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Friday, December 08, 2006

Jihadist Mall Massacre foiled by FBI

Well, tis the season to be a motherf-ckin excuse for a human being for some people.....


http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,235518,00.html

A man has been arrested by federal agents on charges of planning to set off hand grenades at an Illinois shopping mall on Dec. 22 as part of his plan to commit "violent jihad" against civilians.

Yes the mooselimb targeted unarmed civilians. Women, kids, old folks, and probably a few department store Santas. Thank God this piece of grabastic amphibian Shiite got apprehended. WTF are you so mad about that you wanna bomb a mall days before Christmas? Didn't get that copy of Muslims Gone Wild on DVD? Awww, poor baby.....

Derrick Shareef, 22, of Rockford, was arrested when he carried out a rendezvous with an undercover agent in a parking lot to trade a set of stereo speakers for four grenades and a handgun.

Grenades and a HANDGUN. I wonder what he wanted to do? Do an episode of punk'd? Nooooo, he intended to spread death and destruction in the name of the religion of pieces. And the silence from his fellow Muslims is defeaning......

Federal officials said he planned to place the grenades in garbage cans at the CherryVale shopping mall in Rockford, about 90 miles northwest of Chicago.

Shareef was charged with one count of attempting to damage or destroy a building by fire or explosion and one count of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction. Officials say he was acting alone and there was never any real threat.


Send him to Oz, send him to prison to die a miserable death. Execution is too good, hand him over to a mob of pissed of Midwesterners, or better yet drop his ass in Brooklyn with a 9/11 Plotter sign. See the Italians give him a hands on welcome.

Bastard.

Yeah, we're still at war, libs.

20 Comments:

  • At 3:48 PM, Blogger Mooneyguy said…

    Oh yeah, trading stereo speakers for weapons of mass destruction. This guy was a real threat alright.

    But please note that this was done by law enforcement without illegal wiretaps. See? It can be done...

     
  • At 4:08 PM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    that's why he had grenades and a handgun.

    By the way, FUCK YOU very much.

     
  • At 10:03 PM, Blogger Marshall Art said…

    Of course, buffooney, being a very, very stupid man, and one who cares little for the wellfare of others, would sing a different tune if a guy like this one would have succeeded in his attempts. Or perhaps the idiot believes that we should wait until such jokers succeed before evaluating threat levels. Or maybe it's the number of dead that indicates whether or not the perp was a real terrorist. In any case, it's good that idiots like mooney have no part in defending our nation.

     
  • At 9:27 AM, Blogger Kevin said…

    and one count of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction.

    So a grenade is a weapon of mass destruction?

    My apologies to premiere bush; Iraq DID have WMDs - tons of them!

     
  • At 11:46 AM, Blogger Mooneyguy said…

    The guy had bothing. He was trying to talk an undercover cop into supplying him with a gun and the grenades in trade for a couple of speakers. What a terrorist genius!

     
  • At 4:18 PM, Blogger Marshall Art said…

    Kevin,

    I believe they'll use whatever charge they can lay on a punk like this, whether he's on the level of bin Laden or a low level lone wolf.

    As far as cartooney's comments, he's only a stupid because he got caught. Do you think all the terrorists who succeed with their attacks are Einsteins? One needn't be a genius to pull a trigger or press a button or drive a truck loaded with explosives into a building.

     
  • At 11:01 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    MA,

    ...of course - and as they should.

    It's just news to me that a hand grenade (or even a collection thereof) constitutes a WMD.

     
  • At 3:41 PM, Blogger Mooneyguy said…

    A couple for years ago a Ft Bragg soldier was caught trying to get on an airliner at Fayetteville airport with a smoke grenade. He was charged with possession of a WMD. Go figure...

     
  • At 3:43 PM, Blogger Mooneyguy said…

    Let's see, how many people have been killed with hand grenades in shopping malls in the US? I'll go with zero. How many people have been killed in US schools by nutcases with handguns? I'll go with several. I'd say you're still safer in a shopping mall than an American school. Shop 'til you drop you cowards...

     
  • At 6:32 PM, Blogger Marshall Art said…

    As yet another example of the very, very stupid man who calls himself "mooneyguy", I offer his last comment. What possible bearing on the discussion could a comparison between grenades and handguns have? Has anyone, anywhere at anytime suggested a heightened sense of dread concerning shopping at malls since this incident occurred? Are you suggesting that a wackjob seeking grenades to detonate in a shopping mall is someone that shouldn't arouse concern? Do you often confuse your head with your ass since both excrete so much shit?

     
  • At 7:34 AM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    Moonshine prefers people get killed, so he can blame his favorite scapegoat, the Bushes and the Jews. Moonshine is a vindictive coward who probably never served himself, albeit he likes to goad people into the 'if you didn't serve you can't speak' crap. John Kerry served, and he's a traitor. Same with Jack Murtha. Anyway, back to Moonshine wanting people dead. He prefers we wait for dead and dying, since it can blamed on this President. Never St. William Jefferson. Bush's second term has been abyssmal in many respects. However, stopping terrorism seems to be working. No attacks on US soil in over 5 years. Moonshine is only OK if Christians and Jews die, since he's a bloodthirsty islamophile and islamofascist. Moonshine doesn't believe in any holidays. He's the type who sits home and sulks while everyone else actually enjoys life. Likewise he would sue everyone else, so misery has company. Marshall, he probably isn't an American. He was unlikely to have served this country. And I don't know whether to pity to laugh at whomever would choose to marry him.

    OK, when a Palestinian straps dynamite to his chest, kills dozens of Israelis, that's a weapon of mass destruction. Iraqi does the same crap, packs a truckload of explosives and takes out a mosque, that's a WMD. Both the resident libtard moonface needs to get his head out of Mikey Moore's fat cavernous ass and back to reality.

    Let's wait and see. Yeah, that worked so well when dealing with Al Qaeda, didn't it President Clinton? Secretary Halfbright? Sandy Burglar? Nope, we got 3000 dead thanks to your stupid selves....

     
  • At 8:30 AM, Blogger Kevin said…

    I wasn't citing liberal nonsense ND - I was just curious.

    Neither is good obviously, but there is a LARGE difference in an explosion meant to kill 12 people vs. one that is meant to kill 300,000. ...and it is MUCH worse.

    It was just not my understanding that a grenade, or dynamite, or anything else like that actually constituted a WMD.

     
  • At 10:23 AM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    Killing more than 2 people is not a WMD? Causing structural damages to a shopping center and wounding dozens is not?

     
  • At 9:50 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    Look - the guy should go to jail - period.

    But, NO, killing 3 people does not constitute a WMD. Killing 30 people does not either. Causing structural damage does not constitute a WMD. I think we all have a clear vision of what a WMD should be, hence my confusion on the charge.

    I couldn't find a number defined, but Wiki seems to suggest it be a nuclear, chemical, and/or biological weapon.

    ...which a hand grenade is just not.

     
  • At 11:24 PM, Blogger Marshall Art said…

    Kev,

    I understand where you're going, but it's a matter of semantics. Why put a number on it? With one action one can kill one, as with the pull of a trigger, or more than one, the pull of a grenade pin, or the push of a detonator button, or flying a plane into a building. One action is more massive than the other and the mass of deaths may be greater, but mass destruction is a relative term. Certainly the average person thinks of nukes right away, and most don't even consider chem or bio weapons until more thought is given. But as I said earlier, to add another charge to jail an asshole like this Shareef, I'm cool with the broad interpretation. Chances are, if it was just a guy trying to rob a bank, they wouldn't use the term. But a Muslim doing the jihad dance? Yeah, it's a WMD. Now throw away the key.

     
  • At 9:29 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    Though ND would have you believe otherwise, I really try to be a pretty middle-grounded person.

    My only problem with it is that this article is getting a lot of publicity. If you go around citing that the guy had WMDs and they were really just hand grenades (1 for that matter) - well, it makes a HUGE joke out of the real WMD issue in the first place.

    ...which I guess doesn't so much bother me as I think a good joke is due.

    So whilst I'll agree it's semantical in nature, I just believe that semantics plays an important role in the wellbeing of our nation these days.

     
  • At 9:56 PM, Blogger Marshall Art said…

    Well, Kevin, I feel pretty confidant that anyone who looks at this story in detail will understand what's going on with the WMD charge. But that's the key, to look at the story and get the facts. There they will see that the use of the term "WMD" is in regards to the charge used in the scumgag's arrest, and not so much a definitive description of the weapon of choice. I'm afraid your concern is a bit alarmist. And if you know of anyone who would be overly concerned due to this use of the term, give him a slap and tell him to grow up.

     
  • At 10:09 AM, Blogger Kevin said…

    I'm not sure I made exactly the point I was trying to. But having re-read my post, that's my fault.

    I'm simply suggesting that Bush has based the last 4 years of everyone's life in America upon this notion and theories of WMDs in the mid-east, specifically in Iraq (to which I believe we still have none to show). Personally, I think he was/is/and will remain full of shit.

    But, whether he was/is right or wrong - the issue over the last years has been made to be such a HUGE deal that it seems funny to me that some solo-jihad acting guy would be charged with having WMDs.

    ...as if to suggest our armies haven't been able to find them for 4 years and now this one guy just happens to have them at a mall.

    It just seems like a bad PR comment when examining our country from afar.

     
  • At 3:52 PM, Blogger Mooneyguy said…

    Well, the guy didn't have hand grenades and had no clue how to get one. I feel safer already...

     
  • At 11:31 PM, Blogger Marshall Art said…

    As I'm sure you know, Kevin, the fact that Hussein never proved to the satisfaction of the UN resolutions requiring such, that he disposed of his WMDs that he did have and used against his people. These would also include each of the three major categories of WMDs that everyone in the world, including many big-mouthed members of the Democratic Party, believed Sadam had or was trying to procure. So in that case, Bush wasn't the only one full of shit about WMDs, just the only one with balls big enough to do something substantive about it. I think it's bullshit that people choose to forget just how widespread the belief of the WMD story was and like Monday morning quarterbacks now say that Bush was wrong. Seems a bit dishonest and hypocritical to me. Personally I think we'll find them in time, probably in Syria or some such place. But even if we don't, based on what the world thought it knew at the time, Bush made absolutely the right decision.

    As to the grenade issue, I would never have considered a grenade to be a WMD, I just think it's a good thing to call it when we're trying to punish a jihadist in our midst. Doesn't matter if he's smart or not, or if he can aquire grenades or not. The conspiracy to aquire and detonate a grenade in a public place for the purpose of killing as many as possible in the spirit of jihad, it's the same as a nuke to me. Book 'im, Dano. And ignore world opinion on the subject.

     

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