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Monday, December 15, 2008

Bill Warner, the director of the Center for the Study of Political Islam And the Other Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator & Cyber Vigilante.

Two Bill Warner's involved in the fight agaisnt radical islam in the USA, see bio's on both of the Bill Wanrer's below;

Bill Warner the Director of the Center for the Study of Political Islam, What’s going on here?
• Muslim hijackers fly airplanes into the World Trade Center, killing themselves and thousands of New Yorkers
• A Danish cartoon showing the prophet Mohammed with a bomb-shaped turban sparks deadly riots throughout the world
• No daily newspaper is complete without new reports of Islamic violence or terrorist plots
• Islamic influence quickly spreading through the U.S., Europe and the world
• Our security and way of life seem increasingly threatened.


What’s going on here? It’s the most pressing, vital question of our time. Answering it is crucial to our understanding of the world in which we live, and in defending and protecting our way of life.

Up until now, the answers have been unsatisfactory. We can’t understand Islamic doctrine without understanding its sacred foundations -- the three texts that inform and direct virtually every thought and act in the Muslim world.
Through a new, simpler and more complete system, the Center for the Study of Political Islam offers these sacred texts to the general reader. You want answers. You want understanding. Here they are. What’s going on here? Find out.

How can we make the guard dog bark? We must stop waiting for a big enough catastrophe to wake up our dogs. September 11 was not enough to wake up NBC.

We must form political units that work in unison. Our nation started with conventions. Kafirs must get together in forums, groups and conventions. Before any government goes to war against political Islam, it must be pressured to do so by its citizens.

Any convention must form an intellectual basis for war. That is, it must define the enemy. It is the purpose of the enemy, Islam, to annihilate our kafir civilization.

Islam's goal is to control all public speech, education, finance, laws, art, literature, entertainment, the media and customs. After the enemy is formally defined, then we must train our dhimmi guard dogs. We must be confrontational, since a mitzvah won't do the job.

The only organization that seems potentially to be able to host such an event would be ACT for America. Professor Paul Eidelberg has a wonderful article on how such an event might be managed.But our guard dogs will never bark until they are trained to do so.

Bill Warner, Center for the Study of Political Islam
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The other Bill Warner, 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.

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. Click here for more on Bill Warner.

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)

The same site, which is still operational (12/15/08 now shut down), 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.

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 Warner. He said the World Wide Web is where the real fight for global jihad is being fought. Sites such as these are often hosted by ISPs in the U.S. because they have large bandwidth, making posting and viewing large videos easier. Because of the anonymous nature of the Internet and foreign language content, U.S.-based ISPs can't provide sufficient screening and oversight.

Warner said he alerted the local police and the FBI in Tampa after he identified three Web sites hosted by the Florida ISP. In some cases the sites were removed within hours. But he said others remained online for days after he reported their presence.



Bill Warner
Private Investigator
WBI Inc Private Detective Agency
Phone 941-926-1926
e-mail wbi@comcast.net
www.wbipi.com