Re: More on Ms. Bryant and multiculti insanity




Bob Cooper wrote:
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> > Bob Cooper wrote:
> > > "kuff (Isaac Adams)" <kuff00@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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> > > >
> > > > Bob Cooper wrote:
> > > > > http://tinyurl.com/8xlcj
> > > > >
> > > > > Mark Steyn: Mugged by reality?
> > > > >
> > > > > July 25, 2005
> > > > > WITH hindsight, the defining encounter of the age was not between
> > > > > Mohammed Atta's jet and the World Trade Center on September
> > > > > 11, 2001, but that between Mohammed Atta and Johnelle Bryant
> > > > > a year earlier.
> > > > >
> > > > > Bryant is an official with the US Department of Agriculture in Florida,
> > > > > and the late Atta had gone to see her about getting a $US650,000
> > > > > government loan to convert a plane into the world's largest
> > > > > crop-duster. A novel idea.
> > > > >
> > > > > The meeting got off to a rocky start when Atta refused to deal with
> > > > > Bryant because she was but a woman. But, after this
> > > > > unpleasantness had been smoothed out, things went swimmingly.
> > > > > When it was explained to him that, alas, he wouldn't get the 650
> > > > > grand in cash that day, Atta threatened to cut Bryant's throat. He
> > > > > then pointed to a picture behind her desk showing an aerial view
> > > > > of downtown Washington - the White House, the Pentagon et
> > > > > al - and asked: "How would America like it if another country
> > > > > destroyed that city and some of the monuments in it?"
> > > > >
> > > > > Fortunately, Bryant's been on the training course and knows an
> > > > > opportunity for multicultural outreach when she sees one. "I felt
> > > > > that he was trying to make the cultural leap from the country that
> > > > > he came from," she recalled. "I was attempting, in every manner
> > > > > I could, to help him make his relocation into our country as easy
> > > > > for him as I could."
> > > > >
> > > > > So a few weeks later, when fellow 9/11 terrorist Marwan
> > > > > al-Shehhi arrived to request another half-million dollar farm
> > > > > subsidy and Atta showed up cunningly disguised with a pair of
> > > > > glasses and claiming to be another person entirely - to whit,
> > > > > al-Shehhi's accountant - Bryant sportingly pretended not to
> > > > > recognise him and went along with the wheeze. The fake
> > > > > specs, like the threat to slit her throat and blow up the Pentagon,
> > > > > were just another example of the multicultural diversity that so
> > > > > enriches our society.
> > > > >
> > > > > For four years, much of the western world behaved like Bryant.
> > > > > Bomb us, and we agonise over the "root causes" (that is, what
> > > > > we did wrong). Decapitate us, and our politicians rush to the
> > > > > nearest mosque to declare that "Islam is a religion of peace".
> > > > > Issue bloodcurdling calls at Friday prayers to kill all the Jews
> > > > > and infidels, and we fret that it may cause a backlash against
> > > > > Muslims. Behead sodomites and mutilate female genitalia,
> > > > > and gay groups and feminist groups can't wait to march
> > > > > alongside you denouncing Bush, Blair and Howard. Murder a
> > > > > schoolful of children, and our scholars explain that to the
> > > > > "vast majority" of Muslims "jihad" is a harmless concept
> > > > > meaning "decaf latte with skimmed milk and cinnamon
> > > > > sprinkles".
> > > > >
> > > > > (...)
> > > > > =============================================
> > > > >
> > > > > Of course, we know Ms. Bryant's story is fabricated. The 911
> > > > > Commission assures us that the INS advised them Atta wasn't
> > > > > in the US at the time. And, God knows, the INS doesn't make
> > > > > mistakes.
> > > >
> > > > What a funny little story.
> > >
> > > Was it Atta's threat to cut Ms. Bryant's throat that tickled
> > > your funnybone? :<)
> >
> > No. It was (1) the supposed disguise of the glasses
>
> Do you think they were Groucho glasses?

That was the picture I had - almost wrote "Groucho" in fact. :-)

>
> > and (2) Steyn
> > thinking this woman's questionable story was more important than the
> > 3,000 people we watched die on TV.
>
> That's not what he said.

I guess "defining encounter of the age" doesn't mean it was important.

>
> > > > And it may be fabricated though likely not by Mark (aside from a little
> > > > lipstick and a haircut).
> > > >
> > > > http://www.abc.net.au/mediawatch/transcripts/s1427042.htm
> > >
> > > Like the 911 Commission, these guys base their rejection
> > > of the story on the impeccable record-keeping of the INS --
> > > the folks who sent Atta his student visa six months after he
> > > died. Give me a break!
> >
> > You have a point. The INS records should be examined more closely to
> > track the movements of Atta.
> >
> > Or just ask Mossad where he was. :-)
> >
> > >
> > > The story may indeed be fabricated, but I'm afraid I'm going to
> > > need more evidence than the word of the Keystone Kop
> > > INS before I believe that.
> >
> > At least they are cops.
> >
> > >
> > > Here's a lot more on the subject from Mark Steyn at this
> > > link to a cached copy of his mailbox. Scroll down to
> > > "Re: Mugged by reality".
> > >
> > > http://tinyurl.com/akt3k
> > >
> > > btw, the INS seems quite firm on the origin of what they
> > > contend was his first flight to the US on June 3, 2000.
> > > Atta was in Gernany, so we might expect that he would
> > > fly in from Hamburg or Frankfurt. Oddly, though, it seems
> > > his point of departure was....[cue Twilight Zone theme]..
> > > ........PRAGUE.
> >
> > Maybe he was returning from a meeting with Saddam Hussein?
>
> Don't be silly. Saddam wasn't in Prague.
>
> But, I hear he had a guy named Ahmed Khalil Ibrahim Samir al-Ani
> there who handled his business for him.

I heard that too. He'd arrived there in 1999 - replacing his
predecessor Jabir Salim who had defected after being exposed as a
homosexual.

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