September 11, 2017

After 9/11: Ten ways we’re losing the war

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Imagine the Aztecs in central America first seeing Spanish ships landing 500 years ago. It was a sight impossible to comprehend or predict. Something that changed their lives.

Something like that happened on September 11, 2001 — an event that few imagined, and even those who imagined it thought it was improbable.

And then suddenly our world had changed forever.

Except, 16 years later, we have reverted to September 10 in terms of our naïveté. In fact, in many ways we’re worse off and less prepared now.

Tonight, I’ll look at 10 ways we have forgotten the real meaning of 9/11, and are weaker for it.

Number one: We’re still chummy with the Saudis and other terrorist states. Do you not remember that 15 of the 19 terrorists that day were from Saudi Arabia? Osama Bin Laden himself the son of a prominent Saudi family.

Saudi Arabia is still the chief financier of every Sunni mosque preaching Wahhabi radicalism, including in Canada. Trudeau himself brags about the one in Montreal.

OK, that’s the first way we’re worse off than before.

WATCH as I list the nine others...

NEXT: Former NYPD police officer John Cardillo joins me to talk about the September 11 attacks; then Breitbart's Joel Pollak explains why many people believe 60 Minutes manipulated interview footage to make Steve Bannon look bad.

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commented 2017-09-12 12:34:51 -0400
Paul McCullough
If Bush had been something less than clueless he would have not have used the expression “war on terror” . He would instead have said Defence Against Fundamentalist Islam or Mohammedism.

Muslims have infiltrated our security services and even they don’t have a clue what Islam has in store for us.
commented 2017-09-12 12:05:35 -0400
- If Bush had been serious about his war on terror he would have invaded Saudi Arabia & Iran instead of just Iraq & Afghanistan. Americans lost some of their rights & freedoms in the name of security.

- The police are not the problem. The problem is with the brass – the politicized leaders.

- The mainstream media exists inside an echo chamber. They tell people what they think, they don’t ask people what they think. This is why, when the world changed, they couldn’t figure out what happened or how to respond to it.
commented 2017-09-12 12:01:20 -0400
And the war against Christians continues:

Pakistani Christian Beaten to Death by Muslim Classmates ‘Whilst Teacher Read Newspaper’
A teenager from a Christian family has been beaten to death by Muslim classmates at the MC Model Boys Government High School in Pakistan, allegedly for drinking from the same water cooler as them.

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/09/12/pakistani-christian-beaten-death-muslim-classmates-teacher-read-newspaper/
commented 2017-09-12 10:03:05 -0400
According to 6th century BC Chinese general and military strategist, Sun Tsu, in order to defeat your enemy, you need to know yourself and you need to know your enemy. On both accounts we are worse off today. In the West we have forgotten or have a low regard for those values and principles, such as freedom of speech, that contributed to our western civilization. That has been compounded by the lie perpetrated by the leftists that Islam is a religion of peace and that the terrorism activity has no connection to the teachings of Islam and the life of Muhammad.
commented 2017-09-12 09:17:08 -0400
Thanks, Terence

" We are weaker than before 9/11 because that event was the beginning of America’s surrender to Islam. "

Not nearly as acute as Canada’s surrender to Islam, multicult and political correctness. At least America has backbone.

Jihadi Justin is our 9-11.
commented 2017-09-12 08:32:41 -0400
Krispy
Thanks for the link to Pam Geller’s article. It is excellent.
commented 2017-09-12 08:12:08 -0400
We are weaker than before 9/11 because that event was the beginning of America’s surrender to Islam. It began with the nonsense of GWB about Islam being a religion of peace and it continues today with the infiltration of Muslims into security forces and the use of terms such as Radical Muslim. The first Radical Muslim was Mohammed and he is the role model. The real threat does not come from Muslim terrorists but so-called moderates who will remain faithful to their religion when the time for choosing is upon us. That day is coming soon. If we continue on our current path Canada will become a Muslim nation.

And no, this war cannot be won by killing Muslim terrorists overseas. That is but a small part of what we must do to defend our freedoms from Islam.
commented 2017-09-12 01:32:11 -0400
Good comments everyone. About all i can add is a huge SIGH!
commented 2017-09-11 23:47:18 -0400
Very good report, Ezra. On 9/11, I thought that the US along with the West, would eradicate those terrorists from the face of the earth. Instead, 16 yrs later, we have them everywhere in our countries, infiltrated at various levels of our governments and public services, dictating policies in laws, education, even in churches, and plotting the next attacks in a mosque near you. I never thought seeing so much madness, insanity and cowardice in our societies. It’s truly sickening.
commented 2017-09-11 23:36:08 -0400
I really like how you’ve stepped up the pace here! If ever boot-to-ass time was needed…

But yeah Ezra, I’d say we’re losin’ the war.
It’s been a long time in the planning and implementation and that can’t be changed overnight – even with the truth.
commented 2017-09-11 23:07:27 -0400
The one thing THE REBEL is known for is publishing stories the media party won’t do.
There is one story I would like THE REBEL to investigate. The dirty little story of Islamic military style training camps here in Canada and the U.S.A.

The other thing I noticed on the Bannon clips is how he was high lighted notice the yellow curtains behind Rose and how red the curtains were behind Bannon notice how red his face was around his eyes and lips. The curtains are the same, it was done on purpose, not surprising.
commented 2017-09-11 22:15:57 -0400
The ten ways that we have lost ground since 9/11 are well articulated, depressing but well articulated. PL consider providing that segment beyond the paywall.
commented 2017-09-11 22:13:47 -0400
WE lost the moment we allowed our political class use immigration as a political weapon.
commented 2017-09-11 21:49:38 -0400
Ya I know. How can 99% not?
Go Ezra. There’s a gap to fill but I believe we can replace the useful idiots. Time and patience
commented 2017-09-11 21:43:16 -0400
I am going to be interested in what the regressive left plans for Nov 11.

By the silence on attacks of historical Canadians, and the throwing under the bus of the four CAF members for being patriotic the political class has validated the regressive movement.

I expect full out violent demonstrations that particularly target our millennial Afghan vets.
commented 2017-09-11 21:13:40 -0400
I always feel very somber on September 11.
I clearly remember the horrors of that day; watching the news and crying in disbelief. I also remember Islamists worldwide celebrating in the streets, celebrating mass murder. I will never forget the reaction of those who hate the West, and, those who vowed it was only the beginning.

Ezra, excellent report. Please consider taking it outside the paywall.
commented 2017-09-11 21:08:00 -0400
Joel Pollak almost blew chunks. Ezra, when you said that about Bernie’s crowds being all white was so funny and with a straight face was priceless. Keep up the great interviews. TheRebel.media is on the march.
commented 2017-09-11 21:02:32 -0400
I hope you have your people down at the Dalton and Wynne court house. I like to hear your views on it.
commented 2017-09-11 21:00:19 -0400
Never forget – the soldier could have won this war long ago – but we were not allowed to.

The JAG – military lawyers – always had the hammer on targets to be attacked. They always had the hammer on whether or not mosques and the weapons storages in them were to be attacked. They always had the hammer on how fire was returned – collateral damage was always the big reason we were not allowed to attack. They always had the hammer on who was attacked. They always had the hammer on the size of the attack.

The only way to win a war is – and I will use an American General (his name escapes me) from WWII as the example:

He said “Kill Japs. Kill Japs. Kill Japs.”

We were not allowed to: “Kill moslems. Kill moslems. Kill moslems.”

Heck even saying it would have had us charged and punished with some rule or regulation.

And then we tried to bring them over to our side – giving them plenty of opportunity to kill our own people with our own weapons – called “green on blue” attacks.

Hearts and minds it was called.

Such bull schitte.

We trained them and armed them and then they used that knowledge and weaponry against us.

When you go to war to truly win – you kill the enemy, you do not pacify him.

So much more…………………

But today no one gives a damn – instead we are about to make it illegal to even say islam is an evil cult and we will soon be jailed if we do.

I have surrendered in disgust.
commented 2017-09-11 20:58:50 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 34,018 Attacks, 219,277 Killed, 300,372 Injured that we know of

“Christians are the worst part of Canadian Society”, Justin Trudeau, Debate Post, March 28, 2017
commented 2017-09-11 20:52:35 -0400
Following on Mr. Levant’s Bernard Shaw quote, with implications for his 10 points:

Genghis Khan stated, “Victory does not go to he who follows the rules, but to he who makes the rules and imposes them.”

Of course, we know who is making the rules for the West, and well into victory.
commented 2017-09-11 20:45:05 -0400
The US mainstream media uses the Far/Alt-Right to make Trump and the Republicans look bad, as if the Republicans hold the same views as they do.