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wrecklessindangerment 41 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 15, 2013 12:08 PM Member since: Sep 3, 2011
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  • Does the son of jailed Muslim Brotherhood leader Khairat Al-Shater have evidence that could put Barack Obama in prison? One must only look at the reaction of the Obama Administration during this transition to suspect that this could be true. No longer is the situation in Egypt about the will of the people. It more so seems about rescuing the Muslim Brotherhood at any cost. Fresh off the visit of McCain and Graham, WND’s Jerome Corsi broke a huge story on Tuesday evening: The son of a jailed Muslim Brotherhood leader in Egypt is claiming his father has evidence that will land President Obama in prison. The claim came as the Obama administration, with the assistance of Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., and the open involvement of the No. 2 man at the U.S. State Department, made a concerted effort to see Muslim Brotherhood leaders in Egypt released. In an interview with the News Agency Anatolia in Turkey, Saad Al-Shater, the son of imprisoned Muslim Brotherhood leader Khairat Al-Shater, said his father “had in his hand” evidence that will put Obama in prison. In a thinly veiled threat, Saad Al-Shater said a U.S. delegation was sent to Cairo by Obama to press for the release of the imprisoned Muslim Brotherhood leaders, including his father to prevent the release of explosive information. Arabic-speaking former PLO member Walid Shoebat has translated the report by the Turkish News Agency Anatolia as follows: In an interview with the Anatolia News Agency, Saad Al-Shater, the son of a Muslim Brotherhood leader, the detained Khairat Al-Shater, said that his father had in his hand evidence that will land the head of United States of America, President Obama, in prison.

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    Is Obama the new Chicken Little

    by melvinprit Feb 27, 2013 9:50 PM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Feb 28, 2013 8:41 AM Flag

    Piloshit, I think dog just ate your breakfast and lunch, too. What's taking you so long to reply?

  • wrecklessindangerment by wrecklessindangerment Feb 27, 2013 7:06 PM Flag

    Neil Munro 7:03 PM 02/26/2013 dailycaller
    The controversial imam of a prominent mosque in Arlington, Va., has urged immigrant Muslims in the United States to wage war for Islam.
    “The enemies of Allah are lining up. The question for us is, are we lining [up] or are we afraid because they may call us terrorists?” Shaker Elsayed told a crowd of Ethiopian Muslims during a lecture at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va.
    “Let me give you the good news: they are already calling us terrorists anyway. Whether you sitting at home, watching TV, drinking coffee, sleeping or playing with your kids, you are a terrorist because you are a Muslim.”
    “Well, give them a run for their money. Make it worth it. Make this title worth it, and be a good Muslim,” said the Cairo-born Muslim.
    “Muslim men when it is a price to pay, they are first in line. … They are the first in the community-service line. They are the first in jihad line,” he declared to applause.
    At the end of the imam’s incendiary speech, a representative of the Ethiopian group walked to the podium and declared the speech was not calling for jihad.
    “Just a disclaimer,” the emcee said. “Imam Shakir, he’s not advocating for armed struggle in Ethiopia. He’s just simply giving us a lesson. We’ll just continue with our non-violent struggle until these guys who are in prison [in Ethiopia] who did not bow down for this repressive government … are free.”
    Imam Johari Abdul-Malik, the press secretary for the imam’s Dar al-Hijrah mosque, did not respond to messages from The Daily Caller.
    “If Dar al-Hijrah were like most American religious institutions it would fire Elsayed, but it’s not like most religious institutions,” John Rossomando, a researcher at the Investigative Project on Terrorism.
    “The mosque operates as a front for Hamas … [and] has the distinction of being connected with more terror plots than just about any other mosque in America,” he said in a statement to TheDC.
    Ethiopia is a majority-Christian country and has defended itself from encroaching Muslims armies for more than 1,000 years. Currently, Muslims in Ethiopia’s Ogaden region complain that the central government has not given them autonomy.
    “Ethiopian muslims are protesting against perceived government interference in their activities … [and] observers fear the latest move by the government would spark protests by muslims in the Horn of Africa country,” said a website run by Badr Ethiopia, an Ethiopian Muslim group.
    The group cites the controversial Council on American Islamic Relations as an affiliate.
    Elsayed’s comments add to his history of controversial statements that match orthodox Islam, but which clash with American culture.
    In 1990, for example, The New York Times quoted him saying that the murder of a radical Jewish nationalist in New York was legal under Muslim law.
    The murder of rabbi Meir Kahane “was not a violation, in the sense that Kahane adopted a position against all Arabs and Muslims,” said Elsayed, according to the Times.
    According to numerous Islamic leaders, Islamic law endorses the use of war to expand the rule of Islam. The law, dubbed Shariah, also endorses the killing of Islam’s critics, including poets Christian preachers, and it allows only grudging recognition of non-Islamic governments.
    For orthodox Muslims, civilian law is subordinate to Islamic requirements.
    That provision has been implemented, at least in part, in Egypt’s new 2012 constitution. The constitution was mostly written by legislators in the political party created by the international Muslim Brotherhood organization.

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    A Muslim man is behind bars

    by greedyoilbastards Feb 24, 2013 10:33 AM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Feb 25, 2013 5:24 AM Flag

    We need to seal our borders before it's too late! Both France and the United States want Algeria to seal its borders with Mali, and France wants Algeria to continue to allow French planes to overfly its territory in the ongoing battle against jihadist terrorists in North Africa, so why doesn't Obama do the same for the USA and seal our borders? Is there any wonder why the shelves are kept empty in all the gun stores today?

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    A Muslim man is behind bars

    by greedyoilbastards Feb 24, 2013 10:33 AM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Feb 25, 2013 5:16 AM Flag

    Terrorists are a very real and growing threat in America and to American interests around the world. It should be assumed these are not the only cell locations within the US and that they are subject to change. standeyo

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    A Muslim man is behind bars

    by greedyoilbastards Feb 24, 2013 10:33 AM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Feb 25, 2013 5:03 AM Flag

    It continues to this very day. Everything in the last post was only up to the year 2005. In another article: WHY BEHEADINGS ARE BACK AS EXECUTION METHOD OF CHOICE FOR ISLAMIC TERRORISTS(One has to wonder when were beheadings not the choice for Islamic terrorists). Published on 2012-08-31 11:47:11 By Matthias Heine
    DIE WELT/Worldcrunch
    The news out of Afghanistan is that the Taliban beheaded 17 men and women who had gathered for a mixed-gender social event with music and dancing.
    This, of course, is not the first time the excesses of Muslim jihadists have included beheadings. Dozens of headless bodies were found in the Tigris River years ago in Iraq, while the Taliban have used the terror of the literal sword to good media effect to enforce their archaic moral code.
    Al Qaeda leader Abu Musab al-Zarkawi terrorized Iraq until he was killed by the allies in 2006. His specialty was beheading people, like American businessman Nicholas Berg in front of a video camera and then posting the film on the Internet. The computer server in Mali, from which the film could be downloaded, had to be shut down a few times because traffic was so high.
    "Beheading" is actually a euphemism – the word refers to what was considered a relatively humane method of execution, by which the head was swiftly removed with a sword or guillotine. Compared to other methods used, such as crucifixion, burning at the stake, hanging, the wheel, or burying alive, the method actually represented progress and for this reason in Europe beheading was for a long time a “privilege” of the elite.
    Berg’s head, however, was not separated swiftly. Like American journalist Daniel Pearl before him in 2001, it was slowly cut off, as were the heads of Russian soldiers in Chechnya, Serbian prisoners who fell into the hands of international jihadists during the Balkan War, and thousands of victims of the armed Islamic group known as GIA in Algeria during the 1990s – "Mohammed the Dwarf," a trained butcher, is said to have hacked off 86 heads in a single night.
    Seldom has the term, used by German historian Richard van Dülmen -- "Theater of Horror" – to describe punishment in early modern Germany, been illustrated in our own time as vividly as this. Just as political Islam is a masquerade in which various underlying motives such as nationalism, poverty, lust for power, criminality, sadism and delusions of grandeur parade in historical guise, beheading “infidels” is also a theatrical staging pairing Islamic tradition with mass electronic propaganda.
    The head and the sword have a specific place in the rhetoric, heraldry and history of Islam. There is no shortage of passages in the Koran that jihadists can interpret to support their propaganda. Chapter 47, Verse 4, is a favorite: "When you meet the unbelievers (in battle), smite their necks until you have crushed them…” Still, the way that sentence continues is: "then bind your captives firmly; thereafter (you are entitled to) set them free, either by an act of grace, or against ransom, until the war ends.”
    The Prophet Mohammed himself did nothing to support the view that passages like that in the Koran should be leavened by milder action. A favorite anecdote of fanatical Islamists is that of the Jewish Quraiza tribe that surrendered to Mohammed after a 25-day siege, after which 600 to 900 of the men were beheaded.
    And it went on like that in North Africa, Spain, Asia, everywhere where Islam spread. The religion’s history is poor in philosophically uplifting conversion tales and rich in stories of conquered peoples given the choice to convert... or pay with their heads. Typically, the flag of Saudi Arabia, Osama Bin Laden’s native country and inexhaustible source of funding for preachers of hate and terrorists, features a sword.
    Of course symbolic swords of that type are not exclusive to Islam, just as beheading as a method of execution isn’t – it was introduced during the days of the Roman Empire at a time when the usual means was being flung off the Tarpeian Rock, a steep cliff overlooking the Forum in Rome.
    Although the Teutons practiced decapitation as a method of execution, the Germans in 1945 were proud of the fact that they used the relatively humane guillotine method as opposed to Great Britain and Austria, where hanging was the norm, or Spain where as late as the 1970s criminals sentenced to death suffered the slow strangulation known as garotting.
    However in Europe, the Enlightenment and the experience of the abuse of the death sentence by dictators led to the demise of such archaic practices – which is why the Taliban knows they can count on high-grade outrage when they perpetrate their theater of horrors.
    So when participants at a village fete are beheaded, on the one hand it is sheer madness and on the other, there is method to it. The “infidels” – who in Afghanistan also include all those who live under the protection of Western troops – are served the very clear message that they too are enemies of Islam and will be slaughtered like animals.
    Koran interpreter Nasr Abu Zayd said a few years ago that these bloody messages from the bearded executioners in Arabic countries are viewed with mixed feelings: "People are afraid they’ll return to their own countries one day and do the same thing there." His fear was justified, and the latest outrage is by far not the only example of it. In the Taliban's Afghanistan, in Iraq, and everywhere else where Sharia law is a reference, far more Muslims have been killed than “infidels.”

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    A Muslim man is behind bars

    by greedyoilbastards Feb 24, 2013 10:33 AM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Feb 25, 2013 4:47 AM Flag

    Terrorists filmed the beheadings of Americans Nicholas Berg, Jack Hensley, and Eugene Armstrong, and this is just the short list. Beheading in the Name of Islam: Images of masked terrorists standing behind Western hostages in Iraq and Saudi Arabia have become all too common on Arabic satellite stations such as Al-Jazeera and Al-Manar. Islamist websites such as Muntadiyat al-Mahdi[1] go further, streaming video of their murder.
    The February 2002 decapitation of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, true to its intention, horrified the Western audience. Chechen rebels, egged on by Islamist benefactors, had adopted the practice four years earlier,[2] but the absence of widely broadcast videos limited the psychological impact of hostage decapitation. The Pearl murder and video catalyzed the resurgence of this historical Islamic practice. In Iraq, terrorists filmed the beheadings of Americans Nicholas Berg, Jack Hensley, and Eugene Armstrong. Other victims include Turks, an Egyptian, a Korean, Bulgarians, a British businessman, and a Nepalese. Scores of Iraqis, both Kurds and Arabs, have also fallen victim to Islamist terrorists' knives. The new fad in terrorist brutality has extended to Saudi Arabia where Islamist terrorists murdered American businessman Paul Johnson, whose head was later discovered in a freezer in an Al-Qaeda hideout. A variation upon this theme would be the practice of Islamists slitting the throats of those opponents they label infidels. This is what happened to Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh, first gunned down and then mutilated on an Amsterdam street,[3] and to an Egyptian Coptic family in New Jersey after the father had angered Islamists with Internet chat room criticisms of Islam.[4]
    The purpose of terrorism is to strike fear into the hearts of opponents in order to win political concession. As the shock value wears off and the Western world becomes immunized to any particular tactic, terrorists develop new ones in order to maximize shock and the press reaction upon which they thrive. In the 1970s and 1980s, terrorists hijacked airliners to win headlines. In the 1980s and 1990s, the car bomb became more popular; Palestinian terrorists perfected suicide bombings in the 1990s. But what once garnered days of commentary now generates only hours. Decapitation has become the latest fashion. In many ways, it sends terrorism back to the future. Unlike hijackings and car bombs, ritual beheading has a long precedent in Islamic theology and history.

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    A Muslim man is behind bars

    by greedyoilbastards Feb 24, 2013 10:33 AM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Feb 25, 2013 4:36 AM Flag

    Hurray, just so they keep him in jail! Maybe he deserves an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth deal for his punishment, 'ceptin' in reverse. Instead of wasting a bullet, he should first have his hands chopped off one at a time, and then . . . .
    You know where this is going, don't you?
    And then have his head cut off unmercifully and slowly with a dull knife and have his terrified screams recorded for posterity as a few jihadists have already done in the past murdering innocent civilians. What were their names? Has everyone forgotten already? Terrorists filmed the beheadings of Americans Nicholas Berg, Jack Hensley, and Eugene Armstrong.

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    A Muslim man is behind bars

    by greedyoilbastards Feb 24, 2013 10:33 AM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Feb 24, 2013 11:35 AM Flag

    pilodialcyst, a pilonidal cyst, also referred to as a pilonidal abscess, pilonidal sinus or sacrococcygeal fistula, is a cyst or abscess near or on the natal cleft of the buttocks that often contains hair and skin debris.
    You chose a good alias for yourself. The name fits you well!

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    dogshitforbrains = mouthbreather

    by billymobob Feb 23, 2013 7:32 PM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Feb 24, 2013 11:19 AM Flag

    I thought this was right up your alley, piloshit, you old dog!

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    dogshitforbrains = mouthbreather

    by billymobob Feb 23, 2013 7:32 PM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Feb 24, 2013 10:55 AM Flag

    billymobob, or could it be you have something else on your mind, something warm blooded, but with four legs?

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    dogshitforbrains = mouthbreather

    by billymobob Feb 23, 2013 7:32 PM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Feb 24, 2013 10:45 AM Flag

    billymobob, I found a new girlfriend for you when you get tired of your old one:
    Police: Las Vegas woman caught having sex with pit bull in yard, continues after saying “hi” to officers
    Thursday, February 21, 2013 11:50
    Excerpted Las Vegas Review Journal:
    A woman was arrested Tuesday on a charge of gross lewdness with a pit bull in her yard.
    Kara Vandereyk, 23, was booked after Las Vegas police officers, about 11 a.m., saw a woman having sex with a dog in the yard of a home in the 300 block of N. 16th St., near Bonanza Road and Bruce Street.
    Vandereyk was naked and on the ground when officers arrived, according to the arrest report.
    When Vandereyk noticed the officers, she said, “Hi,” and began touching the dog in a sexual way, the report said.
    But it was because of love…should she have right to marry her dog next??
    The depravity of our society has gone beyond disgusting. Whether she’s mentally ill or was on drugs is not confirmed, but according to the report she claims to have bipolar disorder and is unable to tell what year it is, who the president is or what her name is.
    Yet, she knows what bipolar disorder is?
    2013-02-21 11:46:02
    patdollard

  • Reply to

    dogshitforbrains = mouthbreather

    by billymobob Feb 23, 2013 7:32 PM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Feb 23, 2013 11:35 PM Flag

    Like you don't! Typical commie hypocrite.

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    dogshitforbrains = mouthbreather

    by billymobob Feb 23, 2013 7:32 PM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Feb 23, 2013 11:27 PM Flag

    Shocking, just shocking!

  • Reply to

    MCD coffee causes the #$%$ itchies

    by vertrosaht Dec 4, 2012 8:58 AM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Dec 4, 2012 6:39 PM Flag

    Search for pyssed consumer with an "i" , and search their website for Mcdonalds. I'm certainly one among many pyssed consumers!

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    MCD coffee causes the #$%$ itchies

    by vertrosaht Dec 4, 2012 8:58 AM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Dec 4, 2012 6:02 PM Flag

    P.S. I wonder if anyone spit into the sandwiches I bought?!

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    MCD coffee causes the #$%$ itchies

    by vertrosaht Dec 4, 2012 8:58 AM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Dec 4, 2012 6:00 PM Flag

    A gip joint if you ask me or did some competitor mail out a booklet of coupons? I received a booklet of coupons in the mail for McDonald's called, " 'tis the seasoning", with claimed "$30 in savings inside", and the Golden Arches will not honor them. Instead, at the pay window they led me to believe I was getting the coupon deal when they really were giving me another altogether different deal. I was expecting to leave after paying and driving to the next window with four sandwiches, two for me and two for my friend as separate customers. The coupon said, "Limit one coupon per person per visit". I left with only two sandwiches completely agitated and #$%$-off with corporate, but not the manager as he was only doing what corporate told him to do when presented the coupons. They could simply have told me they didn't honor the coupons and I would have left, still a little agitated, but not nearly as much as I ended up. I don't care much for the way they treated me. Never again!

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    you are

    by jsage38 Jul 10, 2012 6:30 PM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Jul 12, 2012 6:46 AM Flag

    $4? That is some wishful thinking. I noticed Real Estate market has been trying to drum up business for themselves on how great a time it is to be buying a home, which is true if you have a good paying job or have managed to accumilate some wealth, but for most of us just trying to make ends meet, buying a home is simply out of the question.

    May sees pickup in homes facing foreclosure risk
    http://messages.finance.yahoo.com/Stocks_%28A_to_Z%29/Stocks_H/reply?bn=8725&pid=60149&tof=6&.done=http%3A%2F%2Fmessages.finance.yahoo.com%2FStocks_%2528A_to_Z%2529%2FStocks_H%2Fthreadview%3Fm%3Dtm%26bn%3D8725%26tid%3D60143%26mid%3D60149%26tof%3D6%26frt%3D2

    More US homes facing foreclosure risk in June
    http://news.yahoo.com/more-us-homes-facing-foreclosure-risk-june-040221052--finance.html

  • wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Jun 26, 2012 11:20 AM Flag

    As a customer, I am dissatisfied with Amerigas because of their add-on charges to my bill. It is alone enough that I pay nearly 3x the price for their gas because of their usage agreement. Between tank rental fees, Meter Service Fee, fuel surcharge fee(Fuel Recovery Fee), HazMat & Safety Compliance Fee, and taxes, this winter I paid $6.20 per gallon. We used to have a 200 gallon tank which needed filling twice a year before Amerigas took over and replaced the 200 gallon tank with a 100 gallon tank which automatically tossed us into a high price per gallon. We were being forced to buy smaller quantities. As I said, this winter after taxes and all their nonsense we paid $6.20 per gallon. No wonder customers are leaving in droves. Even the workers who replaced the tank said it was wrong! Good-bye Amerigas!!!

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    Oil embargo retaliation

    by Berto2727 Jun 24, 2012 9:10 PM
    wrecklessindangerment wrecklessindangerment Jun 25, 2012 9:31 AM Flag

    “Why shouldn’t Iran use its legal right?”

    I think because they will ultimately lose in a shooting war for quite a long time to come and they know this to be true. Better to resolve differences through diplomacy, even if it goes on forever without shots being fired nor coming to a final binding resolution. The next war, if there is to be one, won't be anything like most of us imagine.

MO
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