Truth-teller Dutch Parliamentarian Geert Wilders, counter-jihad author/blogger Pamela Geller, and counter-jihad artist Bosch Fawstin were the featured guests yesterday when an armed assault by two Muslim jihadis took place at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas. The event was a contest to draw the best caricature of Muhammad. Fawstin was the winner.
Wilders and Geller both spoke to the audience in attendance and presented Fawstin his prize. Then two jihadis exited a car and opened fire outside the building. The gunfire injured a security guard before Texas police officers shot and killed the the jihadis.
I’m not one given to speculation. It is no coincidence, ladies and gentlemen, that Wilders, Fawstin, and Geller were inside the building when this attack began. Explosives were involved. I have no idea if the American Press will give the incident any coverage. We usually have to depend on the Brits for decent news reporting. With thanks to Drudge for the link, the DailyMail.com gives us this:
A former terror suspect has been named as one of the gunmen shot dead by police after two attackers blasted an unarmed security guard in the ankle during an anti-Islam art contest in Texas on Sunday night.
Two heavily-armed men, who are believed to have been carrying explosives, were killed by police after opening fire outside the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Dallas, at around 7pm during a controversial event where caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad were being displayed. Followers of Islam deem that any physical depiction of the prophet – even a positive one – is blasphemous.
Yes, America. Do you understand yet what’s happening here in your country? Any event (picture, or word, written or spoken) which can be construed as in any way critical of the religion of peace is prima facie evidence of blasphemy – and therefore punishable by death according to Muslim law. The barbarians are inside the gates. They are here among us. Our political leaders invited them to come in the door.
A senior FBI official has identified one of the men as Elton Simpson, who was previously the subject of a terror investigation, according to ABC News.
He had been convicted of lying to federal agents about his plans to travel to Africa five years ago, but a judge ultimately ruled it could not be proved that the was heading there to join a terror group.
After his identity emerged, FBI agents and a bomb squad swarmed Simpson’s apartment in north Phoenix, Arizona and used a robot to carry out the first sweep of his home, the channel reported. The second gunman’s identity is not yet known…
Read all of it.