Tuesday, February 28, 2006



While the MSM touts a CBS poll so bogus it rivals the honesty of Rathergate, while the Democrats jump on to the "pull the port deal" bandwagon that most who have half a brain jumped off of already, or were smart not to jump to conclusions in the first place, I am reminded of an old and rather unpleasant illustration.

This is how an Eskimo kills a wolf. First, the Eskimo coats his knife blade with animal blood and allows it to freeze. Then, he adds layer after layer of blood until the blade is completely concealed by the frozen blood.

Next, the hunter fixes his knife in the ground with the blade up. When a wolf follows his sensitive nose to the source of the scent and discovers the bait, he licks it, tasting the fresh frozen blood. He begins to lick faster, more and more vigorously, lapping the blade until the keen edge is bare. Feverishly now, harder and harder, the wolf licks the blade in the cold Artic night.

His craving for blood becomes so great that the wolf doesn’t notice the razor-sharp sting on the naked blade on his own tongue. Nor does he recognize the instant when his insatiable thirst is being satisfied by his own warm blood. His carnivorous appetite continues to crave more until in the morning light, the wolf is found dead on the snow!

The point, President has the knife firmly planted and strategically placed. Democrats are licking their own blood and wondering why President Bush seems unaffected by their barking and howling.

The morning shall tell.

UPDATE: Linked with JD at Polipundit.

Monday, February 27, 2006


More Port "Absurdity" - V

Seems now that those jumped on the "Ban Dubai" Tsunami of last week are making a hasty retreat due to this developement.

I expected this once they made their political statements - satifying their bases/unions, and therefore showed their ass, and in turn showed they will dive in the lake before they see it's shallow. Thus - they bumped their collective heads.

"The Bush administration will conduct a highly unusual second review of potential security risks in a business deal it previously approved for a United Arab Emirates-based company to take over significant operations at six leading U.S. ports.

The new, 45-day investigation is aimed at averting an impending political showdown as Congress returned to Washington on Monday from a weeklong break.

"We think this is a good middle ground that has been found," White House press secretary Scott McClellan said.

Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, who helped negotiate the plan, quickly recommended that lawmakers wait for the outcome before acting on legislation to delay or block the deal. Frist, R-Tenn., said he expects oversight hearings to continue this week.

In six pages of legal documents sent Sunday to the White House, Dubai-based DP World offered to submit to a second, broader investigation of its plans to run shipping terminals in New York, New Jersey, Baltimore, New Orleans, Miami and Philadelphia.

The Treasury Department, which governs the U.S. review panel, said it would accept DP World's extraordinary offer once the company formally filed its request for one. It said the same government panel will reconsider the deal that it earlier had agreed unanimously posed no national security concerns.

Some senators, led by Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., said they still intend to introduce legislation Monday to block the deal pending a 45-day review and to require congressional approval before DP World can conduct business in the United States. Under existing law, Congress effectively has no role considering deals."

One of the Senators showing their ass (sorry for the mind picture) is Hillary Clinton. Who incidently has no room to talk. As we learn from this from Gateway Pundit:

"As Sweetness and Light pointed out, the National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (NSCSA) already runs 9 ports here in the US!

And, it was back in 1997, when Hillary was serving as co-president, the Saudi owned shipping company (NSCSA) began service between North America and Italy, Greece and Turkey?

This just proves that the Clintons have evolved a long way since 1999 when they claimed that port control was "silly stuff".

So we'll have a 45 day review, and the deal will go through as it should. By that time Democrats will have another "story" to run, another "cause" to effect, and even the conservatives, those "rabids on the Right" will be still crying foul and saying, "We sold out". They are an embarrasment to us all.

Yet in their hypocrisy they do prove the Bible Proverb:

"He who speaks against a matter without knowing the facts of the matter is a fool."

UPDATE: Frist flips again. As as said, he now supports the ports.


Rockefeller did you "teller?"- IV

Via The American Spectator

"Word out of the Defense Intelligence Agency and law enforcement sources has the FBI and the Department of Justice comparing notes and dates on who in the U.S. Senate received national security briefings on both the overseas terrorist prisons and the NSA overseas terrorist monitoring programs, and when those briefings took place.

"The number of Senators who received briefings is not as large as people think," says one law enforcement source. "These were programs with a limited 'Need to Know" list on Capitol Hill."

Federal investigators looking into the leaks of both those programs to the press are zeroing in on the Senate, and are expected to continue to hold interviews of both Senators and their senior staff in the coming days. "This investigation is moving forward at a pretty fast clip," says the law enforcement source. "We're not looking at a two-year probe. We're talking about moving fast."

As yet, cooperation from the media outlets -- the Washington Post and the New York Times has been minimal, but investigators aren't sure they will need full cooperation to make the case. "The Hill may be all we need," says the source.

Focus of the investigation remains on the staffs of two Senators, Sen. Jay Rockefeller and Sen. Dick Durbin, as well as committee staff for the Senate Intelligence Committee and career intelligence staff detailed to U.S. Senate offices and committees. Last week, it was revealed that on February 17 Senator Rockefeller had sent a letter to the White House claiming that the Bush Administration had illegally leaked classified materials to Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward for a book project he was working on with cooperation from the Bush White House.

A number of people of Capitol Hill and in the intelligence community interpreted the letter as an attempt by Rockefeller to play defense should it be revealed that his office or staff tied to him on the Intelligence Committee are somehow involved in the serious leak cases."

Remember, you heard it here first. Senator Rockefeller - you are in trouble. The NSA leak will only be the tip of the iceberg for Rocky, word is that other probes will be launched into his statement that he visited Syria in 2002 - what did he tell? Who did he tell? More important, who else knew and WHO they are?

UPDATE: Take that!

"WASHINGTON — The White House on Monday rejected the call by several House Democrats for a special counsel to investigate the Bush administration's eavesdropping program.

"I think that where these Democrats who are calling for this ought to spend their time is on what was the source of the unauthorized disclosure of this vital, incredible program in the war on terrorism," White House spokesman Scott McClellan said. "I really don't think there is any basis for a special counsel. ... But the fact that this information was disclosed about the existence of this program has given the enemy some of our playbook."

Nice try Rocky......

This is typical for the Democrats. The Plame Game wasn't about Plame's NON status, yet the Bush administration back in 2003 went ahead and gave Wilson and his butt boy Schumer what they wanted. Not this time. The Gloves are off and from what I know they have solid "confidence" in what has been uncovered so far to give them impetus to tell the Dems this time to "Stuff it". It's about time. Mark this - it's only the beginning.

Friday, February 24, 2006


War on Terror - Attack on Saudi Oil Refinery - Appearances Deceiving?

Bombers attack Saudi oil facility

"An explosion rocked Saudi Arabia's huge Abqaiq oil facility in the east of the kingdom on Friday and an official said Saudi forces had thwarted suicide bomb attacks against the world's biggest oil exporter.

Oil jumped more than $2 a barrel. Al Qaeda leaders have previously called for attacks on oil fields in Saudi Arabia, a key U.S. ally.

A security source said suicide bombers had tried to storm the facility in the mainly Shi'ite province, known locally as Baqiq, and site of one of Saudi Arabia's main oilfields.

"Security forces foiled an attempted suicide attack at the Abqaiq refinery using at least two cars," the official said.

Dubai-based television station Al-Arabiya said Saudi forces killed the attackers. It quoted witnesses saying there was shooting.

Al Arabiya said the cars used by the attackers had the logo of Saudi state-owned oil company Aramco on them and that one car exploded at the gate to one refinery mid-afternoon.

Al Arabiya said a fire at a pipeline from the blast was now under control.

It was not clear if there was any impact on output from the world's top oil producer and a close U.S. ally.

Most Saudi oil is exported from the Gulf via the huge Abqaiq producing, pumping and processing facility. The world's biggest processing plant, it handles about two-thirds of the country's output.

Former Middle East CIA field officer Robert Baer (Note: VIP affiliation and appeared inUncoveredhas described Abqaiq as "the most vulnerable point and most spectacular target in the Saudi oil system."

"It's not clear what damage there is but Abqaiq is the world's most important oil facility," said Gary Ross, CEO at PIRA Energy consultancy in New York.

"This just emphasizes fears over global oil supply security when we're already facing major ongoing risks in Nigeria, Iran and Iraq."

Kind of throws a wrench in the UAE rift, unless you want to believe that those "Arabs" orchestrated this to throw the scent off their "dubious deal".

Via Michelle Malkin, a blog called "The Officer's Club" confirms my suspicions that we need not look in the usual places:

"However, let’s think about what went wrong here: the guards at the facility took out the vehicles and stopped the attack from escalating. That either means that these are some hard-core oil refinery guards, or the terror attack was an Al Qaeda amateur night. This attack does show the sensitivity of the global economy, where a second-rate, half-assed terror attack on a remote Saudi refinery can jump the global price of oil $2.

What caused them to be ineffective? A universe of options is presented. Ineffective recon on the target, lack of an “inside man”, nervousness of the guys some terrorist talked into martyring themselves, last minute jitters, etc. With all of this said, imagine if AQ (or whoever) had their act together, and pulled off multiple, coordinated attacks on the oil infrastructure across Saudi Arabia. Oil would go up a lot more than $2.

This was not only poorly planned, but doesn't bear markings of a typical AQ operation. Saudi guards are mean and lean enough, but not that well trained. More over, attackers - reminiscent of the amatures in Britain - aren't this bad.

Thus, this like other "insurgency" attacks which are automatically pinned on AQ, just don't fit the view. Notice too the lack of "ownership", normally bragged upon after such attacks. Noticeably absent as well and has me feelers in a twitter.

Information I'm working on makes me look "elsewhere" for conductors and instigators.

Beyond the pale. Phoenix redux.


More Port "Absurdity" IV

With the Democrats grandstanding and puffing their chest and measuring the White House for 2008 over the Ports NON-issue, the KING of Democrats, Bill Clinton actually praised the Dubai back in December of 2005:

"FORMER US president Bill Clinton praised Dubai’s leaders last week, telling them the way Islamic and Western values and cultures are being merged is “wonderful”.

Speaking via telecast at the Leaders in Dubai conference on Monday, Clinton was quick to highlight the work done by the emirate’s rulers, in particular Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Minister of Defence of the United Arab Emirates.

Clinton said: “Dubai is a role model of what could be achieved despite the other negative developments in the region. When I went to Dubai for the first time, I was taken to a technology facility where I hooked up to a bank kiosk and found that one can use a conventional banking service, while at the same time opt for an Islamic Sharia compliant service, which I thought was wonderful. This is a very good example of how cultures and values could be merged and offered to the rest. I was amazed and I have a lot of admiration for Sheikh Mohammed for what he’s doing in Dubai.”

Clinton also urged members of the YAL (Young Arab Leaders) to spread their message across the region. He explained: “I think much can be done by just telling others about your own achievements. They can share their experience and ideas with others and help them develop their economies as Dubai has done. YAL can leverage their experience to enlighten others.”

He added: “Look at Dubai, which has achieved enormous growth in such a short period of time. Less than 6% of Dubai’s income comes from oil. It’s no longer an oil economy."

Clinton’s speech came just a week after he appeared in person at Dubai’s American University. During his visit to the emirate, he spoke directly on the chances of peace in the region."

Yeah.....and Dubai is a BUM now? During Clinton's tenure, the US ran a virtual FLEA MARKET for the UAE selling them everything from Hellfire missles to F16s.

"The UAE is also a frequent ally against Clinton's current nemesis, Saddam Hussein, so the president has felt free to sell or approve the sale of $1.2 billion in U.S. arms to the UAE since 1993. We're not just talking leftovers, either: Among the UAE's purchases are AGM-114A Rockwell Hellfire antitank missiles, Raytheon RIM-7M Seasparrow ship-to-air missiles, and McDonnell Douglas Aerospace RGM-84A/C Harpoon ship-to-ship missiles. But that's just the beginning."

"In 1995 Clinton personally called UAE President Sheikh Zayad ibn Nahayan in order to shill for Lockheed Martin: Clinton urged Zayad ibn Nahayan to buy an astonishing 80 F-16 fighters".

More here, and here. (Note: Able Danger diggers take notice).

Senator Clinton, line 2.

More "Clinton Co-operation" here. Here Bill suggests the UAE get a role in the rebuilding of Iraq.

UPDATE I: Read this from AJ Strata - excellent points.

Thursday, February 23, 2006


Able Danger - Out of Gas?


"In his Washington D.C. office last Thursday, a slightly tired Rep. Curt Weldon (R-Pa) was lamenting to Canada Free Press the ongoing suppression of Able Danger.

Eric Kleinsmith and two colleagues had given testimony in open session before the House Armed Services Committee the day before.

Weldon said that he had found it demoralizing that sincere witnesses, who had turned out for the hearings in full military dress, had been identified on committee papers as "only Mr."

In 1999 and 2000, "Mr.’s" like the then-Major Kleinsmith was chief of intelligence for the U.S. Army’s Land Information Warfare Activity at Ft. Belvoir, VA. and was finding huge success with data mining used to support a top secret unit of Special Operations Command that subsequently pinpointed al-Qaeda cells around the world–code name "Able Danger".

As Weldon has been trying to flag the western world, Able Danger, through computer scanning of some 2.5 terabytes of classified and unclassified data, identified five "nodes" of active al-Qaeda intelligence–long before 9/11. One of the nodes identified was active in Brooklyn, N.Y. Another was in the faraway port of Aden, Yemen, where the USS Cole was attacked.

But Able Danger and the intelligence it discovered have been withering on the vine due to lack of interest.

"Neither my own party nor the Democrats want to hear the truth about Able Danger," Weldon ruefully told CFP."

I know how Weldon feels. I used to blow some pretty big whistles myself - still do from time to time. But like I said, NOBODY wants to discuss this any further. As I was told, We're not talking about yesterday anymore."

I also told you before, "they" let Weldon have his hearings - but that's about it. Word: "Let's just give him some damned hearings and he'll shut up!" He won't - it's not in Weldon's blood to give up in what he believes in.

But the fact is that the story simply isn't going to get any further tractions except via blogs and Weldon himself.

"Meanwhile the feisty one-man force behind Able Danger and its red flag on 9/11, may be down but he’s not out.

"I’ll never give up. I just can’t," were the last words he said to CFP."

It's good to have you on the team Curt - hang in there!

UPDATE: AJ Strata with details of a conference call with Curt along with other bloggers.

AJ comments: "Weldon is surprised at the push back he is getting now. It seems the DoD has convinced themselves they have fixed the problems. In my opinion they are in denial because the excuses they give make no sense."

Again, the reason I cannot participate in the conference calls is it would compromise my contacts who are high enough up on the food chain enough to relay that Weldon is truly "Fighting City Hall". In fact, the challenge for Weldon's seat this year is so related. Then again, the "purge" story sold well.

Again, I wish him the best.

Check out Able Danger Blog for more. Also Capt Ed.


Iraq Civil War? - A Perspective

While all the detractors of the war in Iraq and gleefully hoping for an all out civil war, they ignorantly forget that all most nations suffered through their own civil wars, including this one. Just for the history deficient here are a few facts:

"• More than three million men fought in the war.

• Two percent of the population—more than 620,000—died in it. (Note: More than The American Revolutionary War, World War I, World War II, The War against Switzerland, The War of 1812, and the Vietnam War combined - (IN FOUR YEARS!)

• In two days at Shiloh on the banks of the Tennessee River, more Americans fell than in all previous American wars combined.

• During the Battle of Antietam, 12,401 Union men were killed, missing or wounded; double the casualties of D-Day, 82 years later. With a total of 23,000 casualties on both sides, it was the bloodiest single day of the Civil War.

• At Cold Harbor, Va., 7,000 Americans fell in 20 minutes."

Yet the war brought the nation closer together, ended slavery and brought many other social reforms. In other words, there is no growth without growing pains. Iraq WILL go through growing pains - just as we did - and in spite of the naysayers and the efforts of Iran and other rogue terrorist nations to disrupt the progress , the new nation will survive.


More Port "Absurdity" III

On the so-called "Port Scandal", here are some facts:

1. We didn't sell anything to Dubai - the British did. A further clarification the British OWN what they are selling - TERMINALS. Not PORTS - TERMINALS, and of those TERMINALS we are talking about OPERATION not CONTROL.

The fact is that the British (who again have the right to sell their business to whomever they desire), could have sold it to any company. But they sold it to the company who has a proven track record of success and who has shown in the past far more concern for security than some of these now barking politicians and bloggers. (More facts here).

James A. Glassman over at TCS writes:

"Just last week, the shareholders of P&O, that venerable relic of the British Empire, agreed to sell their company to a group called Dubai Ports World, for $6.8 billion. DP World won a bidding war with another company from a developing country, Temasek Holdings of Singapore.

Pacific & Oriental Steam Navigation was created in the 1830s and, by 1868, had the largest steamship fleet in the world. But the days of Kipling and Maugham (who, by the way, wrote a wonderful short story called "P&O") are over. Today, four-fifths of P&O's revenues come not from ships but from ports.

The irony is that, while the British understand that empire has given way to globalization, many Americans -- especially protectionist politicians like Sens. Charles Schumer (D-NY) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and xenophobic TV hosts like Lou Dobbs -- do not.

DP World is a firm based in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, next to Saudi Arabia and just across the Persian Gulf from Iran. It is a company that knows this business well, currently running what The Guardian, the British newspaper, calls "one of the most efficient port organizations in the world," including deepwater facilities in Turkey, Hong Kong, three ports in mainland China, Australia, Germany, the Dominician Republic, Venezuela and South Korea. "Its port operations are breathtakingly fast and efficient." Meanwhile, Dubai itself is building a freeport hub, "so vast that approaching a fifth of the world's cranes are now to be found at work there."

And Dubai -- I don't have to tell you -- is an Arab nation. Yes, two of the 9/11 hijackers were citizens of the UAE, but, then again, as Ivan Eland of the Independent Institute notes, Richard Reid, the attempted "shoe bomber," was a British citizen, and Jose Padilla, among others, is an American citizen (as was Timothy McVeigh). The UAE has been a staunch ally in the war on terror, training security forces in Iraq and helping to cut off the flow of money to al Qaeda."

DP World isn't a terrorist organization. Operating out of a country - even one considered by some to be a terrorist stronghold - doesn't make you a terrorist. Any more than being in a bagel shop makes you a bagel.

Agian, Glassman hit's the hypocrisy of the left and some of the far-right on this point:

"U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Customs. "Nothing changes with respect to security under the contract," said Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. "The Coast Guard is in charge of security, not the corporation."

This misinformation that has occurred over this deal is personally offensive to me because of what I do. But even more offensive is the snivelers who whether the subject was Harriot Miers, Katrina/FEMA/Kill Brown, or now with this nonsensical excursion in to "Bush is selling us up the Eurphrates!". Again, Glassman beats me to my next point:

"You can fault this administration for many of its actions, but in one area its success is immense and undeniable: George W. Bush has kept America safe. It is now close to four and a half years since 9/11 and, still, no attacks on U.S. soil. "If there was any chance this transaction would jeopardize the security of the United States," Bush said Monday, "it would not go forward." Whom do you trust on security, Schumer or Bush?"

You can't argue with success. It's amazing but everytime Bush says "trust me", the same group of snivelers - snivel! From the left I expect it. From the right it's enough to make me hurl. Fact is they just don't trust the guy they voted for, which means either they vote just to pull a handle, or they just didn't like the other guy (or both).

Either way, they make me ill.

Again - to this date - I haven't seen ONE SHRED of evidence that this deal wasn't done with the best of intentions business and security wise, and considering the track record of Bush on Security - I'm willing to trust him on this, more than I trust the knee jerking of snivelers.

As Limbaugh said today, "I haven't yet heard anybody who's against this deal make me feel comfortable joining them. I'm hearing a bunch of panic, hysteria, jingoism, racism, profiling and fear -- and I try to do as little as possible in my life out of fear."

I agree.

UPDATE: Michelle Malkin with this breaking news out of AP: (again with misinformation).

"A United Arab Emirates company offered Thursday to delay part of its $6.8 billion takeover of most operations at six U.S. ports to give the Bush administration more time to convince skeptical lawmakers the deal poses no security risks. (there are none....sheesh - see above).

The surprise announcement relieves some pressure from a standoff between President Bush and the Republican-controlled Congress, which has threatened to block the deal because of the UAE's purported ties to terrorism.

Under the offer coordinated with the White House, Dubai Ports World said it will agree not to exercise control or influence the management over U.S. ports pending further talks with the Bush administration and Congress. It did not indicate how long it will wait for these discussions to take place.

The company said it will move forward with other parts of the deal affecting the rest of the world.

"It is not only unreasonable but also impractical to suggest that the closing of this entire global transaction should be delayed," Dubai Ports said in a statement.

"The reaction in the United States has occurred in no other country in the world," the company's chief operating officer, Ted Bilkey, said in a statement. "We need to understand the concerns of the people in the U.S. who are worried about this transaction and make sure that they are addressed to the benefit of all parties. Security is everybody's business."

"Ted Bilkey" now that's a "Arab" name......eh?

Here's the gist from a higher up. The deal is done, this is just a cooling period. Schumer and his union kickbacks notwithstanding.

Previous: here, here, and here

UPDATE: More of "It's not that we hate Arabs - REALLY!" here. Under this reasoning we ought to cancel any Government contracts to Oklahoma, New York, Miami, Los Angeles who all have "ties" to terrorists or terrorism. Charles Krauthammer on the other hand notes the hypocrisy of the left.

UPDATE II: More views at Real Clear Politics Blog.

UPDATE III: Rich Lowry at NRO dispells more of the rumors. Also Crazy Politico's Rantings.

UPDATE IV: Rick Moran disagrees.

UPDATE V: Officially putting Jpod over at National Review on medication watch.


More Port "Absurdity" - II

Continuing this post, AJ Strata notes the tide is turning on the Port non=issue:

"The tide is shifting under all those who ran to the cameras or spouted off uninformed about the UAE company Dubai Ports World as more and more people research the topic seriously. Sister Toldjah has the best round up of recent, factual writing on this. From the revelations much of the hype is bought and paid for by contributions from some unions and a US competitor to Dubai Ports World, to surgical debunking of the myths surrounding this subject by Dick Meyers of CBS. If you read anything today read her path from doubter to supporter."

The tide is turning because the "hubbub" was much to do about nothing. But in the process while those who balked said this was an outrage to our national security interests, in fact caused yet another national secruity secret to be splashed across headlines all over the world.

Via this reprort from MSNBC:

"Separately, the Associated Press reported that under a secretive agreement with the administration, the United Arab Emirates company promised to cooperate with U.S. investigations as a condition of its takeover of operations at the six major American ports.

Oh well, what the hell, what has "national secrets" got to do with it anyway, right Jay?

Incidently, have you noticed that lately the MSM and the left has succeeded in making "national secrets" a dirty thought?

"Secrets? SECRETS??? Bush evil! Bush Nazi! Facism! "We need to have this all open! We need to have ALL OUR SECRETS EXPOSED, because Bush is a incompetent boob and he's trying to sell this country up the river!"

The fact is that Democrats like Schumer and Clinton are up in arms because the AFL-CIO has them in their back pockets and ordered them to "bark" and loudly, so their motivations are clear. Others of the far right haven't given me one reason except the Ann Coulter "Well, they're ragheads right?" reason. Sorry Levin, you may talk "national security" concerns, but the message is "racism". Again, still waiting for a valid argument - and don't quote me about a 9/11 hijacker used an ATM there" crap. Give me some substantive reason. I've got a feeling I won't see a thing.

Let's be clear again. This deal has NOTHING to do with security of the ports folks. NOTHING. Never did. This is about OPERATION not CONTROL. Again, the UAE will NOT CONTROL OUR PORTS. Is that clear?

"Responding to the onslaught of criticism, Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez emphasized Wednesday that “they are not in charge of security. We are not turning over the security of our ports. When people make statements like that you get an instant emotional reaction.”

Yeah, and emotion over intellect = unstable. Sadly that's all that is driving this is emotion. That's what is driving the cartoon thuggery as well - emotion NOT intellect.

I'm sorry, I'm calling this like it is. Democrats are full of it on the issue - they still suck at national security. Those on the right balking at this are suffing from "I wanna be a MSM pundit" syndrome. I'm not saying that some concerns of some in the beginning weren't valid, but there is enough information out now to tell us that this deal was complete vetted and that it is actually good for us in many more ways that it's bad.

More at Irish Pennants

UPDATE: Wanna bet Pinkerton?

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