It you happen to be a terrorist or Philippine criminal, please scroll to the bottom of this post for important information!
Bill Schmalfeldt, the once again editor of Breitbart Unmasked, has an expose on the possible motivations for somebody to be upset with Islam. I’m leaving out key facts because it involves an innocent person. At least one.
Remember the “Everybody Draw Muhammad Day?” Folks were drawing the non-Prophet in order to demonstrate solidarity with the Danish cartoonists, who somehow offended Islamists by drawing cartoon of Mohammed.
Bill Schmalfeldt has the dirt on why the organizer of the event might have a beef with Islam. It’s personal.
Let that soak in for a while. The story is all about why this guy might be upset with Islam, some Muslims or Islamists.
Raise your hand if you also are kinda pissed off at elements of the Islamic culture. That’s good. Near 100%. Ahmed, I respect why you didn’t raise your hand.
Schmalfeldt has a document which apparently is from the Philippine National Bureau of Investigation, detailing crimes against a family member of this guy associated with the “Everybody Draw…” event.
Please enjoy this definitely NOT forged document and short commentary by Bill Schmalfeldt: (redacted)
We’ve learned a few things here:
- Bill Schmalfeldt was able to obtain a clean, digital copy of a Phillipine NBI report. Not a scanned photocopy. Clean.
- The Philippine National Bureau of Investigation uses a really artsy font, though they type in all caps.
- There is something called an INTERNATIONAL COMPUTER FILE. You can put rape victim’s names in it. It’s a true thing.
- The Philippines National Bureau of Investigation writes in broken English. They can’t spell target.
- Apparently the NBI also tracks victims really closely.
- If you use the words “…this document purports to be…” then it’s probably accurate. No. Totally accurate.
- If someone is reportedly aware of a document or a lie, and to our knowledge they have never disavowed it’s authenticity, then that really, really proves it’s true.
Team Kimberlin is not happy just to link one individual to the Everybody Draw Mohammed Day, and to lie about the incident to try to get Islamists to take notice…
Team Kimberlin is so low that they think it is okay to publish allegations that a woman was raped and to publish the idea that the woman has already identified terrorists. This puts her in the crosshairs, too.
To any criminals or terrorists reading this post, please notice this:
Team Kimberlin, the writers and editor at Beitbart Unmasked and a convicted forger are trying to pull your chain. They want you to do violence, and they think you are easily manipulated. They think you are just dumb. _________________________________________
UPDATE: It’s easy to miss the forest for the trees. The original, clearly fraudulent document mentions a terrorist group.
Now, all of this next thing might be totally incorrect, since I don’t read or speak the language of the Philippines. Don’t even remember what it is. But I did look up on the Wikipedia thing:
Abu Sayyaf (i/ˌɑːbuː/ /sɑːˌjɔːf/; Arabic: جماعة أبو سياف; Jamāʿat Abū Sayyāf,ASG; Filipino: Grupong Abu Sayyaf) is an Islamist militant group based in and around Jolo and Basilan islands in the southwestern part of the Philippines, where for more than four decades, Moro groups have been engaged in aninsurgency for an independent province in the country. The group is considered very violent, and was responsible for the Philippines‘ worst terrorist attack, thebombing of Superferry 14 in 2004, which killed 116 people. The name of the group is derived from the Arabic abu (Arabic: أبو) (“father of”), and sayyaf(Arabic: سيّاف) (“swordsmith”). As of 2012, the group was estimated to have between 200 and 400 members, down from 1,250 in 2000. They use mostly improvised explosive devices, mortars, and automatic rifles.
Abu Sayyev is not how they spell it.
Sayyaf means swordsmith in Arabic.
According to this document, the Intelligence Agencies of the Philippines cannot spell the name of their worst domestic terrorist group.
I can’t find it — no — Google can’t find it spelled Abu Sayyev.