Thursday, October 12, 2006

Forgotten History Lesson

Theodore Roosevelt: "Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick"

Wise words. Too bad the Bush administration didn't follow his example. Just days before North Korea tested a nuclear device, officials in the Bush administration stated that they "are not going to live with a nuclear North Korea".

So what exactly is the United States planning to do now that North Korea has gone ahead with its test?

The draft, obtained by the Associated Press, incorporates proposals circulated by the U.S. earlier in the day to prohibit all trade in military and luxury goods and prevent "any abuses of the international financial system." It also adds new calls from Japan to ban all countries from allowing any North Korean ships in their ports or any North Korean aircraft from taking off or landing in their territory and to impose travel restrictions on high-ranking North Korean officials.

Neither Russia nor China would say whether they support a resolution that could pave the way for sanctions.

Meanwhile, North Korea warns pressure will be taken as a declaration of war

In its first official announcement since testing a nuclear weapon underground, North Korea is warning that increased pressure from the United States will be taken as a declaration of war.

I guess this means next summer's vacation to Pyongyang will be put on hold.

***New Site
CAIR Watch

Since the early 80's, the terrorist organization Hamas has had a presence within the United States. Many groups connected to Hamas have come and gone. They include: the United Association for Studies and Research (UASR), the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development (HLF), the Global Relief Foundation (GRF) and KindHearts.

Another organization, the Islamic Association for Palestine (IAP) was shut down in 2005, after it was found liable for the murder of an American boy who was killed during a Hamas terror operation in Israel. Eleven years prior to its closure, three leaders from the IAP created the Council on American-Islamic Relations or CAIR.

CAIR Watch, a project of Americans Against Hate, was founded with the mission to expose the extremist nature and terrorist ties of CAIR, in hopes that it will be shut down, just as the others were before it. You can help in this endeavor. We need you to be our eyes and ears in your area. Events, publications, statements, and all else concerning the aforementioned are of grave importance to us.

Is there an article, blog entry or CAIR quote that we need to place on our site? Do you know of someone connected to the group that we should create a new profile for? We are open to your suggestions.

If you would like to assist us and become a CAIR Watcher, feel free to send an e-mail to us at:


At 2:16 PM, Blogger WomanHonorThyself said...

excellent updates AC..CAI-R watch is long long overdue...our own govt shakes hands with terrorists on their board and in their mosques which are nothing but cells!

At 2:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brilliant on Joe's part to get that new Anti-CAIR group started. It will benefit ACAIR as well. Let's get the word out.

At 8:14 PM, Blogger Always On Watch said...

North Korea has the upper hand in all this. The U.N. is making the situation worse.

I also plan to announce CAIR Watch. I heard Joe Kaufman speak at the Symposium I attended last April and briefly spoke with him afterwards. He's an excellent investigative journalist and is hot to expose CAIR.

At 5:30 AM, Blogger American Crusader said...

A lot of people have been waiting for this site to open. CAIR WATCH will be a cross between Anti-CAIR and ACLU Watch.

AOW...I'd bet that must have been an interesting symposium. I'm expecting lots of controversy.

At 2:13 PM, Blogger Brooke said...

*sigh* We definitely need another TR!

At 4:29 PM, Blogger Elmer's Brother said...

What would you think if Japan and South Korea became armed with the bomb as a deterrence to N. Korea?

I realize Japan would have to change some laws, constitution..just curious.


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