Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Dorrie's Picks, 4/7/09

Obama's Bailout for the Despots
By investing political capital in the U.N. Human Rights Council, the president gives validation to a tainted organization.

President Bush refused to cooperate with the agency, and even held back the share of U.S. dues to the United Nations that went toward it. Obama, on the other hand, feels it is vital to work with the organization from the inside. The old U.N. Commission on Human Rights was a travesty, recognized -- even by the U.N. leadership -- as a petri dish of moral decay and political corruption. It was the foremost, though far from the sole, U.N. agency dedicated to the defamation, demonization, and destruction of Israel.


VIDEO: Spencer on the Islamic Attack on Free Speech

And that fool Hussein up above is playing right into the jihadists’ hands.

Iranian Nuke Plot Vaporized In The City: NY Banks Unwittingly Aided in Material Transfers
The Manhattan district attorney's office has smashed a sinister plot to smuggle nuclear weapons materials to Iran through unwitting New York banks, the Daily News has learned.

Officials plan to unseal a 118-count indictment Tuesday accusing a Chinese national of setting up a handful of fake companies to hide that he was selling millions of dollars in potential nuclear materials to Tehran.

“Unwittingly” is bad, but not nearly as bad as an American traitor wittingly doing it.

First U.S. Based Pro-al Qaeda Magazine Released
It's called Jihad Recollections and is a production of Charlotte, NC al Qaeda supporter Samir Khan's self-styled jihad media company, as-Fursan. You can download a PDF version at the links provided by Sammy here.

The magazine is 70 pages of the same kind of garbage that you'd expect from al Qaeda itself, and certainly not from an American living in North Carolina. It seems to be imitating several other jihad magazines, which started with al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula's Voice of Jihad.

Repeat as often as needed: I believe in free speech, I believe in free speech, I believe in free speech . . . gets harder and harder, doesn’t it? Yet, we can never circumscribe it.

Egyptian Student Arrested by Immigration Officials
An Egyptian college student acquitted of federal explosives charges was unexpectedly arrested by immigration officials Monday.

Youssef Samir Megahed, 23, was taken into custody by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents as he left a Tampa Wal-Mart store with his father. . . . He is being held on a warrant signed by an immigration judge.

Allen said the government is trying to deport Megahed even though federal prosecutors failed to secure a conviction at trial.

Now, this is just cool. Betcha there’s gonna be lots of hell to pay from CAIR, though.

U.S. Muslims Debate How Much to Help FBI
A petition organized by a Newark nonprofit urging Muslims to limit social outreach with the FBI has provoked a national debate within the Muslim community about how to deal with law enforcement.

You know, most of us never worry about “how to deal with law enforcement.” Why do you suppose the mosque-people are? Perhaps because trouble keeps originating in them?

Muslims Fear FBI Is Spying in Mosques
Queries About Moles Bring No Answers
[And why should they? You think they'd tell me, for instance, if I asked what their undercover ops were all about? And heck, I haven't even lied to them several dozen times.]
A coalition of Muslim-American groups claims the FBI has been planting counterterrorism spies in mosques in some U. S. cities.

Last month, 10 Muslim-American organizations threatened to stop working with the FBI on outreach efforts in the Muslim-American community.

Qazi said the lack of a public explanation by the FBI is a concern to him and other American Muslim leaders who have been working [deceitfully, apparently] with law enforcement agencies since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

These fellows are really in a tizzy, aren’t they? Such outrage while claiming such innocence. I get the feeling that they all thought they had the FBI nicely hoodwinked and are just furious the FBI wised-up to their games.

Cultural Divide: Mosque Doesn't Agree with Restaurant's Plan to Serve Alcohol
. . .Islam prohibits the consumption of alcohol, but Sidiqqi said the protest isn't an attack on drinking in general, just a call for buffer zones for religious establishments. . . .

It’s pretty obvious Sidiqqi doesn’t understand (or understands it very well, and seeks to undermine it) American culture and has never watched a TV/movie western. A saloon on one corner and a church on the other. We managed to spread the country without religious buffer zones; what reason would we have to start the practice now?

1 comment:

Mauna said...

Muslims claim they do not drink alcohol; however, I recall the 9/11muslim terrorists went to a bar the night prior to their flying their planes into the World Trade Center in New York. Their claim of "no alcohol" is about as true as their claim that their religion is a "religion of peace."