February 22, 2012, - 3:01 pm
Hey, it’s time for yet another episode of “Flying While Non-Muslim” (when there are Muslims on board the plane).
They are 1.6% of the U.S. population and yet they make up about 92% of the “unruly” airplane passengers on airplanes and 100% of passengers clearly testing the system while on commercial jets in the air. It’s an inconvenient truth to the “Islamophobia”-shriekers. And, today, yet another Muslim refused to follow instructions on the plane, acted out, and needed to be restrained as he conducted his dry run/test the system routine that many other Muslim Arabs like him have done. And, like most of the others, he ‘ll probably get away with it, rewarded with zero prosecution. They do this because we let them. But, hey, with the BS chant of allahu akbar, I’m sure he’s gotta be Jewish, Christian, Wiccan, or, maybe … Zoroastrian?
Hmmm . . . why was it so important for the two aspiring hijackers, er . . . “nice, loyal, peaceful American Muslims” to sit together? Why do you think? ‘Cuz they were planning or testing something. There’s no other reason–aside from a gay sex session–that two men can’t bear to not sit next to each other for a short flight. Do normal people shout “allahu akbar” on a plane when they can’t get their way? Nope. But normal jihadists do. Kudos to passenger Nancy Haywood for daring to tell the truth about how these Muslims invoked their murderous religion in their attempts to cause chaos on a flight, and to Houston’s KHOU for daring to include that clip in the story, rather than what they’d do in most places (edit it out to protect the “religion of peace”).
Passengers aboard a Continental Airlines flight bound for Houston Tuesday sprang into action to help a flight attendant having trouble with an unruly passenger. Twenty minutes after the plane departed Portland, pilots returned to the city where the FBI was waiting.
Passengers said the unruly man was a problem from the beginning. After boarding Flight 1113, the man became upset because he was not seated next to his friend. Then after the flight took off, he ignored the “No Smoking” sign and tried to light an electronic cigarette.
A flight attendant asked the passenger to turn off the cigarette, but he refused. The Middle Eastern man started screaming at the smaller woman. “He was screaming, ‘Allah is great, Allah is great,’” said Nancy Haywood, passenger. “And it kind of worries you when that happens, but believe me, there were enough men to hold him down.”
And they did. Men on the plane jumped up and ran to assist the flight attendant. “Every guy that was in my area was ready to go,” said Mark Foster, passenger. “It was not even a thought. You can tell buckles were off and people were already leaning toward the aisles.”
I hope those Islamo-thugs enjoyed being subdued by what was apparently infidel American men, if only for a, sadly, very short while. But they knew that as soon as the flight was over, their quick road to freedom would start. Nothing’s gonna happen to that guy and the TSA is already starting the “nothin’ ta see here, move along” dance.
The passenger and his companion were taken into custody when the plane landed. . . . The TSA said the incident was not a security issue.
Riiight. It will only be a “security issue” to the TSA when the charred remains of a crashed plane are found. Anything before is A-OK.
It was not known what charges would be filed.
Um, I know. Charges will NOT be filed. And if they are, it’ll be something light, like a misdemeanor resulting in a short probation.
Now, if the guy was just a regular White Christian guy, well, then we’d see some real punishment. And his name would be bandied about by the HAMAS CAIR folks as proof of some supposed claim that Muslims aren’t the ones who do this crap.
You know the drill. Been there, seen that. It never changes.
Hey, Famous But Incompetent, might even invite these allah-worshipping cretins to the next iftar dinner. Count on it.
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