November 19, 2015
You can now totally stop worrying completely. Dude is dead.
Everything is safe – bad apple is gone.
You could call him the ringleader of the bloody attacks in Paris. Or call him a proud member of ISIS, who went to Syria and returned to Europe determined to sow fear.
Whatever label you ascribe to Abdelhamid Abaaoud, put it in the past tense. Because he won’t inflict terror any longer.
The Paris prosecutor’s office announced Thursday that the bullet-ridden body found after a raid Wednesday on an apartment building in a northern Paris suburb, was Abaaoud, the Belgian national who orchestrated shootings and bombings that took 129 lives and wounded hundreds more last week.
Authorities had zeroed in on that location in Saint-Denis after picking up phone conversations indicating Abaaoud’s relative might be there, a Belgian counterterrorism official said. But while residents of that Paris suburb told CNN they’d seen Abaaoud himself out recently and at a local mosque, authorities didn’t know for sure where he was.
It turns out Abaaoud was in that building in Saint-Denis.
Police fired around 5,000 rounds of ammunition in an hour-long gunfight with the apartment’s occupants early Wednesday and used powerful munitions that spurred a floor to collapse. Five officers suffered slight wounds, while a police dog and two suspected terrorists died.
One was a female suicide bomber and Abaaoud’s cousin, according to Belgian state broadcaster RTBF. The Paris prosecutor’s office identified the other as Abaaoud through papillary prints, which include patterns on fingers, palms and the soles of the feet.
So now that you probably won’t ever have to worry about Moslems again forever, you can focus on the real threat: the Russian patriarchy.
The patriarchy is killing moderate terrorists again. This will not only stop democracy – it will stop freedom.
Russian planes flew a huge 127 sorties yesterday, including warplanes from an airfield near Latakia and strategic bombers from Russian soil.
ISIS-held oil trucks and refineries are thought to be among the targets.
Aircraft such as Tu-22M3s, Tu-95MCs and Tu-160s had previously just been used for patrol missions, reports Russia Today .
They always say they’re bombing ISIS (regular terrorists) when they go after the good terrorists.
And can you imagine bombing all that perfectly good oil?
Hillary Clinton is even getting in on the hysteria, saying we need to bomb ISIS.
Has she forgotten that the real enemy is Assad?
Hillary Clinton is calling for more allied planes, more airstrikes and a “broader target set” — though no large-scale mobilization of U.S. ground troops — to combat the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
She urged Congress to approve a new authorization of the use of military force against ISIS, saying that doing so would signal “that the U.S. is committed to this fight. The time for delay is over. We should get this done.”
In the wake of the Paris attacks, for which ISIS has claimed responsibility, Clinton said that “every society faces a choice between fear and resolve” — an indirect shot at her Republican foes in the 2016 presidential race, who have called for the United States to shut out Syrian refugees.
“This is no time to be scoring political points. We must use every pillar of American power, including our values, to fight terror,” Clinton said.
At least she is willing to stand up to the Republicans, who have forgotten that one of the core values of America is hundreds of thousands of Moslem immigrants nonstop.
Clinton needs to realize that it isn’t necessary to actual bomb ISIS when you’ve got Anonymous taking them down like they did the KKK. They devastated the KKK, and this is even worse.
In a series of messages posted on Twitter and YouTube, Anonymous warned it would launch massive cyberattacks on ISIS in retaliation for last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris.
One tweet Monday claimed the group had taken down more than 3,800 ISIS-related accounts as part of the operation dubbed #OpParis.
In a YouTube video posted Wednesday, the group claimed this number has jumped to more than 20,000, and also offered a link to a list of the Twitter accounts that were taken offline.
What is shocking is that this was only a top news story for three days. It’s almost like the media is trying to cover up what Anonymous has allegedly done to these Twitter accounts.
Belgium, the country where some of these bad apples were from, is responding to the crisis by banning more freedoms.
Belgium will introduce laws to jail jihadists returning from Syria and shut unregistered mosques, Prime Minister Charles Michel said on Thursday, launching a crackdown in response to the role of militants based in his country in the Paris attacks.
Michel pledged to spend an extra 400 million euros ($430 million) on security measures to fight Islamist violence, while rejecting criticism of Belgium’s security services in the wake of the attacks, which killed 129 people in the French capital.
Mobile phone cards will no longer be sold to anonymous buyers, and police will be allowed to conduct nighttime searches of homes, now banned between 9:00 pm and 5:00 am. Laws would make it easier to ban, convict or expel hate preachers.
The Paris attacks have turned a harsh spotlight on security in Belgium, where several of the assailants were based.
Belgium does still have a bad apple or two, attacking and robbing Russian news crews.
A Russian news crew looking for the relatives and friends of a suicide bomber, who detonated explosives during Friday night’s international soccer game between France and Germany at the Stade de France outside Paris, have been assaulted and beaten up in the Belgian capital of Brussels, the journalists said Thursday.
The NTV television crew was attacked during an interview with some 10 young residents of the unspecified northern Brussels suburb where the suicide bomber was reported to have lived.
“A few minutes later, one of them attacked the cameraman and tried to snatch the camera. He punched and kicked, and then the whole crowd pounced on us,” one of the reporters, Konstantin Panyushkin, was quoted as saying on the NTV website.
Panyushkin said the assailants stole a backpack with documents, money and a laptop.
Some of the culprits have since been arrested following the attack, the broadcaster noted.
It looks like you can rest easy – this only affects Moslems, specifically the bad apples in the bushel.
Meanwhile, Belgians and Frenchman have threatened to bomb NYC.
A newly released Islamic State group video that briefly depicts images of Times Square is an advertisement for the terrorist organization meant to market fear, city officials said Thursday.
Police officials said the video released Wednesday uses old footage of busy Manhattan streets to threaten an attack in what New York City’s mayor called “an attempt at intimidation.”
“There is no credible or specific threat against New York City,” Bill de Blasio said at a City Hall news conference. “That video was simply boilerplate that (the Islamic State group) uses to attract attention.”
John Miller, who heads the New York Police Department’s intelligence and counterterrorism bureaus, said in a TV interview that members of the Islamic State group are sophisticated marketers.
“What you saw last night was a commercial. It’s meant to sell a product. The product is fear,” he said on NBC’s “Today” show. “Could it happen here? Of course it could. But that’s because it could happen anywhere. Are we better prepared here than most, if not all, other places? The answer to that is yes.”
How will Obama respond? Is it time to bomb Belgium and France? At the very least, it seems it is time to fund moderate terrorists to overthrow their governments and install democracy.