Major Muslim mayhem memory misappropriations

1. May 18 2012: Entire Ottawa family arrested for drug related offenses.

Given that Hizb’allah has a great deal of crime and legal operations to raise money for terrorism and operations for Islamic supremacy in North America. Drug smuggling being a main source of revenue, what ever happened to this Iranian family? Why can I not find any reference to them after May 18 2012?

2. Jan 17 2014: The Tard in the drain

A muslim man gets stuck naked in a pipe in a secure area (apparently not so secure) of a major water treatment plant for drinking water in New Jersey. He is taken in for questioning. He is known to have climbed a wall and three layers of barbed wire and slithered into a pipe seemingly to gain entrance to the plant.

3. Jan. 1 2014: Muslim building blows up in the US, DHS actually destroys the evidence. 

Gates of Vienna is often posting new analysis and whatever they can find about this most curious and most Orwellian handling of a major event. But no new actual information has been released to the public at all.

4. May 14 2013: Seven caught Trespassing At Quabbin Reservoir; Patrols Stepped Up Across State

Anyone see any followup to this at all anywhere?

5. July 14 2013: NYC Muslim cabbie kills 1 passenger in knife attack and beat another with a baseball bat.

Try googling for any more information than the day after it happened.

There are many many more events like this that seem to be somehow, memory mismanaged, or perhaps ‘handled’ might be more accurate. It is important we do not let them disappear.


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7 Replies to “Major Muslim mayhem memory misappropriations”

  1. Rebels overrun tribal stronghold in Yemen (CNN, Feb 3, 2014)
    “Shiite Houthi rebels have overrun a tribal stronghold in northern Yemen after weeks of fighting that has left scores dead, tribal leaders said Sunday. Leaders of the Sunni Hashid tribe said Houthi fighters managed to break through their defense lines in the al-Khamri district in Amran. “Al-Ahmar tribesmen were surrounded by hundreds of Houthi militants who attacked using heavy artillery for seven continuous hours starting last night,” said Ali Al-Suraimi, a leader within the Hashid tribe, referring to Hashid tribal leaders. “Hundreds of additional Houthi fighters reinforced those attacking the al-Ahmar fighters. They easily outnumbered the al-Ahmar tribesmen and this was key for the Houthis’ success on the ground.” He said the Hashid tribesmen had evacuated their stronghold on Sunday morning. “The Hashid tribes are expected to regroup, and this is far from over,” Al-Suraimi said…”

  2. Iraqi army bombards Falluja in preparation for ground assault (nbcnews, Feb 2, 2014)
    “The Iraqi army intensified its shelling of Falluja on Sunday in preparation for a ground assault to regain control of the city, which has been under the control of militants for a month. Sunni Muslim anti-government fighters, among them insurgents linked to al Qaeda, overran Falluja in the western province of Anbar on January 1, against a backdrop of deteriorating security across Iraq. Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, whose Shi’ite-led government many in the Sunni minority accuse of discrimination, had held off an all-out offensive to give local tribesmen a chance to expel the militants themselves. But security officials told Reuters on Saturday that a decision had been made to enter Falluja on Sunday…”

  3. Karzai sees no good in US presence in Afghanistan (dawn, Feb 3, 2014)
    “Afghan President Hamid Karzai said in an interview published on Sunday that he saw no good in America’s presence in Afghanistan. The Afghan leader referred to the Taliban as his “brothers”, to the Americans as “rivals” and claimed that he had not spoken to US President Barack Obama since June. The interview to The Sunday Times, London, was widely reproduced in the US where commentators pointed out that Mr Karzai was purposely distancing himself from Mr Obama as the Afghan leader’s 12-year reign comes to an end. “This whole 12 years was one of constant pleading with America to treat the lives of our civilians as lives of people,” he said, adding that he met Mr Obama at Nelson Mandela’s funeral in South Africa but did not speak to him. “Letters have been exchanged” though, he added. Insisting that he “saw no good” in the American presence in Afghanistan, Mr Karzai said: “They did not work for me, they worked against me.” Although the United States spent $648 billion during the Afghan war, Mr Karzai said it did not help him…”

  4. The MSM (i.e. The Government Media Complex) is only following strict orders from the administration on what is fit and proper news. My suggestion is to rename the MSM ‘The Ministry Of Truth and Propaganda’ a more fitting title in this Orwellian Era.

  5. There has been no journalistic follow up on either event, I don’t know if the government told them to shut up or they are afraid of discovering things that will embarrass the Democrats. Either way they aren’t doing their jobs.

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