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Aug 13 2014

ISIS Terrorists Are on Their Way Here

For many people, it isn’t all that scary that Islamic State (a.k.a. ISIS) terrorists have been systematically beheading Christian children and sawing them in half in the country Obama abandoned to them. After all, we have more serious matters to concern ourselves with, like the demise of Mork from Ork. However, it may soon become much more difficult to keep our heads in the sand:

Like Zarqawi and bin Laden, these terrorists will not be satisfied to reign in the Hell of their own making in the Middle East, or with the toppling of insufficiently Islamic regimes, or even with winning the Sunni-Shia civil war that now rages. Their ultimate target will be the United States. They are coming this way. Perhaps as many as a dozen are already here – or, to be more precise, already back.

As Eli Lake recently reported in the Daily Beast, thousands of foreigners have gone to Syria to take up arms against the regime of Bashar Assad, serving with various rebel factions, most of which fall somewhere on the Islamist spectrum.

Thousands of these fighters are citizens of Western countries that have visa waivers for entry into the United States – in other words, they can travel here without any hassle at all. An intelligence source conveyed to Lake concerns that the NSA could not “track thousands of bad guys,” adding that “on the human-intelligence front, this is even more difficult.” These veterans of al-Qaeda and its affiliates constitute a fundamentally different threat than that which America faced in 2001: They are Western (at least in nationality); they are seasoned combat veterans; they are known, but perhaps too numerous to track.

The job is especially difficult when the NSA is bogged down tracking every email and phone call of the people our government regards as the real threat, namely us.

Meanwhile,

the Obama administration is expecting to begin receiving thousands of referrals from the United Nations this year to resettle Syrians in the U.S. Most are expected to begin arriving during the next two years.

Syria is the birthplace of ISIS.

Thanks: Stormfax, Chris W.



37 Responses to “ISIS Terrorists Are on Their Way Here”

  1. Mr. Mentalo says:

    “However, it may soon become much more difficult to keep our heads in the sand…”

    I’d say it might become more difficult to keep our heads, PERIOD.

    Islam, yes even “moderate” Islam, is all about world domination, and once they get a foothold here (which they almost have accomplished now), then “rights” and “freedoms” and “religious tolerance” will be the butt of jokes as some hideous fanatic is beheading your child or shooting you and your neighbors as you topple into a mass grave.

    Islam is not a religion, it is a death cult…and that death will be YOURS. Stop ’em now while there is still time.

  2. Mr. Mentalo says:

    “However, it may soon become much more difficult to keep our heads in the sand…”

    I’d say it might become more difficult to keep our heads, PERIOD.

    Islam, yes even “moderate” Islam, is all about world domination, and once they get a foothold here (which they almost have accomplished now), then “rights” and “freedoms” and “religious tolerance” will be the butt of jokes as some hideous fanatic is beheading your child or shooting you and your neighbors as you topple into a mass grave.

    Islam is not a religion, it is a death cult…and that death will be YOURS. Stop ’em now while there is still time.

  3. Mr. Mentalo says:

    …and I might add “Stop the Kenyan Punk in the White House” while we’re at it. You know, the one that is STILL letting a white, Christian marine languish in a Mex jail, while making sure to do nothing to stop his Moslem brethren from world domination…all the while, saying (of Islam) RESPECT IT.

    Yeah? Well F**K YOU, Imam Obama.

  4. formwiz says:

    What makes you think they’re not here now?

    IS is for all the people who thought AQ was too warm and fuzzy.

  5. Mr. Mentalo says:

    …and I might add “Stop the Kenyan Punk in the White House” while we’re at it. You know, the one that is STILL letting a white, Christian marine languish in a Mex jail, while making sure to do nothing to stop his Moslem brethren from world domination…all the while, saying (of Islam) RESPECT IT.

    Yeah? Well F**K YOU, Imam Obama.

  6. formwiz says:

    What makes you think they’re not here now?

    IS is for all the people who thought AQ was too warm and fuzzy.

  7. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    For those who do not usually carry a firearm, it’s not a bad time to start. Don’t be gunned down like a dog in the street, as so often seen in ISIS videos. Scream “BACON,” empty your mag, and see if you can load another before the savages get you.

  8. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    For those who do not usually carry a firearm, it’s not a bad time to start. Don’t be gunned down like a dog in the street, as so often seen in ISIS videos. Scream “BACON,” empty your mag, and see if you can load another before the savages get you.

  9. Macmooski says:

    Good – let ’em face an armed citizenry for the first time.

  10. DM says:

    You just can’t fix stupid.
    State Dept: Surge of Syrians to arrive in 2015-2016

    http://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2014/08/11/state-dept-surge-of-syrians-to-arrive-in-2015-2016/

    by Ann Corcoran

    In light of the fact that Syrians have arrived in Georgia and that news is by far our most-read post of the last week, I went out scouting for more news on the Syrian refugee plans of the US State Department and found a story I missed in June (at the time of World Refugee Day) where a State Department honcho told a group in Florida that the big crush of Syrians would begin arriving late in 2015.
    Simon Henshaw: significant amount of Syrian refugees to enter the US next year! http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/biog/bureau/213334.htm

    From WMNF 88.5:
    Nearly 30,000 refugees come into Florida every year from countries all over the
    world. With ongoing violence in Syria, Simon Henshaw from the State Department says very few Syrian refugees have arrived in the U.S., but that’s about to change.
    “We have pledged to take a significant number and we will start interviewing Syrian
    refugees soon. But it takes about 18-24 months for someone to run through our
    system. So, we will not, as a country, see a significant amount of Syrian refugees come into the U.S. until the end of next year and then into 2016.”

    Henshaw works in the bureau of population, refugees and migration. He’s visiting Tampa on World Refugee Day to see how Tampa is integrating refugees. Most are from places like Haiti and Cuba where refugees have been displaced for years.
    The number of Syrians being bandied about (for resettlement to the US) is
    12,000-15,000 per year.
    I don’t know if this is great timing—if the feds start pouring Syrian Muslims into the US in a Presidential election year, the voting public will not be thrilled (just saying!).
    Expect the time table to be sped up as surely the UN is losing patience with the US on the issue.

  11. DM says:

    You just can’t fix stupid.
    State Dept: Surge of Syrians to arrive in 2015-2016

    http://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2014/08/11/state-dept-surge-of-syrians-to-arrive-in-2015-2016/

    by Ann Corcoran

    In light of the fact that Syrians have arrived in Georgia and that news is by far our most-read post of the last week, I went out scouting for more news on the Syrian refugee plans of the US State Department and found a story I missed in June (at the time of World Refugee Day) where a State Department honcho told a group in Florida that the big crush of Syrians would begin arriving late in 2015.
    Simon Henshaw: significant amount of Syrian refugees to enter the US next year! http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/biog/bureau/213334.htm

    From WMNF 88.5:
    Nearly 30,000 refugees come into Florida every year from countries all over the
    world. With ongoing violence in Syria, Simon Henshaw from the State Department says very few Syrian refugees have arrived in the U.S., but that’s about to change.
    “We have pledged to take a significant number and we will start interviewing Syrian
    refugees soon. But it takes about 18-24 months for someone to run through our
    system. So, we will not, as a country, see a significant amount of Syrian refugees come into the U.S. until the end of next year and then into 2016.”

    Henshaw works in the bureau of population, refugees and migration. He’s visiting Tampa on World Refugee Day to see how Tampa is integrating refugees. Most are from places like Haiti and Cuba where refugees have been displaced for years.
    The number of Syrians being bandied about (for resettlement to the US) is
    12,000-15,000 per year.
    I don’t know if this is great timing—if the feds start pouring Syrian Muslims into the US in a Presidential election year, the voting public will not be thrilled (just saying!).
    Expect the time table to be sped up as surely the UN is losing patience with the US on the issue.

  12. DM says:

    There are NO moderate or radical muslims. There are only the muslims who committ the horrific acts of savagery and those who haven’t the stomach to bloody their hands but are willing to cheer them on and support them with money.
    islam, is a CRIMINALLY SAVAGE POLITICAL AGENDA masquerading as a religion. DMH 04/2014

  13. DM says:

    There are NO moderate or radical muslims. There are only the muslims who committ the horrific acts of savagery and those who haven’t the stomach to bloody their hands but are willing to cheer them on and support them with money.
    islam, is a CRIMINALLY SAVAGE POLITICAL AGENDA masquerading as a religion. DMH 04/2014

  14. Son_of_Taz says:

    On TPNN (Tea Party News Network, which uses Disqus), there’s a slew of comments and amazingly, some seriously disturbed moonbats (but I repeat myself) defending the right to fly the flag. And, of course, tossing insults at those who are outraged. You know, comparing the Gadsden flag to this.

    They just couldn’t understand that the Gadsden flag isn’t a terrorist symbol, while the flag in the picture is. But, if I were a moonbat, I wouldn’t believe in terrorists.

  15. Eddie_Valiant says:

    On TPNN (Tea Party News Network, which uses Disqus), there’s a slew of comments and amazingly, some seriously disturbed moonbats (but I repeat myself) defending the right to fly the flag. And, of course, tossing insults at those who are outraged. You know, comparing the Gadsden flag to this.

    They just couldn’t understand that the Gadsden flag isn’t a terrorist symbol, while the flag in the picture is. But, if I were a moonbat, I wouldn’t believe in terrorists.

  16. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    They’re already in America; they’re simply waiting for orders and reinforcements. Obama’s “concern about a nuke in Manhattan” was likely a dog whistle to fellow Moslems. Stay vigilant. Stay safe. Stay strong.

  17. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    They’re already in America; they’re simply waiting for orders and reinforcements. Obama’s “concern about a nuke in Manhattan” was likely a dog whistle to fellow Moslems. Stay vigilant. Stay safe. Stay strong.

  18. Cameraman says:

    I would Think these Goat phuckers will be in for a Surprise. when we get to use our Stored up ammo to Blast their ass, I don”t think American”s will ever lay down in a Ditch like those Cowards in the Videos….But then again Obama’s not disarmed us Yet…Well Shyte!!!

  19. Cameraman says:

    I would Think these Goat phuckers will be in for a Surprise. when we get to use our Stored up ammo to Blast their ass, I don”t think American”s will ever lay down in a Ditch like those Cowards in the Videos….But then again Obama’s not disarmed us Yet…Well Shyte!!!

  20. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Unfortunately the price of bacon continues to increase.

    If I fill my hollow points with hot dogs, will that do the trick?

  21. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Unfortunately the price of bacon continues to increase.

    If I fill my hollow points with hot dogs, will that do the trick?

  22. rambler says:

    People have the right to do and say all sorts of things and will experience any consequences of those decisions. I wonder what the intent was behind the displaying of that flag. Was it an inconsiderate stunt or an opportunity to push the envelope and watch the reaction.

  23. rambler says:

    People have the right to do and say all sorts of things and will experience any consequences of those decisions. I wonder what the intent was behind the displaying of that flag. Was it an inconsiderate stunt or an opportunity to push the envelope and watch the reaction.

  24. Son_of_Taz says:

    You’ve described it well – pushing the envelope. That’s what a lot of people like to do, just to get a rise out of their neighbors or, online, out of the majority of readers. They take delight in being different and watching people tie themselves in knots over things like this.

    At some point though, we have to say enough is enough. On December 8 1941, anyone flying a flag with the rising sun on it would have been tarred and feathered or worse. A fire breathing liberal, Justice Louis Brandeis once said that the Constitution is not a suicide pact. We must protect our rights but not at the expense of our freedom and security. Right now that flag represents a serious threat and anyone displaying it, even if it’s just to be a jerk, needs to be dope-slapped.

  25. Eddie_Valiant says:

    You’ve described it well – pushing the envelope. That’s what a lot of people like to do, just to get a rise out of their neighbors or, online, out of the majority of readers. They take delight in being different and watching people tie themselves in knots over things like this.

    At some point though, we have to say enough is enough. On December 8 1941, anyone flying a flag with the rising sun on it would have been tarred and feathered or worse. A fire breathing liberal, Justice Louis Brandeis once said that the Constitution is not a suicide pact. We must protect our rights but not at the expense of our freedom and security. Right now that flag represents a serious threat and anyone displaying it, even if it’s just to be a jerk, needs to be dope-slapped.

  26. Conniption Fitz says:

    Also go to Front Page Magazine – The Point blog for more articles.

  27. Conniption Fitz says:

    Also go to Front Page Magazine – The Point blog for more articles.

  28. rambler says:

    Those same moonbats would never have defended a person flying the confederated flag. The intolerance patrol likes having to decide and enforce what is to be tolerated and what won’t be tolerated. How long before CAIR arrives to defend that idiot? Given that lying is acceptable in islam, i don’t know how anyone can completely trust muslims.

  29. rambler says:

    Those same moonbats would never have defended a person flying the confederated flag. The intolerance patrol likes having to decide and enforce what is to be tolerated and what won’t be tolerated. How long before CAIR arrives to defend that idiot? Given that lying is acceptable in islam, i don’t know how anyone can completely trust muslims.

  30. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Should work fine. Added style points for the right furniture on your piece:

  31. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Should work fine. Added style points for the right furniture on your piece:


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