In the never ending game of Internet whack-a-moe with extremist Muslim web sites popping up on the Internet to recruit and instruct terrorist wannabes on how to kill the non-Muslim infidels like you and me and guys like me doing everything in their power to shut down these extremist Muslim web sites, so called Intelligence ‘Experts’ have the nerve to “balk at my effort“.
Muslim terrorist cleric Anwar Al-Awlaki and his Al-Qaeda propagandist protegee Samir Khan were killed by a hell fire missile in Yemen, a joint CIA-DOD operation, well done. Anwar Al-Awalki and Samir Khan had produced several extremist web sites like ‘Inspire’ and numerous Youtube videos to recruit and instruct terrorist wannabes on how to kill the non-Muslim infidels like you and me, they were US Citizens.
Terrorists Samir Khan and Anwar al-Awlaki in Yemen orchestrated at least 4 terror attacks that hit or missed inside the USA. Anwar al-Awlaki was linked to Mohamed Atta and the 9/11 hijackers. My pal Samir Khan put me on a hit list and posted death threats about me along with a YouTube terror video dedicated to me. The US Government viewed terrorists Samir Khan and Anwar al-Awlaki as such a Internet propagandist threat that they had them terminated, how’s that for shutting down terrorist web site propaganda, and so called Intelligence ‘Experts’ balk at my efforts to shut down the same type of extremist Muslim web sites hosted in the USA, get real!
FOX NEWS: Cyber Vigilante PI Bill Warner. While the debate grows on how to tackle global jihadism on the Internet, some security experts warn that “cyber vigilantes” — people who track and help shut down terror-related Web sites — are compromising government investigations with their amateur sleuthing tactics, (bull-crap). Michael Radu, a senior fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute and an expert on terror-related Web sites (who gets paid to supply info from the web sites), said the government is already overburdened trying to monitor the thousands of sites on the Web believed to contain radical Muslim messages.
Cyber vigilantes typically troll the Internet, searching message boards, Web sites and media sharing sites for incendiary postings from people with ties to terror groups like Al Qaeda. Using Arabic translation software, they monitor postings and even assume fake identities to join online conversations. One of them is Bill Warner, a Sarasota, Fla.-based private investigator and a self-proclaimed cyber-crusader.
One site contained footage of a U.S. military mine sweeper being blown up by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED). According to Warner, the site claims that all the troops aboard the vehicle were killed. (www.alekhlaas.info) In early 2008, Bill Warner was instrumental in helping shut down three Web sites hosted by a Tampa Internet service provider (ISP) that contained text, images and video related to attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The same site, which is still operational, shows what appears to be footage of fighters in Afghanistan firing on U.S. troops and what is believed to be the destruction of an American mine sweeper in Iraq. Bill Warner said the popular site is nearing 19 million hits over the last 10 months, and is among a growing number meant to incite would-be followers to join the ranks of extremist groups like Al Qaeda and provide information on how to carry out attacks and build weapons. “This is what Al Qaeda does now,” said Bill Warner. He said the World Wide Web is where the real fight for global jihad is being fought.
Recent Muslim terrorist lone wolf operations were based on bomb building information posted to extremist Muslim websites like ‘Inspire’. Muslim terrorists like the ‘T” brothers at the Boston Marathon bombing got their inspiration and information from ‘Inspire” a extremist Muslim web site that instruct terrorist wannabes on how to kill the non-Muslim infidels like you and me.