Saturday, February 25, 2017

Who Pays ISIS Terrorists?

So who pays the head chopping, suicide bombing ISIS savages? If you're UK citizen and ISIS terrorist, Abu Zakariya al-Britani, real name Ronald Fiddler, that would be the UK taxpayer, who paid the terrorist £1 million.

Ronald Fiddler

Fiddler, who converted to Islam and changed his name to Jamal Udeen-al-Harith in 1994, was captured by US forces in Afghanistan in 2001 and imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay in 2002. Following lobbying by the UK's left leaning Blair administration, Fiddler was released in 2004. He was later awarded £1 million for wrongful imprisonment.

Fiddler Cooks Off

The aptly named Fiddler, ISIS name Abu Zakariya al-Britani, then proceeded to travel to Syria in 2014 and, earlier this week, blow himself up in a suicide attack on a Syrian army outpost.

This is what the UK's Home Secretary, David Blunkett, had to say about Fiddler and two other Guantanamo returnees on their release, "No one who is returned… will actually be a threat to the security of the British people." 

Blair & Blunkett

It's a good thing that Fiddler didn't cook off in downtown Birmingham, Manchester or London, but not so good for the soldiers he killed in Syria. Here's a thought.

All you relatives of the people al-Britani Fiddler killed and wounded, get lawyered up and sue Blair and Blunkett. After all, the blood shed by this Moslem fanatic is on their hands.

Barack Obama

According to the Gateway Pundit, of 653 persons released from Guantanamo, 196 are confirmed or suspected to have returned to terrorism. Maybe their victims should sue Barack Obama who notoriously lied that "only a handful" of detainees had returned to killing people in the name of Allah.

The New Feminism

In the meanwhile...

ISIS laughs.


1 comment:

LL said...

We have to figure a way to sue the UK Govt. for a million quid each for some perceived slight. Apparently it doesn't take much to get them to part with the funds --- which is why they can't afford much of a military. It makes perfect sense.

HURRY - the post-BREXIT crowd may not be so gullible.

The question is how best to use the lucre. A ranch on the Brazos with a dock, a bass boat, horses, and a shooting range would be a great place to start.