Thursday, July 25, 2013
FBI Counterterror Ads Censored in Seattle
The pro-Islamic Left are so powerful that they can censor even the FBI
The Rolling Stone cover photo of Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been the subject of countless news stories because people across the ideological spectrum have rightly objected to this magazine's glorification of the Islamist killer. But an even bigger scandal is unfolding in Seattle, Washington, as radical Muslims working with members of the Democratic Party and the ACLU have forced the FBI to take down bus ads depicting photos of 16 of the world's Most Wanted Terrorists because some people may perceive the jihadists to be Muslims.
These ads could save lives by leading to the capture of deadly and dangerous terrorists with ties to foreign terrorist organizations.
The FBI had pointed out that Seattle, the first city in the United States targeted for the campaign, had a population "that travels and has connections internationally, which makes it an effective area for the pilot program," according to a local story about the decision to drop the ads.
The dropping of the ads can only reduce the possibility of some of these global terrorists being brought to justice.
Never one to avoid a fight with the global jihad and its lackeys, Pamela Geller of the American Freedom Defense Initiative is calling attention to the FBI's decision to cancel the bus ads after radical Muslim groups and "the politicians in their pockets" objected. "Please help us stand against this politically correct madness," Geller said. Her American Freedom Defense Initiative is raising money to put the ads back up on the buses.