Tuesday, June 4, 2013

"As soon as I heard about a triple throat slashing murder of Jews on 9/11, I knew. "

The indispensable Pam Geller has this at Atlas Shrugged:

It is now been confirmed that the Muslims who blew people up at the Boston Marathon were responsible for the triple murder of three Jewish boys whose throats were slashed on September 11, 2011, the tenth anniversary of the September 11th jihad attack on America. 
If law enforcement was properly schooled in the jihadic doctrine and Islamic teaching, they would have known that the slaughter of Jews is one of the highest forms of jihad under Islam. If law enforcement were properly trained in the Islamic threat, they would have known that the throat slashing (beheading) of three Jews on the anniversary of September 11 was an act of war. 
Why didn't they know? Because Islamic supremacist groups, Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas groups like CAIR, have relentlessly worked to dismantle counter-terror programs of any and all references of jihad and Islamic teachings. And they have succeeded. Obama has scrubbed all references to Islamic jihad from counter terror manuals and training materials. 
If law enforcement had been properly trained in the jihad threat, they would have worked with FBI and CIA to identify the Muslims who murdered these Jewish boys. The Tsarnaev brothers were already on the FBI and CIA radar. The Russians and the Saudis had alerted both security agencies of their jihad ties. 
If law enforcement had been properly trained, the Boston bombing would never have happened. People would not have lost their lives, their limbs ..... 
This wasn't a tough crime to solve. As soon as I heard about a triple throat slashing murder of Jews on 9/11, I knew. And I am no Agatha Christie. 
This is the human cost of dhimmitude and submission to Islam in America. And we have only just begun paying with blood. 
And lastly, why does the media continue to omit the fact that the victims from the 9/11/01 jihad murder were Jewish? It is one of the the most crucial facts of the case.

These Obama-scum federal agencies were investigating the shit out of Tea Party folks-- some got visits from the IRS, the FBI, the ATF, OSHA-- while Islamic jihadis already known to our government slit the throats of three Jews on 9-11-11, jet off to Chechnya to train to make bombs, the Russians write letters to our government warning that these guys are terrorists, and the Saudi's won't even let them into Mecca because they're terrorists, yet our Tea Party-hunting government lets the senior terrorist back in the country, makes his younger terrorist brother an American citizen,  gives both terrorists welfare and free tuition, and then sits back and ignores them until they kill and maim hundreds of innocents in Boston.

The government hunts conservatives like criminals.

Obvious Russian-and-Saudi-certified Islamic terrorists in the U.S. who have already slaughtered three innocent Jews and who will soon kill and maim hundreds of people-- well, heck, our government won't even call them Islamists, let alone stop them.

Understand what is happening. 

17 comments:

  1. The Christian right-wing religious zealots in this country are currently a bigger threat to our freedoms then the Muslims because the Christians have the political power that comes with control of a major political party. In 2012, states controlled by Republicans passed 43 laws restricting abortions, while I’m sure fundamentalist Muslims applaud your efforts to control women (and discriminate against gays for that matter), they lack the power to get it done themselves, and need to rely on their ideological fraternal twins to get it done. So make lots of noise about the Muslims while ignoring your ricin mailing gun loving Christian soldier Dutschke, as you unwittingly do your best to implement the Muslim agenda legislatively.

    -KW

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    1. Yawn... Bill Maher said it best: comparing the violence of Islam to Christianity is "liberal bullshit". But if the moral equivalency argument helps you to feel smug and self-righteous, by all means, be my guest.

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    2. KW,

      Did the Venusians tell you that, too?

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    3. KW. The fact that John Brown was a 'terrorist' and engaged in an insurrection in order to fight slavery does NOT mean that the fight against slavery was a bad thing. The fight against abortion is a good thing, no matter how many or how few people actually commit crimes in their misguided efforts to stop the horror.

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  2. There's an even greater scandal. Physicians and radiologists in Ohio are investigating suspected cases of pneumonia, despite the fact that there are undiagnosed cases of cancer in Boston.

    Doctors in Ohio should stop looking for cases of pneumonia until all possible cancers in Boston have been either diagnosed or excluded.

    A silly scenario? No sillier than Egnor's suggestion - that the IRS investigating suspected abuse of tax free status of charities and political groups in Ohio and other states impeded a murder investigation in Boston. Unless Egnor is claiming that members of the police homicide squad were seconded to the IRS investigation.

    If the police missed possible leads in the murder of 3 people, that they were killed by people known by the victims or that there was a religious motive, then that's a problem of the original investigation. Not due to completely separate investigations carried out by different areas of law enforcement.

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  3. Adm. G Boggs, Glenbeckistan NavyJune 4, 2013 at 8:34 AM

    We've discovered that the words liberty, freedom, constitution, and patriot will bring down heavy scrutiny and investigations by government racketeers. People who identify with those concepts have been branded by the Department of Homeland Security as potential terrorists.

    Meanwhile, we hear representatives of the Justice Department and its enforcement arm, the FBI, warning non-Muslim Americans to forego their FIrst Amendment rights and tread carefully in their criticism of Muslims, lest they be charged with federal crimes.

    And the fruit of current policy is barbarians, actual terrorists and vicious murderers of Jews, being given tens of thousands of dollars worth of cash, food stamps, subsidized housing and college expenses that have been sucked out of the bank accounts of working families and borrowed on the future accounts of American children.

    And just this spring, the President of the United States told the graduating class at OSU that he hears sinister "voices" and that if they, too, hear the "voices" they should reject them. He's moved out of tinfoil hat territory and right into the Maternal Suite of the Bates Motel and Rest Home.

    To counter this insanity, conservative state governments are suing the Administration in record numbers, and they are refusing to participate in the ridiculous Obamacare debacle.

    Libertarian Senators and Representatives are doing their best to stymie the insane legislative agenda.

    It is past time for the productive citizenry of American society to lend a hand, lawyer up, and paralyze this Administration with court proceedings. And we need to pour money into the election process and bird-dog the election process to prevent another outbreak of mass election fraud.

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    1. Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel.

      Samuel Johnson

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    2. Adm. G Boggs, Glenbeckistan NavyJune 4, 2013 at 9:46 AM

      Let me help you with that. I can see you're struggling...

      Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel.
      --- James Boswell (attributed to Johnson in Boswell's Life)

      A patriot is he whose publick conduct is regulated by one single motive, the love of his country; who, as an agent in parliament, has, for himself, neither hope nor fear, neither kindness nor resentment, but refers every thing to the common interest.
      --- Samuel Johnson (The Patriot)

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    3. That's pretty funny, admiral. The words "common interest" are going to make the conservatives' heads explode. That's creeping socialism if not outright communism.

      LOL

      Hoo

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    4. Adm. G Boggs, Glenbeckistan NavyJune 4, 2013 at 10:20 AM

      What part of "Love your neighbor as yourself." don't you understand? It's one of the basic tenets of the Christian Right.

      And I I'm not really seeing the "common interest" that guided the leaders of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or the National Socialist Party.

      But I do know that one of the basic tenets of the Progressive Left is "Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon."

      So I think you're confusing Left and Right.

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    5. Try telling that to the libertarians. Common interest is anathema to them.

      Hoo

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    6. Hoo,

      Not exactly.
      We simply see the common interest best served by individualism and independence. From the individual up, not government down is our model. Free people are happy people, and a small accountable government is much more effective at performing it's (limited) functions efficiently.
      ""Love your neighbor as yourself." is not really love when it is enforced by an elite. Charity is not the same as government compelled socialism or communism.
      If I love, I give my love freely and without conditions. That is the Love that our Lord called for. We seek a charitable and FREE society, not a controlled egalitarian one.
      I guess what I am saying is the 'ends' do not justify the means. I think you mistake the mainstream of libertarian thought with anarchistic groups. This is akin to mixing progressives with liberals. The differences may seem subtle, but they are profound.

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    7. crus,

      The libertarians' vision of common interest through individualism is not exactly in the spirit of Johnson's quote. He really means serving in the government to further the common good.

      Hoo

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    8. Hoo,

      I am not too familiar with the works of the American founders, to be completely honest. So I take no position on that back and forth.
      I am, after all, a dreaded red coat (we call it crimson). I obviously misunderstood the argument. Apologies to both parties.
      I was simply stating the position of this libertarian minded individual and those that I know (and even occasionally agree with :P). My comment was one of general sentiment among the libertarians I know and of libertarianism in general in regards to common good.

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    9. Hoo. Libertarians are not necessarily Randians.

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  4. I hate to say it, but this revelation does not shock me at all. I mean it is horrific, and I am in deep sympathy with the victims - but the deliberate ineptitude of the 'authorities' is becoming increasingly standard fare.
    Many of us have long suspected that completely unbalanced response to the Jihad has been a kind of distraction or ruse.
    The universal terms 'terrorists' and the 'war on terror' kind of give away the game. Instead of focusing on the actual threat and (Ideological enemies) the target has been made DELIBERATELY very broad and vague. All sorts of artificial 'blind spots' have been created in order to keep the tension high, while insignificant fringe groups (ie cranks and kooks) and political enemies have found themselves in the cross hairs of a massive, unprecedented, and growing confab of federal agencies. We are only seeing the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the creeping tyranny in these so called 'anti terror' measures have brought in.
    Consider: While these murdering swine have been ignored and given a de facto carte blanche to murder and terrorize entire communities and cities, normal Americans have been subjected to 'paperz pleaz' type checkpoints, restrictions of all sorts of liberties (too many to list - but including the assault on the 1A, 2A, and 10A), and the militarization/federalization of their police forces. How many times has this cycle repeated now? How many more will it happen?

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    1. CNTD

      We all know these efforts to 'prevent terrorists' have not been effective (besides the so called 'stings') and it is now time to ask 'why'. Maybe creating false terror threats by supplying mental deficient idiots with the materiel and ignoring the REAL threat is not the key? Maybe farmers and survivalists are NOT the same as the Mujahedin? Juts maybe...
      From my own perspective, I have always seen these measures as a laughable distraction. They will not work. Why? NO FOCUS on the treat. I have seen a real anti-terror effort work twice in my life. Once as a child in the UK (IRA) and several times as an adult in Israel.
      The real difference between my stance and that of the author is that I do not see this as merely a cowardly reaction to an ideological threat. That is only the method to implement these faux measures. I see the real motive as a concept to consolidate power and transform a nation USING the threat to create an authoritarian society. To transform a 'dying' (it did not have to!) republic into a federal empire. History is replete with such examples. Think of the last time 'terror' was successfully by the ruling elite (for a few years used) in France, for but one.

      These murdering maniacs (the Boston Jihadis) did not just get through, they were effectively (by policy) let through. The attack was typical of the Jihadi MO, but the reaction is what we need to pay attention to. The reaction is what WE control.
      The Boston attacks were, for example, immediately seized upon to justify a completely disproportionate response on the citizens of the Boston suburbs. No sooner had the attack been televised there was people crying out for even more 'security'.
      Don't get me wrong. I don't blame them for being terrified and wanting SOMETHING done. Nor do I blame the individual field agents and police for this Orwellian mess. They are 'just following orders' and doing so under an artificial panic.
      I do blame the people who KNOWINGLY implement this Hegelian legislation. Nor do I ONLY blame the people in Washington today. This creep began well over a decade ago. The Jiahdis just played right into it. They have been very useful tools - and continue to be.
      To surmise: 'The war on terror' is a political reaction to a Jihad in order to force a synthesis. That reaction has been tooled and used to do things that undermine the very fabric of your Constitutional Republic. The enemy's sword is being used to shred your rights.
      Think I am nuts folks? Sure. Maybe. But us 'nuts' are growing in numbers - especially among those of us who have actually SEEN and experienced the REAL enemy.
      Apply this logic to the current scandals and the previous 'terror' attacks. You'll quickly see that the insanity you perceive is not native to my mind, but simply that I am relating a scenario which is driven by a maniacal lust for centralized power and control. It is a crazy subject, not a crazy observation.

      Where does this puscht originate? That is something I cannot say, and would not if I could. When the American people become more aware of it (and they are!) it will quickly become apparent.
      I pray it happens sooner than later, for the sake of all concerned - not least of which are my own countrymen and family.
      The longer this goes on the nastier the reversal will be.
      Do something now folks.
      One word of advice: Accountability.
      That's the key to unlocking the cage your republic is locked in.

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