Wednesday, January 10, 2007

K.I.A. Courtesy of the U.S.A.

All the major news outlets are reporting this morning that Fazul Abdullah Mohammed was killed Monday by a United States airstrike. Mohammed, is an al-Qaeda chief in the very volatile Horn of Africa and is the alleged mastermind of the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. The location of the strike has not been specified to this point, however, it most likely took place in the southern portion of Somalia.

I'm just waiting for our buddies in Europe to say how bad we are and how this man was "misunderstood" etc. etc. He killed 225 innocent people, but I'm sure we will be made out to be the evil ones. Here's what I have to say to the folks in Europe: Go sell crazy and b.s. somewhere else....we're all stocked up here thank you very much.


1 comment:

Sean G. Kilkelly said...

Unfortunately this has been denied and also said to be not confirmed at this point. Althought the States did get approximately 20 al-Qaeda memebers. We still got ripped by our buds in the EU.