November 17, 2009

Calypso Louie Just Renewed His Membership In The Krazy Konspiracy Klub

Sadly, this clown is not the craziest conspiracy nut to cross the innertubes today. That award goes to the one and only Louis Farrakhan, who blames the Ft. Hood shooting on (wait for it)...





Teh Jooos. Shocking, I know. At least one would hope that Louie would be able to credit the Lizard People or something. 


Posted by: eddiebear at 05:18 PM | Comments (2) | Add Comment
Post contains 69 words, total size 1 kb.

November 13, 2009

Hasan paralyzed from the waist down

Is it wrong that my first reaction to the news that the Ft. Hood jihadi piece of trash being paralyzed was this and this?

Posted by: doubleplusundead at 11:04 AM | Comments (17) | Add Comment
Post contains 30 words, total size 1 kb.

November 09, 2009

Major Al-Qaida Attacked On NY Subway Foiled?

 Wow. You mean that despite Obama's willingness to give in to Iran and Al-Qaida, they still want to kill us? Color me shocked.

The chemicals bought were similar to those used to make the 2005 London Tube and bus explosives which killed 52 people.

Zazi, from Denver, Colorado, is understood to have been given instructions by a senior member of al Qaeda in Pakistan over the internet.

US authorities allegedly found bomb-making instructions on his laptop and his fingerprints on batteries and measuring scales they seized.

A phone containing footage of New York's Grand Central Station, thought to have been made by him during a visit a week before his arrest, was also found along with explosive residue. Zazi was also said by informants to have attended a terrorist training camp in Pakistan.

The alleged plot was unmasked after an email address that was being monitored as part of the abortive Operation Pathway was suddenly reactivated.

Operation Pathway was investigating an alleged UK terrorist cell but went awry after the then Met Police counter-terrorism head Bob Quick was pictured walking into Downing Street displaying top secret documents.

Eleven Pakistani suspects were arrested immediately after the gaffe but later released without charge.

However, security staff continued to monitor the email address which eventually yielded results.

The British discovery also came at just the right time – the US had threatened to sever intelligence links over the release of Lockerbie bomber Al Megrahi.

A British security source told The Sun: "This was excellent work and highlights the fact we produce good information.

"(The US authorities) were delighted with the intelligence we gave them and believe it helped prevent a catastrophic attack."



Posted by: eddiebear at 10:42 AM | No Comments | Add Comment
Post contains 286 words, total size 2 kb.

November 05, 2009

Dude the hell!

The shooter's alive?  Dude.  Dude.  I did not expect that.

Posted by: alexthechick at 09:26 PM | Comments (7) | Add Comment
Post contains 13 words, total size 1 kb.

<< Page 1 of 1 >>
17kb generated in CPU 0.0175, elapsed 0.1666 seconds.
60 queries taking 0.1598 seconds, 135 records returned.
Powered by Minx 1.1.6c-pink.