And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. — Matthew 24:6
The anniversary of 9/11 is only days away and as Americans we should be ever vigilant for signs of a new attack. ISIS is threatening such an event. Judicial Watch has written that the Feds are gearing up for a big one on the Southern border, due to ISIS having become affiliated with the Mexican drug cartels in Juarez, just across the border from El Paso, TX.
This AM I read the following at Breitbart: Rocker Girl, Mother of Two ISIS Recruit Wants to Behead Christians with ‘a Blunt Knife’ and just had to write about it over at The Kitchen Cabinet’s Facebook page:
We live in perilous times. We are weary of war. We just want to be left alone to our comfortable lives, our big screen TVs, our Friday night football games, the sounds of our children playing T-ball, our Facebook, our Twitter, our iPhones and X-Boxes…
However, there are forces out there that are determined to take ALL of that away from US, even recruiting from among us to do so. The executioner of American journalist James Foley was a Brit, rapper L-Jinny. The gal pictured here married an extremist, has changed her name, and they have gone to the IS caliphate to be with Foley’s killer to “do their part” for jihad. She lusts for the opportunity to decapitate her “enemies” with a dull knife. These are not new, unique events… history is full of this kind of murder and mayhem.
The Greatest Generation is almost all gone from our midst. They would be seeing the signs, as they also witnessed a great evil arising in the middle of Western Europe and Japan, and later in greater Asia. Weary from WWI and ravished from the fallout of the Great Depression there was no stomach for beginning the doing of what needed to be done. Until… the Japanese brought the war to US at Pearl Harbor.
We got this upcoming war brought to our shores on September 11, 2001 with devastating direct strikes on our major financial district and our Pentagon. By the heroics of passengers who knew they were doomed either way and chose to die defending their country, one of our national seats of government was spared on that day.
We have NO idea how many radical Islamic terrorists have crossed the Southern border in the latest waves of illegal infiltrations, and neither do we know how many of them were flown to destinations across the land during the time the illegals were being allowed to board domestic flights without ID or documentation.
Sec. of State John Kerry will use a Nato summit and try to put together a ‘world coalition’ to fight ISIS on its home turf. The Saudi King has announced that ISIS will bring terror “in Europe in a month and US a month after.”
We are tired… we are financially exhausted… we don’t want to sacrifice our children and grandchildren to the ravages of war. No one of good heart ever does.
The big question is, how much do we want to survive as a society? What will we be leaving to our children? Will the future of America be the Freedom of our Founders, or the brutal, bloodthirsty Sharia of the medieval Arabian desert?
This is what the “brutal, bloodthirsty Sharia of the medieval Arabian desert” looks like. This is the British rapper L-Jinny moments before he takes that knife and brutally removes the head from the body of living American photo-journalist, James Foley.
What will be the response when ISIS infiltrators start posting videos like this on social media that have been shot in the desert outside Las Vegas, in the vast areas of New Mexico, from Times Square?
Why does President Barack Obama admit to the world that his administration has NO plan to deal with the likes of ISIS, and then cavalierly go golfing, again?
Our world is not what we think it is… it is a far more dangerous, brutal and deadly place. Modern civilization is a thin veneer of sophistication and ease, covering a deep well of evil, like an active volcano, ready to erupt at any time with violent, deadly force.
Unlike with a volcano, we can fight against this evil, if we have the will, and the faith.
That’s the question… do we?