This Is Weird

Okay, now I’ve seen it all.

You need to check out the Islamberg Hiking and Mountaineering Club.

I’m not going to supply the link, (no way Jose) you can ‘google it!’

Talk about weird. Scary weird.

Weird scary.

Okay, I’m now officially weirded out, and scared.

UPDATE:

I checked out the website, today. All the “Loose Change” and other creepy stuff is gone.

Also the #1 site when you google Islamberg, today is, Life In Islamberg, a website devoted to “Refuting the lies and exposing the frauds brought about by the vested interests which seem to have no end..”

I call B.S.


More On Islamberg

I’m sorry, but I can’t get this Islamberg thing out of my head. I decided to see what more I could find out about it. I found an article in WND from a year ago in which locals that live near this terrorist training camp are interviewed. When you read what they have to say, the obvious question that pops into your head, is “WHY? Why is this allowed to go on?”

The Pakistani terrorist group Jamaat ul Fuqra is using Islamic schools in the United States as training facilities, confirms a joint investigative report by an intelligence think tank and an independent reporter.

What is Jamaat ul Fuqra, you ask?

Though primarily based in Lahore, Pakistan, Jamaat ul-Fuqra has operational headquarters in the U.S.

The group seeks to counter “excessive Western influence on Islam” through any means necessary, publicly embracing the ideology that violence is a significant part of its quest to purify Islam. The enemies of Islam, the group says, are all non-Muslims and any Muslim who does not follow the tenets of fundamentalist Islam as detailed in the Quran.

Jamaat ul-Fuqra openly recruits through various social service organizations in the U.S., including the prison system. Members live in compounds where they agree to abide by the laws of Jamaat ul-Fuqra, which are considered to be above local, state and federal authority.

According to the report, there appear to be more than two dozen “Jamaats,” or private communities, loosely connected and scattered throughout the U.S. with an estimated 5,000 members.

How would you like to have these people as your next door neighbors? Let’s find out, together, shall we?

The neighbors interviewed, who asked not to be identified, said they feared retaliation if they were to make a report to law enforcement officials.

“We see children – small children run around over there when they should be in school,” one neighbor said. “We hear bursts of gunfire all of the time, and we know that there is military-like training going on there. Those people are armed and dangerous.”

The resident said his household gets “nothing but menacing looks from the people who go in and out of the camp, and sometimes they yell at us to mind our own business when we are just driving by.”

“We don’t even dare to slow down when we drive by,” the resident said. “They own this mountain and they know it, and there is nothing we can do about it but move, and we can’t even do that. Who wants to buy property next to that?”

Every one of the neighboring residents interviewed expressed disappointment and additional concern that federal law enforcement is not investigating the activities, the report said.

“These people need to be investigated,” a resident said. “They are training for war, either for war here in this country or against our troops. Who in the h— is allowing this stuff to happen right here in our own backyard, and why?”

Why, indeed! And, oh…get this:

Douglas J. Hagmann, director of the Northeast Intelligence Network and multi-state licensed private investigator, and others conducted their covert field investigation Feb. 8 and 9 at the Hancock encampment connected to the terrorist group.

Primary access to the compound is an unmarked road – labeled on county and state maps as “Moslem Road”

Two structures with capacities of up to 100 each appear to be used for religious training, education and meeting purposes, according to local sources. Investigators found a weapons firing range that is not visible from the road or any other publicly accessible vantage position. It appeared to have been recently used.

Near the eastern perimeter of the property – on a hillside – appears to be a military-style training area, including ropes hung from tree limbs, an obstacle course, wooden fences for scaling and other items and structures one would expect to find in a “boot-camp” setting. The area also appeared to have been used recently.

The report noted the property is near the Cannonsville Reservoir and Watershed Area, one of several water supply sources servicing New York City and adjacent areas.

The investigators noted men appeared to be designated to provide security for the compound, with some posted at guard shacks.

Why wasn’t this shut down a long time ago? It’s time to start fighting them at home.

More good stuff from the Canada Free Press

Oh, shit!

To Any Islamofascists Who Might See This:

This is just a very tiny, insignificant blog, designed by a moron, for morons, most of whom already know each other. I have no credibility, or influence whatsoever. Really, I can barely spell without my spell checker….please don’t hurt me?

Spud Gun Blogging

My son and his friends got free burritos at Chipotle all day, yesterday(some kind of promotion) and one of them came up with the brilliant idea of launching one of them in the spud gun. Then they started on the paint balls. When they got tired of those, the finally resorted to potatoes.

The camera just missed the burrito launch. It also missed the paint balls. But I did manage to capture a potato in midair.  The catfish  feasted, last night!

Good News On Stem Cell Research

Yuval Levin has a good article up today at NRO concerning Stem cell research.

Recent studies, (one of which is documented in the latest issue of Nature magazine) show great promise in making embryo destruction no longer necessary for the benefits scientists have found in embrionic stem cells. This is a very important development that many scientists are quite excited about.

I for one, am glad to hear it.

Artist or Ape Part 2

The organizing committe for the 2012 Olympics in London payed £400,000 or $797,120 for that???

 

 

 

 

 

No wonder people are having seizures.

UPDATE:

Wiserbud says it look like…..uh, I can’t say it….just check the comments.

UPDATE:

Now Wiserbud is working on a photoshop of what he thinks it looks like. Should be…..interesting. You’ll need to check The Hostages to see it.