Articles tagged with: Terrorism
Without regard for the bleeding, the mourning, or the shocked following the terrorist bombing of the Boston Marathon. MSNBC’s Idiot Supreme Chris Matthews uttered his fatuous snake oil
“Normally, domestic terrorists, people tend to be on the far right, well that’s not a good category, just extremists, let’s call them that.” Chris Matthews MSNBC
Roll the tape all way back to last Spring:
Defense attorneys alleged that the arrests were an effort to scare the thousands of people expected to protest at the meeting of world leaders. They told a judge that undercover police were the ones who brought the Molotov cocktails.“This is just propaganda to create a climate of fear,” defense attorney Michael Duetsch said.Later, outside the courtroom, Duetsch said two undercover police officers or informants who called themselves “Mo” and “Gloves” were also arrested during the Wednesday raid, and defense attorneys said they later lost track of the two.“We believe this is all a setup and entrapment to the highest degree,” Duets said.
According to the FBI, Wright, Baxter and Hayne are self-proclaimed anarchists who formed into a small group and considered a series of evolving plots over several months
.- Douglas Wright, 26
- Brandon Baxter, 20
- Anthony Hayne, 35
- Connor Stevens, 20
- Joshua Stafford, 23
Chris Mattews – Nothing.
Then of course there is this old chestnut -
Matthews is an intellectual dwarf with the personality of dial tone; yet, he is somehow a voice in journalism.
Note to Tingles – American born domestic terrorists are either blown to smithereens, or get do-nothing jobs at blue-chip universities . . .and go on MSNBC.
If you haven’t heard anything inspiring this week, and you could use some encouragement and a reminder as to why we’re in the fight for freedom worldwide, please take five minutes to listen to this profound and inspiring speech. It’s…
Last week the F.B.I. targeted terror suspects in Illinois and Minnesota. In Illinois one of the suspects was a Wright College teacher and the other an SEIU leader.
Joseph Iosbbaker is an SEIU Leader. The sheepish Chicago Media went weak in the knees when Mr. Iosbaker and SEIU used the closing of the Republic Windows factory several years ago as a forum for disgraced Governor Blagojevich. Now, Iosbaker is being investigated in a terrorist plot.
The Chicago media is following the lead of what they are told and tasked. SEIU is disappearing …
For leaders at the University of Illinois at Chicago, the planned retirement from teaching of former Vietnam War-era radical William Ayers will be a great loss.
Ayers, who has served as an education professor at UIC since 1987, is celebrated on campus for his academic contributions, particularly in the area of school reforms, said UIC education Dean Vicki Chou.
“He’s been really a very good colleague here,” Chou said. “He has hundreds of students who really cherish that they’ve had the experience of being taught by him.”
“(But) over the years, you just …
Months ago it was leaked that Leon Panetta was called out of a White House Meeting so he could personally authorize using a drone missile to eliminate a high ranking Al Quaeda operative. He signed off, even though it also meant killing the wife of the target. And this was reported as if it were the end of the day Dow Jones averages.
After that reportage we were told about the Russian spies in New York and New Jersey, something I still haven’t been able to figure out. …
The U. S. government urged Scottish ministers that it would be “far preferable” to free the Lockerbie bomber and allow him to live in Scotland rather than in Libya reported The Daily Australian quoting the London newspaper (firewalled!) The Sunday Times—contradicting a statement by President Obama that “all Americans were surprised and angry” when the bomber, Abdel Baset al-Megrahi was released to Libya because he was at death’s door with advanced prostate cancer and had only three months to live. After he was released, a doctor in Libya said …
I was sitting in a hotel room in Vegas watching CNN when the news broke about a light plane crashing—quite intentionally—into that Austin, Tex., building where 200 Internal Revenue Service employees worked. In minutes they had the name of the American kamikaze pilot and quotes from the rambling suicide note he left on the internet.
Andrew Joseph Stack III also set fire to the home he shared with his wife and 12-year-old daughter, who recently split because he had been acting strangely of late.
Stack, who worked free-lance in computer technology, had …
On a dark winter’s night so snowy
Who wouldn’t go to a poetry showy?
Hosted by McHenry County College
Showcasing terrorist’s emotions and knowledge
Be prepared to be charmed when you go
to hear Marc Falkoff present “Poems from Guantanamo”
And hear the tales and lore
at 7 p.m. Feb. 4
If it is a mullah’s wisdom that you seek
Come hear the former detainees speak
From the White House
Sec. 3. Closure of Detention Facilities at Guantánamo. The detention facilities at Guantánamo for individuals covered by this order shall be closed as soon as practicable, and no later than 1 year from the date of this order. If any individuals covered by this order remain in detention at Guantánamo at the time of closure of those detention facilities, they shall be returned to their home country, released, transferred to a third country, or transferred to another United States detention facility in a manner consistent with law and the national security and foreign policy interests of the …
I have just discovered the newest Republican strategy. Possibly it is even larger than a strategy. It may be a belief system.
I speak here of the magical power of incantation.
Soon after the underpants bomber proved himself no more skilled than the shoe bomber of yore, the recent ex-vice-president snarled with his most ferocious, fang-baring snarl that Barack Obama has made us less safe because he never uses the ex-v-p’s favorite phrase, “the war on terror.”
Quickly the right-wing echo-chamber was bubbling and seething with the sentiment. Congresspersons, broadcasters, tea-sippers and …