Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is another Kinza Khaldun

"Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it," goes the time-honored saying.  Compare the profiles of two terrorists:

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed 
  1. Allegedly planned the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center.
  2. CIA water-boarded him 183 times. He survives.
  3. Liberals wanted him brought back to New York City to face trial in a civilian court.
Kinza Khaldun
  1. Attacked the Empire State Building in 1933.
  2. US Air Force flew 183 sorties against him (video).  He survives.
  3. Some misguided liberals brought him to New York City in the 1970s but he broke lose, attacking the World Trade Center.
The profile of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is eerily similar to that of Kinza Khaldun (the Arabic birth name of the terrorist better known as "King Kong").    Documentary evidence, including video and photographs of the terrorists, makes this abundantly clear.

After SecFear Malcolm P. Stag III showed the above documentary to the Joint Chiefs and Congressional leaders, there was unanimous agreement that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed must not be brought to New York to face trial in a civilian court. Our wise and prudent leaders realized the risks were not worth it.  They know another Kinza Khaldun when they see one.

After the screening, SecFear said, "We are all horrified by the resemblance of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to the dreaded Kinza Khaldun.  Surely the time has come for the United States to scrap the remaining vestiges of its ancient legal system."  SecFear noted that the president's vision of a new legal framework will ensure that terrorist suspects can be easily convicted--along with anyone suspected of having assisted a terrorist in any conceivable way.

Awaiting military tribunal, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed remains at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba.  President Obama is holding KSM in the same large cage that President Herbert Hoover originally had built for the detainment of Kinza Khaldun.

Mayor Bloomberg estimated that holding a trial for KSM in New York City would have cost taxpayers at least $1 billion (the cost of keeping the US Air Force on standby, rental of a cargo ship big enough to transport KSM and his cage to NYC, etc.).   Needless to say, were KSM to have escaped custody while in New York City the cost of repairing the damage after a rampage would likely have exceeded the mayor's cost estimate by a factor of ten.

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed
Kinza Khaldun (aka King Kong)

Practically indistinguishable.


  1. stoneman6.4.11

    Now I'm even more scared. The government should destroy public education forthwith, and force more people into bankruptcy by propping up large banks.

  2. That's correct. Any resource that is free or "public" tends to be devalued. This includes education. It's got to the point where only by destroying education can we save it.

    Middle-class home owners need to understand that with the privilege of obtaining a mortgage comes responsibility. Unfortunately, many citizens only learn this important life lesson the hard way. Leading banks are teaching citizens to be responsible, and they deserve our support.


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