Muslim teen “radicalized through the internet” tries to plant a car bomb in Chicago
On the eleventh anniversary of September 11th al Qaeda attacked the United States embassy in Libya and killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens. This was a terrorist attack and was not simply a protest to an obscure You Tube video that nobody had seen.
Then on September 14th–last Friday–Adel Daoud was arrested in Chicago (Why is so much unrest happening in Chicago right now, is it a coincidence?) for attempting to plant a car bomb and blow up a local bar.
Here is a little more on this story:
Daoud is a U.S. citizen from the Chicago suburb of Hillside.
He was charged with attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction and attempting to damage and destroy a building with an explosive.
A federal official told CBS News that Daoud was just out of high school and had become radicalized though the Internet. (emphasis mine)
Do you notice the common thread between the two stories? Both the attacks on the Libyan embassy and the plot in Chicago are being tied to the internet. Interesting, isn’t it? This as the Congress had been debating more internet regulation.
The Congress was unable to pass any type of internet security bill so naturally Barack Obama began drafting his own plan to be issued by Executive Order which would give him a kill switch in the event of an emergency. This is the way he prefers to do business–on his own without that pesky little Congress to worry about.
We suddenly have a crisis in the Middle East and a homegrown plot in Chicago and we all know Rahm Emanuel’s infamous words about crises–never let them go to waste. I expect Barack Obama to use these crises to help gain support both in the Congress and with the American people for his soon to come internet Executive Order.
Do you think this is far fetched and couldn’t happen? On April 09, 2009 I wrote this post predicting that the Obama regime would use the violence at the Mexican border to implement gun control laws, and I also wrote about how the numbers they were using in regards to violence at the border committed with guns purchased in America were false.
At that time we had not learned about Fast and Furious. But the whole goal of Fast and Furious appears to be to drum up support with the American people for both gun control and the UN small arms treaty. And this was to be done by bringing the crimes committed by the Mexican cartels up to the false number the Obama regime and Hillary Clinton had been promoting.
Are we about to see the Obama regime capitalize on this issue? I wouldn’t be surprised would you? It just so happens that last year the Obama regime helped push a ‘religious intolerance’ resolution through the United Nations with the help of the OIC without a vote.
America hasn’t signed onto the resolution because of the curtail of free speech…..yet.