Friday, June 17, 2016


A co-worker of the jihad monster confirmed he was as religious as can be:
A former co-worker of Omar Mateen says he was “a devout Muslim” who prayed several times during his shifts at the security company where they both worked.

Monday night, Fox News’ Megyn Kelly spoke with Daniel Gilroy who worked with Mateen for about a year at a security company. Gilroy tells Kelly he and Mateen were alone each work day during a shift change and that Mateen made bigoted remarks on every single occasion they were together. After 8 months of this, Gilroy finally went to his supervisor to report what was happening.

Asked why he waited so long to report Mateen, Gilroy replied, “I wanted to make the job work. I wanted to keep the peace. I wanted to not be the trouble-maker at work.” But the company didn’t fire Mateen so after four months or requesting a transfer, Gilroy quit. Asked if he was surprised to learn Mateen had carried out the attack in Orlando, Gilroy replied, “No, not at all.”
Good grief. The man truly was a product of the Koran's mentality. Truly disgusting.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016


A jihadist who was only under surveillance and not jailing murdered a policeman and his wife. Their son, who was also threatened, survived:
A police commander and his partner were stabbed to death at their home west of Paris. Their three-year-old survived.

The attacker was killed in an police assault on the house.

He had spent time in jail over jihadist links and had a list of targets including public figures, police say.

Named by French sources as Larossi Abballa, he had also been under recent police surveillance, including a wiretap, say media reports quoting police sources.

Paris Prosecutor Francois Molin said that Abballa had pledged his loyalty to IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi during negotiations prior to the police assault on Monday, and had stated that he was answering his call "to kill infidels".

Three people linked to the man were arrested and placed in custody, he said.

Police say the man lay in wait outside the policeman's house on Monday evening before the ambush took place at around 20:30 (18:30 GMT). After the murder he went inside the house and killed the policeman's wife, and held their three-year-old son hostage.

Abballa, 25, was shot and killed when police entered the couple's home in Magnanville at about midnight, hours after he posted a 13-minute video on Facebook Live in which he swore allegiance to IS.

In the video, he was shown considering what to do with their son, according to French jihad expert David Thomson, who watched it.
The son was lucky to survive. And the police did the right thing to gun down the jihadist, who should've been kept in jail, and above all, sent for psychological evaluations. However, according to this information:
Abballa was sentenced in 2013 to two and half years in jail due to his connections to a Jihadi group with links to Pakistan. He was freed after serving his sentence and was awaiting trial.
So they released a dangerous monster when he should've been kept incarcerated. Because of that jaw-dropping irresponsibility, an innocent man and woman are now dead. If they don't start modifying procedures to ensure satanic creatures like that jihadist won't be released, this could happen again.


You've probably already heard how Marvel's modern staff turned Steve Rogers aka Capt. America into a Hydra agent. Well, here's something related. Comics critic Plummer's opinion on Nick Spencer's inside-out retcon of Steve Rogers was mentioned in some news sources. Having read it in full, certainly there's plenty of vital points she's made. But the following highlighted parts are what turned the impact soggy, and makes me question whether she's being altruistic about this:
It’s easy, especially if you’re not Jewish, to think that anti-semitism is a thing of the past. It’s not. It flies under the radar, mostly, until suddenly it doesn’t: with graffiti in Spain, hateful party games in American high schools, vicious threats being flung at Jewish journalists for criticizing Trump. With physical attacks—with deaths—in France. Nor is neo-Nazi rhetoric, which hews closer to 616 Hydra’s shtick, a goofy make-believe thing. Not when the Republican presidential nominee spouts fascist ideology that echoes Hitler’s rise to power and spurs a literal rise in hate crimes against Muslims.
The beginning line in this paragraph is impressive. But my heart sank when I saw the last line there, and realized she was resorting to moral equivalence by claiming there's a "literal rise of hate crimes" against Islamists. Just what has that got to do with this subject anyway? Does she really buy all the victimology of the same movement whose Koran influenced them to commit anti-semitism? The one-sided attack on the GOP is another serious letdown, and does she also believe the claims made against Trump at immediate face value? It's also curious that, while she links to a NYT article that does acknowledge Islamofascists are behind the violence today in France, she doesn't actually mention that in her own words.

As mentioned once before, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster once wrote a story in Action Comics 30 where the Man of Steel took on some Islamic bandit types, Lee Falk featured an Islamist in one of his Mandrake the Magician comic strips as a member of a kidnapping gang, and Will Eisner's last graphic novel, The Plot, was about Muslim-engineered antisemitism. It wouldn't be surprising if Kirby/Simon and their ilk had ever written a story involving Muslim-style criminals too. If she really thinks "hate crimes" against Muslims have literally risen in every way, then by that logic, Siegel, Shuster, Falk and Eisner are guilty of encouraging them too. But as studies by sources far better than a pretentious site like Common Dreams note, there's anything but a "rise" in alleged hate crimes against Islamists.

Reading that ill-advised line by Plummer made me wonder: if anybody wanted to pitch a story where Captain America actually takes on jihadists, without even resorting to the 9-11 Truther propaganda the 2002 Marvel Knights series went by, would people like her oppose it bitterly? I've got a terrible feeling the answer is "yes". If so, that would only compound the impression she has no idea what she wants the Star-Spangled Avenger to be about, or what the character should stand for/against.

This also made me think of something: even if Captain America hadn't been created by Jews, that doesn't mean offense at Brevoort/Spencer wouldn't be warranted. Similarly, if a minor character like Sylvester Pemberton, the Star-Spangled Kid (and later Skyman), who was created by Siegel, had fallen victim to such disgust, it would've been reprehensible too. And the same goes for if Ted Knight, the original Starman, and Janet VanDyne/the Wasp, had been subjected to such sickness. Point: it shouldn't be just because the creators of any notable superheroes, major or minor, are Jewish that offense should be taken. There were plenty of non-Jewish creators in the Golden Age, including William Marston of Wonder Woman fame, whose creations shouldn't be subjected to the PC abominations we're seeing in modern times either, and doing so would be as much a slap in the face to them as it is to Simon/Kirby. Speaking of which, must I remind that Simon was a Republican in his time, and condemned bin Laden? If Simon were alive today and wanted to vote for Trump, how would she react?

I'm very disappointed with Plummer for inserting such a slapdash line that dampens the edge from the article she wrote, and risks suggesting her sentiments aren't altruistic. Moral equivalence does nothing to help protest an injustice. Only being a realist and focusing on the meat-and-potatoes gist of the subjects does the job right.


As noted earlier, there was a horrific attack by a Muslim security guard at a gay nightclub in Orlando this week that left 50 dead (H/T: Michelle Malkin). The culprit's father, it turns out, is a Taliban supporter. Naturally, one can only wonder how some would-be writers are reacting to this awful news. For example, we have Dan Slott, whose only concern seems to be gun control:

For a leftist like Slott, psychology can never possibly be a problem. When he answers a guy who told him the club members could've defended themselves had they been able to carry guns, he says:

Maybe he should just shed his own for a change. There's no point in mimicking Hilary Clinton.

Unless they're liberals like Slott.

But as it so happens, the perpetrators could've used knives. There was a horrible case last year, right here in Jerusalem, where a Haredi crackpot from an isolationist-type background stabbed several people at a LGBT parade march in the summer, and murdered a 16-year-old girl who wasn't even a lesbian. The authorities have to shoulder much of the blame for failing to take any steps to prevent that monster from committing his repulsive crime. Many rabbis condemned the crime and made clear that, no matter how much they disagree with practice of homosexuality, it's no excuse for murder and violating the Commandment against it. I don't seem to recall Slott or any of his leftist colleagues ever condemning that tragic incident. Perhaps violence by religious fanatics of Haredi backgrounds doesn't exactly concern them?

Keep going with those flaccid defenses, which collapse instantly. There's black marketeering of weapons globally, but most important of course, is how educational systems are failing.

I've got a hunch he doesn't want to live in Israel because there's thankfully laws today permitting self-defense, not unlike what the USA offers.

So mindsets and education are never at fault in these cases? As expected, Slott keeps floating around in fantasyland.

Let's turn to Ron Marz. What does he consider a big issue here? As you could probably guess:

But no condemnation of the shooter's ideology and what led him to commit the horror? Now, here's G. Willow Wilson, whose answer is predictable:

But you can connect the Koran's nasty standing on homosexuality - such as verse 7:81 - to what happened. So her blabbery excuses are meaningless.

Let's now look at Gail Simone. She says:

No idea that the perpetrator was an Islamofascist? I vaguely recall her downplaying the seriousness of the issue on the Dixonverse forum. How can we buy that she's really concerned?

Don't be fooled by her fake sentiments either. She's decidedly a phony if she won't condemn the education source of the shooter.

If she did, then she'd worry about the Koran's verses. But all people like her worry about is Christianity/Judaism.

Yes, far more than Mrs. Simone happens to be.

Now for Kurt Busiek, albeit here, I'm going to post it via an answer given by another Twitter user:

The guy's right. An Islamofascist followed his Religion of Rape's view of homosexuals, and all Busiek cares about are conservatives? In that case, Kurt's not worried at all. He's just doing a two-sides-of-same-coin tactic. On the one hand, he claims to be in favor of homosexuality at all costs, yet that support grinds to a halt when Islam rears its ugly head. As Milo Yiannapoulous says, the left's chosen Islam over homosexuality, and now look what's happened. Now for Ed Brubaker:

Looks like he can't bring himself to name the religion that led to this tragedy either. It's hard for one side to be decent when they adhere to Islam.

Yet Ed doesn't seem particularly interested in recommending a way to prevent massacres like this from happening either.

There's just one little thing: will president Obama and other Democrats work closely with the GOP to ensure it never happens again? However, wait'll you see what this following artist/writer named Sarah Horrocks has to say:

Umm, even if it wasn't Muslims per se, what if it turns out there's any who supported the opposition?

Very fascinating. This woman is trying to divert attention from pertinent issues and heap it all on an easy target: Christianity. She's probably not even disturbed that just a few weeks ago, Orlando hosted a Muslim cleric who called for death to gays and lesbians. Say, if she's really so bothered, then is she mad at any LGBT advocates who may pan Muslims too? How pathetically cheap she is. Same goes for Gerry Conway's reaction:

What a pathetic show of knowledge from somebody who either didn't read the Koran, or is so callous he sees nothing wrong with it.

Conway's reaction is probably that a Muslim pulled this sickening act, and not a Christian and/or conservative.

Nothing is what liberals like Conway do best these days. The guy's long made a joke out of himself, leaving one to wonder why he'd ever bother creating the Punisher if he never liked the vigilante approach he ascribed to Frank Castle.

In the end, if anything's clear, it's that, while leftists may uphold homosexuality when Christianity/Judaism object, they'll abandon homosexuality when Islam objects. Even the above lefty examples may know that, but won't ever admit it. They're simply not fit to speak on the issues any more than they are writing comics and movies.

Sunday, June 12, 2016


In one of the worst mass murders ever committed on US soil, a jihadist who'd worked as a security guard murdered 50 people with a machine gun:
The death toll reached 50 and 53 others were injured after a gunfire erupted at a gay nightclub in Orlando, USA early on Sunday, the police said.

The reports also stated that suspected gunman is dead and the injured have been rushed to the hospital.

There are reports that FBI had questioned the suspected gunmen way back in 2013, but didn't found anything conclusive. He had purchased a handgun and long gun just a week ago, as per initial reports.

A fighter from the Islamic State group carried out today's mass shooting inside a gay club in Orlando, Florida, an IS-linked media report said, quoting an unidentified source. "The attack that targeted a nightclub for homosexuals in Orlando, Florida and that left more than 100 dead and wounded was carried out by an Islamic State fighter," it said in a terse statement quoting a "source". Amaq, the IS-linked news agency, gave no further details.

US media reported that the gunman -- widely identified as 29-year-old Omar Mateen, an American citizen of Afghan descent -- had pledged allegiance to the jihadist group IS.
Some of the reports so far note that he yelled out "allahu akbar" as well. Yet leftists still consider Christians an enemy, not Islamofascists.

The prime minister and president here have offered their condolences.