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October, 2014:

Where is the Muslim Outcry about ISIS and al Qaeda?

Of course, it is nowhere to be seen, because most Muslims are either in agreement with ISIS and al Qaeda, or afraid to admit that they object to their barbarity. Well, its time for them to be counted. Or, if they won’t be counted, it is time for us to eliminate Islam. Islam has always been a barbaric ideology based on the supposed sayings of an insane, epileptic, barbarian, misogynist, megalomanic, pedophile named Mohammed and his sock puppet Allah. It is time that the lame stream media admits that, and it is time that we stand up, as a civilized populace, against Islam. It was never a “religion of peace”, and it never will be. Maybe a religion of pieces, as in heads, hands, and other body parts, but not a “religion of peace”. Why is this so hard for people to understand?

Back in the 1980’s, we were told the lamestream media position that AIDS was an equal opportunity disease. But, the clear evidence was that it was almost exclusively a disease of gay men. Today, I hope, most people realize that AIDS is a disease of, primarily, gay men. (At least in the Western world.)

But, lets get back to ISIS. We hear virtually no objections to them by Muslims. We hear virtually nothing in the way of Western Imams speaking out against them. Of course, you would not expect that, since ISIS follows the teachings of Islam to the letter. Any “good” “Muslim” will want to support them, since their ideology insists on following the teachings of the Koran. And, they insist on the formation of the “Caliphate”, which is fundamental to Islam. We should not be surprised that Turkey does not support our goals; after all, it was Attiturk that gave up the Caliphate in the early 1900’s. Why would Turkey want to dismisss the Calibphate that is essential to the spread of Islam and Islam’s hope to rule the world. While Turkey should never have been allowed to join NATO, it must be kicked out of NATO today since its core values are diametrically opposed to those of NATO nations.

Oh, and in case you don’t know, Islam demands that it controls the world. All people must be either Muslims, or bow to Muslims and pay the jizya, (the poll tax that is imposed on all non-Muslim inhabitants of Muslim lands).

If Muslims are not willing to violently oppose ISIS, al Qadea, and the teachings of the Muslim Brotherhood, HAMAS, Hezbollah, and other Muslim associations, Islam must be outlawed and destroyed in the modern world.


Evaluating Ebola as a Biological Weapon

By Scott Stewart

Over the past few weeks, I’ve had people at speaking engagements ask me if I thought the Islamic State or some other militant group is using Ebola as a biological weapon, or if such a group could do so in the future. Such questions and concerns are not surprising given the intense media hype that surrounds the disease, even though only one person has died from Ebola out of the three confirmed cases in the United States. The media hype about the threat posed by the Islamic State to the United States and the West is almost as bad. Both subjects of all this hype were combined into a tidy package on Oct. 20, when the Washington Post published an editorial by columnist Mark Thiessen in which he claimed it would be easy for a group such as the Islamic State to use Ebola in a terrorist attack. Despite Thiessen’s claims, using Ebola as a biological warfare agent is much more difficult than it might appear at first blush.

The 2014 Outbreak

In the past, there have been several outbreaks of Ebola in Africa. Countries included Sudan, Uganda, the Republic of the Congo and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and several comparatively small outbreaks occurred in Gabon as well. In most cases, people who handled or ate animals infected with the disease started the outbreaks. “Bushmeat,” or portions of roasted meat from a variety of wild animals, is considered by many to be a delicacy in Africa, and in a continent where hunger is widespread, it is also a necessity for many hungry people. After several months of medical investigations, epidemiologists believe the current outbreak most likely began when a two-year-old child in Guinea touched or perhaps ate part of an infected animal such as a bat or monkey.

The source of the disease means it is highly unlikely that some malevolent actor intentionally caused the latest outbreak. Besides the fact that the current outbreak’s cause has been identified as a natural one, even if a transnational militant group such as the Islamic State was able to somehow develop an Ebola weapon, it would have chosen to deploy the weapon against a far more desirable target than a small village in Guinea. We would have seen the militants use their weapon in a location such as New York, Paris or London, or against their local enemies in Syria and Iraq.

As far as intent goes, there is very little doubt that such a group would employ a biological weapon. As we noted last month when there was increased talk about the Islamic State possibly weaponizing plague for a biological attack, terrorist attacks are intended to have a psychological impact that outweighs the physical damage they cause. The Islamic State itself has a long history of conducting brutal actions to foster panic.

In 2006 and 2007, the Islamic State’s predecessor, al Qaeda in Iraq, included large quantities of chlorine in vehicle bombs deployed against U.S. and Iraqi troops in an attempt to produce mass casualties. The explosives in the vehicle bombs killed more people than the chlorine did, and after several unsuccessful attempts, al Qaeda in Iraq gave up on its chlorine bombings because the results were not worth the effort. Al Qaeda in Iraq also included chemical artillery rounds in improvised explosive devices used in attacks against American troops in Iraq on several occasions. Again, these attacks failed to produce mass casualties. Finally, according to human rights organizations, the Islamic State appears to have recently used some artillery rounds containing mustard gas against its enemies in Syria; the group presumably recovered the rounds from a former Saddam-era chemical weapons facility in Iraq or from Syrian stockpiles.

The problem, then, lies not with the Islamic State’s intent but instead with its capability to obtain and weaponize the Ebola virus. Creating a biological weapon is far more difficult than using a chemical such as chlorine or manufactured chemical munitions. Contrary to how the media frequently portrays them, biological weapons are not easy to obtain, they are not easy to deploy effectively and they do not always cause mass casualties.

The Difficulty of Weaponization

Ebola and terrorism are not new. Nor is the possibility of terrorist groups using the Ebola virus in an attack. As we have previously noted, the Japanese cult Aum Shinrikyo attempted to obtain the Ebola virus as part of its biological warfare program. The group sent a medical team to Africa under the pretext of being aid workers with the intent of obtaining samples of the virus. It failed in that mission, but even if it had succeeded, the group would have faced the challenge of getting the sample back to its biological warfare laboratory in Japan. The Ebola virus is relatively fragile. Its lifetime on dry surfaces outside of a host is only a couple of hours, and while some studies have shown that the virus can survive on surfaces for days when still in bodily fluids, this requires ideal conditions that would be difficult to replicate during transport.

If the group had been able to get the virus back to its laboratory, it would have then faced the challenge of reproducing the Ebola virus with enough volume to be used in a large-scale biological warfare attack, similar to its failed attacks on Tokyo and other Japanese cities in which the group sprayed thousands of gallons of botulinum toxin and Anthrax spores. Reproducing the Ebola virus would present additional challenges because it is an extremely dangerous virus to work with. It has infected researchers, even when they were working in laboratories with advanced biosafety measures in place. Although Aum Shinrikyo had a large staff of trained scientists and a state-of-the-art biological weapons laboratory, it was still unable to effectively weaponize the virus.

The challenges Aum Shinrikyo’s biological weapons program faced would be multiplied for the Islamic State. Aum Shinrikyo operatives were given a great deal of operational freedom until their plans were discovered after the 1995 sarin attacks on the Tokyo subway. (The group’s previous biological weapons attacks were so unsuccessful that nobody knew they had been carried out until after its members were arrested and its chemical and biological weapons factories were raided.) Unlike the Japanese cult, the Islamic State’s every move is under heavy scrutiny by most of the world’s intelligence and security agencies. This means jihadist operatives would have far more difficulty assembling the personnel and equipment needed to construct a biological weapons laboratory. Since randomly encountering an infected Ebola patient would be unreliable, the group would have to travel to a country impacted by the outbreak. This would be a difficult task for the group to complete without drawing attention to itself. Furthermore, once group members reached the infected countries, they would have to enter quarantined areas of medical facilities, retrieve the samples and then escape the country unnoticed, since they could not count on randomly encountering an infected Ebola patient.

Even if Islamic State operatives were somehow able to accomplish all of this — without killing themselves in the process — Ebola is not an ideal biological warfare vector. The virus is hard to pass from person to person. In fact, on average, its basic reproductive rate (the average amount of people that are infected by an Ebola patient) is only between one and two people. There are far more infectious diseases such as measles, which has a basic reproductive rate of 12-18, or smallpox, which has a basic reproductive rate of five to seven. Even HIV, which is only passed via sexual contact or intravenous blood transmission, has a basic reproductive rate of two to five.

Ebola’s Weakness as a Weapon

The Ebola disease is also somewhat slow to take effect, and infected individuals do not become symptomatic and contagious for an average of 8-10 days. The disease’s full incubation period can last anywhere from two to 21 days. As a comparison, influenza, which can be transmitted as quickly as three days after being contracted, can be spread before symptoms begin showing. This means that an Ebola attack would take longer to spread and would be easier to contain because infected people would be easier to identify.

Besides the fact that Ebola can only be passed through the bodily fluids of a person showing symptoms at the time, the virus in those bodily fluids must also somehow bypass the protection of a person’s skin. The infectious fluid must enter the body through a cut or abrasion, or come into contact with the mucus membranes in the eyes, nose or mouth. This is different from more contagious viruses like measles and smallpox, which are airborne viruses and do not require any direct contact or transfer of bodily fluids. Additionally, the Ebola virus is quite fragile and sensitive to light, heat and low-humidity environments, and bleach and other common disinfectants can kill it. This means it is difficult to spread the virus by contaminating surfaces with it. The only way to infect a large amount of people with Ebola would be to spray them with a fluid containing the virus, something that would be difficult to do and easily detectable.

Thiessen’s piece suggested that the Islamic State might implement an attack strategy of infecting suicide operatives with Ebola and then having them blow themselves up in a crowded place, spraying people with infected bodily fluids. One problem with this scenario is that it would be extremely difficult to get an infected operative from the group’s laboratory to the United States without being detected. As we have discussed elsewhere, jihadist groups have struggled to get operatives to the West to conduct conventional terrorist attacks using guns and bombs, a constraint that would also affect their ability to deploy a biological weapon.

Even if a hostile group did mange to get an operative in place, it would still face several important obstacles. By the time Ebola patients are highly contagious, they are normally very ill and bedridden with high fever, fatigue, vomiting and diarrhea, meaning they are not strong enough to walk into a crowded area. The heat and shock of the suicide device’s explosion would likely kill most of the virus. Anyone close enough to be exposed to the virus would also likely be injured by the blast and taken to a hospital, where they would then be quarantined and treated for the virus.

Biological weapons look great in the movies, but they are difficult and expensive to develop in real life. That is why we have rarely seen them used in terrorist attacks. As we have noted for a decade now, jihadists can kill far more people with far less expense and effort by utilizing traditional terrorist tactics, which makes the threat of a successful attack using the Ebola virus extremely unlikely.

Evaluating Ebola as a Biological Weapon is republished with permission of Stratfor.

A Week of Stunning Government Incompetence

OK, so do you moronic socialists and communists still think that your precious government and Obama will save you and protect you? Unless you have been stoned and unconscious (not unlikely) for the last week, it turns out that even the secret service has given up on doing their job of protecting the President. The week opened by allowing a “disabled” war veteran to jump over the fence, sprint across the lawn, and deck a member of the secret service. After that, he frolicked around the White House until he was subdued by an off duty secret service agent or two. Of course, when he jumped the fence and ran toward the White House, he should have been stopped, at least, by the dogs. But, they were not released. Why? One report was that they had attacked Obama’s dog. Another said that they could not be released because they might have attacked secret service officers. Excuse me, but this sounds like a problem for Cesar Milan, not an excuse for not stopping a potential Presidential murderer. To add insult to incompetence, the front door of the White House was unlocked. Why was the front door of the home of the most important person in the world unlocked? Don’t you lock your front door? Especially if you live in Washington D.C.? Stunning incompetence.

Then, we find out that the secret service allowed an armed man who was not cleared to be armed onto an elevator at the CDC with President Obama. WHAT?? Of course, the head of the secret service resigned and we are told that there is a deep political problem within the secret service. People who point out problems are censured. Sound familiar?? We hear this about virtually all federal agencies. But, when whistle-blowers like Edward Snowden take the story into their own hands, we are told that they are wrong and that they should have talked to their superiors about their issues. R-I-G-H-T.

Next, we hear that a person with Ebola was allowed to enter the country. Of course, the fact that this happened was inevitable and any person with even half a brain knew that it would happen. To highlight the total incompetence of the government in the case of Ebola, lets recall Obama’s statement at the CDC 2 weeks ago, on September 16, 2014:

First and foremost, I want the American people to know that our experts, here at the CDC and across our government, agree that the chances of an Ebola outbreak here in the United States are extremely low. We’ve been taking the necessary precautions, including working with countries in West Africa to increase screening at airports so that someone with the virus doesn’t get on a plane for the United States. In the unlikely event that someone with Ebola does reach our shores, we’ve taken new measures so that we’re prepared here at home. We’re working to help flight crews identify people who are sick, and more labs across our country now have the capacity to quickly test for the virus. We’re working with hospitals to make sure that they are prepared, and to ensure that our doctors, our nurses and our medical staff are trained, are ready, and are able to deal with a possible case safely.

Wow. How did that work out?!? Incompetence!!! (I hope. Some would say it is intentional; I’m not quite that cynical, yet.)

When this clown arrived, he was given antibiotics by Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital and sent home! Here is a guy from West Africa who reports with clear symptoms of Ebola. Here is a guy who handled a woman that died of Ebola a few days earlier. Here is the very poster boy for Ebola. Sent home. With an antibiotic. (Never mind the fact that antibiotics are worthless against a virus.) Then, two days later he shows up in an ambulance and is finally admitted. The result, as it stands at the moment, is that upward of 100 people may have been exposed to Ebola. While I don’t believe all of them will come down with Ebola, I am sure that at least 6 to 12 people will come down with Ebola. Some of them will die and some will probably infect others.

To further demonstrate the total incompetence of the government, as of 8:30 PM EDT, October 2, 2014, the bedsheets that the infected person slept on over 4 days ago are still in the apartment where he slept! Today, CNN showed someone in street clothes “disinfecting” the sidewalk where Thomas Eric Duncan vomited. We were told that the government was ready. Guess what? Just like with hurricane Katrina, tropical storm Sandy, and numerous other events, the government was not, and is not, ready to protect the citizens.

I hope all of you morons who believe in socialism and communism take note. I hope you really believe the government and Obama will protect and shield you. I know they won’t. But, as the shit hits the fan, I won’t be joining you in hoping for salvation by government. Good luck. I’m glad you won’t be my problems.


Did Liberian Ebola Patient Deliberately Come to America for Treatment?

We now know that Thomas Eric Duncan came to the United States with Ebola and he may have caused a major epidemic in the United States. Were we, as Americans, just unlucky, or was this a deliberate plot by Duncan to get treatment, no matter what the cost to other people? We now know that he lied at the airport in Liberia when he filled out a health questionnaire. It asked if he had had contact with anyone who had Ebola. He answered NO. But, we know that he helped a pregnant woman who had Ebola a few days before he left Liberia. She died. So, he lied on the document. Did he do that because he knew that he would probably get Ebola and that he would not get adequate (or any) treatment in Liberia and therefore went to the United States where he knew that he would get world class treatment? (Of course, the total incompetency of the CDC and Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas were things that he could not have envisioned.)

I suspect this is a highly likely scenario. And, now he may have infected as many as 100 other people, although my personal opinion is that he will only have infected about 8 to 10 people. How many of them will die? How many of them will infect others? And, perhaps more importantly, how many other people from West Africa who can afford a plane ticket to a first world nation will lie to get on a plane and subject thousands, or even millions, of innocents to death by Ebola?

Oklahoma City is the Nexus of Muslims Behaving Badly

Who would have thought that a city in the center of America would become the poster child for Muslims behaving badly? But, it has. One recent example is the Muslim who claimed to represent ISIS and who told a co-worker that he was going to behead her. Why? Because that is what Muslims do to Christians. And, we also have the Muslim who did behead a worker and tried to behead another worker. Why did he do it? He stated that he hated white people and that he deserved a raise at work and felt oppressed. While he did not specifically mention terrorism or Islam as his motivation, we all know that it is Muslims, almost exclusively, who behead people in the 21st century. Also, his Facebook page had images of Osama bin Laden and a video of a beheading on it. So, while the authorities may only claim that this was workplace violence and not terrorism, it should be considered as inspired by Islam. I guess authorities would say he “went postal.” I have written before that we should add a new term to the lexicon, “going Muslim”, that could cover some of the bad behavior committed by Muslims whenever they get upset or are offended.

Islam is filled with barbaric 7th century punishments like beheading, stoning, lashing, and chopping off opposite hands and feet. And, in case you think this is just a technicality of sharia law and that it is not really applied in today’s world, Saudi Arabia beheaded at least 8 people in August alone for such heinous crimes as drug smuggling, sorcery, adultery, and apostasy  according to the United Nations.  Iran sentenced 6 young people to 6 months in jail and 91 lashes each for recording a video in which they danced to “Happy”, the Pharrell Williams song. The person who recorded the video, which went viral on YouTube, was sentenced to 1 year and 91 lashes. The sentences were suspended after world-wide outrage against the Mullacracy. Adulterers are regularly stoned to death in Pakistan.

So, we know that beheading is not limited to the Islamic State; it is well established as a preferred way for a Muslim to kill someone. Other modern examples of Muslims beheading people include the 2009 case of the “moderate” Muslim in New York who beheaded his wife a week after she filed for divorce. According to an article on, Muzzammil Hassan

“…launched network — billed as the first English-language cable channel targeting Muslims inside the United States — in 2004. At the time, Hassan said he hoped the network would balance negative portrayals of Muslims following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.”

Oops! I guess that did not work out too well.

Now, if we go back to 2005, we have the case where a Muslim convert named Joel Hinrichs III blew himself up outside of an Oklahoma State football game in Norman Oklahoma with a bomb he made with TATP, known to any good Muslim bomb maker as “mother of Satan”. It was while training to make a bomb with TATP (triacetone triperoxide) that Abu Hamza al-Masri  blew off both hands and one eye. (Al-Masri maintains that he was injured by a landmine in Afghanistan, but Omar Nasiri’s book “Inside the Jihad: My Life with Al Qaeda” states that he got injured in a TATP bomb-making training accident.) Hinrichs attended the same mosque that Zacharias Moussaoui attended. (Moussaoui was supposed to be on one of the 911 planes but did not make the flight.) Of course, this was officially ruled a “suicide” by a misguided 21 year old youth. But, he had tried to get into the stadium with his backpack bomb and was refused entry. According to the above article, he also had tried to buy fertilizer, which is a common ingredient for large improvised explosives, but was refused by the feed store clerk. Clearly, if he had gotten into the stadium, which held over 80,000 people for that game, more people would remember this bombing.

Finally, we have the Oklahoma City bombing. Of course, the Clinton government did not want any Muslims associated with that bombing, so when they had two useful idiot white guys who proudly claimed that they did the job by themselves, that was the official story that the Clinton administration and law enforcement gave the world. But, Jayna Davis, an investigative reporter for KFOR-TV of Oklahoma City, documented the connection of Muslims from Iraq and the Philippines to the bomb plot. Most people remember that law enforcement was searching for “John Doe #2”, “the third terrorist”, who was described as being of “Middle Eastern decent”. He turned out to be Hussain Al-Hussaini according to Jayna Davis in her book “The Third Terrorist: The Middle East Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing.” In this excellently documented and researched book, she presents voluminous evidence that clearly show a Muslim connection to the bombing. In fact, when she named Al-Hussaini, he sued her for defamation of character. That lawsuit allowed Davis to obtain depositions and documentation for the law suit. When the judge saw all of the evidence against Al-Hussaini, he dismissed the case.

Al-Hussaini was, supposedly, a refugee from Iraq. According to the book, he had a tatoo indicating that he was a member of Sadam Hussein’s Republican Guard. I personally believe that one of the unreported reasons for the 2003 war in Iraq against Saddam Hussein was payback for this attack. (Incidently, and interestingly, Al-Hussaini was also working at Boston’s Logan airport on 9/11/2001 according to the book.)

Further indications of a Muslim connection to the Oklahoma City bombing is the fact that Terry Nichols went to the Philippines at least 5 times in the early to mid 1990’s. (1) He came home early and unexpectedly from one trip in January 1995  stating: “Somebody could get killed down there.” (2)  According to Davis, he was visiting with Ramzi Yousef to learn how to make bombs and there was an explosion and fire in Yousef’s apartment. (Ramzi Yousef was the bomb maker for the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and he is the nephew of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the mastermind of the 911 plot.)

So, perhaps the government should be watching the mosques and Muslims in Oklahoma much more closely than they are.



1. The Third Terrorist: The Middle East Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing, p 243

2. The Third Terrorist: The Middle East Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing, p 247