April 8, 2010, - 3:37 pm
It was merely an “unfortunate” comment, says a top federal law enforcement official.
Mohammed Al-Madadi: “Look @ Me, Blowing Up My Shoe. HAHA, Funny!”
So predictable. Why is it that the Asian guy who breached security at JFK airport, trying to meet his girlfriend on Valentine’s Day, doesn’t get the “unfortunate” comment and no charges filed against him? Oh, yeah, he’s not Muslim . . . and actually didn’t pose a threat. And that’s why he got indicted.
I told you, last night, that Mohammed Al-Madadi–the Qatari diplomat who threatened a shoe bombing and set fire to something in a bathroom–wouldn’t be charged with a thing. And, sadly, I was right. It’s so predictable.
As I said then, if you or I did it, we’d be in jail, already indicted and on our way to arraignment, probably denied bond, too. Because we–the plain, regular, non-Muslim, non-Arab Americans–are the threat. Those Arab Muslims harassing passengers, threatening shoe bombs, and playing around with fire in the bathrooms on the plane . . . they’re harmless. And we’re just bigoted, over-reacting, stupid Americans. Right?
Also predictable is the speed and ferocity of Qatar’s knee-jerk defense of this Islamic cretin–their Islamic cretin–and the chutzpah of Qatar’s attacks on the U.S. and the brave Federal Air Marshal who pounced on this threat. Sadly, a bullet wasn’t lodged in the Qatar “joker’s” noggin.
The Qatari ambassador to the United States, Ali Bin Fahad Al-Hajri, acknowledged the incident in a statement on his embassy’s Web site by referring to reports of “a Qatari diplomat … detained for suspicious behavior.”
“We respect the necessity of special security precautions involving air travel, but this diplomat was traveling to Denver on official business on my instructions,” the ambassador said in the statement, adding, “he was certainly not engaged in any threatening activity.”
“The facts will reveal that this was a mistake, and we urge all concerned parties to avoid reckless judgments or speculation.”
“Mistake”? “Reckless judgments”? Try doing this on a plane over Qatar’s air space, and you’d live another day, only if they needed that day for torture practice.
If Barack Obama had any guts, he’d have expelled this guy–this Muslim diplomat who thinks threatening shoe bombs and lighting fires is funny (and a way to test our response and out the Federal Air Marshals on the plane). But he doesn’t have the guts. And don’t think that President Bush–whose Islamo-pandering was not as overt but just as deep, nauseating, and harmful–would have the guts either. Bush’s inept, Muslim butt-kissing National Security Advisor Fran Townsend joined the chorus of the stupid and described last night’s incident as a “misunderstanding.” She sounded like Janet Napolitano when she said, “The system worked.” Uh, no, it didn’t.
We simply don’t have the guts. Geez, the British expel an Israeli diplomat because someone–and it’s not yet been proven it’s Israel–forged some British passports to clean some HAMAS mass-murdering scum off the planet. And we don’t have the guts to do a damned thing to someone who blatantly, knowingly threatens dozens of Americans in mid-air on a plane.
Geez, never thought I’d say the British pansies had more guts than we do.
Plus, if we had any guts, we’d also cut off the feed of Al-Jazeera into this country until and unless the diplomat was recalled and disciplined. Al-Jazeera is, after all, the pet media property of this guy’s boss, the Emir of Qatar.
But we don’t have guts. Just officials who are useless except in their ability to color the tips of their noses brown.
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