Friday, October 01, 2010

Intelligence agencies could not stop al-Fleamateur

Less than three weeks after the May 1st Times Square bomb attempt, President Obama's national security adviser, retired Marine Gen. James L. Jones told Pakistan's president,
"We consider the Times Square attempt a successful plot because neither the American nor the Pakistani intelligence agencies could intercept or stop it." The Washington Post, Obama: 'We need to make clear to people that the cancer is in Pakistan', September 29, 2010 .
Janet Napolitano, US Secretary of Homeland Security, had said on May 2, 2010, that the unexploded car bomb found in Times Square in New York late in the day, appeared to be an "amateurish" terrorism attempt.
Submarines are always silent and strange.
Henceforth, would-be, could-be, and convicted terrorists will be mentioned only by their first names (FBI preferred spelling) and the suffix al-Fleamateur. No longer will we inadvertently glorify, magnify or memorialize the names of such pitiful, wastes of inhumanity. Those never worth a Hellfire missile are surely not worth the extra ink, but those turned to ash by Predators or Reapers shall be suffixed as al-Dronebait. What about the fools who committed suicide, you ask? Al-Teched, of course.



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