Beauty and the Beasts

“The Middle East is obviously an issue that has plagued the region for centuries.”
–Barack Obama

For all you stylin’ female jihadis, there’s a new mag published by your friends at al-Qaeda that’s tailor-made for light reading while you’re waiting to blow up your bus:

Oops.  Wrong tabloid.  Here’s the one for fashionable jihadas who want beauty beneath their burqas when they press that detonator:

Glossy ‘Jihad Cosmo’ combines beauty tips with suicide bombing advice (Mail Online)

Al-Qaeda has launched a women’s magazine that mixes beauty and fashion tips with advice on suicide bombings.

[…] A trailer for the next issue promises tips on skin care – and how to wage electronic jihad.

(H/T to Tea & Politics)


Burn Notice

Two more killed, dozens injured in third day of Afghan protests; Karzai calls for U.S. Congress to prevent future Qur’an burnings (Jihad Watch)

Suppress free speech in your country, because we can’t (won’t) control ourselves in ours.

[…] At the heart of Afghan’s instability is a self-righteous, “honor”-obsessed lack of self control on the individual and small community level. There can be no stable society where someone always has to die for something — most of all, for insufficient Sharia in government, for the aim of jihad in all its forms is the imposition of Islamic law.

Harry Reid & Lindsey Graham: Afghanistan Riots Might Be Due to Too Many Freedoms in the US… or Something (Michelle Malkin)

If somebody, say, puts a crucifix in a jar of urine and calls it “art,” some on Capitol Hill not only won’t press for hearings, but they might even give it federal funding in spite of how many Christians it might offend. But in this instance free speech seems to be subjective:

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) told CBS’s Bob Schieffer on Sunday that some members of Congress were considering some kind of action in response to the Florida Quran burning that sparked a murderous riot at a United Nations complex in Afghanistan and other mayhem.



“I wish we could find a way to hold people accountable. Free speech is a great idea, but we’re in a war. During World War II, we had limits on what you could say if it would inspire the enemy.–Lindsey Grahamnesty


[…] People were murdered in Afghanistan and members of Congress are pondering how to clamp down on somebody who burned a book in Florida.  Now that’s problem solving, DC-style.

Deplorable, these psychotic Islamic responses to any and all real or imagined slights to their best-selling instruction manual (The Qu’ran ©The Prophet Muhammad 610 C.E.).  Still, the Muslim mob–unlike the hand-wringing species of poltroon native to our own District of Columbia–are at least ready to fight for their principles,  loopy as they are.  The only things for which whimpering Senatorial slugs like Reid and Grahamnesty are willing to do battle are their own re-elections.

About Bob Mack

Retired since 2003. Military Service: U.S. Army, 36th Artillery Group, Babenhausen, Germany 1966-67; 1st Signal Brigade, Republic of Vietnam, 1967-68 Attended University of Miami, 1969-73
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20 Responses to Beauty and the Beasts

  1. Bob Mack says:

    Rasmussen: Ratings For Obama’s National Security Performance Fall to New Low.

    Although President Obama made an address to the nation Monday night to explain his decision to commit U.S. military forces to Libya, fewer voters than ever give him positive grades on his handling of national security issues.

    A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely Voters shows 37% give the president good or excellent ratings on his handling of national security issues. Slightly more voters (40%) say the president is doing a poor job when it comes to national security. (To see survey question wording, click here).

    Last week, just after his decision to get involved in Libya, 43% gave the president positive marks for his handling of national security, while 34% rated his performance as poor.

    Positive marks for the president on national security are now at their lowest level since he took office in January 2009. His poor rating is the highest measured since last August. One year ago, 45% gave the president positive ratings on national security, while 32% rated the job he was doing as poor.

    Question: Who are the morons giving this guy positive ratings on anything??

    • that’s a question I ask every time I see one of these polls.

      Your post is spot on. There is a positive aspect to come of this whole Koran burning business, I guess. The left cannot pretend to be all about freedom of speech while they are busy denouncing expression of it. Ie, whoops lefties, your totalitarian slip is showing.

  2. So, our All American Boy, Harry Reid, thinks our Bill Of Rights should be subject to saria law. Why am I not surprised?
    Thanks for this post, Bob. We all need to be aware of what our “leaders” really think.

    • Bob Mack says:

      From Death By A Thousand Paper Cuts:

      The Enemies Within

      Some obscure pastor in Tennessee burns a book and the usual suspects among our “leaders” are leaping at the chance to take away more Constitutional rights of Americans who were nowhere near the event. They’re bipartisan vipers. Lindsay Graham and Harry Reid: the public face of the enemies within the USA.


      Ok……….let me see if I have this right.

      A fringe “pastor” burns a qur’an in the U.S. and HE is the bad guy. Guilty of murder for “inciting” the “innocent”, “peaceful” followers of islam to murder “at least seven United Nations workers — four Nepalese guards and three Europeans from Romania, Sweden and Norway — according to United Nations officials in New York. One was a woman. Early reports, later denied by Afghan officials, said that at least two of the dead had been beheaded. Five Afghans were also killed.”

      But “our” guy in Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, with his inflammatory rhetoric against an act that was done a half a world away, incites his people to go on a murderous rampage but is said to have no responsibility.

      And, to make matters worse, there are those in THIS country, in OUR country’s “leadership” who are on the front lines advocating for speech laws.

      Someone needs to remind these “leaders” that we have a First Amendment right to free speech no matter how ugly or offensive it is and we, as Americans or anyone else for that matter, has a God given right to ignore it.

  3. Angel says:

    you cant make this stuff up BOb…and the libs continue to sell us down the river inch by inch..arggggggggggggggggggg!!!!

    • Bob Mack says:

      Yeah, ANGEL…but as much as I detest the socialists/Democrats, it was our ‘fellow’ citizens that voted them into office. That’s the really depressing thing.

      • AFVET says:

        Don’t worry Bob, after the next election Reid and Graham will be like the two boys in the back of the classroom comparing farts.
        McCain won’t smell anything.

  4. About that opening quote from Obama.

    I want it to read as follows:

    “Islam is obviously a plague that has afflicted the world for centuries.”

    Of course, Obama will never say that. Oh, no! He insists that we should respect Islam.

    I won’t. I never will.

  5. The Quranifada is a test to see if America will stand by the First Amendment

    Frankly, nearly the entire West failed the test of the cartoonifada.

  6. Have you seen this video?

    • Bob Mack says:

      My sentiments exactly, AOW. Reid & Grahamnesty need to be put in the unemployment line. Re: Ann Barnhardt’s video:

      Lindsay Graham’s capitulation to Islamists (American Thinker)

      […] Shirt tailing on the announcement by Gen. David Petraeus that Quran burning poses a security threat in Afghanistan, Graham expresses his intention to work closely (across the aisle) with Senators Kerry and Reid and others to condemn the burning of Qurans.

      Republican commentator Ann Barnhardt gives a blow-by-blow analysis of Graham’s speech, highlighting the fact that if John McCain had been elected president, McCain “Best Buddy” Graham most likely would have been the U.S. attorney general, raising a red flag of danger based on Graham’s statement in which he clearly favors restricting Americans’ freedom of speech.

  7. AFVET says:

    Just remember Bob, as we get closer and closer to 2012, the girls all get prettier at closing time.
    And to your female readers I am not referring to gender.

    • Bob Mack says:

      The socialists/Democrats remind me of former Louisiana governor Edwin Edwards, who said:

      “The only way I can lose this election is if I’m caught in bed with either a dead girl or a live boy”

      Then he was sentenced to 10 years in jail for racketeering.

  8. Freedom, by the way says:

    I’m reeling from the Terrorist Women’s magazine. Where IS it published, I wonder? I’m beginnning to think maybe the muslim women are the answer–if only THEY would revolt–what would happen? Would the male terrorists kill of the females thus sentencing muslims extinction? O.k. it’s been a long day. Maybe I need a drink.

    • Bob Mack says:

      Here’s a story I just saw that’ll require 2 or maybe 3 drinks (in a very large glass): Islamists on Welfare: Paid to Plot the West’s Demise

      In 2008, the Toronto Sun reported that “hundreds of [Greater Toronto Area] Muslim men in polygamous marriages — some with a harem of wives — are receiving welfare and social benefits for each of their spouses, thanks to the city and province, Muslim leaders say.”

      “Polygamy is a regular part of life for many Muslims,” Canadian Society of Muslims president Mumtaz Ali declared bluntly. “Ontario recognizes religious marriages for Muslims and others.”

      Welfare abuse by Muslims appears to have metastasized across the Western world. Almost three years later, news stories about radical Muslims — often immigrants — engaged in social benefits scams emerge regularly from Europe, Canada, and Australia. Even when they are not involved in fraud, Muslims frequently are overrepresented on welfare rolls, compared with other communities. The statistics from around the globe are jaw-dropping, especially in economically uncertain times.

      In Germany, Muslims are four times as likely to be receiving welfare as non-Muslims.

      […] Seriousness is long overdue. As an Islamist Watch blog post from 2009 put it, “Only one adjective properly describes a government that funds those who seek its destruction: suicidal.”

  9. Claudia says:

    Thanks for the link, Bob. I don’t have time to come over often, I hope the situation will change in a few months.
    Hope you’re OK.

  10. Matt says:

    We ought to send the magazine cover to the feminazis. Given their silence on Islam, they must condone it.

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