, Ferdinand Marcos, Saudi family) have created an abhorrence of us that, unfortunately, persists. We need to recognize how the rest of the world sees us, and figure out how to change that. Until we do that, more Osama bin Ladens will arise, and more innocent people like my sister will die.

We should never forget that it was United States that provided a safe haven for Osama and al Qaeda in Afghanistan by launching a covert operation to assist the Afghan Mujahideen to counter the Soviet invasion in the 80’s. And the Americans gleefully left after they got what they wanted. Osama gladly moved in. “Charlie did it” said the CIA in a rare honor of late Texas Congressman Charlie Wilson inside its headquarters in Langley, Virginia. Refer to Charlie Wilson’s War.

We Americans are the largest supplier of weapons and technology to international terrorists, not to mention the deadly Mexican drug cartels. The U.S. is also one of the largest fundraising and ideological bases for the Tamil terrorists.

From the FBI: Taming the Tamil Tigers – From Here in the U.S.

Why should you care (about the LTTE in America)? Certainly because of the suffering and bloodshed that the Tamil Tigers have caused. And because its ruthless tactics have inspired terrorist networks worldwide, including al Qaeda in Iraq. But also because the group has placed operatives right here in our own backyard, discreetly raising money to fund its bloody terrorist campaign overseas, including purchases of weapons and explosives. (Thank you FBI)

Currently, the U.S. foreign policy towards Sri Lanka is dictated by Tamil terrorists who manipulate the liberal Obama administration. Pakistan is a major and genuine supporter of Sri Lanka’s fight against terror and has defended the sovereignty of that island for many years. Everyone knows what’s going on under the covers (except of course the clueless Americans who read the NY Times or watch CNN). The entire world knows that we Americans will gladly exploit and murder any number of people for our benefit, without any forethought, while preaching human rights. What is also notable is the U.S. rarely shows any respect for sovereignty of non-western nations. It’s all part of the ‘divide and conquer’ strategy.

Officials in the Obama administration have publicly admitted that we have no credibility with Pakistan. Would it surprise you that we barely have any credibility with the Sri Lankan government either, a U.S. ally, and the only nation on the planet to have successfully eliminated the super-powerful terror org militarily? Even our puppet regime in Afghanistan does not seem to have much faith in us. To make matters even worse, our Europeans allies think we Americans are just gun-toting mercenaries, very capable of killing but totally impotent in building lasting peace, security & unity. All that makes human rights advocates in the west nothing but hypocrites who prey on hate. These are the reasons why most nations will never ever genuinely help us fight terror.

For many years our top oil-producing ally Saudi Arabia has been funding anti-western Wahhabism and madrasas – ideal recruiting grounds for al Qaeda, from Islamabad, Pakistan to Culver City in California. Oh, we almost missed mentioning Iraq where we ended all hostilities, created a stable and peaceful democracy for the whole world to see, NOT!

In fact most of these nations prefer the rise of China and Russia as global powers. What is interesting is that currently peace in Sri Lanka exists primarily due to the assistance of China, Russia, Pakistan and India. That credit does not go to us or our European allies who tried to save the LTTE leadership during the final days of the war in 2009. Strangely, we Americans love to brag about our war on terror and how we lead the free world. Did we mention hypocrisy?

From Washington Times: Tigers at Bay

We can only imagine American satisfaction if we had al Qaeda in this position. It is unconscionable for the United States to castigate its Sri Lankan ally for prevailing in its war against terrorism. The Tamil Tigers have purposefully created the conditions for a humanitarian crisis and deserve neither amnesty nor mercy. There are ways to help resolve this standoff that will not allow the Tigers to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat, such as providing military and intelligence support for pinpoint strikes against the terrorist leadership. Failing that, the Obama administration should mind its own business. The Sri Lankans are winning; we should let them finish the job.

On May 5, 2011, our Assistant Secretary for Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs of the U.S. State Department, Robert Blake visited Sri Lanka and stated that the U.S. does not seek “regime change” there. The administration in Sri Lanka is smart and cunning. They’ll never believe Mr. Blake (and his phony comments) while the U.S. continues to undermine the security and stability of that small nation and call for accountability while the America and its powerful allies are never ever held accountable for anything! Did we mention hypocrisy?

After Osama was killed by the U.S. inside Pakistan, you see many questioning Pakistan’s commitment to fighting terror. Meanwhile, Tamil terrorists thrive here in America. The LTTE controls the British government and its policy towards Sri Lanka. Canada is the most important base for LTTE terrorists. Tamil terrorists also thrive in Australia, South Africa, Sweden and France. Norway is a major supporter of Tamil Tiger terrorists and their suicide bombings. Not to sound like a broken record, but did we mention hypocrisy?

More from Washington Times: Tigers at Bay The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, one of the world’s most violent terrorist outfits, are surrounded in northern Sri Lanka and about to be destroyed – but Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and European self-styled peacemakers are getting in the way of victory. The meddlers should let Colombo finish off this menace “¦ In desperation, the Tamil Tigers are using tens of thousands of locals as human shields. The Sri Lankan government declared a cease-fire and called on the Tigers to release their hostages, but unmanned-aerial-vehicle video footage shows the terrorists holding masses of innocents at gunpoint, refusing them freedom. Last week, Mrs. Clinton played into the hands of the terrorists by blaming the Sri Lankan government for the crisis. “The entire world is very disappointed” that they were “causing such untold suffering,” she said.

And we expect Pakistan to contain terrorists? Really?!?

Let’s talk about Libya and al Qaeda. There’s really no credible intelligence to show that Muammar Gaddafi is a fan of al Qaeda. But there’s overwhelming evidence to show that the rebels trying to overthrow Gaddafi are linked to al Qaeda. The media has indentified many al Qaeda fighters in the rebel army. Even more al Qaeda fighters will join the Libyan rebels as the fighting progresses. If Gaddafi falls, a pro-al Qaeda regime can take control of Libya, its oil and threaten U.S. interests. A repeat of Afghanistan: after we helped the Afghan rebels and the Soviets left – the Taliban moved in and 9/11 attacks happened. The United States’ and NATO’s support for rebels in Libya pretty much amounts to supporting al Qaeda and their goal of eliminating Gaddafi and installing a pro-al Qaeda regime. Google ‘Obama Cameron supporting terrorists’ to read more about this. And we want other nations including Pakistan to rein in on al Qaeda? Really?!?!?!?

We can break this tragic cycle, save lives, secure democracies and win the war on terror. But not if you and your human rights activists assist the LTTE terrorists by going after vulnerable democracies, thus giving nations reasons to believe that we are hypocrites and undermine us.

If you had the ability to beat-up and take the purse and cash of a weak old lady on the street, will you do it? How about shooting a little girl in the head just to get her lollipop? You and other so-called human rights advocates persecuting small and developing nations for crimes they might have never even committed is similar to that. So why not go after the strong & mighty? Got a conscience?

If you really want to make a difference and stop human rights violations, go after the U.S. and its powerful allies. Start with Britain, the world’s greatest perpetrator of war crimes. Get war crimes panels assembled in the UN to investigate and publish damning reports of crimes against humanity by the UK. If you cannot find credible evidence to support war crimes, get the Tamils living in the west to fabricate evidence – this works well. Bring ’em down. Go after the big fish. Then the little fish will automatically fall and you will have your victory.

There is a great report on Tamils and their criminal empire titled ‘Secessionist War and Terrorism in Sri Lanka: Transnational Impulses’ which is available online at http://www.satp.org/satporgtp/publication/books/global/peiris.htm

We hope that it will help you understand our efforts to fight terror, counter false war crimes charges and secure democracies. We also hope that you’ll assist the FBI, INTERPOL, Sri Lankan government’s Ministry of Defence and the international criminal court to expose and prosecute Tamils living in this country for committing war crimes.

Meanwhile, Navi Pillay U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, an ethnic Tamil from the Tamil terror base in South Africa called on the United States to give the U.N. details about Osama bin Laden’s killing and said that all counter-terrorism operations must respect international law! Incidentally, Navi Pillay has that job at the U.N. thanks to us!!! Google ‘U.N. upset over bin Laden raid’. We thought that the international law only applies to small and weak nations!

Good Luck!

JMack

2 Responses to “International Terrorism and Geopolitical Implications: Why the U.S. will struggle to combat terror even after Osama is long gone On May 04, Wednesday 2011”

  1. AnuD Says:

    JMack:

    [We cannot make you do the right thing. However we can appeal to your conscience. ]

    You got it wrong. Our childhood upbrining affects our thinking. Instead of predicting about you,let me say that west has has different mentality. In that, Almighty decides for everybody below him. We humans who are under his rule can decide how and what others under us should do. That is how thousands animals get killed, forests are being destroyed, so other humans are no different.

    So, their conscience works differently.

    There conscience is according to the power pyramid, it is their RIGHT.

  2. jmack387 Says:

    To AnuD: I don’t think you understand the issues discussed here. That’s not surprising since most don’t get it anyway. This not about “predicting about me”, it is about many who look smooth on camera while supporting terror. It is not about ‘how thousands animals get killed, forests are being destroyed’. Ok, so your Almighty decides for everybody below him: so explain Osama bin Laden, Tamil Hitler VP, German Hitler, and many others? Almighty decided but these ones went psycho? My suggesting to you is first read and read about international terrorism and geopolitical implications, then carefully analyze the facts, then comment based on your analysis. Don’t let you your analysis be biased by any LTTE influence or international funds.

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