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  • Yesterday, a Saudi Air Force officer opened fire in a classroom at Naval Air Station Pensacola,

  • where he was training to fly all the fighter jets that President Trump sold to Saudi Arabia.

  • You remember Saudi Arabia, don't you?

  • The nation that fifteen out of the nineteen 9-11 hijackers were from?

  • The nation that throws bloggers like Raif Badawi in prison and brutally murders journalists

  • like Jamal Khashoggi?

  • The nation where confessions are extracted through torture?

  • The nation where crowds gather to watch public beheadings?

  • The nation where African and Asian women are trafficked and sold as sex-slaves?

  • In short, the birthplace of Muhammad?

  • Yeah, so an air force officer from that big old slice of Sharia pie was being trained

  • by the U.S. Military to fly the U.S. fighter jets that the U.S. Government

  • sold to America's new BFF in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia.

  • Shortly before killing three and injuring several more in his attack, Second Lieutenant

  • Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani tweeted a message to the American people.

  • Alshamrani's Twitter account has since been deleted, just as my YouTube account will eventually

  • be deleted for daring to comment on these topics, but fortunately for us,

  • the tweet was archived.

  • O American people,

  • I'm not against you for just being American.

  • I don't hate you because your freedoms.

  • I hate you because every day you supporting, funding, and committing crimes not only against

  • Muslims but also humanity.

  • I'm against evil, and America as a whole has turned into a nation of evil.

  • What I see from America is the supporting of Israel which is invasion of Muslim countrie.

  • I see invasion of many countries by its troops.

  • I see Guantanamo Bay.

  • I see cruise missiles, cluster bombs and UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles).

  • So that's Alshamrani's justification for his killing spree.

  • Notice these additional remarks on the side.

  • Unfortunately, we can't click on them to expand them, because this is an archived picture

  • of his twitter page.

  • But we can see that there are two sets of quotations.

  • This part down here—“the security is shared destiny”—is from Osama bin Laden.

  • Up here we have:

  • What benefit is it to the American people to suffer for the sake of supporting Israel?

  • Do you expect to transgress against others and yet be spared retribution?

  • How many more body-bags are American families willing to receive?

  • For how long can the US survive this war of attrition?

  • These are direct quotes from Sheikh Anwar al-Awlaki's “Message to the American People.”

  • Here again we have:

  • For how long can the US survive this war of attrition?

  • What benefit is it to the American people to suffer for the sake of supporting Israel?

  • Do you expect to transgress against others and yet be spared retribution?

  • How many more body-bags are American families willing to receive?

  • A little later we read:

  • We are not against Americans for just being American.

  • We are against evil, and America as a whole has turned into a nation of evil,”

  • which is exactly what Alshamrani said in his message to Americans.

  • But notice what we have next.

  • I for one, was born in the US, I lived in the US for twenty-one years.

  • America was my home.

  • I was a preacher of Islam, involved in non-violent Islamic activism.

  • However, with the American invasion of Iraq, and continued US aggression against Muslims,

  • I could not reconcile between living in the US and being a Muslim, and I eventually came

  • to the conclusion that Jihad against America is binding upon myself, just as it is binding

  • on every other able Muslim.

  • Nidal Hassan was not recruited by Al-Qaida.

  • Nidal Hassan was recruited by American crimes, and this is what America refuses to admit.

  • America refuses to admit that its foreign policies are the reason behind a man like

  • Nidal Hassan, born and raised in the US, turning his guns against American soldiers.

  • And the more crimes that America commits, the more Mujahideen will be recruited to fight

  • against it.

  • Who was Nidal Hasan?

  • Major Nidal Malik Hasan was the American Army officer who opened fire at Fort Hood

  • Military Base in 2009, killing thirteen people and injuring dozens more.

  • Now let's put all of this together.

  • In the 1980s, Osama bin Laden and his fellow jihadis in Afghanistan were funded by

  • the United States.

  • Bin Laden eventually used his popularity to form Al-Qaeda.

  • Sheikh Anwar al-Awlaki was born in New Mexico.

  • He was President of the Muslim Student Association at Colorado State University,

  • where he earned a degree in Civil Engineering.

  • He was the imam of the Denver Islamic Society.

  • He was the imam of a mosque in San Diego.

  • He was the Muslim chaplain at George Washington University.

  • He was the imam at the Dar al-Hijrah Mosque in Virginia.

  • And he joined al-Qaeda and became its greatest recruiter.

  • Al-Awlaki influenced Major Nidal Malik Hasan, who, again, opened fire at Fort Hood.

  • Al-Awlaki then wrote hisMessage to the American People,” where he cited Nidal Malik

  • Hasan as an example of what a devout Muslim should do if given the opportunity.

  • Second Lieutenant Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani of the Saudi Airforce read al-Awlaki's “Message

  • to the American Peopleand the story of Nidal Malik Hasan.

  • Then he was invited to the United States of America to be trained by the U.S. Military

  • to fly the U.S. jets that were sold to Saudi Arabia.

  • He saw an opportunity and, like Nidal Malik Hasan, opened fire at a military base.

  • The only bright side here is that, if Second Lieutenant Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani had been

  • just a little smarter, he might have decided to get creative with one of the jets he was

  • learning to fly.

  • So, we dodged a bullet on that one.

  • Two questions I'd like you to answer in the comments section.

  • First, there are peaceful Muslims and there are violent Muslims.

  • Can you think of any way to spot the difference between the two before one of the violent

  • Muslims goes on at killing spree?

  • Second, Osama bin Laden, Anwar al-Awlaki, Nidal Malik Hassan, Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani.

  • Do you think our leaders have learned anything about the ideology we're dealing with,

  • or are they absolutely impervious to facts, evidence, and reality?

  • Let me know what you think.

  • And if you don't understand jihad yet, be sure to watch my videos

  • The Three Stages of JihadandThe Jihad Triangle.”

  • The only way out of this mess is an informed population of free people.

  • So get informed, inform others, and stay free.

Yesterday, a Saudi Air Force officer opened fire in a classroom at Naval Air Station Pensacola,

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