Our Enemy Endures: "Four Pounds of Anthrax in a Suitcase This Big"

Is it any accident that all of these evil moslem hatemongers are ugly as stale sin?


Posted by jwm at March 30, 2009 7:56 PM

I made it through four minutes.
These kind of guys are just begging for suicide by western technology.

Posted by David McKinnis at March 30, 2009 9:36 PM

There was recently an outbreak of a virulent disease amongst a terrorist group in Algeria. Speculation is that an attempt to field a biological weapon went awry.


Posted by Roy Lofquist at March 31, 2009 7:23 AM

I take the route with blowhards like this, (because if there's one thing I know about Arabs, it's that they're blowhards), is that if they could have done it already, they would have.

And hey, my mail got anthraxed in 2001. It's still in my basement in the irradiated baggies the Post office eventually delivered it in.

This isn't of course, to suggest things shouldn't be watched out for, but geez. I sincerely hope the professor dies in a fire.

Posted by Eric Blair at March 31, 2009 7:46 AM

I do not understand why the professor is not helped in experiencing the policies he advocates.
He could be such an inspiration.

Posted by james wilson at March 31, 2009 8:22 AM


I live 30 miles from that nuclear power plant.

Posted by Cathy at March 31, 2009 9:18 AM

Well, don't take it personal. It's just business.

Posted by vanderleun at March 31, 2009 10:02 AM

A perfect combination. They love death, and we can arrange theirs.

Posted by Fred at March 31, 2009 11:12 AM

"We must resort to pressure with these people. We must not remain silent. We must not leave them to their own devices, under the pretext of freedom of expression. This is a fifth column."

Yes, this is exactly what American infidels must do to repulse Islam in the U.S.A.

Posted by Hannon at March 31, 2009 9:24 PM

I am not one easily taken to conspiracies, but there is a book written about The Battle of Pearl Harbor which I think has parallels to todays situation. The book, A Day of Deceit,


is well referenced and basically states that FDR knew that in order to get the US to Europe to stop Hitler he needed to get the country behind his endeavor. So he basically invited the Japanese to attack US interests in the Pacific.

Today, The 00 needs the population to get behind his agenda. Will he allow an attack on us by the "manmade disasterers" so we will rally behind him? So far, I'd say he's pretty much capable of anything.

Anyway, if there are any WW2 buffs out there they may be interested in reading the book. I actually read my copy through my library. I was surprised that they had it as it paints FDR in less than the saintly persona the liberals have thrust upon him. Don't get me wrong, I think he was a good president, just not not the one step below the 00 that liberals would have us believe.

Posted by JD at April 1, 2009 2:24 PM

I'm sorry, I suffer from Islamofatigue.

Posted by Stephen B at April 1, 2009 7:08 PM