Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Curiously, the Word “Rendition” isn’t Being Used

At least not in the usual operant-conditioned dog-whistle negative reflex kind of way that Europeans are used to using the term “rendition”:
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ordered radical cleric Abu Hamza and four other terror suspects to be tried in the US, saying Britain would not violate EU human rights rules by extraditing the suspects.
Strangely enough, the British lefties defending Hamza likely convinced themselves “9/11 was an inside job,” while Hamza was rather proud of it being a “Martyrdom” Operation, as if murdering innocent, unsuspecting civilians made one a martyr on the level of those who have been murdered for their beliefs.

Ignore the revision and tortured logic employed by Jihadists and their (puzzlingly still active) “Truther” faNboyZ.
A Martyr is someone who loses their life as a result of religious persecution. As their desire was to kill anyone in America not supportive of al Qaida’s dream of a theocratic dictatorship, the VICTIMS of the attacks on 9-11 were made martyrs, not those who planned, executed, and cheered on their murder.

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