From Fjordman, a story about the Obama administration's new security strategy. Call it the rope the Obama adminstration is selling -- sorry, making us buy -- to hang ourselves.
From today's Telegraph report
"We've seen an increasing number of individuals here in the United States become captivated by extremist activities or causes," said John Brennan, deputy national security advisor for counter-terrorism and homeland security. "The president's national security strategy explicitly recognises the threat to the United States posed by individuals radicalised here at home," Mr Brennan said Wednesday at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Major Nidal Hasan, an American-born army psychiatrist who is the only suspect in the killing of 13 people at Fort Hood army base last year, was allegedly drawn to radical thought while serving in the armed forces.
Gotta watch those armed forces radicals.
Mr Brennan also appeared to deliver the White House's most explicit rejection yet of "war on terror" terminology favored by the former administration of George W. Bush, which drove US foreign policy for years after the September 11 attacks of 2001.
And was already a PC, see-no-Islam cop-out, not incidentally, a term of submission.
"The president's strategy is absolutely clear about the threat we face. Our enemy is not terrorism because terrorism is but a tactic. "Our enemy is not terror because terror is a state of mind and, as Americans, we refuse to live in fear.
But we love to live in ignorance.
"Nor do we describe our enemy as jihadists or Islamists because jihad is holy struggle, a legitimate tenet of Islam meaning to purify oneself or one's community."
Kind of like purifying the Lower Manhattan community of those haram towers, eh, Brennan?