The Book of Enoch
104.9 Do not be impious in your hearts, and do not lie, and do not alter the
words of truth, 

nor say that the words of the Holy and Great One are lies, and do not praise your idols. 
For all your lies, and all your impiety, lead not to righteousness but to great sin.
104.10 And now I know this mystery; that many sinners will alter and
distort the words of truth, 

and speak evil words, and lie, and concoct great fabrications, and write books in their own words.

Monday, May 2, 2016

A Different type of President.


 
 
When Jefferson saw there was no  negotiating with Muslims, he formed what is the now the Marines (sea going  soldiers). These Marines were attached to U. S. Merchant vessels.

When the Muslims attacked  U.S. merchant vessels they were repulsed by armed soldiers, but there is  more. The Marines followed the Muslims back to their villages and killed  every man, woman, and child in the village. It didn't take long for the  Muslims to leave U.S. Merchant vessels alone. English  and French merchant  vessels started running up our flag when entering the Mediterranean to  secure safe travel.

 Why the Marine Hymn Contains the Verse "To Shores of Tripoli"

  
This is very interesting and a must  read piece of our history. It points out where we may be heading.

Most Americans are unaware  of the fact that over two hundred years ago the United States had declared  war on Islam and Thomas Jefferson led the  charge!


At the height of the 18th century,  Muslim pirates (the "Barbary Pirates") were the terror of the Mediterranean  and a large area of the North Atlantic.

They attacked every ship in  sight, and held the crews for exorbitant ransoms. Those taken hostage were  subjected to barbaric treatment and wrote heart-breaking letters home,  begging their government and family members to pay whatever their Mohammedan  captors
demanded.


These extortionists of high seas  represented the North African Islamic nations of Tripoli, Tunis, Morocco,  and Algiers - collectively referred to as the Barbary Coast - and presented  a dangerous and unprovoked threat to the new American  Republic.

Before the Revolutionary War, U.S. merchant ships had been  under the protection of Great Britain. When the U.S. declared its independence and entered into war, the ships of the United States were  protected by France. However, once the war was won, America had to protect  its own fleets.


Thus, the birth of the U.S. Navy.  Beginning in 1784, 17 years before he
would become president, Thomas  Jefferson became America's Minister to France. That same year, U.S. Congress  sought to appease its Muslim adversaries by following in the footsteps of  European nations who paid bribes to the Barbary States rather than engaging  them in war.

In July of 1785, Algerian pirates captured American  ships, and the Dye of Algiers demanded an unheard-of ransom of $60,000. It  was a plain and simple case of extortion, and Thomas Jefferson was  vehemently opposed to any further payments. Instead, he proposed to Congress  the formation of a coalition of allied nations who together could force the  Islamic states into peace. A disinterested Congress decided to pay the  ransom.

In 1786, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams met with Tripoli's  ambassador to Great Britain to ask by what right his nation attacked  American ships and enslaved American citizens, and why Muslims held so much  hostility towards America, a nation with which
they had no previous  contacts.


The two future presidents reported  that Ambassador Sidi Haji Abdul Rahman
Adja had answered that Islam "was  founded on the Laws of their
Prophet, that it was written in their Quran  that all nations who would
not acknowledge their authority were sinners,  that it was their right and
duty to make war upon them wherever they could  be found, and to make
slaves of all they could take as prisoners, and that  every Musselman (Muslim) who should be slain in Battle was sure to go to  Paradise."


Despite this stunning admission of  premeditated violence on non-Muslim
nations, as well as the objections of  many notable American leaders,
including George Washington, who warned that  caving in was both wrong and would only further embolden the enemy, for the  following fifteen years
the American government paid the Muslims millions of  dollars for the safe
passage of American ships or the return of American  hostages. The
payments in ransom and tribute amounted to over 20 percent of  the United States government annual revenues in  1800.


Jefferson was disgusted. Shortly after  his being sworn in
as the third President of the United States in 1801, the  Pasha
of Tripoli sent him a note demanding the immediate payment of $225,000
plus $25,000 a year for every year forthcoming. That changed  everything.

Jefferson let the Pasha know, in no  uncertain terms, what he could do with his demand. The Pasha responded by  cutting down the flagpole at the American consulate and declared war on the  United States. Tunis, Morocco, and Algiers immediately followed suit.  Jefferson, until now, had been against America raising a naval force for  anything beyond coastal defense, but, having watched his nation be cowed by  Islamic thuggery for long enough, decided that it was finally time to meet  force with force.


He dispatched a squadron of frigates  to the Mediterranean and taught the Muslim nations of the Barbary Coast a  lesson he hoped they would never forget. Congress authorized Jefferson to  empower U.S. ships to seize all vessels and goods of the Pasha of Tripoli  and to "cause to be done all other acts of precaution or hostility as the  state of war would justify".


When Algiers and Tunis, who were both  accustomed to American cowardice and acquiescence, saw the newly independent  United States had both the will and the right to strike back, they quickly  abandoned their allegiance to Tripoli. The war with Tripoli lasted for four more years, and raged up again in 1815. The bravery of the U.S. Marine Corps  in these wars led to the line "to the shores of Tripoli" in the Marine Hymn,  and they would forever be known as "leathernecks" for the leather collars of  their uniforms, designed to prevent their heads from being cut off by the  Muslim scimitars when boarding enemy ships.
  
Islam, and what its Barbary followers  justified doing in the name of their prophet and their god, disturbed  Jefferson quite deeply.
   
America had a tradition of religious  tolerance. In fact Jefferson, himself, had co-authored the Virginia Statute  for Religious Freedom, but fundamentalist Islam was like no other religion  the world had ever seen. A religion based on supremacy, whose holy book not  only condoned but mandated violence against unbelievers, was unacceptable to  him. His greatest fear was that someday this brand of Islam would return and  pose an even greater threat to the United  States.
  
This should concern every American.  That Muslims have brought about
women-only classes and swimming times at  taxpayer-funded universities and public pools; that Christians, Jews, and  Hindus have been banned from
serving on juries where Muslim defendants are  being judged; Piggy banks
and Porky Pig tissue dispensers have been banned  from workplaces because they offend Islamist sensibilities; ice cream has  been discontinued at certain Burger King locations because the picture on  the wrapper looks
similar to the Arabic script for Allah; public schools are  pulling pork from
their menus; on and on and on and  on...


It's death by a thousand cuts, or  inch-by-inch as some refer to it, and
most Americans have no idea that this  battle is being waged every day across America. By not fighting back, by  allowing groups to obfuscate what is really happening, and not
insisting  that the Islamists adapt to our own culture, the United States is cutting  its own throat with a politically correct knife, and helping to further the Islamists agenda.

Sadly, it appears that  today America's STUPID leaders would rather be politically correct than  victorious!
   
If you have any doubts about the above  information, Google "Thomas Jefferson vs. the Muslim  World."

2 comments:

  1. Double check your heading, the United States Marine Corps was formed November 10th 1775 at Tun Tavern in Philadelphia as Naval Infantry. Hamilton was still a ways off at that time. I will agree that the best peace loving moose lem is flat on his back with flies on his eyeballs. OOrah

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  2. Correct. However, the 'modern' USMC was established 23 years later, under the "Act for establishing and organizing a Marine Corps", signed on 11 July 1798 by President John Adams. This Marine Corps was to consist of a battalion of 500 privates, led by a major and a complement of officers and NCO's. Their most famous action in this period was the First Barbary War (1801-1805), which is consistent with the post above.

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