Thursday, May 10, 2007
Fort Dix Six
It was made to known to the rest of us on Tuesday that six individuals that reside in the State of New Jersey had made plans to attack and kill as many US soldiers as they could at the Fort Dix Army base in New Jersey. These six individuals were reported to be homegrown terrorists but that is just not the case. Three of the six were Albanian nationals that are here in the United States illegally. The other three are from Albanian families that were brought here in the 1990s by the Clinton Administration because the Clinton Administration could not find another country that would accept these people as refugees during the conflict that raged in the former communist satellite state of Yugoslavia.
The six individuals claimed that they are of the "religion of peace" which is a misnomer for the religion known as Islam. The six individuals that planned this attack on the US Army base had their plan exposed to the FBI by an alert clerk who was assigned to transfer the home movies that the terrorist conspirators had made onto a DVD disc. The terrorists had recorded the practice of their attacks at a firing range and paintball course in the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania. According to the criminal complaint these six individuals had planned to gain access to the base from one of the six being the pizza delivery guy who had free reign of the base once admitted.
There are changes that need to made on US military installations and our Congress has to be made aware that there are terrorists that wish to kill us in the name of the "religion of peace". This attack has hit very close to home for me. One of my best friends lives only a few blocks from three of the terrorists. I can assure you that I will act accordingly because I am fed up with hearing that these people are peaceful and the democrat controlled Congress has their heads buried in the dirt like ostriches. Now act like real Americans and fund our troops and quit pretending there is no threat from Islamic facist terrorists you morons.
Caution adult language from soldiers in a war zone. *Not for Children*
Have a nice Day!
Posted by Jennifer Gallagher at 7:49 AM