October 06, 2011

Radical Preacher Anjem Choudary: Is the Assassination of Obama Legal? ***Bumped***(Rebumped/Email Address Corrected by iWeb)

A group of British Islamists, Muslims Against Crusades, may have just stepped over the line of "free speech". Notice the "red spot" on Obama's forehead and the image of a sniper on the left.

Anjem Choudary, one of the groups leaders, knows damn well radical Muslims are upset over the killing of bin Laden and Awlaki. He is using this to light a fire under them. And that, my friends, is sedition and solicitation of murder:

President Barack Obama is treading on very thin ice. In the space of less than half a year he has proceeded to murder what are probably two of the most influential Muslim men in modern day history: Sheikh Usamah bin Laden (rh) and the US citizen Sheikh Anwar al Awlaki (rh)

His brazen attacks and cowardly drone strikes have shattered any hope of reconciliation, for he has made it clear: America is out to shoot and kill and is taking no prisoners. No negotiations, no rule of law, no due process – nothing.

Human rights and justice have lost all relevance in Obama’s war, as assassination takes over as his preferred weapon of choice. He has managed to convince the whole world that he is right, that murder, rape and torture can be justified as long as you can be labelled as the enemy. Are his actions to be taken as an example for other US citizens to imitate? In light of this we would like to introduce a new question into the psyche of the West by asking: “Is the assassination of President Barack Obama now legal?” What we mean by this is, if the President of America were to be caught off-guard in Washington or St Louis, would his death be justified given his new criteria in light of his horrific track record against Islam and Muslims and his own confessions?

If the answer is no, then we ask, why not? And if the answer is, yes, then we ask how many people would be likely to want to repeat the horrors of 1963 against this very evil man?

No one should threaten my president and get away with it. Just sayin' ...

UPDATE: File a complaint with their provider, be sure and be polite:

IP address: 184.107.63.173
Server Location: Montreal, Quebec in Canada
ISP: iWeb Technologies
Email: abuse@iweb.com

Updated by Howie: A little birdy tells me that iWeb told them that their published contact info was bogus/incorrect and they will fix it right away.

Anyway I've updated the email address in this post to be the correct email address or so I'm told.

That's a nice bug to have. Makes working in the abuse dept. a breeze.

(foot tapping)

By Stable Hand at 06:26 PM | Comments |