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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Ahmadinejad Threatens 2012 Elections Just Like Osama: Jihad!

Just As Former Al-Qaeda Leader Osama Bin Laden Was Planning To Disrupt The United States' 2012 General Elections By Plotting To Kill Pres. Obama, Now Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Appears To Be Encouraging Muslim Extremists Across The Globe To Carry Out The Slain Al-Qaeda Leader's Dark Wishes Via A Mass Jihad.

Apparently Ahmadinejad Wants Muslim Extremists To Help Collapse The United States' Political System & Diminish Our Nation's Foreign Relations Bargaining Power.

If This Isn't A Clear Warning The U.S. & U.N. Needs To Begin Taking Actions To Stop Iran's Ability To Use Nuclear Weapons, I Don't Know How Much More Proof Is Needed.

Iran Has Proven Itself Time & Time Again To Be A Rogue, Rebellious Nation Unwilling To Work Peaceably With Any Other Nation.

I Believe Both U.S. & U.N. Leaders Should STOP Playing With Ahmadinejad By Giving Him Slaps On The Wrist (Useless Sanctions) And Come Together With A Viable Solution That Will Not Only Protect Israel But The United States.

If Not Than God Help America Come 2012!


This Blog Post Was NOT Published To Attack Or Encourage Discrimination Against Muslims In Any Way. Instead It Was Published To Warn America Of Possible Terrorist Plots With Iran's Involvement.


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U.S. political system will collapse soon: Ahmadinejad

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said the current political system of the United States will collapse soon.

“Freedom-seekers will rule this country (the U.S.) soon,” Ahmadinejad said during an address on the sidelines of the inauguration ceremony of the first phase of a gasoline production unit in Abadan, Khuzestan Province on Tuesday.

He added, “Those who speak of freedom (in the U.S.) themselves say which group has freedom (in their country) and can rule the country. What person seeking freedom has been able to win an election so far in this country, which calls itself the cradle of freedom?”

Only one group, either Democratic or Republican, can attain political power in the U.S., and the others are not allowed to express their ideas, he stated.

“(Barack) Obama is a neophyte and views nations from an imperialistic point of view, and he, through playing with words, speaks as if he is different than his predecessors, while their policy is the same and has not changed,” he stated.

“This is all a puppet show, and Obama is nothing but a puppet, since those who have a role (in defining) the major policies of the U.S. are behind the scenes, but we know them and show the nations who they are,” he added.

Elsewhere in his remarks, Ahmadinejad expressed hope that a new Middle East would emerge without the presence of the occupiers, including the Zionist regime.

The hegemonic powers are bullying regional nations, including North African countries, but this will end soon, he predicted.

The major powers offer regional counties loans and then ask them to act in line with their policies in order to maintain their dominance in the region, he said.

Ahmadinejad called this a new form of innovative hegemony.

“I tell all Muslim nations not to give in to this pressure and that Iran is ready to share all its scientific, industrial, and agricultural achievements with them in order to help them flourish,” he stated.

And Iran is not seeking to serve its political interests through this offer, he added.

All nations should know the United States is not a reliable friend of any country, and Iran knows Washington’s tricks and how it uses other countries to achieve its objectives, the president noted.

Regional nations should maintain close relations with each other and remain vigilant in order to foil the U.S. plots, which have been devised to create divisions between them through, for example, causing conflicts between Sunnis and Shias.

Kill Obama: Bin Laden plotted to assassinate President before 2012 election

Bin Laden called on followers to kill President in run up to 2012 election

Longed for another 9/11 to replicate mass attacks of the past

Orders to not only target New York, but smaller U.S. cities such as Los Angeles

Desperately wanted to 'sow political dissent' in Washington, DC

Urged followers to strike on anniversary of 9/11 and Fourth of July

But arrogant leader became 'lazy and complacent' about own security

Kill as many Americans as possible in a single attack

Only death toll in thousands would shift U.S. policy in Middle East

Target trains as well as planes

Spread out the targets in the U.S.

Osama Bin Laden wanted to assassinate President Obama as in the run up to the 2012 presidential elections, the terror leader's journal seized by U.S. forces reveals.

The mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks wanted to kill the President in a follow up mission, 10 years after the devastating 2001 attack.

U.S. intelligence officials are currently analysing over one million pages of data taken from the terror leader's compound, including his handwritten journal.

The documents reveal that the Al Qaeda leader was still plotting attacks against the U.S. and wanted to find a way to kill Obama.

Bin Laden's own writings indicate that he had urged followers to assassinate Obama as a way of disrupting the 2012 presidential election.

Former intelligence officials said that Bin Laden was focussed on killing the President.

'I would say this is probably very personal on Bin Laden's part, to kill [Obama] that he believes has violated the Muslim faith,' Brad Garrett, a former FBI profiler, told ABC News.

'He is incensed, inflamed, obsessed about killing the President.'

Video footage of Bin Laden watching TV in his hideout showed that whenever Obama came on the screen, the terror leader would quickly try to change the channel.

The seized documents could be the most valuable find of all - a written record that takes readers inside the mind of America's greatest enemy.

Osama Bin Laden's handwritten journal was found at the Pakistan compound where the terror chief was killed in a dramatic U.S. raid more than a week ago.

In it, he directed Al Qaeda operatives to not only focus on New York City, but spread their operations to target smaller cities such as Los Angeles.

The discovery shatters previously held beliefs that Bin Laden was a 'has been' - acting simply as Al Qaeda's spiritual leader rather than its operational chief.

The journal, as well as hundreds of computer 'pen' drives also containing directives, will only add to the heightened threat level across the U.S.

Among the edicts, one particularly macabre note reveals a mathematical calculation of how many people Al Qaeda would have to kill to finally force the U.S. out of the Middle East - concluding it would take another 9/11 at least.

U.S. officials said the Al Qaeda leader's diary is filled with planning ideas and details of operations.

Among them were the notes for the potential plots against the U.S. rail system which prompted an advisory from the FBI and Department of Homeland Security last week.

In the journals he tells his disciples that only a body count of thousands, something on the scale of the September 11 attacks in 2001, would shift U.S. policy.

He also schemed about ways to sow political dissent in Washington and play political figures against one another, officials said.

They give a clear indication that Bin laden was communicating with other extremists.

'There are strong indications there is back and forth with other terrorists,' an official said.

The handwritten journal included significant dates bin Laden noted as preferred for attacking American targets, including the Fourth of July and the 10th anniversary of 9/11, a U.S. official said.

No imminent plots have been discovered in the journal, which officials have been pouring over since the raid, officials said.

The journal was part of a huge cache of intelligence that included about 100 flash drives and five computers taken by a U.S. Navy SEALs assault team after they swept through the compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan.

And rather than reducing his role, Bin Laden had worked frantically to direct Al Qaeda operations from his secret hideout.

One official said Bin Laden had worked like a 'crime boss'.

But the 51-year-old killer had become so arrogant that he believed he was virtually untouchable - plotting destruction by day and bedding down with his wife at night.

'Bin Laden got lazy and complacent,' a source told the Washington Post.

'I don’t think he thought he would meet his maker in that house. And he certainly didn’t make any preparations.'

Another raised the possibility that he may not have been restricted to his compound.

'There are strong indications there is back and forth with other terrorists,' the official said.

Questions were raised about why Bin Laden did not attempt to escape the building during the raid or hide in a secret compartment, but it now appears that he never feared he would be caught there.

Bin Laden has long been known to record his thoughts, but the discovery of his journal is a real coup for American intelligence chiefs.

His son, in a memoir, has described his father as recording his thoughts and plans, spending hours speaking into a Dictaphone.

The diary may also reveal more about the psyche of the man - his secret fears and terrors.

The treasure trove of intelligence recovered from the 'safe' house is producing a new lead every hour, it has emerged.

Intelligence officials told CBS News that Bin Laden had actually been killed 'relatively early' in the 40-minute operation inside the house.

At least half the time was then spent scooping up every single document, laptop, hard drive and CD that the hit team could find.

In the aftermath of the raid, the CIA has been analysing the information - which comes in at 2.7 terrabytes of data or 220 million pages of text - round the clock.

'Home videos' of Bin Laden recovered from the compound which show the terror chief watching Barack Obama on the news and fluffing his lines in a recorded message, have already been released.

The terror journal shows Bin Laden was communicating from his walled compound in Pakistan with al-Qaeda's offshoots - including the Yemen branch that has emerged as the leading threat to the United States.

Though there is no evidence yet that he was directly behind the attempted Christmas Day 2009 bombing of a Detroit-bound airliner or the nearly successful attack on cargo planes heading for Chicago and Philadelphia, it's now clear that they bear some of bin Laden's hallmarks.

Officials have not yet seen any indication that bin Laden had the ability to coordinate timing of attacks across the various al-Qaeda affiliates in Pakistan, Yemen, Algeria, Iraq and Somalia, and it is also unclear from bin Laden's documents how much the affiliate groups relied on his guidance.

The Yemen group, for instance, has embraced the smaller-scale attacks that bin Laden's writings indicate he regarded as unsuccessful.

However, the real value of the intelligence is likely to come from leads to other members of Al Qaeda and an insight into the terror network, including how Bin Laden communicated with his subordinates.

The diary could play a key role in that.

Speaking in a 60 Minutes interview on Sunday, President Obama described the information as a treasure trove that 'could serve us well in the weeks and months to come'.

'We've got a chance to, I think, really deliver a fatal blow to this organisation if we follow through aggressively in the months to come,' he said.

In a chilling statement posted on Islamic extremist sites last night, Al Qaeda warned the U.S. that it had made a 'big mistake' and a 'serious sin' in killing Bin Laden.

The terror group's media arm, al-Fajr, said the American people 'will pay the price' for the May 2 raid.

It acknowledges that Barack Obama 'is protected by armies', but asks Americans: 'Who will protect you from our assault?'

It also urges Muslims to use Bin Laden's death as motivation to carry out attacks, according to a transcript provided yesterday by the SITE Intel group, which monitors militant messages.

Tensions are still running high in Pakistan where politicians hijacked a parliamentary session in Islamabad to pray for the dead Bin Laden.

The group, including former minister Atta-ur-Rehman, claimed it was their duty as Muslims to carry out the action.

Maulvi Asmatullah, who led the prayers, said: 'Bin Laden was an international figure and above all a Muslim.

'I took it as my religious duty to offer prayers for him.'

The killing of Bin Laden has given Obama's approval rating a huge bounce to the highest point in two years.

It now stands at 60 per cent with more than half of Americans saying he deserves to be re-elected, according to The Associated Press-GfK poll.

Al-Qaeda has not named bin Laden's successor, but all indications point to his Number two, Ayman al-Zawahri.

The question is whether al-Zawahri, or anyone, has the ability to keep so many disparate groups under the al-Qaida banner. The groups in Somalia and Algeria, for instance, have very different goals focused on local grievances. Without bin Laden to serve as their shepherd, it's possible al-Qaida will further fragment.

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Sources: Daily Mail, MSNBC, Tehran Times, Youtube, Google Maps

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