April 21, 2013

Make Up Your Mind

From the AP:
Boston mayor: Bombing suspects acted alone

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Boston Mayor Tom Menino says information he has indicates that the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing acted alone.
Yeaaaa! We're safe! Obama and Napolitano say we can go outside! There's no more Muslim boogeymen!

This is the point in the Halloween horror movies when Jason gets shot/electrocuted/beheaded/drowned and the music gets all safe and cozy and the lovers smile at each other and make wonderful plans for the future while holding hands, looking adoringly into each others eyes while strolling slowly to the car.

From the Boston Herald:
Pair arrested as terror investigation broadens

The widening and intense investigation appeared to include the arrests yesterday of two classmates of surviving bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The two men were taken into custody in New Bedford on administrative immigration violations, authorities said.
Then Jason erupts out of the bushes/attic/coffin/lake/Prius backseat/toilet and savagely dismembers the two of them. Movie ends with screaming, ripping, gurgling and blood spatters.

Don't these people talk to each other? Doesn't matter. I don't trust any one in government telling me what's happening anyway.

Jason is out there and he's wearing his hockey mask under a hijab while the administration pisses on our back and tells us it's raining.

From the UK Telegraph:
Boston bombs: Obama lulled America into false confidence over terror threat

In his State of the Union address to the American people earlier this year, Barack Obama declared that he was "confident" of achieving "our objective of defeating the core of al-Qaeda".

Although he acknowledged the need to pursue the "remnants" of the terrorist group and its affiliates, the overall message was clear – al-Qaeda was badly degraded, the tides of war were receding and the US was winning this fight that was no longer even officially a war.

The Boston bombings would appear to present a fundamental challenge to that assessment and once again bring the nagging uncertainty of terrorism back on to the American main street.


Gorges Smythe said...

First, they would need to HAVE a mind.

Subvet said...

I'm reminded more of Kevin Bacon in the closing scenes of "Animal House" as he tries to calm the panicked crowd by shouting, "All is well, all is well."

That turned out pretty good for him too.

Doom said...

Oh, we have seen these people's spokesmen before, or at least the one who trained them. You guys should remember him. Who knew he would be training our own information providers.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

So Jason, what you're trying to say is al-Qaeda doesn't have the exclusive rights to Mooselimb extremist crazies.

sig94 said...

Subvet - anything to keep the sheeple quiet.

sig94 said...

Gorges - that mayor didn't seem to be all there in the interviews he gave during the manhunt. I wonder if they just blow him off so he doesn't get in the way.

sig94 said...

Doom - same tactics for the same controllers.

sig94 said...

Jason could have been modeled after the 14th century Muslim ruler of Mongolia, Tamerlane. Quite a brutal fellow and very handy with an axe.
Tamerlane's life (c. 1336–1405) was spent conquering the inhabitants of Asia. A Turkik Mongol, his goal was to make his capital, Samarkand, the most impressive in Asia. Yet he rarely stayed at home, preferring to vanquish and destroy additional lands. Legendary for his ruthless savagery and lack of mercy, Tamerlane massacred entire populations—including the 80,000 residents of Delhi— and razed whole cities, leaving behind nothing but rubble. And he had a macabre sense of architecture—building towers out of the skulls of his victims.