Thursday, December 22, 2016


"Don't be afraid to see what you see."--Ronald Reagan

Canterbury Cathedral: Virgin, Child, Three Wise Men, Two SWAT Officers
"Instead of having all these individual perimeters around every Dunkin Donuts franchise or every gas station, or ever J.C. Penny, why not have just one big perimeter around the country? We could call it a border! And we could have, like, border security!"--Mark Steyn

(BERLIN) Police released a photo of the terrorist truck driver they are seeking, described as a 23 yr.-old Tunisian immigrant with blurry eyes.

"Anis A." holed-up somewhere
The Daily Mail: "Anis arrived in Germany in July 2015 and was put on a danger list shortly after arriving - a sign authorities considered him prone to extreme violence. He was placed under surveillance but details remains unclear.
In April this year he was given an immigration hearing and denied the right to asylum. He was due to be deported before the end of the year.
But under a peculiarity of the German asylum system he was granted a 'Duldung' - or toleration papers - which allowed him to stay for unknown reasons.".......

Authorities are still seeking his accomplice, described as a doddering old woman with a Beiber bowl-cut:
Her DNA is all over this
There were reports of this woman sighted on hiking trails outside of Chappaqua, N.Y., but it turned out to be just an unemployed admirer. .......

Seriously, what exactly is the point of having an ALL POINTS BULLETIN--BE ON THE LOOKOUT!-photo...that is pixelated? The terrorist already knows what he looks like--it's the public who needs to see. Evidently, German privacy laws demanded this tender solicitude, although authorities have since released full pictures.

But it still serves as a metaphor for how this Very Well-Known Wolf was able to keep operating while we blind ourselves.

He was even on our No-Fly List. What's next, a No-Drive List?

Meanwhile, back in Florida, one from the Already-Flew List:

Pasco County Fire Rescue was called to Mahmoud Elganainy's home in Carissa Lane in the Summertree subdivision around 6:20 a.m. over a report of an unresponsive elderly man. 
Mahmoud Elganainy's wife contacted authorities about fumes that may have led to his collapse. He was taken to a hospital. 
When deputies arrived, officials said they saw suspicious materials in the bedroom of the couple's son, Sherif Elganainy, 21. 
When deputies tried to take Sherif Elganainy into custody, officials said he attacked the deputies, causing a violent fight to break out. 
"Sherif Elganainy attacks our deputies," Nocco said. "And they’re basically in a fight for their lives. These deputies were in an absolute struggle to fight to get this suspect constrained."
One of the deputies incurred a broken bone in his hand and another deputy received a blow to the head before the suspect was subdued. 
No More Pixels!
"Give us your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe bomb-making chemicals until Dad passes out, Mom calls the cops and Junior Jihadi fights with officers for their weapons like a Michael Brown-wannabe, all hepped-up on nitro fumes, al Awlaki videos and suburban bloodlust."
Sheriff Chris Nocco: "This guy could have been a potential terrorist. We are treating it to that level. You look around the world, you see what happened in Germany, you see what happens across this country, across the world. You know, the information we have, we're not just going to look at the other way. We're going to keep digging. We're gonna keep finding, if there's anybody else involved, who might have known him, we're going to keep working this investigation. But we have citizens' lives at risk. We have people who are nervous, and I can tell you, don't be nervous. We have the situation under control. There are people that make statements, that take actions, that want to do harm. We're going to do everything we can to stop them."
UPDATA: Z-Man on Immigration: "They are not coming here just to screw it all up for everyone including themselves. Recent legal immigrants tend to be hyper-patriotic for that reason. They take nothing for granted because they had to earn their citizenship.
Their presence is a healthy reminder that citizenship has value.

That’s ultimately the truth about the open borders crowd. They place no value on citizenship. That’s because they put no value on people. To the open borders enthusiasts, humans are just undifferentiated raw material, inputs they can manipulate. Whether the material comes from home or abroad is irrelevant because everything normal people associate with being human is of no concern to the managerial types. They see people the way normal people look at furniture."


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