October 24, 2006, - 4:04 pm

Homeland Security Wishes You A Happy Eid Al-Fitr

We don’t recall any Rosh HaShanah or Christmas greetings from the Department of Homeland Security. But, hey, those ain’t the holidays of terrorists.
And in our country, those who are supposed to be protecting us feel it’s their job to wish the religion of the 19 hijackers a Happy End of Ramadan. That’s why the Department of Homeland Security and the Greater Saudi satellite state’s Embassy–the Embassy of Great Britain–co-hosted a Ramadan Iftar Dinner feast, last week, toward the end of Ramadan.

Gee, why didn’t I get Chertoff at my Yom Kippur “Break Fast”? Oh, I forgot. My people didn’t perform such great feats as flying planes into buildings and Pennsylvania ground, or blow up Marine Barracks, or bomb a disco, or even blow up a ship. And, therefore, we don’t deserve the ambience of having such officials as Homeland Security’s own tax-paid professional apologist for the jihad, , slapping our backs. You, too, Christian America. Don’t watch for Sutherland to be at your Christmas Dinner. Atheists, DHS doesn’t pander to you, either. Start Atheist Jihad, and maybe they’ll start courting you with a Festivus Feast.
Below are more of the details that some DHS agents sent us (a shortened, sanitized version is on the DHS site):

DHS Co-hosts Event Celebrating Ramadan; Training Video to be Distributed to Employees
DHS and the British Embassy last week co-hosted an interagency Iftaar reception in celebration of Ramadan, the Muslim holy month.
Guests included leaders from the American Muslim community and senior officials from federal agencies, including DHS Officer for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Daniel Sutherland, Under Secretary for Science and Technology Jay Cohen, and Deputy Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services Alex Azar. Also in attendance was Dr. Akbar Ahmed from American University , who is a leading authority on Muslim-American relations.
In prepared remarks, Sutherland said a new training video explaining the basics about Arab and Muslim culture would be distributed to DHS employees. The video has two purposes, Sutherland said. “First, it will educate our employees, so that they can do a more effective job when they interact with travelers from the Arab and Muslim world. Second, we hope that it will demonstrate that we are taking seriously the goal of increasing the government’s level of expertise and engagement on these critical topics.”

More like increase the government’s level of capitulation.

America’s Tax-Paid Benedict Arnold, DHS’ Daniel Sutherland

(on right, with “former” terrorist at left; shown shaking hands with Ihsan Al-Khatib, extremist lawyer for –Apologies to Benedict Arnold)

For the record, Akbar Ahmed went on Oprah after 9/11 and told the world that honor killing has nothing to do with Islam. That’s why it takes place in the Islamic–not Jewish and Christian–world, every day. Notice they don’t tell you who the rest of the American Muslim guests in attendance were. Hiding something, Mr. Sutherland? You can bet that Sutherland guypal, sham marriage participant, and “former” Islamic terrorist was invited, as were some of his fellow pro-jihad ADC cohorts.
If the other guests are like the usual company the guy keeps–“former” Islamic terrorists, Hezbollah agents, and lawyers of terrorist money-launding charities–we can see why the guest list is under wraps from a public that “just wouldn’t understand.”
As for the video, we saw the last one Sutherland and DHS passed out, and we predict the new one is par for the course. The last one was produced by open supporters of Islamic terrorism, and featured Najah Bazzy, who said, “,” on the tape as one of the great, regular Muslim Americans. (She’s a third-generation “American,” FYI. We’re embarrassed you’re an American too, Najah.)
One DHS agent said to us, “Pray For Our Country.” Unfortunately, it appears we’re way past prayers. Unless it’s the Last Rites he’s talking about.

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15 Responses

I would feel safer if Homeland Security were eliminated and I had the $50 billion back in my wallet. Did TSA save any lives when they confiscated my baby formula? My fingernail clipper? No, just inconvenienced millions of travelers, made to go through “body checks”. Oooh, that made us feel safer. Give me back my freedoms. H.S. is as scary as any of our enemies. Give $10billion of that money to the border patrol along with this message. “Thank You. Now do the job properly. Homeland Security won’t be standing in your way anymore” H.S. is the antithesis of “security”

jeebie on October 24, 2006 at 5:18 pm

Congratulations it’s you against homeland security. Hmm.. what does that make you?

Neutral10 on October 24, 2006 at 10:38 pm

Frankly, noone should be surprised at these developments, because DHS has always been more about cultural sensitivity than Homeland Security or law enforcement.
Whether its CIS rubber-stamping benefits petitions at a record rate, ICE-OI relegated to irrelevance regarding criminal investigations, ICE-DRO sucking up BILLIONS of dollars to buy new vehicles and look pretty in their 5.11 tactical gear while 12-plus MILLION non-criminal illegals roam the streets of America, or TSA tossing Grandma while Mohammed walks by unchecked, this is a disgusting situation that should have Americans outrages, but it doesn’t, because they’re too dumb, fat and happy with a beer and a cheeseburger, sitting in front of the boob tube watching MNF or the latest Wasington sex scandal, instead of being INFORMED on the issues.

4EVERCUSTOMS on October 25, 2006 at 5:31 am

Cowards and traitors or smart.
Our Domestic and the foreign Intelligence communities are cowards and traitors for obvious reasons.
Or for undeclared reasons, they could be playing smart to fool the Muslims so they can penetrate their tight communities here in America and abroad.
I hope it’s the latter.

Independent Conservative on October 25, 2006 at 8:54 am

Deb, I hope you got the IP of the jihadist “Neutral10”.

Independent Conservative on October 25, 2006 at 8:57 am

So she can turn him in for an view point that differs from her own?
Last I checked the “Ministry of Thought” hasn’t been built yet, Indy, so there are a few other things I can suggest you use that IP for.
I’m all about people telling neutral you disagree with him, etc, but when you try and threaten them for disagreeing…that’s just plain ignorant, and simply un-American!

Descent on October 25, 2006 at 10:35 am

“Descent,” your argument is exactly what the jihadists (if you’re not already one) use to kill Americans or to try to control America’s idiots from the ACLU to the liberal judges and the Media.
But their plot is unveiled, it could work for a while because of the help they are getting from the traitors-facilitators-collaborators.
What they fail to realize is the patience of the American people has its limits. And they will pay for it.

Independent Conservative on October 25, 2006 at 10:49 am

So you’re saying that people should prosecuted for views that don’t jive with the republicans/neocons/government?

Descent on October 25, 2006 at 10:59 am

(I should have added this to my last post, but..)
All I’m saying is that everyone should be entitled to their own point of view, as that is protected by the first amendment. The first amendment, along with the rest of the constitution is what makes America great as a country, and it’s people great as a whole. Without things like freedom of speech, we would be no different than the radical islamic, facist, and commuinst states that we’ve worked so hard to keep in check. So before you go on about how people shouldn’t be allowed to have opposing or critical views, and that they should be jailed for it..(Though I do agree that certain veiws should make people candidates for surveilance), stop and think about one of the reasons America is so succesfull as a free country.
After all, the amendments known as the bill of rights, in the constituion are there not for the governments sake, but for the peoples sake. They’re there so that the people have a certain ammount authority OVER the government, so that they can keep it in check.
Let me breakdown a few of my favorite amendments:
1. Right to Freedom of Speech- The governemnt probably hates this one, as it’s what gives them the most trouble. This amendment allows you, me, and Ms. Schlussel to run our mouths about whatever we please, whether it be disagreeing with the governemnt, each other, religions, what ever. Essentially, it gives us the right to be pissed off about whatever the hell we want to be pissed about, and it allows us to let everyone else know we’re pissed too.
2. Right to Bear Arms – You’ve probably already guessed that I’m a little left leaning, but unlike most Demo-cowards, I fully support the second amendment. This amendment isn’t as antiquated as it’s opposition likes to say. The argument that it was only meant to be in place at the time of the writing of the Bill of Rights is crap. It was in place then because the people had to give the government a reason to fear them, and that’s the exact same reason it’s there now, and it should NEVER be removed.
4. Unlawful search and Seizure: I teeter on this one, mainly when it comes to warrentless wire taps. I don’t nessecarly mind them, persay, as the argument that people commonly use, the ” if you’re not doing anything wrong, what do you have to worry about ” is actually faily true. My take on the taps is that as long as the government has done enough research on the people it’s monitoring to reasonably believe they’re terrorist, or affliated with terroists, then they should keep their eyes on them. Other than that, this one shouldn’t be messed with either.
So, before you start to sling bullets my way to the tune of “You disagree therefore, you = terrorist/jihadist, et al”, keep in mind I’m agreeing with the other persons views as much as I’m trying to do my part to uphold that beautiful document knowns as the Bill of Rights.

Descent on October 25, 2006 at 11:18 am

Uh, last paragraph should read “keep in mind I’m NOT agreeing with the other persons views as much as I’m trying to do my part to uphold that beautiful document knowns as the Bill of Rights.”

Descent on October 25, 2006 at 11:19 am

Not saying they should be prosecuted, saying they WILL be prosecuted when SPP/NAU is completed. Homeland Security is not about catching terrorists, its about protecting your new masters like Prime Minister Pelosi and CEO of the NAU, Clinton. Just getting us used to a pattern of intrusive body searches and “papers, please”. If your views are a threat to the new regime, all they have to do is say you are a possible terrorist, and all your constitutional protections evaporate. Bush has repeatedly said all his anti-terrorist laws will never be used on Americans. He has said the NAU will not happen. Sounds just like Clinton who “never inhaled, never had sex with that woman”. Lies, lies, lies.

jeebie on October 25, 2006 at 11:26 am

To all the Mozlum readers in this site:
Move away from this country coz you don’t fit here. There are several other (desert) countries you fit in.

anonymous twit on October 25, 2006 at 12:35 pm

It’s always the same pattern. It’s the islamic plot to fool, conquer and control:
Hate, harm and kill the Infidels and pretend you’re the victim!

Independent Conservative on October 25, 2006 at 3:11 pm

Great pieceÖand nice, unexpected, funny wrap up with the comment about DHS receiving ìLast Ritesî!
DHS seems to suffer from Stockholm Syndrome as a wholeÖor Neville Chamberlainism (Öpeace in our time ñ if we are only EXTRA NICE to our enemies and hear them PROMISE US no harmÖEVEN THOUGH we continue to see how they harm others)!
THROW AWAY the US Armyís book of Psychological Warfare when dealing with MUSLIMS because it is outdated, starting NOW.
MUSLIMS will never be ìfriendliesî so do not treat them as such, or grant privileges to them (letís throw parties for them) based on their current level of co-operation.
TODAYíS co-operation is a THIN VENEER for tomorrowís dutiful Islamic betrayal.
WHEN cops lie down with hookers, and DHS parties with Muslims know thisÖthe boundaries are already blurred, and the former inhibitions are gone. GUT THAT particular institution and START OVER with fresh recruiting based on traditional (hire only JEWS or CHRISTIANS for any available positions) methodology and effective patriotism~
TIME for a third political party to emerge in the USA I thinkÖone that wonít forget that Christians and Jews wonít allow their faiths to be compromised, or their freedoms threatened; a party that effectively and fairly addresses Judeo-Christian religious concernsñat all times (i.e. Hebrew Day Schools and the Catholic Separate School System should receive PUBLIC FUNDINGÖlet individual taxpayers decide which school system THEY will fund), and realizes there WILL ALWAYS BE a MAJORITY of people who will never give Islamism, Communism, Socialism, Secularism, Anarchy any inroad, however minorÖ

The Canadien on October 27, 2006 at 12:54 am

It’s been apparent for some time our country is administered by a bunch of islamic ass kissers…both partys. Has Bush had his annual “religion of love” love-in with CAIR yet??
It is time for patriots to organize an uprising to clean out the “problem” agencies, courts, legislative bodies, etc and restore Constitutional government.

joesixpack31 on October 27, 2006 at 11:07 pm

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