Sunday, September 11, 2005

Terrorism Expert Says School Attack 'Even Likely'

Today is the anniversary of the horrible attacks of 9/11. I must say, with some sadness, that we are not much closer today to winning this fight than we were four years ago. Our leaders, including the "mad cowboy and warmonger" Bush, still refuse to name the enemy. The demographic conquest and Islamization of infidel lands, Europe in particular, continues unabated. Muslims already feel strong enough to openly challenge Western governments, while we are increasingly losing our freedom of speech in our own countries. The bright spot is that there is a grassroots movement, growing in strength, of people who understand what's going on. But it will take more attacks, some as barbaric as Beslan, to awaken the sleeping majority and our leaders to take decisive action. And they will come, they will come:

Terrorism Expert Says School Attack 'Even Likely'

John Giduck, a 1977 Sun Valley High School graduate, who now lives in Colorado, was at Beslan as the last mopping up operations were taking place. "Whether it be in the next year or two, or five or 10, it is possible - even likely - that another group of more than a dozen terrorist will take over an American school, or schools, and hold hundreds of children, teachers and even parents, hostage," Giduck writes. America should be prepared for battle, including the schools themselves, by providing tighter security, Giduck believes. Plans to attack our schools are already being made, Giduck points out, and reminds readers of the Iraqi who was found with Department of Education crisis planning information on his computer, along with the "all-hazards plans" of several school district, including Boyertown, Pa. "England and Australia tried to solve their perceived problems by taking guns away. Since then the terrorist targeting is up but the incidence of aggravated assault has grown exponentially," he added. "Israel went the other way and trained and armed its citizens. For every attack or suicide bomber we hear about, colleagues in the Israeli government tell me there are 20 that never make the western news media. They don't make the news because citizens stop them in their tracks. "We are more afraid of letting our people be scared than we are of letting them be killed," he said. "We may have just reached the point where the American people have to be made afraid to start dealing with this threat realistically."

Are plans in place if schools attacked?

An American Beslan?


At September 11, 2005 9:54 PM, Blogger Zach said...

"We are more afraid of letting our people be scared than we are of letting them be killed," he said. "We may have just reached the point where the American people have to be made afraid to start dealing with this threat realistically."

That quote really sums up the problem we are facing. It also reflects the profound distrust of us the people that many of our leaders share. Instead of healthy emotion and righteous anger at the events we see, political correctness has kept us in a restrained, almost drugged, state where we can hardly even feel the emotions that we should be able to.

At September 12, 2005 12:13 AM, Blogger PD111 said...

He advocates training and arming teachers and school administrators, after they have undergone an approved training program. This, too, could prove expensive, but asks, "how far are we willing to go to protect our children?"
A final possibility to keep our children safe, Giduck said, is to deploy armed teams in every school in America. The cost to hire former Green Berets, SEALs, Force Recon Marines or Rangers, while it could prove expensive, would help ensure our children's safety.

All this, because we will not let go of the thesis, that all cultures can live side by side in peace. Islam cannot, by its own defining canonical texts, live in peace with anyone, including its self.


At September 12, 2005 12:28 AM, Blogger sissyblue said...

pd111, Amen to that! We were out last night talking with some liberals at the local watering hole, and they actually believe that all religions are basically the same in their primary beliefs. They're SO BLIND!

At September 12, 2005 12:57 AM, Blogger felix said...

Glad to report help is on the way.

Just read new book The West's Last Chance: Will We Win the Clash of Civilizations? by Tony Blankley.

Hopefully Blankley's prominence in the media will get the ball rolling, at last, in the war against the Islamofascists.

At September 12, 2005 5:38 AM, Blogger Mike H. said...

The question is how many veterans are out there and armed. The militia covers much more than the National Guard.

At September 12, 2005 1:17 PM, Blogger PD111 said...


You could tell them that you belong to a religion that advocates the mass murder of humanity but for the moment it goes by the name of RoP.


On the issue of militirising all our schools. Well it is not just all the schools, but all colleges, universities, polytechnics, and any place of learning.

Then it cannot step just there. All business places, garages, cafes, theatres, cinema halls and any place where people are likely to be, have to militirised.

As there is quite obviuosly, not enough military to go around, the only choice left is to militirise the entire society, from children to granpas and grannies.

What the author, even a realist as he is, cannot espouse or admit, that the only solution that is available is - muslims and non-muslims to live in their own lands, because muslims are not yet ready to be a part of the rest of humanity.

It is by far the most humane solution to this problem. Else, we can look forward to a war that will make WWII look like a pillow fight.

Separation also leaves hope that the islamic world will, at some time in the future, be able to join the rest of humanity.

Hope is important for all humans, muslims as well.

At September 12, 2005 1:31 PM, Blogger PD111 said...

I really feel sad that it has come to this, but frankly, if we do not take measures to defend Free societies, then all hope for the future is lost. We will not only betray our own future but the future of coming generations of ex-muslims.



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