Skip to comments.Faisal Shahzad Was Blogging on Terror Websites Since 2006
Posted on 05/08/2010 5:10:33 PM PDT by GVnana
Earlier this week it was reported that the Obama White House removed confessed terrorist Faisal Shahzad from the Department of Homeland Security travel lookout list sometime after Barack Obama came into office.
Terrorist Faisal Shahzad had substantial connections to the Taliban, reached out to the Taliban, was influenced by Yemeni terror leader Anwar al Awlaki, made at least a dozen return trips to Pakistan since arriving in the United States in 1999, and he bought a one way ticket with cash to Pakistan.
Now we find out that he was blogging and asking for jihad as far back as 2006 but that the Obama Administration took him off the terror watch list anyway.
Terror expert Walid Phares weighed in on the confessed Times Square bomber today in an interview on FOX News:
(Excerpt) Read more at biggovernment.com ...
“...and he bought a one way ticket with cash to Pakistan.”
If we can send ONE terrorist back to Paki, why can’t we send them all? ;)
“Earlier this week it was reported that the Obama White House removed confessed terrorist Faisal Shahzad from the Department of Homeland Security travel lookout list sometime after Barack Obama came into office.”
Not just that...didn’t I also just read that the Obama White House ALSO allowed him to become a US citizen while ON said WATCH LIST?
Is there any way Republicans in Congress can investigate the removal from watch list?
Or does Dem control make that impossible?
Hmmmmm. So it wasn’t losing the “american dream” that caused him to go fruit loops. Things were going good back in 2006. The destruction of the American economy by the Chicago thugs hadn’t become obvious yet.
All those media folks who lament him having his house forclosed on, must not know he went to Pakinstan over a dozen times. Seems to me that much money should have taken care of paying for his house.
Blogging and posting on forums are very different things.
It's obvious he is willfully assisting in the socialist destruction of our Constitution ... but I mean, I believe he is facilitating people and acts like this.
I have words that better describe my thoughts, but I'd best keep them to myself.
zero must go and all imbeds that came with him must be routed out as well.
I can’t wait till one of Skinner’s goes completely insane.
Gomer Pyle, USMC: “Shazad, President Carter!”
I wish we could pinpoint an actual date for this. By whose authority was he removed? This would be very useful information.
You could start with the person who decided not to inform all the airlines about this guy. I can’t remember the details on this but a decision was made.
His Daddy is a retired Pakistani Vice Air Marshall with “family contacts” with top taliban leaders
Do you think Faisal’s military general Daddy might have been a “good friend” to the US and called in a favor for his son? Or that someone in the US govt thought Faisal’s military daddy might be worth favoring?
I think that the congressional intelligence committees need to investigate not only why this terrorist was taken off the terror list, but HOW MANY OTHERS WERE TAKEN OFF THE LIST? AND WHO ARE THEY? AND SHOULD THEY BE PUT BACK ON THE TERRORIST LIST before we have more attacks on our country?
The DMV USED to be the blunt end of all that harassing and inept and unnecesary delays and incompetence, but it seems to me (anyway), ANYthing that has ever worked efficiently has been targetted and adjusted to piss people off, or is slated for future re-adjustment.
I often remark loudly enough for others to hear as well, when I comment on the card-swipe machine that asks, "Is $42.23 correct?" ...
"How would I Know? I think this is an excersize in getting people to say "yes" just because they're asked (told to ... ) I have no idea what happens if you punch "no" ... has anyone done it?"
Smiles and shrugs are exchanged and I part with, "We have a black man in the White House because America was asked, "Is a black man in the White House OK?"
And America punched "yes", so they wouldn't have to re-scan everything and hold up the checkout line"
No, I will NOT put on my tinfoil.
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