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Responses to RevolutionMuslim “fatwa” on South Park Creators

It was inevitable.  Mess with Americans and they will mess with you back.

The one positive thing that has come out of this whole hissy fit by the terrorist loving RevolutionMuslim and Mujahidblog threatening…er…I mean warning Trey and Matt of South Park is that people who but a week ago were completely clueless to what those calling for a caliphate would like to do to this country are now paying attention.  So for that, I suppose we can thank momma’s boy Zachary Adam Chesser.

I bet his daddy is soooo proud of what he’s become.  I can’t help but wonder if momma pays for his internet service.  Does she wear a burka?  How’s a college dropout going to support a family?  Of course he must bring his little family to live with momma.  Does he get welfare checks?  Seriously dude, stop posting on the internet and  grow up!  The laughter you hear is not “people laughing with you.”  The more you post, the more we laugh.

OH!  And I forgot….

Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!
Dirka! Dirka! Muhammad Jihad!

If I had known it was so offensive I would have said it before!  I’m just that kinda person.  And no, we are not calling for the extinction of all muslims…just the ones that want to bring an end to our way of life.  If you want a caliphate, move to some other place.  We don’t want it here.  You’ve been warned.

YouTube: Boobies can’t be used to make fun of terrorists

So YouTube definitely has issues.  A friend put together this funny video – a Nasheed actually – which is nothing more than an Islamic song.  But see, the muslims like their Nasheeds to praise things like, oh, Mujahideen, Taliban, other violent stuff like that.  My friend wanted to praise boobies!  All hail boobies!  The funny thing is, the original video is on YouTube here, but when my friend added a terrorist flag at the beginning (which he borrowed from other videos at YouTube) and and called it a Nasheed, it got taken down by YouTube.  And lest you think that it was the terrorist flag that did it, there are literally hundreds upon hundreds of videos with terrorist flags and they don’t get taken down.  So here’s the offending video, hosted at another site, complete with terrorist flags.

So what can we take away from this?

Does a terrorist flag or logo get a video removed from YouTube?  No.

Do boobies get a video removed from YouTube? No.

Does poking fun at terrorists get your video removed from YouTube?  Absolutely.

Hey YouTube – we know what side you’re on.  Traitors.

Addendum:  Just to belabor the point a little, the video removed from YouTube was not used to poke fun at muslims.  It was poking fun at terrorists.  Peace-loving muslims would not be watching a video with a terrorist flag/logo on it, therefore peace-loving muslims would not be offended by it.  The people who would be offended by this juxtaposition of images are TERRORISTS and TERRORIST SYMPATHIZERS.

Compare and Contrast

I dare you to read these three stories and tell me that you see no anti-American, anti-Troop bias oozing out at the Slimes…

US Nears 4, 000 Dead in Iraq

BAGHDAD (AP) — Sometime soon, the U.S. military will suffer the 4,000th death of the war in Iraq.

When the 1,000th American died in September 2004, the insurgency was just gaining steam. The 2,000th death came as Iraq held its first elections in decades, in October 2005. The U.S. announced its 3,000th loss on the last day of 2006, at the end of a year rocked by sectarian violence.

The 4,000th death will come with the war further out of the public eye, and replaced by other topics on the front burner of the U.S. presidential campaigns.

*blah blah blah*

Retired Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey said during a recent speech at the Council of Foreign Relations in New York that the situation for U.S. soldiers in Iraq is ”infinitely better” now that during 2006, when Americans were losing the equivalent of a battalion — about 600 to 1,000 soldiers — a month to deaths and injuries.

But McCaffrey said the U.S. military is being drained of its energy and morale because of the slow pace of training that will allow more Iraqi soldiers to take over the fight. American soldiers, he said, are ”becoming increasingly unsure about the position they’ve been placed in.”

Iraqis Don’t Credit US for Safer Lives

The Bush administration has credited an increase of 30,000 troops for a decrease in violence, which it says has improved the lives of ordinary Iraqis.

In the poll, however, more than half the Iraqis, 53 percent, felt that the rapid buildup of U.S. troops in Anbar province and in Baghdad has made overall security worse, not better. Even those negative findings, however, were a sharp improvement since a similar poll last August. Then, 70 percent said the American buildup had made matters worse in the areas it had emphasized. Only 18 percent said it had improved their conditions then, compared with 36 percent now.

The nationwide poll found the Iraqis’ negative assessment of the rapid troop buildup came from all categories of respondents. Still, the poll responses reflected the overall improved assessment of conditions now as opposed to August, the month after the buildup was fully in place.

Regarding security, political dialogue, ability of the Iraqi government and economic development, 42 percent to 53 percent of the respondents found the situation worse. Those findings were down by 17 points to 27 points from the same questions eight months ago.

Poll organizers said such ratings reflect lingering negative feelings toward the March 2003 invasion.

”Direct ratings of the surge likely reflect the United States’ general unpopularity,” the poll’s writers said. When ”viewed through the filter of general antipathy toward the United States,” they wrote, the drop in negative sentiment is notable.

Now contrast….

What Has the Surge Really Achieved?

And here in the real world, the Surge seems to be responsible for, or at least linked to a wide variety of positive developments in Iraq. Sectarian deaths are down over 50% (more than 80% in Baghdad) compared to late 2006. Attacks on civilians are down over 50%. Attacks on Coalition and Iraqi forces are down 90%. Things are so much better in Fallujah, the former epicenter of Sunni insurgency, that there are only 250 US marines there, instead of the 3,000 garrisoning the city at the beginning of last summer.

If you don’t believe these numbers — and there is often good reason for skepticism about statistics from Iraq, whether they are the fantasy death tolls dreamed by Britain’s Lancet or the statistics collected by US and Iraqi authorities — then the data collected by anti-war groups like icasualty.org also seem to indicate a precipitous drop.

(Lots more at the link)

You can see this most depressingly in a widely cited article by Michael Kinsley which asserts that the Surge is a not a success because it has not ended quickly enough. Kinsley concedes, in a sarcastic tone that “the surge is a terrific success. Choose your metric: attacks on American soldiers, car bombs, civilian deaths, potholes. They’re all down, down, down. Lattes sold by street vendors are up. Performances of Shakespeare by local repertory companies have tripled.”

The irony is amusing in a way, though its implications reveal something ugly. For him the metrics are a joke. Either because he can’t imagine or empathize with the suffering inflicted by a marketplace bomb or an IED, or because the lives of Iraqis and of American troops simply don’t count compared to a rhetorical point scored against a hated President.

And the dinosnore enemedia wonders why people aren’t reading their papers?  Could it be because they are trying to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat?

Enemedia boosts terrorists’ morale

Don’t you just feel like saying “well, duh!” As if none of knew this before — but hey, I’m really glad that someone did a study that proved us right.

Are insurgents affected by information on US casualty sensitivity? Using data on attacks and variation in access to international news across Iraqi provinces, we identify an “emboldenment” effect by comparing the rate of insurgent attacks in areas with higher and lower access to information about U.S news after public statements critical of the war. We find in periods after a spike in war-critical statements, insurgent attacks increases by 5-10 percent. The results suggest that insurgent groups respond rationally to expected probability of US withdrawal. As such counterinsurgency should consider deterrence and incapacitation rather than simply search and destroy missions.

Seen on FoxNews and Free Republic. Awaiting the response of the navel gazing enemedia…. *crickets*

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