Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Good Muslims Kill (Part 2)

Many Americans refuse to believe the Islamic terrorists are a threat to the free world and those who talk of the danger are thought of as war mongers. They simply refuse to take them at their word as many refused to take Hitler’s warnings in Mein Kampf seriously.

In the Times article of May 29th, written by Michael Powell, he quotes a woman in Atlanta asking candidate Giuliani, “Why does so much of the world hate us? Haven’t we failed to understand Arab grievances? We misinterpret their word ‘jihad’ which is not necessarily a hostile word.”

Truly an Alice In Wonderland view.

In a May 28th New York Times article, reporters Michael Moss and Souad Mekhennet provided a chilling report on what the future holds. The article begins, “When Muhammad al-Darsi got out of prison in Libya last year after serving time for militant activities, he had one goal: killing Americans in Iraq. A recruiter…told him he was not needed in Iraq. Instead, he was drafted into the war that is seeping out of Iraq. A team of militants from Iraq had traveled to Jordan, where they were preparing attacks on Americans and Jews…”

In other words, the terrorist jihad will continue and many of the terrorists will be those who are now fighting in Iraq. It cannot be stated often enough that the goal of the Islamic terrorists is the destruction of Western civilization and the restoration of the caliphate. The caliphate would unite all Muslims in one theocratic state, running from and including Spain to Indonesia, encompassing nearly 1.4 billion Muslims.

A terrorist recently convicted in Great Britain was deported to Jamaica after trial. The Times reports in an article of May 26th by Alan Cowell, “Mr. Faisal had been convicted in February 2003 of soliciting murder and inciting racial hatred…urging his followers to kill Hindus, Christians, Jews and American citizens…During Mr. Faisal’s trial, prosecutors played a videotape showing him telling 150 young followers after the Sept. 11 attacks in the United States that the Koran justified attacks on non-Muslims.

He was also heard to promise teenage Muslim boys that their reward in paradise would be 72 virgins if they died as religious martyrs.”

You can’t make this stuff up.

Will we and the rest of the Western world wake up in time so that we can survive the 30-year war that will take place after we leave Iraq?

They want to kill us, and apparently, many Americans don’t believe it.


At 5:45 AM, Blogger Steve Harkonnen said...

America's ignorance will equate to her sad demise. This flux of ignorance, combined with denial from the far left, is actually our enemy's best weapon.

At 5:52 AM, Blogger nanc said...

we'll see it in our lifetime and they'll blame the few "radicals" while the moderate to peaceful muslims zippenzeelippenzee.

until an american city has the look and feel of a beirut or baghdad - the left is not going to believe it.

apparently, they don't mind the taste of sand or having it up their noses and in their eyes. best i can figure.

At 8:34 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Look, I happen to know many Palestinians personally, and they are good, honest people. I mean, people used to use and abuse Yassar Arafat, but he was really a nice, kind hearted guy. I knew him, and when we used to get together for target practice at schoolyard outside Tel Aviv or a hospital outside Jerusalem to shoot Jews, he never, ever fired a second shot at any kid he had already wounded. That just goes to show his highly developed sense of fairness.

And honor. You could not find a more honorable guy. If he told someone he was going to detroy the State of Israel, you could count on him to honor that commitment, no matter how many times other officials from the Palestinian Authority or his government would denounce any such intentions. The guy was stand-up, all the way... just like Qassam!

At 9:03 AM, Blogger John Brown said...

Why in the world would anyone want revenge for the genocidal attack Uncle Sam has waged for almost 20 years on the people of Iraq?

I mean, why does anyone care that Sam's nuked, bombed, rampaged and tortured a whole country to steal their oil and suck off the Zionists.

Did Uncle Sam's Sky-Goblin insist that Vanilla Sam slaughter Iraq on a rampage for empire, AC?

You did Sam's wetwork for a time, did you not? So you're in a good position to answer. Was the murdering you did for the Empire, was it for your Sky-Goblin, or both?

Do you think Uncle Sam's Sky-Goblin counted on all them HEAD COFFINS, though?

At 10:20 AM, Blogger nanc said...

you MUST be deaf, brownie - because if you could hear yourself babbling, you'd probably shoot yourself! in the head! because you've probably blown your feet to bits by now!

At 10:24 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sure, I'll tell you why I pulled my diplomats out. Unless I start getting 10% of all UNRWA contributions, my Palestinian brothers can take their own lumps. I'll be damned if I'll protect those cheap b*stards for nothing! Even Yassar gave me my cut, and if those Hizbollah newbies can't profit share like Fatah did, screw 'em! They have my damn Swiss Bank Account Numbers. All they've got to do is increment Yassar's old account number by 1 and make the EFTs. Cheap b*stards!

And btw, Comrade, you're getting a little behind in your kickbacks too. Tell those cheap African Union b*tches that unless they up my percentage, I'll dump another billion barrels on the market. That'll teach those Kaddafi punks not to mess with me! There's more than one way to milk to the UN and West!

At 10:30 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

UNRWA operations are financed almost entirely by voluntary contributions from governments and the European Union, which account for 96 per cent of all income. Most contributions are received in cash, although 3.5 per cent of income is received in kind, mainly as donations for food commodities for distribution to needy Palestine refugees. Four per cent of income is from United Nations bodies to cover staffing costs, including the funding of 113 international staff posts by the United Nations Secretariat. Unlike the United Nations as a whole, UNRWA has no system of assessed contributions.

The Agency’s largest donors in 2005 were the European Commission, the United States, Sweden and Norway. As of 31 October 2006, the Agency's largest contributors are the United States, the European Commission, Sweden, Norway the United Kingdom and Canada.

UNRWA’s General Assembly-approved cash budget for 2006 is US$ 470.9 million. This funds the Agency’s ongoing Education, Health and Relief and Social Services activities. As of October 2006, contributions pledged to this cash budget by UN and donors total US$ 335.5 million. An additional US$ 150.4 million has been budgeted for projects and US$17.6 million for in-kind donations.

In keeping with previous years, UNRWA will likely have to initiate measures to reduce implementation of some planned activities to bring its regular budget closer to its likely income from donors. In 2005, UNRWA’s regular cash budget was approved at a level of US$339.2 million. However, actual expenditure was US$345 million while income was US$326 million.

So when can I expect my $47.1 million, j bro? Unless I hear from you soon, no more cooperation with Iran or Syria with Cuban chemical & bio weapons technology, capiche?

At 10:34 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

btw - the Israeli's invaded just like you said they would... and look, our UNWRA went up 30%, just like you said it would.

A couple of Qassam rockets, kidnap a couple of Jews and bingo, I net an extra $10 mil.

Who says you can't get rich from war relief...


At 10:38 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And Arafat only socked away $5 billion (US) in his Swiss Account. I've got 10x that!

At 10:42 AM, Blogger Jay Tuch said...

No one could have foretold the fall of the great ancient empires...Rome, Babylon, Persia and Egypt. But fall they did. Anyone who thinks the US can't go down the same path is a fool. Liberalism and freedom of everything is killing us.

At 11:10 AM, Blogger WomanHonorThyself said...

We misinterpret their word ‘jihad’ which is not necessarily a hostile word.” ...are they kidding?..thats more insane than Bush telling us that our immigration policy is NOT amnesty!..what a joke!

At 12:34 PM, Blogger John Brown said...


You know better than anyone that Uncle Sam is the worlds biggest proliferator of chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons.

He uses nukes every day in Iraq, and your Colombian brothers are the victims of Uncle Sam's relentless campaign of chemical warfare that enable him to run the international drug trade (with the help of his key allies in alCIAda).

I don't expect most of the people on this site to examine the actions of Uncle Sam critically, because they would rather ignore the truth of what's happening on the Plantation.

But I expected better of you!

At 7:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hell, I used chemical weapons on the Venezuelan people AGAIN today! Peasants are revolting. Why can't they be happy with the coins I toss from my car? Why do they insist on having their own television stations? Why can't they all just watch my new PBS station?

I'll teach them though. I'll just have 'em drag a few campesinos into my dungeon in Miraflores and kick them in the nutz for a coupla hours. That should be fun, and I'm sure Dr. Mengele, my new Cuban doctor would approve of all the exercise! He tells me I've been putting on weight. Do I look fat to you, brownie?

At 7:31 PM, Blogger Brown John said...

My doctor told me to turn my head and start coffin. He's a funny guy!

At 8:14 PM, Blogger nanc said...

ODL! what was he holdin' on to? your ears?

At 8:14 PM, Blogger John Brown said...

You look strong as ever, Comrade - nothing like the Coked-up boozer squatting in our White House!

Do what you've got to do, El Presidente!

If the opposition isn't content with calling for your assassination on 95% of Venezuela's media, that's their problem.

Shut down CNN, too! The FCC here on Sam's Plantation prefers to raid and shut down real news, so your moves to shut down enemy propaganda is a nice change!

As for the students - don't worry! Anyone who knows the sordid history of Uncle Sam's Black Ops knows who funds them! And everyone in the world - even that lunatic nutjob Pat Roberon - knows that Uncle Sam's gunning for you.

That's why they've tried to rig about a dozen elections there like they did in Florida in 2000!

But they will overreach now as they always do, Comrade. Be patient, and soon the opportunity will present itself to smash Uncle Sam's spoiled and well-funded Vanilla Toadies for good!

At 9:16 PM, Blogger nanc said...


At 5:33 AM, Blogger naxalite said...


7456 pk!

At 5:53 AM, Blogger Always On Watch said...

Why don't Americans recognize the Islamic threat?

1. Americans today have short attention spans. They don't want to do the necessary research.

2. The media don't cover the salient points about Islam. Or if they do cover it, it's a cursory coverage as the hosts and anchors of the shows "run out of time" and move on to some other story--usually an insignificant one.

3. Americans are optimistic. They believe that if others experience our ideals of freedom, they will be "converted."

Just three quick reasons for the blindness.

At 6:11 AM, Blogger American Crusader said...

First Chavez closes RCTV and now he is calling Globovision an enemy of the state. He has even accused Globovision of trying to incite his assassination.
This man clearly is shutting down all opposition to his rule.
Nothing George Bush has ever done comes close.

At 6:18 AM, Blogger American Crusader said...

John Brown.. how come everyone forgets the death count under Saddam Hussein.
At least 2 million deaths in his 10-year campaign against Iran.
Chemical weapons killed at least 100,000 Kurds in Saddam's genocidal attack.
The Documental Center for Human Rights has compiled documentation on over 600,000 civilian executions.
And let's not forget that the vast majority of civilian deaths since the Iraq invasion have been a result of sectarian violence fueled by Iran and Saudi Arabia.

At 6:51 AM, Blogger Urban Infidel said...

When did we 'nuke for oil'?

At 6:55 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Have you seen Fidel? I think I'm gonna need some more gas, and I'm NOT talking petroleum! I need to place a RUSH order!

At 7:12 AM, Blogger American Crusader said...

Urban Infidel said...
When did we 'nuke for oil'?

Never...but it's a good strategy.

At 10:16 AM, Blogger Urban Infidel said...

That Paleo Murder Mouse in your icon is cracking me up!

At 11:10 AM, Blogger Gayle said...

I got caught up in the comment thread and forgot what the post was about...

Oh yes, the reality of Islamic terrorism. Well, many people can't believe in anything they can't see, hear, smell, taste or touch up close, so I guess when the threat becomes up close so they can see, hear, smell taste and touch it all at the same time then they will finally believe it, although it may be just a wee bit too late by then.

At 1:43 PM, Blogger Freedomnow said...

John Brown knows that he isnt chatting with Hugo Chavez, doesnt he?

For real?!!!!!!!!!

At 2:28 PM, Blogger John Brown said...

You're right, AC:

The reason Iraq is so chaotic right now has nothing to do with the carpet bombing, the 200,000+ Storm-Trooper occupation (including Uncle Sam's lapdogs and hired guns).

It has nothing to do with chemical or nuclear bombings Uncle Sam delivers on a daily basis.

It has nothing to do with alCIAda's mosque-bombers or the torture camps.

It has nothing to do with the fact that Uncle Sam's ambition since the start of the occupation has been to foment a Sectarian Bloodbath as he does everywhere in the world.

Nope: it's Iran's fault.

Oh, and Saudi Arabia, too.

Uncle Sam has nothing at all to say about Saudi Arabia's actions, of course. They're total renegades, right!

It's not like our economic futures depend on each other or anything.

At 2:38 PM, Blogger John Brown said...

I don't forget the death count under Saddam Hussein.

Saddam was no Hugo Chavez. That's clear.

Nor do I forget who armed him and supplied his military with intelligence during the most active phases of his bloodbath.

Sort of like Noriega. Or Alvaro Uribe. Or Suharto. Or Pinochet. Or any of the litany of fascist dictators Uncle Sam propped up with guns over his genocidal life.

The 2 million figure is suspect for an obvious reason that you, as a military man, know quite well: wars have casualties on both sides. Iran did its fair share of killing once Uncle Sam gave his boy Saddam the go-ahead to invade.

How else did Ronnie the Crip free those Hostages: he used Apartheid Israel to sell Iran weapons.

Uncle Sam knows one thing: how to profit off murder. And the Iran-Iraq, in which he sold weapons to both sides after formenting war between them, was Bonzo's crowning achievement.

At 2:43 PM, Blogger John Brown said...

Now why in the world would Comrade Hugo call Globoivison an enemy of the state.

Oh yeah... perhaps because the station was instrumental in Uncle Sam's 2002 military coup that tried to overthrow the government.

Seems like a good enough reason to me.

Shut it down! And while you're at it, find Gustavo Cisneros (he's probably hanging out with Luis Posada Carriles in Miami with the Cuban drug-runners and Mafia dons) and put 9oz. of lead into his skull!

While you're at it, take CNN down too, Comrade!

Revolution means that it's time for Indigenous, not imperialist, voices.

At 4:02 PM, Blogger nanc said...

okay - let's take a vote:

should we nuke for oil?


At 4:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, come on JB, that isn't why I called for a shutdown of Globovision, and you know it. I called for the shutdown because they showed this vile, nasty documentary recapping the RCTV broadcast era Monday night with historical film footage of news events that included pictures of the 1980's assassination attempt against Pope John Paul II.

What the traitors really wanted to say was that the people should assassinate me! Well I sure got them back. I hired some semiotics experts that can PROVE that my assassination was what those traitors at Globovision intended by those pictures and were calling for!

They won't get away with this! I can promise you that!

btw - We're still on for tonight, right? Casanova Street! Don't forget to wear your bogey shoes (and the young girl's are real clean of STDs, you won't have to wear the old raincoat). *wink- wink*.

At 4:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The government lashed out at Globovisión, the country’s only remaining television channel that is critical of its policies, accusing it of manipulating images to incite an assassination attempt against President Hugo Chávez. Willian Lara, the communications minister, called for an investigation of Globovisión, a 24-hour news channel, saying semioticians hired by the government had determined that video run by the channel of an assassination attempt in 1981 against Pope John Paul II could be interpreted as hostile to Mr. Chávez. Mr. Lara, who also denounced CNN’s coverage of Venezuela, made his claims as the police dispersed protests for a second day against a decision forcing the dissident network RCTV off the air on Sunday.

And we ALL KNOW just how ADVANCED the field of SEMIOTCS is, don't we! You'd be surprised the kind of expertise you can buy with hard currency surpluses!

At 4:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

YGH Credibility poll...

Question - John Brown. Just how credible are his allegations of CIA plots against Chavez"

Answer - 0

Question - Why so low?

Answer - He never backs any of them up with facts. He simply makes renewed allegations with each response.

At 4:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 4:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

...and for are semiotics impaired readers...

At 4:49 PM, Blogger John Brown said...

Except for that pesky April 2002 coup, right Hugo?

Cisneros and his alCIAda buddies had a bit role there, right?

At 4:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

...and that role was...(or it's just another unfounded allegation)

At 4:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

btw - What was my role in the '92 coup? I lead it, of course!

At 9:21 AM, Blogger American Crusader said...

John Brown say...
Uncle Sam's ambition since the start of the occupation has been to foment a Sectarian Bloodbath

Interesting analysis. So you believe that this was Bush's plan from the start. In your eyes then, our strategy has worked to perfection.
Of course this counters the theory that Bush went in without a plan.

Personally, I don't believe Bush is near that Machiavellian but as a strategy, it does have some merit.

Sectarian violence might spread into neighboring states, destroying the Syrian (Sunni)/Iran (Shi'ite) alliance. This would end Syrian support to Hezbollah and cut off their source of funds and munitions.
Iran would be isolated and forced to quit their nuclear ambitions.
Israel would then finish Hezbollah off, leaving them to fight the winner of Hamas-Fatah.
Lebanon would become a staple moderate democracy as the remnants of Hezbollah are completely wiped out.
Pseudo-stineans, having lost financial support as the region descends into chaos, would capitulate and finally admit that in reality, they are Arabs.

Not bad...

At 10:37 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

...if only Europe would wake up and smell the coffee... that the road to hell is paved with good intentions... and Euro and US dollar "relief contributions" have paved (and continue to pave) a living hell for the Israeli's.

At 2:32 PM, Blogger beakerkin said...


Click on the link on my site to Amil's blog. Amil is an ex-Muslim and faces genuine danger for what he writes.

Sometimes those who come from countries that lack freedom understand it better than deluded elitists. Totalitarianism by any other scheeme is foul.

At 9:53 PM, Blogger nanc said...

good! brownie finally shut up - his shift at burger king must have started.

At 7:23 AM, Blogger Brown John said...

No, I called in sick. I've got a head coughin my head.

At 8:22 AM, Blogger Gayle said...

Good morning, AC! Wow! This is one of the weirdest comment threads I've ever read!

At 11:40 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

...must be something in the water.

At 5:42 PM, Blogger Steve Harkonnen said...

Look, I happen to know many Palestinians personally, and they are good, honest people.

If it were up to me, they'd all be relocated or dead.

At 8:52 AM, Blogger Brooke said...

Hey, it's starting to smell a lot better in here. ;)

At 8:39 PM, Blogger nanc said...

a.c. - let me know if you have any trouble with clogged blog again - we'll be glad to help you out. i ain't lyin'.

At 6:51 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think American Crusader is just about right on.

At 6:53 PM, Blogger nanc said...

is there going to be a part 3?

just curious *:]


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