Posts Tagged ‘ national security ’

ISIS Threatens to “Slaughter” American Voters and “Smash your Ballot Boxes”

Nov 7th, 2016 | By
America's allies in Syria with the black flag of al-Qaeda

ISIS leaders have called for the “slaughter” of American’s voting in this year’s presidential election. Leaders of the group asked followers to attack voters and told Muslims not to cast a vote. This comes after the FBI was probing a major terror attack planned for Monday, November 07, 2016, the day before the elections, in

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Foreign Services Likely Have Hillary Clinton’s Private Server Emails

Jun 23rd, 2015 | By

Western Journalism reports that former Deputy CIA Director Mike Morell appeared on Hugh Hewitt’s radio program to discuss Hillary Clinton and her private email server – used by her while Secretary of State. According to Morell, “I think that foreign intelligence services, the good ones, have everything on any unclassified network that the government uses, whether that’s a private server or a public one. They’re that good.”



ISIS Terrorists May Use Ebola As Bio-Terror Weapon

Oct 10th, 2014 | By

Retired Navy Captain Al Shimkus, a Professor of National Security Affairs at the U.S. Naval War College, believes that Islamic State terrorists could use Ebola as a low-tech biological weapon against Western targets. According to Shimkus, “The individual exposed to the Ebola Virus would be the carrier. In the context of terrorist activity, it doesn’t take much sophistication to go to that next step to use a human being as a carrier.”



Obama Administration Attacks On Faith In Military Endanger National Security

Jul 18th, 2013 | By

In Obama’s new military, homosexual sex is fine, but praying or expressing one’s faith isn’t. Morality is upside down in Obama’s bizarre world – where good is evil and evil is good. It is a world where upholding traditional marriage between a man and woman can destroy your military career. It is also a world where Islam is elevated over Judeo-Christian values in Obama’s foreign policies.