A terrorist by any other name…..

| December 4, 2012

Our buddy, Denise Williams at Chicago Now, writes to tell us that the Iraqi immigrant, Abdullatif Ali Aldosary, who bombed the Social Security office in Casa Grande, Arizona isn’t being charged as a domestic terrorist. The charges according to Associated Press are “maliciously damaging federal property by means of explosives and being a felon in possession of a firearm.”

Tucson News Now makes this ironic statement about the case;

FBI agents believe they have the man responsible for bombing the Social Security building in Casa Grande and according to court documents, the explosives used are similar to the ones in many bomb plots including terrorist attacks.

So, even though his bomb was just like bombs used in terrorist attacks, his wasn’t a terrorist attack?

Nidal Hasan’s murder of 14 Americans at Fort Hood isn’t terrorism, Carlos Bledsoe’s (aka Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad) murder of an American soldier in Little Rock isn’t terrorism and now a bombing of a federal building in Arizona isn’t terrorism.

But here’s some domestic terrorism;

Martin S. Kimber of Ruby, N.Y., pleaded guilty to two counts of using chemical weapons and a third for consumer-product tampering in a federal courtroom in Albany, for leaving mercury three times in 2011 and once in 2012 in the Albany Medical Center’s hospital men’s bathroom, the emergency department, on a pedestrian ramp and in the cafeteria in a cooler, fruit bowls, salad bar and toasters.

Here’s some more – Canadian terrorist;

Rebecca Rubin, 39, turned herself in to U.S. authorities at the border in Blaine, Wash., on Thursday after working out a plea agreement for her part in a series of spectacular arsons more than a decade ago.

According to the FBI, the Canadian citizen was one of more than a dozen members of a cell of the Earth Liberation Front, a radical group that firebombed businesses and government buildings across five U.S. states in the name of defending the environment.

Remember the plot to blow up a bridge near Cleveland? All spoiled white brats, but domestic terrorists.

There was Andrew Joseph Stack who flew his light plane into the IRS building in Austin, TX in 2010 – he was a domestic terrorist.

So, apparently, any act that is committed by those of the Islamic faith isn’t terrorism to this administration.

Category: Barack Obama/Joe Biden, Terror War

Comments (10)

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  1. malclave says:

    If the government called it terrorism that would make Obama look bad, since it would mean Dear Leader’s Lightbringerness isn’t keeping terrorists away.

    Can’t have that, can we?

  2. Eggs says:

    At least the administration is transparent on this issue

  3. DirtySailor says:

    I stubbed my toe. Fucking Obama should have prevented that shit.

  4. FatCircles0311 says:

    Shouldn’t the ACLU be suing the utter piss out of the government for such blatant discrimination when charging individuals in criminal law?

    Attacking federal buildings requires clear intent dealing with a political nature.

  5. MAJ Mike says:

    Must not be critical of the Lib-Cong’s favorite religion.

  6. 2-17 Air Cav says:

    Don’t forget the fellow who brought a city to its knees earlier this year. Public Enemy Numero Uno. Terrorist par excellence. Mole embedded in the Virginia National Guard. But they got ’em, toy gun still in his hands.

  7. Cajun says:

    Law students (what most politicians were at some point) are taught the value of controlling the “narrative.” In this context, many on the left seek to deemphasize the threat of foreign terrorism and to turn the fear inward to “home-grown” terrorists. the left wants another Tim McVeigh…the left NEEDS another Tim McVeigh. To be honest, most yuppies and their successors in the major metro areas are more afraid of hillbillies in flyover country than they are of some abstract “Achmed the Dead Terrorist” type. To this end, any actual Jihadists must be downplayed.

  8. I suggest those in charge of the investigation look up the federal definition of a terrorist act.
    Maybe they can deport his ass back to Iraq?

  9. UpNorth says:

    CIRD, if they don’t make him a terrorist, maybe they won’t have to deport him? After all, DHS doesn’t want to deport Obama’s uncle, or aunt, why would they want to deport this poor muslim?
    After the government apologizes for whatever wrong they committed to set him off.

  10. B Woodman says:

    We’re seeing the final transition of our judiciary from the rule of law to the rule of man.
    Where will be the tipping point that will force us to rise up and strike back??