Just Not Sure Who To Believe …… A Muslim Or Some Idiotic Attorney?


Well, there’s this ……


“O Muslims, Islam was never for a day the religion of peace. Islam is the religion of war,” al-Baghdadi says, according to an English language transcript of the speech promoted by ISIS-affiliated social media accounts. The transcript, which was posted online at Downrange, portrays Islam’s Muhammad as a warrior: …..

But, then, there’s this from the prosecuting attorney against Tsarnaev ……


I don’t know!!!!  Such a hard call!!!!  Some idiot US attorney, or a Muslim to tell me what the characteristic of Islam is?  Tricky stuff! 

h/t Lat

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27 Responses to Just Not Sure Who To Believe …… A Muslim Or Some Idiotic Attorney?

  1. Me says:

    I wouldn’t believe anyone of them, now what one would would you be most threaten by is a different question.

  2. gator69 says:

    One only need look at the actions of the founder of Islam, to understand the message. Nuff said.

  3. Latitude says:

    …why didn’t we think of this before


    • gator69 says:

      You have a right to run.” 😆

      Yeah, try that the next time a cop tries to pull you over, you just mihjt get you 15 minutes of fame.

  4. Lars P. says:

    Strange, this reminds me of something, just can’t remember exactly where or what:

    • DirkH says:

      That guy probably wants to sell the property so he’s touching it up a little. Even if prospective buyers SEE that it’s fake it still LOOKS better and can net him 20,000 Dollars more. Subliminal programming. The cheapest way to make 20,000 bucks. A bucket of paint.

  5. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    McCoy’s cartoon is a ripper.

    From Steve Hayward’s The Week in Pictures. Be sure to look at the Hillary cartoons, they are a joy.

  6. DirkH says:

    Did I already say you should not keep any more CASH in the bank as you absolutely need to for next month’s bills? Well I thought so.

    Unfortunately this guy did. Now the IRS has his cash.

    Besides even in those countries in the empire that have no IRS, cash in the bank is NOT YOUR PROPERTY – it is an UNSECURED credit to the bank! Since 2014 in the EU, since 2012 or so in US and Canada.

    • Bruce of Newcastle says:

      Read that an hour ago. Yikes! All he was doing as far as I can tell is take his normal business cash to the bank to deposit it. And the IRS goes nuts over that?

      Literally millions of small business owners do the same thing every day. America is crazy.

      Btw in ZH they also have this:

      Leading German Keynesian Economist Calls For Cash Ban

      I suspect a lot of the move to abolish cash is because if you use non-cash purchases you can be tracked. I prefer to use cash which I get from a teller machine. They will know where I take the cash out but not what I buy with it.

      • DirkH says:

        Germany is not homogenous. Bofinger might be a transatlantic agent, like a bunch of our top pols. Bavaria, where he comes from, being the American sector, is traditionally more infiltrated by transatlantics.

        He’s on the LOSING SIDE. Spiegel, who published it, had been hard left til 1990, then got subdued due to compromising info held by Stasi which changed hands to CIA, and is since 1990 enthusiastic poodle of USA.

        So we have the empire speaking here. I checked the comments. NOT ONE SPIEGEL READER, as stupid as they are, does NOT denounce it for what it is, an attempt at total control.

        BTW if cash is ever outlawed I will IMMEDIATELY stock up on tampons and some other very durable, very demanded goods. Because it will be the signal for a complete loss of confidence and that’s when the fun begins.

      • DirkH says:

        “I suspect a lot of the move to abolish cash is because if you use non-cash purchases you can be tracked.”

        Oh and Bruce, it’s MUCH more than that, tracking of terrorists is the pretense. The REASON is the quick execution of currency devaluation and currency reform; a “one off” 30% tax on your cash deposit, and wiping out of the state debt at the same time. And a few months later another “one off” 30% tax. Something like that.

      • DirkH says:

        Terrorists are not the problem, they get their commands.
        Drugs are not the problem, they are what the CIA uses for its black budget.
        And both are very useful as pretenses that you can push on your propaganda newspapers any moment you damn well please to scare the population into submission.

    • gator69 says:

      As someone who worked for a major bank, I can tell you that we had to certify our employees every six months on the Patriot Act, which mandated the reporting of any deposit of $10,000 or more. It is a testament to how our governments work, that they “busted” this guy for being careful not to deposit $10,000 at a time. God help us.

      • Latitude says:

        I have a friend that’s managing two apartment buildings for his Mother. They are separate LLC’s, but both under the same trust. The monthly rent checks are way over the $10,000 limit, so he couldn’t deposit them into his Mom’s trust account.
        Now how stupid is that?

  7. gator69 says:

    Why James? Why?!

    “The Associated Press knows when something should be on its “Big Story” page…like another liberal celebrity who still thinks Obama is the greatest. AP’s Meksin Fesadu began: “Barack Obama supporter James Taylor doesn’t just think the U.S. president is great — he believes Obama is the greatest of all-time.”


    Son of a b*tch! I am so tired of having my favorite artists ruined by their own stupidity. Some of my best memories involve playing and singing JT with old girlfriends (one in particular), and now every time I see her smiling face, I will see Obummer!

    I haven’t listened to Bonnie Raitt in years because of her mindless ramblings on politics, and that hurts, because she was another of my favorites. I really do try my best not to listen to artists speak on politics, because I keep losing large sections of my CD collection every time I do.

  8. leftinflagstaff says:

    Yeah, talent and expertise in one area certainly doesn’t always translate to others. I think the emotion required for great artisanship often overcomes the rationality need elsewhere.

  9. Scott says:

    Clearly James, the answer as to who to believe in the OP is clear. It’s the same as when tPhDS rails on Christianity–we’re clearly biased by our religious beliefs so only he/she as an outsider can make objective statements about our belief system. /sarc


  10. Latitude says:

    figured they had nothing left to lose

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