Friday, December 04, 2015

Dead people cannot defend themselves

Dead people cannot defend themselves.
We are being told Tashfeen Malik (shown here killed on the street) pledged loyalty to ISIS.  But there got to be a deeper bond between Tashfeen and the terrorist state.  Wasn't she Al-Baghdadi's concubine?
[Joke aside, is that a handcuff I am seeing in this photo? And where is her gun that she allegedly used to return fire at the police?]
Photo courtesy of TMZ/New York Daily News

Thursday, December 03, 2015

The Secret Life of Syed Farook (Farooq) and Tashfeen Malik

You sit calmly in a meeting.  Later, people see you leaving the room; some think you looked upset when you left.  Only half-an-hour later you show up with your wife.  The two of you are armed--you start shooting people and then run away.

Does all of this make sense?

Where was your wife when you first came to the meeting?  In the car, with guns?  Or, did you quickly go home from the meeting, packed wife and guns and re-appeared at the scene to kill people?

So many questions, very few answers.

Here is what we really really know (if you believe the western media).

1. On Tuesday, December 2, there was a meeting going on at the Inland Regional Center. Syed Farook was an employee of the Center.

2. Two people, in ski masks, appear at the Inland Regional Center and start shooting people, including those present in the large meeting room.

3. A woman who attended the meeting, but left for the bathroom shortly before the shooting started said Syed Farook was an attendee of the meeting and angrily left the room earlier.

4. Police quickly finds out Farook's home address, reaches there; a shootout ensues leaving Farook and his partner/wife dead.

You are welcome to make your story based on these facts.

Photo courtesy of the Washington Times