Remember folks, President Obama declared the war over, that according to his own logic never existed in the first place. But the jihadis keep on coming, even after all the “good will” and bowing being done by Obama around the world
The only reason why Christmas day didn’t end in tragedy, was due to the Muslim terrorist’s faulty explosive charge attached somewhere on his leg, and the rush of passengers who took the terrorist down. Kudos to those people who acted bravely in tackling the jihadi. Amsterdam has a problem with its security team.
Check out the report, the journalist isn’t sure why the man wanted to bring down the plane, though everyone else and their brother knows exactly the reason why he wanted to bring down that plane,… on Christmas Day. It was done in order to strike terror into the hearts of the American people on the day of their most celebrated religious holiday.
The Obama White House is predictably labeling it solely as an “act of terrorism”, due to the misguided belief that linking Islam to acts of terror serves the Islamic terrorists’ goals. But that kind of failed thinking serves the goals of the stealth jihad, which is far more dangerous than an single act of terrorism. By not properly addressing the threat, Islam itself, will continue to get a free pass, all the while many of its followers work actively to undermine the US constitution. That is why a spade needs to be called a spade. KGS
Video by way of Atlas
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The suspect, identified by a member of Congress as Abdul Mudallad, is a Nigerian national who claims to have ties to al-Qaida. It was unclear today why the man wanted to attack the flight arriving from Amsterdam.
The plane, an Airbus 330, landed about noon in Detroit, and was carrying 278 passengers on a flight from Amsterdam. There were no major injuries.
Many on board were unaware of what had occurred at the front of the plane — learning about the incident only after they had left the aircraft and were questioned by FBI agents.
Others were keenly aware, having a bird’s-eye view of the man, who was tackled by passengers shortly after he tried to light what many thought was a firecracker.
“It was terrifying. I thought this was it,” said Richelle Keepman of Oconomowoc, Wis., who sat just rows in front of the suspect.
She said she thought she was going to die when she saw the flames and commotion.
Michigan native Melinda Dennis was sitting in first class when the suspect was placed in a seat across the aisle from her.
“He didn’t say anything,” said Dennis, who lives in Europe and was connecting to a flight to Arizona. “He was burned very severely on his leg.… He was very calm and didn’t show any reaction to pain.”
Passengers subdued the man and may have prevented him from detonating the explosives, officials said.
A White House official said the incident was an attempted act of terrorism.
Federal officials imposed stricter screening measures after the incident.
Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., ranking GOP member of the House Homeland Security Committee, identified the suspect as Abdul Mudallad, a Nigerian. King said the flight began in Nigeria and went through Amsterdam en route to Detroit. There were 278 passengers aboard the Airbus 330.