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It is only a matter a time. You have to be right 100% of the time — and with Obama importing whole Muslim communities from jihad nations, it is impossible. Which is why we have seen this spike in jihad terror attacks (Chattanooga, Boston, Garland …..).

The idea that you cannot profile for jihad is suicidal. It is submission to Islamic supremacism.


“Fla. terror suspect had been cleared for Key West airport job,” by Kevin Johnson, USA Today, July 29, 2015:

A Florida man charged earlier this week in an alleged Islamic State-inspired plot to detonate a bomb on a crowded beach was once cleared to work at the Key West International Airport, where his job provided him direct access to secure areas, including baggage compartments of commercial aircraft, an airline spokesman and co-workers said.

One of his co-workers, a former supervisor, said that Harlem Suarez, 23, once asked how he could get a gun on a plane. The former supervisor, who asked not to be identified out of fear of possible retaliation by the supervisor’s current employer, said that Suarez’s inquiry from last summer was reported to a manager. But the supervisor was unaware whether any action was taken.

Ted Lund, another former co-worker of Suarez’s, said the supervisor also told him about Suarez’s reference to a gun. He also did not know whether there was any response to the report.

“Any mention of a gun at an airport is really a red flag,” said Lund, now a Florida freelance journalist who has written for Florida Today, a property of Gannett, which also owns USA TODAY. “It’s not something you joke about at an airport.”

American Airlines spokesman Ross Feinstein confirmed Wednesday that Suarez was employed by Envoy Air Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of American, as a station agent at Key West, from December 2013 to March 2015.

Feinstein, who said Suarez’s duties ranged from passenger check-in to baggage handling, declined comment on what prompted the agent’s departure from the company in March, the month before the FBI was alerted by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Department of extremist rhetoric posted on a Facebook account allegedly traced to Suarez.

Asked whether the company was aware of Suarez’s reported query about a gun, Feinstein referred questions to federal authorities.

The FBI in Miami declined to comment.

Federal prosecutors announced the case against Suarez on Tuesday, charging the legal permanent resident from Cuba with attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction.

Court documents outlined his interactions with an FBI informant and undercover agent in an alleged pursuit earlier this month of bomb-making components, including grenades, a timing device and nails that could be assembled in a backpack and buried in the sand.

“We can make it (bomb) with a phone …,” Suarez allegedly told an FBI source in a July 16 telephone conversation that was recorded by authorities. “I can go to the beach at night time … put the thing in the sand … cover it up … so the next day I just call and the thing is gonna, is gonna make a real hard noise.”

In a separate meeting with the source three days later, according to court documents, Suarez allegedly discussed “putting bombs under police cars, in front of police officers’ homes and possibly purchasing a vehicle and building a car bomb.” None of the potential plots outlined in court documents involved an aviation-related target.

Suarez allegedly purchased two boxes of nails July 19 at a Home Depot store and later turned over the nails, a pre-paid cellular phone and backpack to the source for assembly by the FBI undercover agent posing as an ISIL operative.

Suarez was arrested Monday,after accepting the device that had been previously rendered inert and posed no safety risk, according to court documents.

Attorney Richard Della Ferra, retained to represent Suarez, described his client as a “kid with no prior criminal history who appears to be a troubled and confused young man.”

“He is not a terrorist,” Della Ferra said, adding that Suarez arrived in the U.S., in 2004 with his parents as refugees from Cuba. “He has no ties to the Middle East. The family is as surprised and shocked at the allegations as anyone. He has never been in trouble before.”

The attorney also said that he was unaware of his client’s reported reference to getting a gun on a plane.

“That’s the first I’m hearing of this,” he said….

Lund described Suarez as someone who always sought to work additional hours, mostly assigned to late night or early morning shifts. Lund, who left the company in October, said he learned that Suarez had encountered trouble earlier this year when he deployed the emergency slide while working on an aircraft. Lund said the incident prompted an investigation, which he believed, ultimately led to Suarez’s separation from the company.

  • Brkovic Nenad

    Obama will not finish his second term. Banned documentary reveals the truth.

    • JSebastian

      Its frankly surprising he finished the first term.

  • Dusty Koellhoffer

    Muhammadans are what they are. Christians crushed the Inquisition, Moslems endorse the Jihad

  • Renegade Quark

    It is no mystery who the enemy is unless you’re a liberal or mentally retarded, although that’s a bit redundant.

  • finnmorgan

    media pick…
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  • LEL817

    Muslims should not even be allowed into western countries, let alone get jobs on airlines.

    We in the west are out of our minds. We would rather risk innocent lives and destroy our societies than be called racist.

    • rhcrest

      1000 upvotes! And they are getting jobs in everything! As police officers, security officers. medical personnel, it boggles the mind. The only thing you can do to protect yourself is to stay as far away from them as possible although you wouldn’t have any idea if one was working in a secure area in an airport.

      • Covadonga

        I got off a plane in Philadelphia several years ago and saw as I walked the other way past security that all the screeners at the checkpoint were in Muzz garb and had those stupid Muzz beards. I mean all.

        I would never board a flight at Philadelphia, ever. But I can’t help living in a country where other people are flying who have been screened by the Muzz security staff in Philadelphia.

        • rhcrest

          Oh my God! What is it going to take for this country to wake up? That would be like having Nazis guarding our ports during ww2!

          • Covadonga


            Imagine being an amputee veteran of Iraq or Afghanistan in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed, and being told to get out of your wheelchair for inspection and sexual pat-down by those ugly apes in pyjamas…

          • rhcrest

            It makes my blood boil. Or the little blond girl on her way to Disney world with her family or the Oklahoma grandmother in a wheelchair being sexually molested while mohammed and his brood of little jihadis and his hijab clad wife sail on through security right by you. I have seen numerous accounts like this.

          • Betty4440

            OR DRESSES.

  • VAfrmNJ

    Isn’t that how it all begins?

    “Attorney Richard Della Ferra, retained to represent Suarez, described his client as a “kid with no prior criminal history who appears to be a troubled and confused young man.”

  • iprazhm

    How is this possible when I read he didn’t graduate from High School?

  • rhcrest

    Anyone know where this guy was born?

    • Betty4440

      IT SURE WASN’T IN AMERICA . I don’t think. and then again.

  • disqus_HlH4Faibhw

    Another allegedly mentally disturbed muslim who isn’t a terrorist. Because of course terrorism has nothing to do with islam.

  • Pazuzu

    It’s very clear that our own government is seeding us with muzzles in order for them to reach the numbers needed to go on offensive jihad against us. We’re going to have to deal with this government-made invasion ourselves on an individual and community level in order to annihilate the invading colonist trouble-makers. They ain’t gonna leave here without deadly persuasion.

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