James C. McKinley: "Fuck you…" @ the New York Times


“The gunman and his motive remain an enigma”

I say give this New York slimes journo an enema!

Jihad Watch reader Mike read this post about a New York Times article in which the author, James C. McKinley, Jr., noted that Fort Hood jihadist Nidal Hasan shouted “Allahu akbar” before he started on his mass-murder spree, and then said, “Yet the gunman and his motive remain an enigma.”

Here’s a clue: Hasan Malik before his killing spree, with kaftan & coffee filter. On his name-card he called himself “Soldier of Allah” (SoA) When he killed, he yelled “allahu akbar”.

Here is the card that major Muslim Nidal Hasan gave to the infidels along with a quran before he attacked America and mowed down US soldiers at Fort Hood.

New York Times reporter can’t find Fort Hood jihadist’s motive or basic civility

McKinley did mention the “Allahu akbar,” but McKinley ignored the mountain of evidence indicating that Hasan was a jihadist, including Hasan’s own PowerPoint presentation delineating Islam’s theology of jihad and warning that Muslims should be allowed to opt out of the U.S. military because adverse consequences could ensue if they were made to fight fellow Muslims, and the fact that he passed out Qur’ans on the morning of his mass murders. So Mike wrote this to McKinley at the Times:

J, “The gunman and his motive remain an enigma.”I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a better example of cultural rot than this sentence.

We live in a bizarre age when not only to traitors and jihadis get full rights of American citizens, but more bizarrely people like you continue to turn yourself into a human pretzel to avoid connecting the religion of Islam to the violence it inspired in Hasan’s own words and deeds.

You’re just another ass hat working at a newspaper gainfully employed to keep people confused.

Harsh? Maybe. But right. And in a magnificent example of the media elite’s contempt for the people it continues to try to fool, McKinley responded with this:

Fuck you

Classy.  Made me wonder if James C. McKinley, Jr is the bastard son of Walter Duranty……? Does James know the difference between an enema and an enigma?

Rep. Myrick Connects the Dots of the Recent US Terror Plots

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“There is no current evidence that materially connects any of the terror plots recently revealed.  However, I have taken sentences directly from FBI press releases, and FBI investigative documents, and highlighted the clear connection below .  These plots are all tied together by one thing: a global ideology that is self-identified by its believers as jihadist, or “jihadiyya”. It is hard to ignore this fact  when in these cases below several of these men very clearly, and very directly, state that they followed this ideology (jihad), and wanted to kill.

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I find this connection disturbing seeing as these plots come on the heels of the Administration’s efforts to rename ‘jihadists’ – which is what they call themselves – ‘violent extremists’.”

– US Rep. Sue Myrick

FBI Arrests Jordanian Citizen for Attempting to Bomb Skyscraper in Downtown Dallas:“Smadi made clear his intention to serve as a soldier for Usama Bin Laden and al Qaeda, and to conduct violent jihad.”

Illinois Man Arrested in Plot to Bomb Courthouse and Murder Federal Employees:“…Finton expressed his desire to receive military training and to travel to Gaza or other overseas locations to become a jihadist fighter.”

NC Boyd Case—New Charges…Possible Target was Marine Corps Base Quantico: “According to the indictment, during the period from 1989 through 1992, Daniel Boyd traveled to Pakistan and Afghanistan where he received military-style training in terrorist training camps for the purpose of engaging in violent jihad.”

NY Transit Terror Case- indictment handed down- conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction—explosive bombs—in the United States: Zazi has told FBI investigators that he “attended courses at an al Qaeda training facility” while in Pakistan.

Brooklyn Resident Indicted for the Conspiracy to Commit Murder Overseas and Conspiracy to Provide Material Support to Terrorists:“According to the indictment and other documents filed by the government, in early January 2009, Kaziu devised a plan to travel abroad for the purpose of joining a radical foreign fighter group and to take up arms against perceived enemies of Islam.”