Sunday, May 22, 2011

Our petro-dollars at work

The US pays billions of dollars every year for it's oil.  Our economy runs on oil.  Our dollars pay for the fuel to run our cars and machinery.  Every time you fill up your internal combustion-powered vehicle you are enabling our enemies to continue their jihad against us.  Each dollar helps Islamic supremacy advance a little more.  The most worrisome thing for the Saudi's and others is our ability to find and utilize alternative energy sources.  We can defeat Islamists and jihadists tonight buy turning off the money tap and spending it domestically on energy resources.  Two stones with one bird, as it were.

Anyone in power have the balls to take this challenge on?  Hello!?

Here is proof as to where our petro-dollars go and how it is used.

From The Jerusalem Post May 22

'Pakistani jihad networks funded by Saudi, UAE charities'   

Islamic charities from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates financed a network in US ally Pakistan that recruited children as young as eight to wage holy war, a Pakistani newspaper reported on Sunday, citing Wikileaks.

A US diplomatic cable published by WikiLeaks said financial support estimated at $100 million a year was making its way from those Gulf Arab states to a jihadist recruitment network in Pakistan's Punjab province, Dawn newspaper reported.

It said those sources claimed that financial aid from Saudi and United Arab Emirates was coming from "missionary" and "Islamic charitable" organizations ostensibly with the direct support of those countries' governments.

(...)Saudi Arabia, home to the fundamentalist Wahhabi brand of Islam, is seen as funding some of Pakistan's hardline religious seminaries, or madrassas, which churn out young men eager for holy war, posing a threat to the stability of the region.
"At these madrassas, children are denied contact with the outside world and taught sectarian extremism, hatred for non-Muslims, and anti-Western/anti-Pakistan government philosophy," said the cable.

Pakistan is our ally...why?
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