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Anti-jihad biowarfare

2012-09-17T01:39:12+00:00

Militant Islamists, working with Al-Qaeda, staged coordinated attacks in Libya, Egypt, Lebanon, Yemen, and other countries this past week. These were timed to coincide with the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States. They killed four Americans, including two ex-Navy SEALS and the US Ambassador to Libya, J. Christopher Stevens.

Dear Leader claims that the attacks were instigated by an anti-Islamic YouTube video. Instead, the attacks were planned long in advance, to demand the release of blind terrorist Sheikh Omar abdel Rahman, who is serving a life sentence in the US for planning the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York City.

Regardless of the supposed cause of the latest round of bloodshed, the events of the past week are a reminder that Islam is a public health threat. It is a disease. In any nation where Muslims make up more than 5 percent of the population, they cause widespread societal disruption, massacres and eventually genocide. For this reason, Islam needs to be eradicated. Not necessarily its followers, of course, but the belief system itself needs to be eradicated. If its followers will not give up the belief system, though, then they will have to be eradicated as well.

Most advanced nations still continue biowarfare research, they simply don’t talk about it. They already have viruses which are designed to seek out genetic markers  commonly found in specific populations, such as Muslims. The viruses’ targeting accuracy is enhanced by the fact that most Muslims do not allow interbreeding with infidels (non-Muslims). This helps keep their populations easier to identify, genetically. Tribal lineages, such as in Afghanistan and Pakistan, also make it easier to target specific groups.

I doubt any Western leaders have the strength of will to use such viruses, at least at the moment. The Chinese do, though. And they have their own Muslim populations which cause problems for China. It’s a ready-made laboratory. The main concern is viral mutation, and the possibility that it would attack different targets than the intended ones.

It will be interesting to see what happens.

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  1. 2012-09-17T21:11:22+00:00 21:11

    Death begets death, which begets death. A long chain of deathly Dominos.

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