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Obama and His Muzzie Brothers

September 2, 2010

On October 12th, 2000, without warning, the USS Cole suffered a terrorist assault at the Port of Aden in Yemen. Al-Qaeda terrorists slammed the USS Cole with a boat filled with explosives leaving 17 sailors dead and 39 injured. This attack was spearheaded by one of Barack Hussein Obama’s Muzzie brothers; Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri. Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri was captured and imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay.

Administration halts prosecution of alleged USS Cole bomber
Article: Washington Post

The Obama administration has shelved the planned prosecution of Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, the alleged coordinator of the Oct. 2000 suicide attack on the

Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri; BHussein's brother in Allah

USS Cole in Yemen, according to a court filing.

The decision at least temporarily scuttles what was supposed to be the signature trial of a major al-Qaeda figure under a reformed system of military commissions. And it comes practically on the eve of the 10th anniversary of the attack, which killed 17 sailors and wounded dozens when a boat packed with explosives ripped a hole in the side of the warship in the port of Aden.

In a filing this week in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, the Justice Department said that “no charges are either pending or contemplated with respect to al-Nashiri in the near future.”

The statement, tucked into a motion to dismiss a petition by Nashiri’s attorneys, suggests that the prospect of further military trials for detainees held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has all but ground to a halt, much as the administration’s plan to try the accused plotters of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks in federal court has stalled.

Only two cases are moving forward at Guantanamo Bay, and both were sworn and referred for trial by the time Obama took office. In January 2009, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates directed the Convening Authority for Military Commissions to stop referring cases for trial, an order that 20 months later has not been rescinded.

Military officials said a team of prosecutors in the Nashiri case has been ready go to trial for some time. And several months ago, military officials seemed confident that Nashiri would be arraigned this summer.

“It’s politics at this point,” said one military official who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss policy. He said he thinks the administration does not want to proceed against a high-value detainee without some prospect of civilian trials for other major figures at Guantanamo Bay.

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We can clearly see where BHussein’s loyalties are. They’re not with us… they are with his Muzzie brothers in their quest for Jihad. Don’t like it? PROVE ME WRONG.

6 Comments leave one →
  1. Linda permalink
    September 2, 2010 9:34 pm

    He is completely detached from the United states. He wasn’t raised to be an American. He was raised to be anything but. It’s not in his psyche to feel anything for this country. He was raised by grandparents and a mother who were communists and trained by his mentor communist pedophile Frank Marshall Davis.

    • September 5, 2010 4:37 pm

      THIS is his dream. What you see here in this post/blog… what you see happening in America… this is what he believes in. That, and himself.

  2. alyzee permalink
    September 3, 2010 6:04 pm

    I realize it might be difficult for you to separate Islam and Muslims from terrorism, given how dominant media is saturated with the unfair association, but they are actually two morally opposed things.

    Your article titled “Obama and his Muzzie Brothers”, which terrorists as “Muzzies” or Muslims is completely equating Muslims with terrorists. I think your opinion is based on what you’d like to believe, rather than what is actually the case. Do some research into Islam and real Muslims and you’ll find that they don’t spend their days strategizing evil schemes involving bombs and planes and innocent deaths. Islam condemns people like that.

    I think as responsible consumers of the media it is our job to investigate the messages that are thrown at us for their validity. In your article you are perpetuating a really dangerous “us and them” mentality, which always precedes violence. In this case, that violence between your perceived “Muzzies” and you could be avoided just by being more careful about what you choose to accept from current media, and whether you care enough to find out that much of it is untrue.

    • September 5, 2010 5:39 pm

      Sorry, I didn’t realize this comment was sitting in the spam queue for several days.

      First off; I constantly separate Islam and Muslims. Stick around for a while; I talk about this all the time; radical Islam vs. Muslim. In this entry? Not so much. I’m not big on being “politically correct”. I also post a lot of current events with a bit of “SHOCK VALUE” thrown in. Gets the conversation going; See how I did that? You commented, trying to correct me when I am not mistaken, and I’m responding. Shock value works!

      Second; the “media” is more than happy to portray radical Islam as some poor, misunderstood bunch of basketcases who happen to flip their lids and carry out acts of terrorism (see: Fort Hood). However; they never mention that various acts of terror were carried out in the name of Islam and Jihad — and for no other reasons than that. Sometimes the media makes it seem like it’s a political war or perhaps even a war for the “advancement” of a particular culture, but it’s not. It is a religious battle. Kill the INFIDELS.
      Muslims not living in America tend to have a primitive mindset. They live in a primitive culture. Why is it that in America, Muslims have more rights than they do if they were in a majority-Muslim country? Why aren’t Muslim women walking around America with bits of their faces cut off? Because America is an advanced society and we have an advanced mindset. All of this “tolerance” bull is nothing more than an attempt at dumbing-down American society; lowering our standards of law, thought, culture, and mentality.
      Explain this to me; Why are American Muslims typically “moderate” (with the exception of a few, as is always the case) whereas Muslims from other regions; non-westernized, if you will, are more radical in their beliefs?

      Barack Hussein Obama is a Muslim. You can deny that fact until you’re blue in the face, but you’d only be seen as a liar. You just can’t ignore the obvious and you can’t make up your own facts.

      BHussein was born a Muslim. He went to Muslim schools. On what FEW “documents” he allowed the public to see, he was registered as a Muslim under “religion”. His father was a Muslim. There are clues all over the place – say, his love for the call to Mecca, the way he pronounces various Arabic saying and Qur’an writings perfectly(Yet cannot pronounce marine corps), Ramadan, His radical associations (Farrakhan and Wright), covering any symbol of Christ Jesus and Christianity when he gave a speech at that school, the way he opted out of the (I believe it was) prayer breakfast, his eagerness to help Iran develop nukes while telling Israel they cannot develop on their own land, going out of his WAY to make sure he doesn’t “step on the toes” of any of his brothers… The picture paints itself. He can CLAIM to be a non-Muslim; but that means he would have denounced his Muslim faith, yes? Being automatically born as a Muslim FROM a Muslim… makes him a Muslim by birth. In less-civilized, more primitive cultures, someone openly denouncing their Muslim faith, in a majority Muslim area, just might get you killed. No, I’m pretty sure it gets people killed often. Sharia Law.

      So, when I say “Obama and his Muzzie/Muslim brothers”, that’s exactly what I mean. It would be like me saying “ME and my American brothers”, or “Me and my Christian brothers”, or “Me and my Whitey brothers”. His loyalties lie with the Muslims and Islam. He CLEARLY favours them; his true brothers, over America and her citizens. I, on the other hand, favour my American and Christian brothers – and that’s where MY loyalties are.

      It is US or THEM. INFIDELS vs. ISLAM. It’s such a basic concept for understanding what we’re up against.

      Where are all of these “moderate Muslims” speaking out against the radicals? Why aren’t they as vocal as the radical Muslims? Where is the Muslim voice of opposition; standing up for liberty, freedom, and human rights? Standing up for diversity and the American way? Where are the moderate Muslims hiding when 70%+ of American citizens (of all religions) oppose the wretched mosque they want to build at Ground Zero? If it’s tolerance they’re after, they certainly don’t have any tact, grace, or intelligence when it comes to obtaining respect.

      Sure, tolerance, whatever.

      In this blog entry titled “Obama and his Muzzie Brothers”; the Muslims I mentioned are terrorists. I didn’t call every Muslim a terrorist; but you seem to have that idea tainting your thought process. Was it not a Muslim attack against the USS Cole? Am I mistaken about that? No? Was I wrong when I called BHussein a Muslim and stated that he cannot stand the thought of putting one of his Muslim brothers on trial for an act of terrorism? No. I wasn’t. Was I mistaken when I said that the terrorist attack on the USS Cole was done in the name of a well-known terrorist organization; al-Qaeda? Of course not. Is it wrong to call the Muslim prisoners at Guantanamo Bay “Muslims”? Am I wrong when I say that we were attacked on 9/11 by radical Muslims? Absolutely not. Yet, for some reason, you think my “opinion” is “based on what I’d LIKE to believe rather than what is actually the case”. Wrong kiddo, when I punch out “articles”, I use the facts and circumstances of whatever it is I’m posting about, put them out there, and add some “SHOCK VALUE” commentary and a handful of pictures.

      Maybe it is you who has an opinion based on what you’d like to believe, rather than what is actually the case. Naiveté can be a delightful experience. Maybe it’s YOU who ought to do some research into Islam and real Muslims; compare the westernized lifestyles, Muslims living and practicing in America; then compare those people, their mindset, their culture, their actions and desires to the Muslims you’d find practicing Islam in… oh, say, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Afghanistan, etc… I’ll give you a hint… there are two reasons why they are polarized. 1) The United States Constitution. 2) Sharia law.

      I don’t watch TV. I don’t have cable. I don’t subscribe to any newspapers. I listen to the radio, sometimes I stream news online from various sources, but usually I read online articles; local and small town sources; both national and international sources, and even some opinion pieces. Sometimes I communicate directly with people living in certain areas of the world. Don’t blame me if the Muslims can’t manage to present themselves with an honourable, noble image. It is what it is. The moderates can stand up and rebel against this tainted image, or they can sit silently and watch it happen.

      For the record; I’m certainly not afraid of ANY Muslims. Radical or not. 🙂

  3. September 6, 2010 3:35 pm

    Hear! Hear! DB….well said. alyzee…I learned all I need to know about islam/muslims as I watched that second airplane slam into that building, and then listened closely for those who are “moderate muslims” do the “allah akbar” two step…to keep from offending their “muzzie” brethern. Making excuses for them will never change who and what they are in their hearts…

    • September 6, 2010 4:38 pm

      Thank you! Haha. Looks like I went on a tangent. Again, “Shock Value” works! 😉

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