. . quote When America Became an Islamic Republic unquote. That’s what it says. This can’t be news, I’d have memories of the constitutional convention. There would have been highlights. A Bill O’Reilly filibuster that fell on deaf ears, after which Rush Limbaugh set himself afire. We did allow him to burn, out of deep respect. No, the sweeping Islam did not happen. It’s just Pajamas Media.
. . author Salman Rushdie . . holed up to a life of seclusion, secure in the knowledge that while the Middle East’s mullahs wanted to kill him, the might of the United States would protect him and his freedom of speech.
Dutch parliamentarian Ayaan Hirsi Ali . . applied for asylum to the United States. Ali has lived in the US ever since, secure in the knowledge that American might would protect her and her freedom to speak out.
Paragraph one, paragraph two, the heroes. Paragraph three, the traitors.
. . Nakoula found himself taken into questioning at midnight a few days after the attacks, and subjected to a perp walk media photo op . . Already a resident of the United States, Nakoula has nowhere else to run and no assurances that American might will be used in his defense. It has already been used to expose and intimidate him, and anyone else who dares criticize Islam.
Poor Nakoula, the meth-dealing convict and bigoted serial prison rat. Just like our intellectuals and parliamentarians, he insults Muslims for the sheer fuck you in it. I don’t know why America doesn’t like this guy, he’s a hero. Free speech we revere not because it may be substantive but because it may be incendiary. Who better to illustrate that? No one better than this guy, with all the dead bodies to his credit. Mister Rogers doesn’t have the balls, sport. That’s what makes for icons, at least when you’re Pajamas Media. But the President is going to assassinate Nakoula and therefore hot tears:
Shortly before 4 a.m. Monday, officers from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department escorted members of Nakoula’s family, who had their faces covered, out of the house and into police vehicles so they could rejoin Nakoula at an undisclosed location.
“They decided they would be safer where they could move about and live a normal life,” said Steve Whitmore, a spokesman for the Sheriff’s Department. “All we did was pick them up and reunite them with Mr. Nakoula.”
They taunted the Nakoulas with Muslim insults the whole ride. “My camel sits on your grandmother’s back,” the Deputy said. “It’s the only thing she ever shaves,” the Sheriff chimed in. The Bataan Death March featured likewise cruelty. This was less a security detail than it was a war crime.