Black Senator Advocates Shooting Cops, Compares Law Enforcement To Islamic Terrorists

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According to a state senator in Nebraska, the only difference between American police and ISIS terrorists is his belief that cops are more dangerous. During a recent hearing, Ernie Chambers shared his fiercely anti-police rhetoric, going so far as to say cops deserve to be shot without cause.

In a reference to ISIS, Chambers dismissed the terror group’s violence in favor of continuing his screed against law enforcement.

“My ISIS is the police,” he asserted, claiming the public servants “are licensed to kill us – children, old people.”

For those interested in battling terrorism, he suggested limiting their investigation to domestic sources.

“I wouldn’t go to Syria,” he said. “I wouldn’t go to Iraq. I wouldn’t go to Afghanistan. I wouldn’t go to Yemen. I wouldn’t go to Tunisia. I wouldn’t go to Lebanon. I wouldn’t go to Jordan. I would do it right here. Nobody from ISIS ever terrorized us as a people as the police do us daily.”

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The abstract denunciation of police forces across the nation took on a far more menacing tone when Chambers speculated about what he would do with a gun.

“If I was going to carry a weapon,” he said, “it wouldn’t be against you. It wouldn’t be against these people who come here that I might have a dispute with. Mine would be for the police. And if I carried a gun, I’d want to shoot him first and then ask questions later, like they say the cop ought to do.”

Social media erupted with reaction to Chambers’ remarks, including a number of cops who took exception to his violent imagery.

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Site Of Star Wars Filming Now A Way-Station For Jihadists

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A Tunisian town which provided the backdrop for Luke Skywalker’s home in the original Star Wars movie, known today as Star Wars IV: A New Hope, is now a site of unrest as violence has overtaken the surrounding area.

CNN explains what happened to the city of Tataouine, the location where George Lucas filmed the scenes for Skywalker’s home in Mos Espa on the planet Tatooine:

The desert and dun-colored cliffs around the town of Tataouine were once the backdrop for the movie “Star Wars,” much of which was filmed in this neglected corner of Tunisia in 1976. This struggling town on the fringes of the Sahara still draws a few fans of the movie but now finds itself part of a real conflict, as a way-station for jihadists crossing the Libyan border 60 miles to the east.

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Last week, a jihadist cell stormed the Bardo Museum in the capital of Tunis, killing 20 tourists and one policeman, the deadliest attack to ever take place on Tunisian soil. News24 reported Tuesday that the leader of the cell was arrested. The news outlet pointed out that two of the terrorists were killed during the attack by authorities, while the other is still at large.

Prior to the museum attack, three men were arrested trying to link up with a jihadist group. The men have since been taken to Tunis for interrogation, according to CNN.

The Hollywood Reporter pointed out the scenes depicting Tatooine in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, set to premiere at the end of this year, were filmed in Abu Dhabi rather than Tataouine because of the unrest in Tunisia.

h/t: YoungConservatives

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Prominent Islam Critic Ayaan Hirsi Ali: Islam Is ‘Not A Religion Of Peace’

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For months, the mainstream media has been downplaying the influence of Islam in the radical Islamic terrorist attacks the world has seen, with ISIS tearing a bloody swath through the Middle East. President Obama seeks to distance the religion of Islam from the violent extremism because “ISIS are desperate for legitimacy.”

One woman set out to change all of that.

Author and founder of the AHA Foundation, Ayaan Hirsi Ali joined Martha Raddatz on ABC’s This Week and talked about reforming Islam, arguing that it is “not a religion of peace.”

A former Muslim herself having experienced genital mutilation and narrowly escaping an arranged marriage, Hirsi Ali argues that more Muslims, especially the group of peaceful Muslims – who she calls “Mecca Muslims” – should be open to a reform of the religion.

Raddatz questioned Hirsi Ali’s leadership in a potential reformation because she is “no longer a believer anymore.”

Hirsi Ali argued that true change wouldn’t come from the clerics of the religion. It would instead come from the heretics, such as herself.

“Day in, day out, in the name of Islam, people are killed and most victims are Muslims,” Hirsi Ali said in response to Raddatz questioning if her words would incite people to be ‘anti-Muslim.’ “It is now time to look at and reform the religion of Islam so that we get to a place where we have peace.”

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She’s Baaack! Watch State’s Marie ‘Jobs For Jihadists’ Harf (Oh Snap) Prove Her Critics Right

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As Western Journalism reported over a month ago, U.S. State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf opened herself up to unrelenting ridicule when she told MSNBC’s Chris Matthews that America’s war against ISIS cannot be won by killing terrorists.

What the murderous Islamists really need, asserted Harf, is economic opportunity — a way out of poverty, deprivation, and despair. It was a far-left view of the West’s bloody conflict with radical Islam — an awkward attempt at excuse-making that came to be labelled the much-maligned “jobs for jihadists” approach to fighting Muslim militancy.

To Matthews’ credit, he was having none of Harf’s argument.

So then, the State Department flak headed on over to CNN to double down on the “jobs for jihadists” relief effort for terror-waging malcontents, while also sneering at her critics by saying her earlier comments were simply “too nuanced for some” to grasp. In other words, those who so passionately disagreed with her were, sadly, of an inferior intellect.

Well, now — just as the furor over the “jobs for jihadists” brouhaha was calming down — Marie Harf put herself squarely back in the harsh glare of the social media spotlight by offering another reason for the pounding criticism she’s received.

Her detractors who felt she was naive or nonsensicial in her claim that ISIS wreaks terror because the terrorists lack economic opportunity…well, they’re just “crazy”…crazy and sexist, charges Harf. They don’t respect what she said because, claims State’s official spokeswoman, she IS a woman.

Harf actually said she didn’t think her “jobs” remarks to be “in any way controversial.”

As noted on the website BizPacReview.com, Marie Harf raised this sinister specter of sexism at a foreign policy conference hosted by Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

In response to a question asking what has been her biggest professional gaffe or mistake, she also revealed how shocked she was that her original “jobs for jihadists” suggestion caused such a firestorm…which, predictably, set off another firestorm on social media.
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It will be interesting to see if Marie Harf makes yet another attempt to defend her comments that overlook the religious dogma of radical Islam as a reason for the murderous rampage of ISIS across the Middle East.

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Shocking Details Emerge About Air Force Vet Caught Trying To Join ISIS

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A grand jury this week voted to indict 47-year-old Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh on charges related to his alleged attempt to cross Turkey’s border into Syria with the goal of joining forces with the Islamic State terror organization. The Muslim convert faces charges of obstruction of justice and providing material support to America’s enemy.

During the trial, which included a not guilty plea from the defendant, prosecutors presented a variety of evidence indicating Pugh embraced radical Islamic principles. A document left on his laptop, for example, reportedly included a phrase indicating Pugh hoped to serve as “a sword against the oppressor” and “use the talents and skills given to me by Allah to establish and defend the Islamic States.”

His web browsing history, prosecutors asserted, included searches for terrorist propaganda videos and information about “borders controlled by the Islamic State.”

As far back as 2001, a colleague during Pugh’s employment at American Airlines voiced concern that he had expressed sympathy for Osama bin Laden.

The incident resulting in his current charges occurred in January, when prosecutors say he boarded a flight from Egypt to Turkey. Authorities at his destination, however, were apparently suspicious of his intention to continue on to Syria and did not allow him to enter the country. He was sent back to Egypt and detained, reports indicate, at which time he was found to be in possession of several modified electronic devices.

A grand jury felt prosecutors presented sufficient evidence to take the charges against Pugh to trial. If convicted, he could serve up to 35 years behind bars.

h/t: Dc Gazette

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