Thursday, April 23, 2009

FW: Maersk Alabama Pirate Story - Finally coming out



From: Wade Porter
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2009 9:48 AM
To: 'Michael Klein'
Cc: Incerto, M. Scott; William Allensworth; 'Bruce Bennett'
Subject: RE: Maersk Alabama Pirate Story - Finally coming out


No, the way I heard it, Obama (who was born in Somalia, not Kenya, and grew up in a Pirate family, his dad was actually  a great grandson of Captain Kidd)was in on the kidnapping for a third of the take. The money funding the Pirates was an earmark that got through  Congress   and was clearly labeled in Obama’s latest bailout plan, but no one ever bothers to read those things. All the Pirates involved had worked with the Obama Presidential Campaign last year. One of them (Long John) had actually coined the phrase “Yes we can”. Following the election, they were sent by Obama, under diplomatic passports, to Somalia in order to be his eyes and ears on the Pirate operation. Contrary to what your friend reports, Obama had given “shoot to kill” orders to all Naval personnel involved , specifically without regard to the lives of the captive or his crewmembers. This was done to prevent certain documents Obama had sent over to the Pirates (these documents included not only a treasure map, but  all manifests for every American commercial ship passing by the Horn of Africa for the next 90 days) from falling into the hands of the press.. The documents  were printed on White House stationary. The story you sent out is a cover story concocted by the administration which would rather appear cowardly than let America know the more damaging real truth. Just so you know, Obama’s plan was foiled when one of the Pirates was captured alive. Take my word for it, that Jolly Roger never live to stand trial. I understand that Alan Keyes will have a report on this on his radio show today.



From: Michael Klein []
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2009 9:07 AM
To: Wade Porter
Subject: FW: Maersk Alabama Pirate Story - Finally coming out


 do you think this is true? 

This explains why no shots were fired when Capt. Phillips jumped overboard the first time!

  : Maersk Alabama Pirate Story - Finnaly coming out

> From the Navy Side.
 > This was sent to me by a friend who is a retired Navy Captain
 > (That's like a Colonel for you Army guys) who has a friend who's son is
 > in Special Operations. I now understand why nothing happened when
 > Captain Phillips first attempted escape by jumping from the lifeboat. I
 > just couldn't understand why no action was taken when such a clear
 > opportunity presented itself. Now, as Paul Harvey used to say, "Here's
 > the rest of the story!" And it didn't surprise me in the least. ...
 > The thread is generated from someone in the Spec Ops community
 > familiar with the Maersk-Alabama CO hostage situation.
 > For those of you that remember Jimmy Carter and the aborted Iran
 > Hostage Crisis, this is really unsettling. Thank God that the Bainbridge
 > CO and Seal Team Leader acted as they did.
 > Let's see how the White House spins this story once it gets out.
 > I will bet that hard and fast "Keep your mouth shut commands" will be
 > coming out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Let's see ... TG
 > The rest of the story from a US Navy Special Ops guy ...
 > Having spoken to some SEAL pals here in Virginia Beach yesterday
 > and asking why this thing dragged out for 4 days, I got the following:
 > 1. BHO (Obama) wouldn't authorize the SEAL teams to the scene
 > for 36 hours going against OSC (on scene commander) recommendation.
 > 2. Once they arrived, BHO imposed restrictions on their ROE
 > (Rules of Engagement) that they couldn't do anything unless the
 > hostage's life was in "imminent" danger
 > 3. The first time the hostage jumped, the SEALS had the raggies
 > all sighted in, but could not fire due to ROE restriction.
 > 4. When the Navy RIB (Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat) came under
 > fire as it approached with supplies, no fire was returned due to ROE
 > restrictions. As the raggies were shooting at the RIB, they were
 > exposed and the SEALS had them all dialed in.
 > 5. BHO specifically denied two rescue plans developed by the
 > Bainbridge CPN and SEAL teams.
 > 6. Bainbridge Captain and SEAL team Commander finally decide
 > they had the OpArea (Operational Area) and OSC (On Scene Command)
 > authority to solely determine risk to hostage. 4 hours later, 3 dead
 > raggies.
 > 7. BHO immediately claims credit for his "daring and decisive"
 > behavior. As usual with him, it's BS (Bullshit).
 > So per our last email thread, I'm downgrading Oohbaby's
 > performace to D-. Only reason it's not an F is that the hostage
 > survived.
 > Read the following accurate account.
 > Philips' first leap into the warm, dark water of the Indian
 > Ocean hadn't worked out as well. With the Bainbridge in range and a
 > rescue by his country's Navy possible, Philips threw himself off of his
 > lifeboat prison, enabling Navy shooters onboard the destroyer a clear
 > shot at his captors - and none was taken.
 > The guidance from National Command Authority - the president of
 > the United States, Barack Obama - had been clear: a peaceful solution
 > was the only acceptable outcome to this standoff unless the hostage's
 > life was in clear, extreme danger.
 > The next day, a small Navy boat approaching the floating raft
 > was fired on by the Somali pirates - and again no fire was returned and
 > no pirates killed. This was again due to the cautious stance assumed by
 > Navy personnel thanks to the combination of a lack of clear guidance
 > from Washington and a mandate from the commander in chief's staff not to
 > act until Obama, a man with no background of dealing with such issues
 > and no track record of decisiveness, decided that any outcome other than
 > a "peaceful solution" would be acceptable.
 > After taking fire from the Somali kidnappers again Saturday
 > night, the on scene commander decided he'd had enough.
 > Keeping his authority to act in the case of a clear and present
 > danger to the hostage's life and having heard nothing from Washington
 > since yet another request to mount a rescue operation had been denied
 > the day before, the Navy officer - unnamed in all media reports to date
 > - decided the AK47 one captor had leveled at Philips' back was a threat
 > to the hostage's life and ordered the NSWC team to take their shots.
 > Three rounds downrange later, all three brigands became enemy
 > KIA and Philips was safe.
 > There is upside, downside, and spinside to the series of events
 > over the last week that culminated in yesterday's dramatic rescue of an
 > American hostage.
 > Almost immediately following word of the rescue, the Obama
 > administration and its supporters claimed victory against pirates in the
 > Indian Ocean and declared that the dramatic end to the standoff put paid
 > to questions of the inexperienced president's toughness and
 > decisiveness.
 > Despite the Obama administration's (and its sycophants') attempt
 > to spin yesterday's success as a result of bold, decisive leadership by
 > the inexperienced president, the reality is nothing of the sort. What
 > should have been a standoff lasting only hours - as long as it took the
 > USS Bainbridge and its team of NSWC operators to steam to the location -
 > became an embarrassing four day and counting standoff between a ragtag
 > handful of criminals with rifles and a U.S. Navy warship.
 > Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
 > Caveats: NONE


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Blogger Jannie Funster said...


Next a Miss America contestant will be vilified for speaking her mind in a free country!

Just wait and see.

7:35 PM  

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