February 28, 2008, - 3:41 pm

Wimpitude . . . or Dhimmitude?: FBI Hints Around, but PC-Gags Itself on Hezbo Cells in U.S.

By Debbie Schlussel
We all know there are Hezbollah terrorist cells in America. Or you should know if you don’t. I can even tell you the restaurants in Dearbornistan where they meet and organize. And I can tell you the names of some of the terrorist groups’ agents here in America.
But the FBI won’t admit it. Intstead, at a counterterrorism conference in the UK, FBI Assistant Director for Counterterrorism Joseph Billy said he has intelligence showing that Hezbollah operatives “might” be here. Might? They’re here. There’s a reason the FBI Detroit office has a full-time Hezbollah guy, Special Agent Mark Green. Hint: It’s not because there “might” be Hezbollah terrorist cells here.
But the FBI–more concerned with being on the right side of things with Muslims than on the right side of things with American security–won’t admit there are Hezbollah terrorist cells because they’re wimps and afraid of Arab Muslim whining. Remember post-9/11 when Newsweek reported on a Michigan State Police report that there are terrorist cells in Dearbornistan?

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After the report came out, there immediately erupted the predictable, on-cue histrionics and conniptions of prominent Detroit Muslims like Osama Siblani–publisher of the Arab American News and one of Hezbollah’s top American operatives. Then, the Michigan State Police apologized and recanted its factual report. The terrorist cells didn’t go away from the Detroit area with the absurd recantation. And they’re still here and multiplied.
The only thing that’s multiplied with them is the level of PC butt-kissing by the FBI’s top people to the giant rear end of the Muslim community here in America.
Hey Mr. Billy, you need to add “goat” to the end of your name. Or just change it altogether to Sgt. Schultz.

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4 Responses

If the Hezbos are in Dearbornistan, then they most certainly would have by now developed cells in…say, New York, Chicago and L.A.
By the way, that is Sargent Shultz, not Col. Clink; the perfect mascot for our counter-terrorism efforts. “I know nothing”.
[S: OOOPS! I'M ALWAYS MIXING UP SCHULTZ AND CLINK. FIXED. DS]

Southernops on February 28, 2008 at 4:24 pm

Thank you..for hitting hard.

storagemanager on February 29, 2008 at 7:13 am

Just a few weeks ago we woke up to the news that federal authorities & local NYC had busted 60 some odd members of the Gambino crime family. Don’t misunderstand, I’m not defending the mob. But I’m not scared of the Gambinos because I don’t gamble with them, I don’t barrow money from them, I do not deal with them and therefore they leave me completely alone.
#1. I can’t get a taxi in NYC that’s not driven by someone from a terrorist nation.
#2. I can’t get on an airplane without being strip searched to make sure I can’t defend myself from the other passengers that are from terrorist nations.
#3. There are terrorist training camps coast to coast in America and if I so much as take pictures of them I’ll be put in jail.
#4. If I so much as report the enemy committing what looks like a criminal act, I’ll get sued, in my own court system.
Q. Who is my real enemy?
Thanks for reporting this Debbie. Your tops! I wish your were heard by more.

HellDogger on February 29, 2008 at 9:59 am

Hell dog is not alone in his frustration. I actually reported a guy that was questionable and ran into road blocks left and further left. I had never done this before so I called the local PD. I was referred to the state pd. Then I was referred to the feds. Then I was referred to a different number inside the feds. Each time I met with more attitude. I told them I was at work and wanted to remain anonymous but they insisted on taking my information to ensure I wasn’t a prank caller. I STILL WENT THROUGH WITH IT. Coworkers that knew of my reporting claimed I was nuts, they wouldn’t have done it. Then when the guy was deported they acted like I should’ve felt bad for the jerk. I work out at the gym in the work place so they wisely left me alone other than little looks. We must be on guard and vigilant. Stay strong, and stand up for yourself. You are an inspiration Debbie.

samurai on February 29, 2008 at 10:38 am

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