Suddenly, tens of millions of Americans paused to reflect upon the thought that perhaps there is something good to be found in everyone, even the most wicked:
ISIS has threatened to bomb New York City in a newly released video, just days after vowing to attack Washington, D.C.
The slick clip features shots of yellow taxis and crowds in Times Square and Herald Square in Manhattan, with vibrant French music playing in the background – a nod to the Paris terror attacks on Friday.
It then cuts to a man wrapping a bomb around his waist before walking into the crowds and pulling the trigger.
New York police have issued a statement to say they are aware of the footage.
Throw in Los Angeles and ISIS will soon have as much support in the USA as in the UK.
Here’s one thing people should keep in mind: the Bataclan concert hall was, until very recently, Jewish-owned. So there is a reasonable chance that if ISIS strikes the USA, it is going to do so at the symbols of Jewish power in America.
If I were in counter-terror, I would look carefully at the NFL and NBA teams that are Jewish-owned, such as the Vikings, as potential targets. Especially the Vikings since the newly imported Somali community in Minnesota has already produced jihadists, and specifically, suicide bombers.
It should be interesting to see how all the good liberals who have been rambling on and on about how Islam isn’t to blame for the lethal jihadist attacks react to being directly targeted themselves. In the meantime, everyone across the West should carry, practice situational awareness, and stay out of soft target areas as much as possible.
This isn’t going to end until Reconquista 2.0 is complete, so don’t think it’s going to end anytime soon. No amount of bombs dropping in the Middle East is going to deal with the threat to the West. “Fight them there so we don’t have to fight them here” has proven to be the complete failure I said it would be back in 2001.
‘Once ISIS is eliminated as a governing entity in Syria and Iraq, the threat from ISIS will persist, said Rep. Adam Schiff of California, senior Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee. ‘There is a continuing aspiration to strike in the West. It’s a real and present danger to the United States and our allies.’
This is why: “13% Of Syrian Refugees Support IS.” And to think we thought californication was bad….