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…by planning to blow up a girls’ school in Baghdad (link thanks to LC Cheapshot911)

BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) — American soldiers discovered a girls school being built north of Baghdad had become an explosives-rigged “death trap,” the U.S. military said Thursday.

The plot at the Huda Girls’ school in Tarmiya was a “sophisticated and premeditated attempt to inflict massive casualties on our most innocent victims,” military spokesman Maj. Gen. William Caldwell said.

The military suspects the plot was the work of al Qaeda, because of its nature and sophistication, Caldwell said in an interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer.

The plot was uncovered Saturday, when troopers in the Salaheddin province found detonating wire across the street from the school. They picked up the wire and followed its trail, which led to the school. Once inside, they found an explosive-filled propane tank buried beneath the floor. There were artillery shells built into the ceiling and floor, and another propane tank was found, the military said.

The wire was concealed with mortar and concrete, and the propane tanks had been covered with brick and hidden underneath the floor, according to a military statement. Soldiers were able to clear the building.

Authorities intend to question the Iraqis involved in the school’s construction.

Use car batteries, acid and rusty knives, please, then shoot the vermin in the gut and let them bleed to death.

Mercy for the guilty is treason to the innocent.

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How about the poor misunderstood al-Qaeda babies that we mustn’t, according to McVain and various and sundry other pissy-pants, inconvenience in the slightest during interrogation, teaching a 12-year-old child how to saw the head off a prisoner? (WARNING!!! Do NOT scroll to the bottom of that post if you’re in the least bit queasy. Even I almost threw up watching those images!)

Remember, those are the animals that the MSM, Andrew Sullypants of the Atlantic and the hand-wringers in Congress wish to protect against as much as a belly-slap. Also, those are the images that the MSM will never, ever let the public see, lest we get angry with their allies our enemies.

Oh, and while we’re on the subject of torture, as opposed to what the MSM, McVain and Andy Sullypants call torture, here’s the official al-Qaeda Torture Manual.

Just remember that when we as much as look at one of those subhuman scum funny, the wailing about Nazis, Gulag Commandants and assorted other inanities rise to a fever pitch in our own media.

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We’re sure Lugosi and Reid are upset with their allies for coming out in the open and admitting this in connection with the attack that left 3 American troops MIA:

Mohamad al-Janabi, a reputed al-Qaeda member in the nearby city of Salman Pak, said in a interview that he was unable to contact his comrades in Mahmudiyah to determine whether they were responsible for the attack.

But he added: “I can assure you that we will start pressuring Bush in a new way at the same time he is facing pressures from the Democrats and the American people. And there will be no problem to sacrifice 10 soldiers in order to abduct a single American soldier and get him on television screens begging for us to release him.” [Emphasis ours — Emp.M.]

At least al-Qaeda know who their friends are. This might be a good time to start wire-tapping Lugosi, Reid and Dean’s phones.

LC & IB Ace, as always, nails it:

Notice Al Qaeda is not pressuring us to stay, which is odd, because I keep being told that Al Qaeda loves having American troops in Iraq and Bush is “playing right into their hands.”

Question: Would these tapes be considered a “coordinated” media buy for the Democrats under McCain-Feingold? Will the FEC investigate?

Yes, the Dem Cong are objectively pro-terrorist, as George Orwell would have put it. Their every action and talking point help al-Qaeda directly, and al-Qaeda is kind enough to confirm it.

But heck, if you’re an America-hating socialist scumweasel, you have to take every endorsement you can get.

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Thanks to Sir Christopher:

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — The Taliban’s most prominent military commander, a one-legged fighter who orchestrated an ethnic massacre and a rash of beheadings, was killed in a U.S.-led military operation in southern Afghanistan, officials said Sunday.

Finally we learn what really happened to the proverbial one-legged man who foolishly entered an ass-kicking contest.

Mullah Dadullah, a top lieutenant of Taliban leader Mullah Omar, was killed Saturday in the southern province of Helmand, said Said Ansari, the spokesman for Afghanistan’s intelligence service. NATO confirmed his death, calling it “a serious blow” to the insurgency.

What we want to know is how long it will take before his peg leg shows up on eBay.

“Mullah Dadullah was the backbone of the Taliban,” said Asadullah Khalid, governor of the former Taliban stronghold of Kandahar. “He was a brutal and cruel commander who killed and beheaded Afghan civilians.”

In other words, your typical, average adherent to the “religion of peace.”

Khalid showed Dadullah’s body to reporters at a news conference in the governor’s compound. An Associated Press reporter said the body, lying on a bed and dressed in a traditional Afghan robe, had no left leg and three bullet wounds: one to the back of the head and two to the stomach.

A pity that the headshot messed up an otherwise perfectly wonderfully painful death of a double gutshot, but we’ll take what we can get.

But Qari Yousef Ahmadi, a purported Taliban spokesman, denied that the Taliban commander had been killed.

“Mullah Dadullah is alive,” Ahmadi told AP by satellite phone. He did not give further details.

Just as alive as Osama bin Liner is, and they’ll undoubtedly prove it as soon as they can find a reasonably convincing double for Dead Dadullah too. Imagine the double’s surprise when his bosses approach him saying “by the flea-infested beard of Mohammed, you’re perfect!” and then add, pulling a hacksaw from their robes, “just one minor detail we have to take care of first.”

Yusufzai said many Taliban fighters had been unhappy with Dadullah, saying he maligned the militant group with brutal beheadings, a rash of kidnappings and boastful videos that starred himself shooting weapons and walking in Afghanistan’s mountains.

He maligned them by showing the typical, 7th century barbarian behavior that those Assholes for Allah take great pride in displaying every chance they get? Right.

“They thought he had become too big for his shoes,” Yusufzai said.

Or shoe, as it were (sorry Sir Chris, I just had to steal that one).

Since the Taliban’s ouster in late 2001, Dadullah emerged as the group’s most prominent and feared commander. He often appeared in videos and media interviews, and earlier this year predicted a militant spring offensive that has failed to materialize.

Nonsense. It did materialize. It’s just that the Talib were the ones on the receiving end of it, prompting the MSM to immediately embargo all news out of Ashcanistan. Can’t have all of those depressing reports about dead terrorists messing up Reid and Pelosi’s (and al-Qaeda’s, but we repeat ourself) carefully orchestrated propaganda efforts, now can we?

And, with this very satisfying death, the Long War’s Busted Beards Tally™ rises to within a mere 8 from the Cheerful Milestone of 4,000.

We expect the MSM to be in mourning for weeks after we hit it in the next few days.

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The father of one of the Ft. Dix Six, whose business was going to be a cover for penetrating the base perimeter in order to murder as many American servicemen and their families as possible, is now whining about how his business has taken a hit because of it (Link thanks to Sir Christopher):

COOKSTOWN, New Jersey (AP) — The father of one of the six men charged with plotting to massacre soldiers at Fort Dix says the business that he’s nurtured near the base for years is all but ruined since his son’s arrest.

Muslim Tatar, who has owned Super Mario’s Pizza for five years, said his lunchtime crowd from nearby McGuire Air Force Base and Fort Dix has largely disappeared, replaced by empty tables and nasty words from passing motorists.

“Now I am a target,” Tatar, 52, said, adding that his business is “99 percent dead.”

Awwww… Ain’t that just saaaaaaaaaaaaaad?

Isn’t there a law that requires people to frequent the businesses of people related to terrorists? There isn’t?

“Normally we’d be almost full. People liked this place, and Tatar is a very friendly owner,” Cline told The Star-Ledger of Newark for Saturday’s newspapers. “But people drive by, they give us the finger.”

Cline said delivery business is also hurting since the restaurant can no longer bring food to Fort Dix or McGuire Air Force Base.

Bigots. Just because a business is to be used as a cover for murdering innocents, all of a sudden nobody wants them to drive around on their facilities.

Federal authorities say there is no evidence that the elder Tatar knew of his son’s plot, and Muslim Tatar said their relationship had waned in recent years, as his son had fallen in with what he described as a bad crowd.

“Bad crowd” meaning, in this case, a bunch of Islamic, murdering, fanatical pissants determined to murder as many innocents as they could.

Ever heard of this thing called “parenting”, Mr. Tatar, or was it invented after the 7th century and therefore unknown to you and your “religion?”

Google It!

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The New Duranty Times certainly seem to be milking that angle for all that it’s worth in this story about the rampaging Islamic Jerkoffs of Jersey. (Link thanks to LC readerjp).

Now, I don’t want a sermon on the value of rules against entrapment, and yes, it does look to me like they’ll skate thanks to them, at least if the story is true.

What I want is an intelligent answer to this question: “Is it right for somebody willing to commit an act of terrorism to walk, simply because somebody goaded him into it?”

I may be terribly old-fashioned here, but it seems to me that the response of a decent human being to an offer of murdering innocents ought to be “fuck off, you psychopath moron, and say hi to the Feds when they come calling, because I’ll be calling them about your sorry ass.”

Or is an opportunity to commit mass murder simply so irresistible that one can be excused for grabbing it?

Am I completely unreasonable in thinking that somebody who’d happily agree to committing a crime at somebody else’s urging is just as guilty as somebody who’d actually carried it out? Is it unfair for me to suggest that maybe there’s something fundamentally wrong with people who’d go along with something as sick as that, “entrapment” or no “entrapment?”

Based on the laws of our nation, it would seem that I am.

I guess I’ll just have to lower my standards.

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Ah, if only our government weren’t too afraid of the known terrorist front organization CAIR to do something like this.

Instead, we end up with clusterfucks like this one (thanks, LC readerjp):

Federal authorities are accusing a former engineer at Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station of illegally taking software codes to Iran and downloading details of control rooms, reactors and designs of the nation’s largest nuclear plant.

Officers arrested Mohammad “Mo” Alavi, 49, in Los Angeles this month and charged him with one count of violating a trade embargo, which prohibits Americans from exporting goods and services to Iran.

Authorities say there is no evidence to suggest the use of the software was linked to terrorists or the Iranian government, which has clashed with the U.S. over attempts to develop a nuclear program.

Listen, “authorities”, we appreciate your desire to NOT cause a panic among the general population, but we say again: Would you PLEASE stop insulting our intelligence?

A member of the terrorist “religion of peace” steals detailed information about a place that would be a splendid target for a terrorist attack while in a terrorist country run by a terrorist regime known for repeatedly issuing terroristic threats against us (and everybody else, for that matter), and “there’s no evidence to suggest the use of the software was linked to terrorists or the Iranian government?”

How silly of us to think so! Why, he obviously just absconded with the codes to a terrorist country run by a terrorist regime in order to show off the floor plans to his Aunt Fatima in Tehran!

Of course, we’re not allowed to do anything about a regime acquiring nukes, a regime that has repeatedly threatened to incinerate our closest ally in the Middle East, Israel, in a nuclear Holocaust. We mustn’t because, as the talking airheads keep telling us, that would make the Vaunted Iranian Underground™ angry with us:

The people of Iran are probably the most pro-Western in the world, though that will not stop them fighting like hell if we are foolish enough to attack them…Again and again, Iranians told me Western hostility was the main force that could push them into the arms of a regime they did not much like.

How long has it been now? 28 years? 28 years with the Fiercely Loyal Iranian Underground “launching the Revolution™ ANY MINUTE NOW!”

“Just wait a little longer and it’ll happen. Cross our hearts and hope to die, it really will. And, until then, you silly infidels must continue sitting on your hands and let the Mad Mullahs do as they please because, if you lift a finger to stop them, the Fiercely Loyal Iranian Underground will get very, very cross and immediately join forces with the theofascist regime that they allegedly hate more than death itself.”

If only they were half as intent on regaining their freedom as they seem to be on joining forces with their “worst enemies” in case we as much as look at Ahmadinnerjacket funny. One might almost begin to think that the Fiercely Loyal Iranian Underground Ready to Throw Out the Mullahs Any Minute Now™ were an invention of the Mad Mullahs themselves. We mean, wouldn’t it be truly brilliant?

The Mullahs get to thumb their noses at the West on a daily basis while continuing the nuclear program that nobody has the balls to take away from them, they get to acquire materials, install centrifuges and even enrich uranium, commit acts of war and piracy, and every single time anybody suggests that maybe acts of war should be treated as such, we have an army of ignorant blatherskate pundits jumping up and saying “oh NO, that will just make the Iranian Underground mad at us and make them join the Revolutionary Guard overnight! Best to keep our thumbs up our asses, because the Revolution&Trade; is coming ANY MINUTE NOW!”

You know what?

I don’t care.

If us doing something to keep Ahmadinnerjacket from finishing the job that Hitler started makes you Brave Dissidents&Trade; change loyalties like other people change socks, only with less hesitation, and join forces with a regime that you “don’t like very much”, then so be it.

You see, when that regime that you “don’t like very much” (yet obviously don’t hate quite enough to actually do anything about) reach the point where they’re capable of making good on the threats that they’ve publicly, unashamedly and repeatedly made, then WE will be forced to do something that we assure you that YOU “won’t like very much” either. You won’t like it at all, as a matter of fact, since it will involve sudden temperature increases and massive amounts of unhealthy radiation.

That’s what YOU need to realize. When your leaders reach that point, your precious feelings won’t matter one bit anymore, and that time gets closer with every day you sit around doing nothing. You can join forces with the regime all you like, it will only mean that you’ll die with them as well.

Add to that that His Imperial Majesty isn’t much in the mood to wait until you set off a nuke somewhere, and we think that it should become clear to you just how little we care about your misplaced pride.

Ask the Germans and Japanese how “standing by their leaders” worked out for them.

Hamburg, Berlin, Dresden, Hiroshima, Nagasaki.

Memorize those names, then, O Vaunted Iranian Underground With Loyalties For Sale to the Highest Bidder™, start thinking about just what you’re willing to do to keep Tehran off that list. Because if you don’t, it WILL be on it one day.

Thatisall.

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LC sixfootbrit sends this:

“I have more guns than I need, but fewer guns than I want.” –Former U.S. Sen. Phil Gramm (R-Texas)

After all, a man is entitled to amass guns if he wants to. No law against it, that’s for sure. (Not in Texas, anyway.) Then again, those who have lost loved ones to gun violence may understandably feel a tad less gung-ho than Gramm.

And just how many innocent people have found their deaths as a result of Phil Gramm’s guns?

Fuck it… Why bother?

I’ve had it to my back teeth trying to introduce the dickless sheeple of the world to even the most basic concepts of logic. They’re impervious to thought, immune to reason and utterly unreceptive to argument.

So let’s make it simple, you tyrannical fuckheads:

You try to disarm me and render me and my family helpless against the sick bastards who will never, ever abide by your feel-good idiotic attempts to banish reality from your make-believe world in which human nature doesn’t apply, and I’ll do what I have to, which is conclude that you’re a lethal threat to me and mine and act accordingly.

And if enough of the sane remnant of humanity choose cowardice and compliance over common sense and cave in to you, then I guess that it won’t make much of a difference in the grand scheme of things. You’ll get my guns, even if it is from my cold, dead hands, and you’ll be burying quite a few of the goons that you send out to do the job that you don’t have the guts to do.

But I’ll have an honor guard when I arrive in Hell. I didn’t escape one tyranny over the mind of man to surrender to another one. I’m going to die anyway, nobody lives forever, so I might as well take a bunch of you assholes with me. And I will.

It’s not much, I know.

But it’s enough.

MOLON LABE!

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Looks like it. (hat tips to more alert LCs than I can mention):

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Tom Lantos, D-San Mateo, just back from a trip to Syria that brought sharp criticism from Republicans and the Bush administration, suggested Tuesday that the two may be interested in taking another diplomatic trip — to open a dialogue with Iran.

The Democratic speaker from San Francisco and Lantos, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, were asked at a news conference in San Francisco on Tuesday whether on the heels of their recent trip to the Middle East they would be interested in extending their diplomacy in the troubled region with a visit to Iran.

“Speaking just for myself, I would be ready to get on a plane tomorrow morning, because however objectionable, unfair and inaccurate many of (Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s) statements are, it is important that we have a dialogue with him,” Lantos said. “Speaking for myself, I’m ready to go — and knowing the speaker, I think that she might be.”

And why wouldn’t she be? Obviously, the Bush Administration isn’t going to enforce our own laws, so there’s really nothing stopping them from committing a second felony by violating the Logan Act.

It must be nice, being above the law like that. Of course, it does require a President with the balls of an underage female mosquito, but that’s exactly what we’re “blessed” with at the moment.

Pelosi did not dispute that statement, and noted that Lantos — a Hungarian-born survivor of the Holocaust — brought “great experience, knowledge and judgment” to the recent bipartisan congressional delegation trip to Israel, the Palestinian territories, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia in addition to Syria.

“I find the president of Iran’s remarks to be so repulsive that they are outside the circle of civilized human behavior,” Pelosi said, referring to Ahmadinejad’s past comments that Israel should be wiped off the face of the map and his questioning of the existence of the Holocaust.

“But a person of Mr. Lantos’ stature and personal experience is saying that — even as a Holocaust survivor and even recognizing the outrageous statements of the president of Iran — it’s important to have dialogue. I think that speaks volumes.”

So negotiating with psychotic, genocidal tyrants with the stated intent of “wiping Israel off the map”, Holocaust deniers and active enemies of the United States is perfectly OK, as long as you have an Absolute Moral Majority Card to wave about?

What’s next? Nancy and Tom tours the caves of the Hindu Kush in search of Osama?

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Via LGF, we learn what might be the real reason why the BBC doesn’t wish to “offend” by airing a story about a British Victoria Cross recipient.

Perhaps they’re afraid that the Taliban might get offended and take it out on their “reporter”, David Loyn, who is currently embedded with them, from where he files gushing, fawning stories about how marvelously good they are at murdering his countrymen.

Rope. Tree. Journalist.
Some assembly required.

***UPDATE***: And then, be still our beating heart, we hear about a journalist having his head chopped off by the Talib. Alas, our joy soon turns to sorrow as we learn that the victim was an innocent Afghan instead of that vile pusbag, David Loyn. Perhaps David was there at the beheading, cheering his subhuman friends on as they brutally murdered Ajmal Naqshbandi?

Our prayers go out to Mr Naqshbandi’s family, along with prayers that Coalition troops apprehend his murderers soon and send them to Hell where they belong.

If David Loyn, the Talib rump ranger, happens to be there when the missile hits, so much the better.

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