Video: London bomber Shehzad Tanweer

posted at 5:09 pm on July 7, 2006 by Allahpundit

From 31 minutes down to 6:22. I regret not posting the whole clip only because you won’t know how repetitive it is. Purposely, I’m sure: for the same reason cults encourage chanting, these turds give you nothing but Palestine, Palestine, Palestine. It … concentrates the mind.

Note the animation (which looks to me like it’s been adapted from a video game) and the professionalism of the filmed recreations. There’s footage of Bush landing on the deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln, too, which I thought was a nice shout-out to the useful idiots.

Update: Now that you’ve seen the disease, meet the cure.

Update: Dan Riehl salvages a scrap of value from Tanweer’s existence.

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It’s really getting to the point that there’s not much use in listening to these guys anymore. We’ve seen the script, we know the story, and those of them that ain’t dead yet need killing, post haste. Dirka, dirka, yadda, yadda…

Breaking: Train bombing in Sao Paolo, Brazil. Jean Charles de Menezes suddenly comes to mind.

Pablo on July 7, 2006 at 6:09 PM


But he bears an eerie resemblance to a guy at a local pizza joint. And look, he has the same tablecloth on his head.

JammieWearingFool on July 7, 2006 at 6:33 PM

Maybe we should take a que from Iran’s playbook and threaten to wipe Palestine off the map.

Naw, why sink to the level of a cesspool full of turds

A line from Batman the movie, the Joker said;

I’m glad yer dead

Kini on July 7, 2006 at 6:51 PM

“Lie in wait, my bretheren, in their land, until you have sufficient numbers. Then rise up, and strike down the infidel.”

– Roughly paraphrased from the Muslim version of the Koran. This is preached in every Muslim Church, even the so-called “moderate” ones.

America & Europe had better deport *all* Muslims, or we will never be safe.


VonHelton on July 8, 2006 at 2:30 AM

Captain Jack Jihad.

Fifteen mullah’s on a dead man’s chest
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum…

The Ugly American on July 8, 2006 at 5:52 AM

Perhaps it’s time to use their own propaganda tools against them. The U.S. and Iraqi governments should make short videos, the bulk being the actual atrocities these mindless goons are performing … and, videos of the good things the military is accomplishing in Iraq. Anything that gives the true picture of what these bastards are doing and the stories of the brave people that stand up and reject them.

Flood the internet with these.

darwin on July 8, 2006 at 9:14 AM


Perhaps it’s time to use their own propaganda tools against them.

You’ve got it exactly right. I think a lot of the problem with all the mindless sympathy that the terrorists are getting is because the abject horror of their atrocities is rigorously whitewashed and hidden from public view.

That’s a huge mistake on our part, IMHO. It deludes the public by masking our enemy’s barbarity. That barbarity is exactly what needs to be seen. But it’s not seen because it will ‘offend’ delicate sensibilties. The delicate NEED to be offended. It solidifies resolve. It provides clarity and proper contrast.

It’s like the same kind of utterly wrong-headed thinking that’s now espousing not calling fat children ‘obese’, because it’s ‘mean’ to do so. That kind of coddling encourages self-delusion and exacerbates the problem, and promotes a lifelong victim mentality (and lots more problems down the road for both the child and society).

There’s way too much victim mentality in this world right now. Islam is making it an artform. People need to accept that there are consequences for actions and that they must bear the responsibility of those actions.

Along with showing the atrocities, as you rightly say, we need to contrast that horror with the very good and effective things we’re doing to stop and defeat this dispicable enemy and free oppressed people.

In an earlier and more sane time we’d have hollywood and our MSM to help communicate the urgency of the situation and sway public opinion. But right now both of those institutions are demonstrably on the side of our enemy. Thankfully, those media dinosaurs are more and more being exposed, discredited, and ignored.

These days it’s much easier for oridinary people to produce these kinds of materials and distribute them for global consumption thru sites like this and others. That’s exactly what’s beginning to happen and it needs to happen a whole lot more.

Apologies for the long rant, but I needed to get that off my chest.

techno_barbarian on July 8, 2006 at 11:08 AM

Doper eyes just like all of them. Whats the deal with this? All I got from hashish were the munchies.

Essex on July 9, 2006 at 6:59 AM