February 24, 2011, - 1:02 pm
Remember when President Bush first doubled, then quadrupled the number of Saudi-sponsored student visas to tens of thousands (over 30,000)? Even if only a small percentage are terrorists, that’s a small percentage on our shores, seeking our deaths. Well, now, we continue to reap the “rewards” of his politically-correct pandering to Islam through immigration. Yup, these student visas weren’t an Obama thing. They’re a Bush thing. As you’ve probably read by now, the feds unsealed a Federal Criminal Complaint against Saudi student visa holder, Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari, 20, a citizen of Saudi Arabia and resident of Lubbock, Texas, who was arrested yesterday. Aldawsari was seeking chemicals to make Weapons of Mass Destruction. He sought to use WMD to murder Americans, American Soldiers, and President Bush . . . the very man who kissed Muslim butt to make it easier for Aldawsari to get into the U.S. Read the affidavit of FBI Special Agent Michael N. Orndorff, attached to the Federal Criminal Complaint.
Aldawsari in US Because of Bush-Abdullah Saudi Student Visa Deal
I’ve long cited the problem of these Saudi-sponsored student visas, which as I noted President Bush quadrupled in response to mostly-Saudi Muslims mass-murdering 3,000 Americans. They murder thousands of us, we let more of ’em in. See the logic? I’ve written about Homaidan Al-Turki, a Saudi student, who tortured and raped his housekeeper in Denver. Not reported in the news but relayed to me by reliable sources, Al-Turki was under investigation by FBI counterterrorism agents for terrorist recruiting and the spread of jihadist literature. When he was finally convicted, the gutless then-Colorado Attorney General flew to Saudi Arabia to apologize for the conviction. I’ve also written about Saudi-sponsored student-visa holders, Mana Saleh Almanajam and Shaker Mohsen Alsidran, who did a dry run for a terrorist attack against children in South Florida, boarding a Tampa school bus in trenchcoats in 90-plus degree weather.
And I’ve written about the eleven Saudi-sponsored student visa-holders from Egypt who disappeared and some of whom were found at a Baltimore pizza shop associated with a plot to blow up a tunnel. When they were finally tried in Immigration Court, the bond hearing was closed to the public because the feds–particularly the FBI joint terrorism task force members involved in investigating and locating them–needed the hearing sealed for national security reasons. When I wrote about this, ICE officials told me privately that I was on the money. That’s not to mention the Times Square Bomber Faisal Shahzad and a Pakistan-based associate of his who was plotting to poison U.S. officials’ food, both Saudi-sponsored student visa holders. And then there’s the Saudi-sponsored student visa-holder who tried to sneak a knife on a plane.
And there are many other Saudi-sponsored student visa holders I’ve written about, all of them Muslims (that’s a basic requirement by the Saudi government for them to sponsor applicants), who’ve disappeared into the great American abyss. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents have never found most of them and they remain at large, planning who knows what? Many of them have participated in various student visa scams, in which they never attended classes (paying some scammer to do it for them, instead), and instead are doing–again–something likely far more nefarious. Or they went to a fake school that didn’t really exist. Also again, most are never found, after they’ve disappeared. ICE agents are rewarded for the swiftness and numbers of their cases closed, NOT whether or not the cases are resolved, with the disappeared Saudi-sponsored student-visa violator actually located and deported.
So, with that, it’s not surprising that yet another, Aldawsari, has now been caught plotting an Islamic terrorist attack. I don’t blame him. We’ve welcomed him to our shores and given him carte blanche. No, the blame lies solely with us and the President who kissed Saudi ass to bring more like him to our shores.
So, with this latest incident, what are we going to do about it? Nothing. We never do anything but bend over farther and take more insertion of the virus. Then we’re shocked–shocked!–when these Muslims who hate us and vow our destruction actually take steps to follow through as they’ve always done. The more we stay the same, the more they’ll continue to do the same. So sad so many American policy-makers never learned about Pavlov’s dog. If you give him treats, Mohammed will keep “treating” you the same. It’s that simple.
How many more Saudi student visa-holders will we welcome to our shores? A lot more. Obama doesn’t have the guts to stop what Bush started. In fact, there’s little difference between the two gutless Presidents when it comes to protecting our shores. They both bow down to the crescent. And ideologues on both sides keep singing both of their praises.
Still miss Bush? Aldawsari would never have succeeded in proceeding against the wealthy and well-protected Bush. It’s the rest of us we need to worry about. The rest of us, about whom he didn’t worry when his Bush Library patron, then-Crown Prince Abdulllah, wanted him to double and then quadruple the number of his sponsored America haters welcomed onto U.S. soil.
More from the FBI / Department of Justice Press Release:
Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari, 20, a citizen of Saudi Arabia and resident of Lubbock, Texas, was arrested late yesterday by FBI agents in Texas on a federal charge of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction in connection with his alleged purchase of chemicals and equipment necessary to make an improvised explosive device (IED) and his research of potential U.S. targets. . . .
Aldawsari is expected to make his initial appearance in federal court in Lubbock at 9:00 a.m. on Friday morning. Aldawsari, who was lawfully admitted into the United States in 2008 on a student visa and is enrolled at South Plains College near Lubbock, faces a maximum sentence of life in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction.
According to the affidavit filed in support of the complaint, Aldawsari has been researching online how to construct an IED using several chemicals as ingredients. He has also acquired or taken a substantial step toward acquiring most of the ingredients and equipment necessary to construct an IED and he has conducted online research of several potential U.S. targets, the affidavit alleges. In addition, he has allegedly described his desire for violent jihad and martyrdom in blog postings and a personal journal.
“As alleged in the complaint, Aldawsari purchased ingredients to construct an explosive device and was actively researching potential targets in the United States. Thanks to the efforts of many agents, analysts, and prosecutors, this plot was thwarted before it could advance further,” said Assistant Attorney General Kris. “This case serves as another reminder of the need for continued vigilance both at home and abroad.”
“Yesterday’s arrest demonstrates the need for and the importance of vigilance and the willingness of private individuals and companies to ask questions and contact the authorities when confronted with suspicious activities. Based upon reports from the public, Aldawsari’s plot was uncovered and thwarted. We’re confident we have neutralized the alleged threat posed by this defendant. Those reports resulted in the initiation of a complex and far-reaching investigation requiring almost around the clock work by hundreds of dedicated FBI agents, analysts, prosecutors, and others. Their effort is another example of the work being done to protect our country and its citizens. These individuals are deserving of our respect and gratitude,” said U.S. Attorney Jacks.
“This arrest and criminal charge is a result of the success of the FBI’s counterterrorism strategy, which is to detect, penetrate, and disrupt terrorist plots in the United States and against U.S. interests abroad. In this case, FBI agents and other FBI experts worked tirelessly to neutralize the imminent terrorist threat described in the criminal complaint. The public can be justifiably proud of the national security expertise shown by the FBI in this investigation,” said Special Agent in Charge Casey.
Purchases of Chemical Ingredients and Other Equipment
The affidavit alleges that on Feb. 1, 2011, a chemical supplier reported to the FBI a suspicious attempted purchase of concentrated phenol by a man identifying himself as Khalid Aldawsari. According to the affidavit, phenol is a toxic chemical with legitimate uses, but can also be used to make the explosive trinitrophenol, also known as T.N.P., or picric acid. The affidavit alleges that other ingredients typically used with phenol to make picric acid, or T.N.P., are concentrated sulfuric and nitric acids.
Aldawsari allegedly attempted to have the phenol order shipped to a freight company so it could be held for him there, but the freight company returned the order to the supplier and called the police. Later, Aldawsari falsely told the supplier he was associated with a university and wanted the phenol for “off-campus, personal research.” Frustrated by questions being asked over his phenol order, Aldawsari cancelled his order and later e-mailed himself instructions for producing phenol. The affidavit alleges that in December 2010, he successfully purchased concentrated nitric and sulfuric acids.
According to the affidavit, legally authorized electronic surveillance revealed that Aldawsari used various e-mail accounts in researching explosives and targets, and often sent e-mails to himself as part of this process. On Feb. 11, 2011, for instance, he allegedly e-mailed himself a recipe for picric acid, which the e-mail describes as a “military explosive.” He also allegedly sent himself an e-mail on Oct. 19, 2010 that contained information on the material required for Nitro Urea, how to prepare it, and the advantages of using it.
The affidavit alleges that Aldawsari also e-mailed himself instructions on how to convert a cellular phone into a remote detonator and how to prepare a booby-trapped vehicle using items available in every home. One e-mail allegedly contained a message stating that “one operation in the land of the infidels is equal to ten operations against occupying forces in the land of the Muslims.” During December 2010 and January 2011, Aldawsari allegedly purchased many other items, including a gas mask, a Hazmat suit, a soldering iron kit, glass beakers and flasks, wiring, a stun gun, clocks, and a battery tester.
Searches of Aldawsari’s Residence
Two legally authorized searches of Aldawsari’s apartment conducted by the FBI in February 2011 indicated that the concentrated sulfuric and nitric acids; the beakers and flasks; wiring; Hazmat suit; and clocks were present in Aldawsari’s residence.
FBI agents also found a notebook at Aldawsari’s residence that appeared to be a diary or journal. According to the affidavit, excerpts from the journal indicate that Aldawsari had been planning to commit a terrorist attack in the United States for years. One entry describes how Aldawsari sought and obtained a particular scholarship because it allowed him to come directly to the United State and helped him financially, which he said “will help tremendously in providing me with the support I need for Jihad.” The entry continues: “And now, after mastering the English language, learning how to build explosives and continuous planning to target the infidel Americans, it is time for Jihad.”
In another entry, Aldawsari allegedly wrote that he was near to reaching his goal and near to getting weapons to use against infidels and their helpers. He also listed a “synopsis of important steps” that included obtaining a forged U.S. birth certificate; renting a car; using different driver’s licenses for each car rented; putting bombs in cars and taking them to different places during rush hour; and leaving the city for a safe place.
Research on Potential Targets
According to the affidavit, Aldawsari conducted research on various targets and e-mailed himself information on these locations and people. One of the documents he sent himself, with the subject line listed as “Targets,” allegedly contained the names and home addresses of three American citizens who had previously served in the U.S. military and had been stationed for a time at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.
In another e-mail titled “NICE TARGETS 01,” Aldawsari allegedly sent himself the names of 12 reservoir dams in Colorado and California. In another e-mail to himself, titled “NICE TARGETS,” he listed two categories of targets: hydroelectric dams and nuclear power plants. On Feb. 6, 2011, the affidavit alleges, Aldawsari sent himself an e-mail titled “Tyrant’s House,” in which he listed the Dallas address for former President George W. Bush. The affidavit also alleges that Aldawsari conducted research that could indicate his consideration of the use of infant dolls to conceal explosives and possible targeting of a nightclub with an explosive concealed in a backpack.
The affidavit also alleges that Aldawsari created a blog in which he posted extremist messages. In one posting, he expressed dissatisfaction with current conditions of Muslims and vowed jihad and martyrdom. “You who created mankind….grant me martyrdom for Your sake and make jihad easy for me only in Your path,” he wrote.
Yup, I’m sure the fact that he mentioned Islam, Muslim, and jihad has absolutely NOTHING to do with Islam, a peaceful fine religion which is “hijacked” by so many hijackers. As I always say, Islam hijacked them, not the other way around. But you know who the real threats are? “The racist American soldiers” and me, for writing about Lara Logan’s rape by these people.
You want more like Aldawsari? We have thousands of them a year coming to our shores. And that will never change until and unless there is a tea-party-style election uprising against every Congressman and Senator who does nothing to curb the Saudi student-visa immigration explosion.
The official purpose of these Saudi-sponsored student visas is “cultural understanding.” PUH-LEEZE. They already understand our culture in one word: spineless.
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