DOWN THROUGH HISTORY NO COUNTRY HAS EVER WON BY PLAYING DEFENCE. IT IS TIME TO GO ON THE OFFENCE. ARE WE A THIRD WORLD COUNTRY??NO. WE ARE BEING THREATENED BY EVERY DESERT RAT IN THE WORLD. OUR PRESIDENT IS BOWING DOWN TO THEM, AND APOLOGIZING TO THEM AND THEY ARE LAUGHING AT US AND PLANNING HOW TO KILL US.
N.KOREA IS THREATING US.
CHAVES IS THREATING US.
MEXICO IS THREATING US.
IT IS TIME TO TAKE THE OFFENCE!!!!
“WAKE UP” AMERICA.
Osama bin Laden has threatened Americans in a new audio tape, saying President Barack Obama inflamed hatred toward the U.S. by ordering Pakistan to crack down on militants in Swat Valley and block Islamic law in the area.
Bin Laden claimed U.S. pressure led to a campaign of “killing, fighting, bombing and destruction” that prompted the exodus of a million Muslims from Swat Valley in northwest Pakistan.
The message was broadcast for the first time Wednesday on pan-Arab Al-Jazeera Television at almost the same moment Obama touched down in Saudi Arabia at the start of a Mideast visit aimed at repairing frayed U.S. relations with the Muslim world.
Pakistan’s army launched its offensive to oust the Taliban in late April after a peace deal that gave them control of the the Swat Valley soured. Militants streamed out of their stronghold to take over neighboring areas.
Bin Laden said Obama had ordered Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari to stop people in the Swat Valley from practicing Islamic law.
“This means simply that Obama and his administration planted new seeds for hatred and revenge against America,” bin Laden said. “With that Obama has followed the same footsteps as the last president to create more hatred against Muslims.
“Let Americans prepare to reap what the leaders of the White house sow.”
The battle for Swat is seen by Washington as a test of Pakistan’s resolve against militants in the northwestern border region with Afghanistan.
The United States strongly backs the campaign, and it has enjoyed broad support among Pakistanis tired of militant attacks in the country that have killed hundreds of civilians.
Richard Holbrooke, the U.S. special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan, said Wednesday that it was “ludicrous” to suggest that anyone but al-Qaida and the Taliban are responsible for the refugee crisis in Pakistan.
Pakistan says about 3 million people have been uprooted from their homes by a month-old campaign to drive militants out of the northwestern Swat valley.
The military claims to have killed more than 1,000 Taliban fighters, a figure that cannot be independently verified, and says more than 50 soldiers have also died.
Meanwhile, Pakistani commanders said Wednesday that the military offensive to expel the Taliban from the Swat Valley could take another two months to complete, and troops may have to stay for a year to prevent militants from retaking control.
The armed forces have secured control over several key towns in the volatile northwestern region, but the fighting has triggered a series of suspected reprisal attacks elsewhere in the country.