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Road to 9/11: What Intel Agencies Knew and Didn’t Know, What Bubba Clinton Did and Didn’t Do

There was so much bureaucratic incompetence, indifference, uncooperative behavior, and sloppy analysis in the hierarchy, it’s no fucking wonder the muzzie terrorists were able to pull 9/11 off so easily.


Via The Strata-Sphere

From this source, we find out when the detection of the ‘Brooklyn Cell’ transpired and when the report was made:

“In September 2000, one year before the Al Qaeda attacks of 9/11, a U.S. Army military intelligence program, known as Able Danger, identified a terrorist cell based in Brooklyn, NY, one of whose members was 9/11 ringleader Mohammed Atta, and recommended to their military superiors that the FBI be called in to take out that cell…”

……Which puts the Able Danger Report right on top of these other events.

What is missing is when did the DoD lawyers make the determination to drop Atta and his 3 compatriots, and who in the administration was involved in that decision.

Interestingly enough, around 6 months or so after their report on Atta the group was disbanded in Clinton’s last federal budget year

A small group of intelligence employees ran “Able Danger” from the fall of 1999 until February 2001 – just seven months before the terrorist attacks – when the operation was axed.

I think we need to know when the Able Danger report was made and when the decision came down to let Atta go. We need to understand how far up the report went (which would seem pretty high given the Clinton administrations focus on AQ in country) and who participated in the decision to back off Atta.


From The History Channel:

HISTORY talked to five intelligence and law-enforcement veterans of those investigations about the challenges they faced convincing others in the government of the threat posed by al Qaeda and other Sunni Islamist groups.

Cynthia Storer, former analyst with the CIA’s Counterterrorist Center

One of first big missed opportunities was just losing most of our intelligence collection after the Soviets began to withdraw from Afghanistan in 1988. It was that peace dividend that [Bill] Clinton wanted, that the American people wanted after the Soviet Union collapsed, so we fired all of our Afghan assets and ramped down our signals-intelligence collection and everything else. If you don’t get the information to follow something closely, then you’re going to be behind the curve, which is what happened.

Everybody needed to have a change of mindset. At the end of the Cold War, the beginning of this international Sunni terrorist organization was something nobody imagined could happen, because ‘Arabs can’t work together, and these guys are a bunch of ragheads who’ve been fighting in the mountains of Afghanistan.’ Except that we knew there was a lot of very well-educated people who had been hanging out together in Afghanistan for 10 years.

Those of us who worked it weren’t under those illusions, but that was the conventional wisdom—that they weren’t capable of doing anything. We were in the Counterterrorist Center, which was the first center in the CIA [established in 1986], so the rest of the organization didn’t really understand what we did, and we were looked down on. So that combination of factors, and having women, frankly, be in the forefront of this, made it hard to convince people. My experience is, from studying these things academically, it takes about 10 years to turn people’s mindsets around. We didn’t have 10 years.

The skepticism over al Qaeda’s threat] was bad enough that the week of the Africa bombings in ’98, I was supposed to go on rotation to another office, because I was tired of swimming upstream or battling uphill or whatever you want to call it. I was exhausted. And I was tired of being talked down to… I actually got counseled by my branch chief on my performance review that I was spending too much time on bin Laden.

I’d love to know who her branch chief was.

Jack Cloonan, FBI agent who worked on the CIA-FBI Osama bin Laden unit from 1996-2002
You could say that while [al Qaeda] was beating up on the Soviets and helping us, that was terrific. But after the Soviets departed Afghanistan, the question [for U.S. intelligence and law-enforcement] then was, ‘Well, who are these people? What are they doing? What’s their focus? And was it the United States? If it was, when did that occur, and what were we doing about it?’ One of the things that I think about often is how these individual acts [like the 1990 assassination of ultra-nationalist orthodox rabbi Meir Kahane] were investigated, but not necessarily seen as part of a much broader, foreign-based radical Islam that was launching this and that the United States was Target Number One.


The mistake we made in Afghanistan at the time of the Russian pullout, was walking away and leaving a vacuum, which was promptly filled by the Taliban; the extremist faction with the most power. The Al Qaeda also took advantage by using the country as a base of operations.

The first attack on the World Trade Center in 1993 should have been a wake up call.  Intelligence agencies’ counter terrorism divisions weren’t just complacent, they were brain dead.

People like FBI Agent John O’Neill warned of the Al Qaeda threat long before he was killed on 9/11.

In 1993, the FBI had information on Bin Laden’s plans to attack America.

In 1998, an FBI agent in Oklahoma wrote a memo describing reports of “large numbers of Middle Eastern males receiving flight training at Oklahoma airports” which “may be related to planned terrorist activity”.

In 2001, Kenneth Williams, an FBI agent in Phoenix,  wrote a memorandum two months before the 9/11 attacks, warning of the possibility of Osama bin Laden’s followers hijacking aircraft within the United States and using the planes in a terrorist attack.

Every one of those warnings were ignored.

The abject idiocy and dismissive attitudes of a leadership which should be focused on the threats to national security are incredible to fathom.  There’s plenty of blame to go around. The State Department, the FBI, and all the three-letter acronym intelligence agencies who didn’t connect the dots or worse, dismissed information outright because they don’t want to “offend” muslims.

Bill Clinton can also pat himself on the back. That son of a bitch had multiple opportunities to get Bin Laden and failed. Sudan even captured him and offered him up on a goddamned silver platter. Clinton turned it down.

Clinton’s response to the FIVE terrorist attacks against Americans during his term: ZERO. The Embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania, the USS Cole, Khobar Towers, and the first World Trade Center attack in 1993, resulted in Bubba biting his quivering lower lip, tearing up, and doing absolutely nothing…Oh wait, that’s right, he wagged the dog by bombing KOSOVO.

He never did take the war on terrorism as seriously as Monica’s mouth-to-crotch resuscitation. Three times after Aug. 20, 1998, when Clinton ordered the only missile strike of his presidency against bin Laden’s organization, the CIA came close enough to pinpointing bin Laden in order for Clinton to authorize final preparations to launch. In each case, he aborted the mission. Bin Laden got away.

The 19 hijackers applied for and received tourist/student visas. (Thank you, State Department)  Muzzie hijackers Atta, Shehhi, and Jarrah violated the terms of their status and/or overstayed their periods of admission, but SNAFUs and inspectors’ inattention to detail, let them slip through the cracks.

None of that information was passed on to the CIA or George W. Bush, for that matter, thanks to Jamie Gorlick, former Clinton Deputy Attorney General. In 1995, Gorlick wrote a memo directing that counterintelligence efforts be kept separate from criminal intelligence. This action created a wall that prohibited collaboration between agencies like the FBI and the CIA, and  impeded the investigation into Zacarias Moussaoui, the so-called “20th hijacker”, (pre-9/11) which could have led to the arrest of the other 19.

The intelligence agencies and Homeland Security had better get their shit together or mark my words, there will be another attack on America that will make 9/11 look like a fucking picnic.



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17th Anniversary of the Muzzie Terrorist Attack on America

“Tragedy” is a misnomer.  Calling it that minimizes the deaths of 3000 people as if it were an accident. It was an act of war. Never forget that.

Le Torri gemelle del World Trade Center colpite dai due aerei dirottati l'11 settembre 2001.


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It’s been 17 years since almost 3000 people were murdered by muslims on our soil, but in case you’ve forgotten, we are still at war with subhuman cutthroats who want to turn the West into a subservient Caliphate.

Islamic shitbags have increased their body count by the thousands.  Their bloody attacks across Europe have skyrocketed thanks to their suicidal open borders/’refugee’ policies.

Then there’s  the daily carnage throughout the rest of the world in the name of their ‘allah’.

Now that President Trump is in office, there’s been a drastic change in the way we handle the Islamic threat.  He’s  reversing the damage that Barky did to national security . He’s unleashed the military and let them finish the mission to eradicate Obama’s  “JV Team”.  He’s banned travel into the country from Islamofascist nation-states, stopped Obama’s disastrous Iranian nuke deal and cut off aid to the PLO terrorists.

He needs to understand that there is no such thing as Arab ‘allies’ and playing patty-cake with the pigs will not make us safer or stop the jihad.

President Trump’s brilliant speech at the site where the brave souls of United Flight 93 went down fighting against muzzie terrorists who intended to crash the plane into the Capitol in D.C. :

“They boarded that plane as strangers, and they entered eternity forever, linked as heroes.”

“On September 11, 2001, a band of brave patriots turned the tide on our nation’s enemies and joined the immortal ranks of American heroes,” the president said. “At this memorial, on this sacred earth, in the field beyond this wall, and in the skies above our heads, we remember the moment when America fought back.”

The field marks the location where the plane crashed after passengers and crew decided to take on the terrorists who had hijacked the plane and believed aimed at Washington, D.C. Their bravery thwarted what could have been a more devastating attack if the al-Qaeda terrorists had accomplished their goal.

“We honor their sacrifice by pledging to never flinch in the face of evil and to do whatever it takes to keep America safe,” Trump said. “Free people are never at the mercy of evil.”

“They bravely charged the cockpit. They attacked the enemy. They fought until the very end. And they stopped the forces of terror and defeated this wicked, horrible, evil plan,” Trump said. “Through their sacrifice, the 40 saved the lives of countless Americans and they saved our Capitol from a devastating strike.”

“We will remember their faces, their voices, their stories their courage, and their love,” Trump said. “And we will remember that free people are never at the mercy of evil, because our destiny is always in our hands.

My yearly statement:

It’s damned important that we remember not just the heinous attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and the one thwarted by brave people over a field in Shanksville, Pa., but resolve that it never happens again.

You’d have thought that Pearl Harbor taught us a lesson, but 60 years had passed, memories faded, and complacency set in.   There is a different enemy this time around, but they’re just as determined.

Al Qaeda holds Death To The West conferences in  Chicago, there’s a substantial radical muzzie enclave in Dearborn, Michigan,  and Jamaat Al Fuqra terrorists have established training centers within our own borders.  The Muslim Brotherhood, the Arab-American Action Network, and CAIR, three major facilitators of Islamic terrorism, operate freely in the United States. What the hell are they doing here?  They have no damned business being in this country.

The  gutless refusal of the TSA and DHS to profile at our airports and scrutinize the muslim organizations in America, will probably result in another catastrophic attack.  It’s PC collusion at its worst.  Last time they targeted buildings full of military personnel and civilians, using passenger planes as human-filled missiles.  Future attacks could involve our infrastucture—electric and nuclear power plants, oil refineries, water treatment facilities, and internet servers. Biological and chemical weapons are portable and easy to deploy.  A bio agent like Ricin is inexpensive and can be produced in mass quantities.  It can be in liquid or powdered form, and  dispersed in food, water, and through aerosol methods.  Right now, there is no known antidote.

The next mass attack will make 9/11 look like a fucking picnic. I hope for the sake of my country that I am wrong, but I don’t think so.

The problem is–and this cannot be stressed enough–is that the enemy has patience.  In 1993, they carried out the first attack on the World Trade Center.  People tend to forget that.  Eight years later, they successfully brought down both towers, rammed into the Pentagon, and were foiled in a third attack by brave souls on United Flight 93.  They understand us better than we understand them. They will continue to exploit our openness and unwillingness to completely destroy the Islamic nation-states who fund, train, and indoctrinate their terrorist spawns.

Atrocities and brutality are carried out worldwide in the name of their “Islam”, but Western civilization is oblivious.

Terrorism is part of Islamic doctrine. Muzzie terrorists are trained, funded, indoctrinated, supported, and bred all across the Middle East. It’s the epicenter of Islamofascism. This could have been finished years ago if we had actually fought a war instead of piecemeal battles in Iraq and Afghanistan. This war—any war— can be brought to a relatively quick finish by dedicating every military resource—tactical, strategic, and intelligence—to kill the enemy. They attack us, we annihilate them. Every single one of them. It isn’t hard. Pick your targets and commence fire.  I’d have started with all the capitals: Baghdad, Damascus, Kabul, Riyadh, Tehran, Islamabad, Amman, all of them.

Unless or until we are willing to reciprocate with the same brutality, they will be back.

Til then, this war ain’t over by a long shot.

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President Trump Cuts Off Aid to Pakistan and Palestinians

‘Bout fuckin’ time.


And he’s also shutting down the PLO’s Washington., D.C. office.

Via Fox News


The Pentagon says it’s taken final steps to cancel $300 million in planned aid to Pakistan.

The move earlier this summer reflects the Trump administration’s dissatisfaction with Pakistan’s commitment to assisting the U.S. strategy for pressuring the Taliban, whose leaders use Pakistan as a sanctuary.

It comes at a delicate moment in the U.S.-Pakistani relationship, following the election victory of Imran Khan, the new Pakistani prime minister. His foreign minister, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, said Sunday in Islamabad that he’s expecting a visit Wednesday by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

“We will hear him and let him know the aspiration of the nation,” Qureshi said.

Pentagon officials say a request was submitted to Congress this summer for authorization to use the $300 million for other purposes. The request has not yet been approved. The move was first reported by Reuters.

A Pentagon spokesman, Army Lt. Col. Kone Faulkner, said Sunday the request to Congress was made in June or July and was “due to a lack of Pakistani decisive actions in support of” the U.S. strategy for bringing the Afghan conflict to a political solution.

The Pentagon announced in January that it was suspending aid, known as coalition support funds, to Pakistan, and subsequently the Congress cancelled $500 million in such aid. But the Pentagon did not take final steps on the $300 million until this summer.


Here’s Pakistan’s contributions to Islamic terrorism:

In 2001, after a narrow escape from getting his ass blown to smithereens at Tora Bora, Osama Bin Laden hightailed it across the border into Pakistan where he stayed until the SEALs got his goat-smelling  ass.

Everyone knew he was in Pakistan, we just didn’t know where. But the Paki government did, and it out and out refused to let anyone come after him.

In 2003, Khalid Sheik Mohammad, Bin Laden’s principal architect for planning and carrying out the 9/11 attacks as well as hundreds of other terrorist acts, was captured in Rawalpindi Pakistan.

Pakistan is not an ally; it has never been cooperative in the war against Islamic terrorists. Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari admitted as much.

The Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI) has Taliban moles on its payroll, and cells run back across the Afghan border after re-grouping, thanks to the Pakistan regime. Any resurgence of the Taliban in Afghanistan can be directly attributed to terrorist groups operating carte blanche in Pakistan; abetted by a large portion of the Pakistani government, Army, and ISI.

Not only is Pakistan complicit in protecting the terrorists, it’s one of the Taliban’s closest partners.


Trump stops money going to palestinian ‘refugees’.

The Department of State on Friday announced that it would stop funding the U.N. Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), a United Nations body that gives out aid to Palestinian refugees.

The announcement comes just a day after the Washington Post reported that the administration was considering funding cuts over its concerns on the number of refugees recognized by the organization and how the organization spends its funds.

“The Administration has carefully reviewed the issue and determined that the United States will not make additional contributions to UNRWA,” Heather Nauert, spokesperson at the department, said in a statement.

……”The U.S. will no longer commit further funding to this irredeemably flawed operation,” she said. ” We are very mindful of and deeply concerned regarding the impact upon innocent Palestinians, especially school children, of the failure of UNRWA and key members of the regional and international donor community to reform and reset the UNRWA way of doing business.

The UNRWA is  a terrorist-funding organization, and the refugee camps are actually terrorist bases.

In January, 2017, Trump also stopped Obama’s payment to the PLO terrorists.

Obama’s dicked-up foreign policy involved aid to Hamas, the PLO, and the Muslim Brotherhood thugs in Egypt.

How fucking depraved do you have to be to think that arming America’s enemies is a good thing?

At least for now, we have a leader in the White House who will not allow this shit to happen.



Taos Terrorists Planned to Attack an Atlanta Hospital, Military, Businesses, Schools

The terrorists busted at the compound in Taos, New Mexico were planning a bloody jihad.

taos terrorists

From the court documents:


In spite of finding all this evidence, the Feds destroyed it.

And the Dem ‘tard judge let them out on bail.

The trial should be real interesting.


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Leftwing Nutters Bike Through Muzzie Terrorist Region on a PR Trip, Get Killed for Allah

They quit their jobs to travel through cesspools in Africa and the Middle East, to prove that the inhabitants aren’t really evil and that all the liberal pablum they learned in school was true.

Reality had a different take. Sucks to be them.


Via Pajamas Media

On August 7, the New York Times ran a story by Rukmini Callimachi about , a young American couple, both graduates of Georgetown University, who decided to quit their humdrum office jobs and go on an epic bike ride and camping trip that would take them all over the world. “I’ve grown tired of spending the best hours of my day in front of a glowing rectangle, of coloring the best years of my life in swaths of grey and beige,” Austin wrote. “I’ve missed too many sunsets while my back was turned.”

So in July of last year, they flew from Washington, D.C., to Cape Town, and from there bicycled through South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, and Malawi to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. From there, they flew to Cairo, and after seeing the pyramids flew on to Casablanca, from which they cycled through Morocco, Spain, France, Monaco, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, Bulgaria, and Greece, to Turkey. From there, another flight took them to Kazakhstan. They biked through Kyrgyzstan and entered Tajikistan. It was in that country that their journey came to an abrupt end this past July 29, when five ISIS members deliberately plowed their car into the two adventurers, killing them along with two temporary cycling companions, one from Switzerland and the other from the Netherlands. “Two days later,” wrote Callimachi, “the Islamic State released a video showing five men it identified as the attackers, sitting before the ISIS flag. They face the camera and make a vow: to kill ‘disbelievers.’”

Austin, a vegan who worked at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and Geoghegan, a vegetarian who worked in a college admissions office, were both 29 years old – old enough, one would think, to have some idea of just how dangerous a route they had mapped out. A number of the countries they passed through are considered either “not free” or “partly free” by Freedom House. In several of them, it’s not uncommon for roving criminal gangs – or, for that matter, police or soldiers or border officials – to rob, rape, or kill innocent travelers without provocation and with total impunity. One assumes the two tourists had all their shots before leaving the U.S., but that’s not necessarily enough to protect you from all the ailments you might be exposed to while biking along the back roads of southern and central Africa. Other perils include wild carnivores, extreme weather, unsanitary food preparation, and substandard medical care.

……But to read Austin’s blog is to see no hint of hesitation, on the part of either of them, to keep on cycling – no sign of fear that their luck might run out at any moment. Their naivete is nothing less than breathtaking. “You watch the news and you read the papers and you’re led to believe that the world is a big, scary place,” wrote Austin during their trek. “People, the narrative goes, are not to be trusted….I don’t buy it. Evil is a make-believe concept we’ve invented to deal with the complexities of fellow humans holding values and beliefs and perspectives different than our own.” This rosy view of humanity suffuses Austin’s blog: “Malawians and Zambians are fantastically friendly people.” And: “All throughout western Europe, when folks asked us where we were headed and we’d say Albania, their faces would drop and they’d start muttering ‘Oh, no, no, no.’ Albania, they’d tell us, is dangerous. The people of Albania will steal your spleen….The Albanians we come across are perhaps the warmest, friendliest, smiliest…people we’ve met on the continent.”

Austin’s blog also provides a window on his (and presumably her) hippie-dippy worldview and ultra-PC politics. Elephants, writes Austin, “may very well be a smarter, wiser, more thoughtful being than homo sapiens sapiens.” When white South Africans tell them “that the nation and its redistributionist government are making poor, ignorant choices,” Austin sneers at their “Eurocentric values” and their failure to realize that “[n]otions like private property” are culturally relative. This is apparently a comment on the South African government’s current expropriation of white farmers’ land without compensation. (To be sure, when a friendly Afrikaans man advises Austin and Geoghegan to move their tent because they’ve pitched it too close to a black settlement and may antagonize the locals, they’re quick to let him lead them to a safer spot.)

Austin also sneers at Thanksgiving, “a strange tradition built upon a glossy, guiltless retelling of a genocide, in which we show our appreciation for what we have by killing a quarter-billion turkeys, eating to the point of discomfort, queueing up outside shopping malls to buy electronics at reduced rates, and otherwise yearning for that which we do not have.” When President Trump announces his plans to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, Austin and Geoghegan are in Morocco, where the people are outraged. Yes, because they hate Jews. But Austin’s response is to be so ashamed of his American identity that he tries “to disappear into the soft plush” of a couch cushion.

The Times article about Austin and Geoghegan drew hundreds of reader comments. A surprising number were by other people who’d bicycled or backpacked in far-off, dangerous places. Most saw Austin and Geoghegan as “heroic,” “authentic,” “idealistic,” “inspiring,” “a Beautiful example of Purity and Light.” Sample reactions: “Their candle burned brightly before it was extinguished.” And: “Good for them! They followed their dream.” Then there’s this: “I only see the beauty of two people taking steps to live the life they envision….The good experienced in their journey far far outweighs any negative.” Easy to say when you’re not the one in the body bag. “What is more dangerous,” asked yet another reader, “exposing yourself to the world and its dangers, and living a full vivid life, or insulating yourself in a safe box, in front of screens, where the world and its marvels and dangers cannot touch you? Jay and Lauren understood that safety is its own danger. They are awesome people.” No, they’re mangled, decaying corpses. “Safe boxes”? That’s what they’re both in now: boxes.

Perusing all the reader comments, I found exactly two that mentioned Islam critically. Here’s one: “Tajikistan is 96.7% Islamic. It is a dangerous place for American tourists….This is not Islamophobia. It is common sense.” Here’s the other: “As a Western woman I have no desire to visit a majority Muslim country because of the religious and cultural bias regarding their treatment of women.” Both of these comments attracted outraged replies. (“Many parts of the US are not so kind to women either, particularly those states that have managed to close just about all their Planned Parenthood clinics.”) Several readers railed against “religion” generally, as if terrorism by Quakers and Episcopalians were a worldwide problem.

Indeed, this being the New York Times, moral equivalency was rampant (“Yes, they [the ISIS murderers]were brutal….But what about our treatment of prisoners in Guantanamo Bay?”), as was a readiness to blame Islamic terrorism on America (“There are consequences to our nation’s decision to murder Muslim civilians by the hundreds of thousands”) or, specifically, on Donald Trump. One reader comment, a “Times Pick,” read, in part, as follows: “A great story and an admirable couple. But those who condemn their killers as evil probably fail to recognize that ISIS fighters see themselves as being on the side of good. For them, these young Americans were an embodiment of the Great Satan….Instead of bandying around moral absolutes, perhaps we should recognize that good and evil are relative categories, dependent on your culture and your values.”

Gratifyingly, there were some voices of sanity. The words “naive” and “foolhardy” appeared several times. “Mr. Austin’s understanding of people was not beautiful,” maintained one savvy reader. “It was fanciful.” Another saw the couple as examples of “hipster millennials who think the world is their playground.” This was wise: “Liberals are always so naive about human nature[;] conservatives…are realistic about it.” Austin’s painfully puerile paeans to the goodness of humanity reminded one reader, as they did me, of a sentence Anne Frank wrote not long before the Gestapo came to ship her off to Auschwitz: “In spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart.”

……Times readers called the couple heroes. No, the heroes are not these poor fools who stumbled into an ISIS-controlled area; the heroes are the Soldiers from the U.S. and elsewhere – most of them a decade or so younger, and centuries savvier, than Austin and Geoghegan – who, while the two 29-year-olds were on a year-long cycling holiday, were risking their lives to beat back ISIS. What, then, is the moral of this couple’s story? In the last analysis, it’s a story about two young people who, like many other privileged members of their generation of Americans, went to a supposedly top-notch university only to come away poorly educated but heavily propagandized – imbued with a fashionable postmodern contempt for Western civilization and a readiness to idealize and sentimentalize “the other” (especially when the latter is decidedly uncivilized). This, ultimately, was their tragedy: taking for granted American freedom, prosperity, and security, they dismissed these extraordinary blessings as boring, banal, and (in Austin’s word) “beige,” and set off, with the starry-eyed and suicidal naivete of children who never entirely grew up, on a child’s fairy-tale adventure into the most perilous parts of the planet. Far from being inspirational, theirs is a profoundly cautionary – and distinctly timely – tale that every American, parents especially, should take to heart.


Austin and Geoghegan were two liberal airheads who believed that their disdain for Western civilization combined with their false sense of SJW moral superiority would charm the muzzie extremist vermin into holding hands and singing Kumbaya.  The liberals who gushed over the dead couple in the comments are just as stupid.

The Left shields and defends Islam because they have a lot in common. Both hate what they deem as ‘Western imperialism’, and the Left loves the notion of a terrorist group giving America and other Western countries their  ‘comeuppance’, even if they kill fellow citizens in the process.

Islam is diametrically opposed to democracy.  Under the muzzie point of view, Sharia Law trumps all other laws. It’s meant to overtake and replace all Western civil, criminal, and government jurisdiction.  They’re not interested in peace, tolerance, or coexistence. They want a worldwide Caliphate, including the United States.  9/11 didn’t hit close enough. But then, America “had it coming”.

Liberals would never actually live under oppressive systems they advocate. They run their mouths from the safety of a democratic republic, albeit one they hate, and celebrate the Islamofascist animals who would take it from them.

There are exceptions.

BTW, Remember these two little idiots:


Sabina Selimovic (left) and Samra Kesinovic

They fled their homes in Austria, leaving a note behind for their parents that read: “Don’t look for us. We will serve Allah, and we will die for him.”.  Not long after that, Central European News reported that both had been married to ISIS thugs, at least one was pregnant, and both wanted to come home. Sucks to be them.  They wanted to be chattel for Islam. They got their wish.

Samra Kesinovic was murdered trying to escape the glamorous life of Islamic jihad.  Sabina Selimovic was reportedly killed in Syria.

And of course, there are other examples of morons who join the jihad .  Once they commit to Islamic terrorism, they become enemy combatants.

Quite frankly, they deserve each other.