This would be amusing if not so pathetic. What we have here is pretty obvious: an American woman Islamist waging Jihad along with her other depraved brethren, but you’d never know it from the L.A. Times coverage. No where is it noted the freak is an Islamist, but they do try to guess at what has influenced her. She’s even pictured in a burqa, but all of that is secondary to the real issues, you see, that she’s an American and uses the internet!
‘JihadJane’ indictment alleges threat from within U.S.
Colleen R. LaRose, who dubbed herself “JihadJane,” was so intent on waging jihad, authorities said, that she traveled to Sweden to kill an artist in a way that would frighten “the whole Kufar [nonbeliever] world.”
With blond hair and green eyes, the 46-year-old woman bragged that she could go anywhere undetected, boasting in one e-mail that it was “an honour & great pleasure to die or kill for” jihad, or holy war, the indictment said.
“She appeared to be one of those people who spend a lot of time online and go to all these radical websites and chat rooms,” said one law enforcement source, who, like others interviewed, requested anonymity when discussing the case.
“If there was some moment in her life that changed her, I don’t know,” another law enforcement source said.
Uh, how about when she became an Islamist?
At various times in this article the words “jihad” and “terrorist” are used. Muhammad is even mentioned, but you will not see the words “Muslim” or “Islam.” And the Lamestream Media wonder why they’re collapsing.
Bottom line, them message the L.A. Times, like the Obama administration, want to leave you with is that an American is a terrorist, and Americans who use the internet can be dangerous.
At least in the Washington Post they mention the fact, deep in their story, that the freak is a Muslim.
Ultimately, for the best assessment of your average Islamist, go to their neighbors and you’ll get a pretty clear view of the sort of person who wages “jihad” and wants to kill artists in the name of Muhammad.
“She was the weird, weird, weird lady who lived across the hall,” said Eric R. Newell, 36, who works for a National Football League sports agent. “We always called her the crazy lady.”
His wife, Kristy, recalled that LaRose “talked to her cats all the time.”
The Newells, who moved out of the four-unit building about 18 months ago, said LaRose rarely left her apartment except at night, when she would go drinking and get into fights. They never heard her discuss politics or extremist plots, they said.
“We knew she was crazy,” Newell said. “We never knew she was dangerous.”
Well, there you go. I think Obama should shut down the internet anyway.