June 6, 2010

"I wanna, like, be the world's known terrorist."

"A lot of people need to get killed, bro, swear to God. My soul cannot rest until I shed blood.... Freaking Major Nidal, shaved-face-Palestinian-crazy-guy. He's not better than me. I'll do twice what he did... I'm going to get a gun. I'm the type of person to use it at any time.... I'll have more bodies on it than the hairs on my beard."

It's nice to be able to laugh at this idiocy.

19 comments:

traditionalguy said...

This poor schumck must have been another fool Arab. The dangerous plots have Egyptians in leadership.

edutcher said...

To young Bonaparte, people like that were known as cannon fodder.

Today, they are what the 1st Ranger Battalion calls target practice.

rick said...

Kinda reminds me of the Columbine adolescents.....except they fortunately failed in their stated goal.

They sure don't seem to fit the Napolitano profile: returning veterans or rightwing extremists

GMay said...

A radical muslim? Golly!

traditionalguy said...

The biggest lie Obambi likes to act out is the implication that showing a Middle eastern country how weak and powerless you are will result in an end to war there. He clearly knows that is not true, but has such little respect for US citizens that he thinks we will believe that. The Israeli government that he has been devaluing and abandoning is the truth telling entity that he must cut us off from as fast as his Government Media can manufacture a new reality of smoke and mirrors.

Paddy O said...

Some one needs to teach them words of life.

Words of death are very sad ways of finding an identity. Full of chaos and distortion and manufactured bravado that sadly often works it way out in bold acts of real violence. All because they want to be a real person. Only they have no idea who they are and now the State is the one who gets to tell them.

kent said...

Alessa the US-born son of Palestinian immigrants.

Oh. The shock. My heart.

William said...

They don't seem very bright, but how smart do you have to be to murder people. Perhaps their stupidity gives them a tactical advantage.

Rialby said...

"Today, they are what the 1st Ranger Battalion calls target practice."

Unfortunately for us, these are the types of people who never take on the 1st Ranger Battalion. Rather, they tend to like to line up across from the unarmed and unsuspecting.

traditionalguy said...

This could be the start of a great new TV show: Islamic Terrorist Idol. The winner gets to suicide detonate himself in the New York Times offices just off Times Square. Talk about a great reality show. He becomes famous and The NYT learns that Islamic terrorism is real, all in one big bang.

Montagne Montaigne said...

This poor schumck must have been another fool Arab. The dangerous plots have Egyptians in leadership.

The cop who caught them was also of Egyptian descent, you schmuck. Try reading the article.

Fen said...

Libtard: The cop who caught them was also of Egyptian descent, you schmuck. Try reading the article.

Non Sequitur.

Looks like the Soros break room is out of coffee again.

AllenS said...

It's nice to be able to laugh at this idiocy.

Not so much.

dbp said...
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dbp said...

We should mock and laugh at such fools, they live to be taken seriously.

But let's not get complacent: Not all of these monsters are idiots.

Cedarford said...

"I was born here, you know, raised here. I just want the troops to come home safely and cozily . . . in caskets," Almonte said in one taped conversation

1. End birthright citizenship.

2. End toleration of dual loyalty, dual citizenship.

3. Religion is not a trump-all thing. If a particular faith or cult commands higher loyalty and does things in direct contradiction to US law, the common defense of the citizenry, domestic tranquility - they may be suppressed. Rastafarians can't smoke ganja. Mormons can't do legal polygamy anymore and hold jobs. So Muslims should also be put on notice that they can't do, even advocate, killing Americans on behalf of Allah or the expections of the foreign lands Ummah.

4. Loyalty oaths were required in the past, and they are not a bad thing, in many ways, despite their loathed caricaturization in progressive Jewish media over "innocent communists persecuted and sent back to the Soviet Union, other European lands..and unable to work in the US nuke weapons research programs..
We actually had to revive loyalty oaths for those in top secret defense work after the huge damage Jonathan Pollard did sending top secrets to Israel, and Israel trading them to the Soviet Union for more Jewish exit Visas.
Since Pollard said his religious loyalty to Israel and Zionism trumped any loyalty to America, new employees in certain Fed policymaking jobs and defense work have to sign a legal oath that their first and abiding loyalty is to the USA, not Israel, not China, not any religion...and if any conflict emerges between faith and what country they may feel loyal to in the future..that they are obligated by law to disclose that to superiors.

5. In the last 60 years, the US government has been far too reluctant to speak of treason, and prosecute spies like Pollard or Jihadis like Major Hasan for it.

Jeremy said...

I think a good way to reduce the national debt would be for anybody who arbitrarily throws the word "like" into any form of communication, unless it actually refers to something remotely associated with the meaning of the word or statement, should be required to donate $1.00 to our Federal treasury.

Jeremy said...

I think we should require Cedarhead to prove he's not in a mental institution and has actually attended high school.

Cedarford said...

I think the State of California should resurrect loyalty oaths for university employees and have Jeremy front in line.
Gawd, Jeremey! What would you do? Lie?