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Nidal Malik Hasan: Fatwa FAIL

By Wyatt Earp | November 9, 2009

Nidal Malik HasanWell, well, well. Underneath all of the Islamofascist website postings, behind all of the America bashing, and after the hours spent in his Mosque, murdering scumbag Major Nidal Malik Hasan was a major frakkin’ hypocrite.

I wonder if this means that when he dies – which will hopefully happen very soon – he won’t get his 72 virgins?

Fox News provides us with a contrasting view of the media’s portrayal of the devout Muslim Major Hasan;

Jennifer Jenner, who works at Starz using the stage name Paige, said Hasan bought a lap dance from her two nights in a row. She said he paid $50 for a dance lasting three songs in one of the club’s private rooms on Oct. 29 and Oct. 30.

“I remembered his face because it was the first lap dance I [gave] to a customer while working here,” she said. “When I saw his face [Friday] on TV, I jumped out of bed, I knew it was him.”

So he was a big, fat hypocrite walking around the 7-11 in his man-jammies playing the role in the daylight. Keep that in mind when his relatives and clergy spout off about what a peaceful man Hasan is, how he couldn’t have done such a thing. It looks like they didn’t know him. (H/TThis Ain’t Hell)

Of course, if you listen to the media talking heads, Islmaofascism had nothing to do with these murders, so this point is really moot. /snark.

Topics: The Troops | 34 Comments »

34 Responses to “Nidal Malik Hasan: Fatwa FAIL”

  1. John D Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 2:49 pm

    Not gonna find 72 virgins in a strip club. Well, no female virgins, anyway. Maybe he walked into Starz by mistake, thinking it was a computer store. Poor guy probably thought he was paying $50 for a laptop (which would be a damned good deal). He might have planned to use said laptop to frequent Islamic singles chat rooms, where he would discuss the Koran with virtuous lady Muslims. Or surf porn sites. One of those.

  2. Montana Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 2:59 pm

    My heart and prayers go out to all the victims, the victims family and friends.

    From all the news reports it appears this Major is a career military man and that in his current position for less than a year and was not going well. He did not want to be deployed and in fact wanted out of the Army, so he paid back his military student loans and hired an attorney.

    The reason may have been that he was being harassed and called names like “camel jockey ”. I guess all that sensitivity training for those with bigotry tendencies are all for not. (Can training real change the way you were brought up?)

    Another reason is called PTSD by proxy, the stress of treating PTSD in other soldiers make you go a little crazy yourself. Its even more stressful because most of the higher ranks don’t even believe in such thing as PTSD. Their denial prompts them to tell suffering soldiers to “drink it off.” Some civilians in the defense dept feel the same way no doubt IMO, it’s why hardly anything is mentioned of PTSD until one of these violent episodes occurs. These people see PTSD as a cop-out or an excuse. First we need to have an understanding that PTSD actually is real before we can ever hope to help treat it (does anyone believe that being shot at or killing your fellow man is not going to affect you in some way either then or in the future?). I guess with the high soldier suicide rate before and after deployment kinda takes care of the complaints from coming in (so those who said he should have just killed himself, well that’s already happening ). What real ticked me off when I heard that the military was trying to say that some soldiers coming back from this war with PTSD or other psychological disorders had “Pre-Existing Conditions” and that the military would not pay to treat them, I think it has been corrected but what a bunch of asses they break you and don’t want to pay.

    The final issue is why does the military want to keep people in their ranks that no longer want to be there is it just sheer number? I mean is it ten percent, twenty percent. Is it that it is the only contract in the US that you can’t get out of unless to kill yourself or kill your fellow soldiers? It does not make any sense to me.

    I guess the Major could just be another wacko like Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nicholas, of course McVeigh was executed and apparently because Nicholas became a Christian he received a life sentenced. I real think if he gets that far the Major will get the former and not in a million years the latter.

    This is so messed up, hopefully they will make some changes that make sense.

  3. Randal Graves Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 3:40 pm

    I hope he gets his 72 virgins:

  4. Jon Brooks Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 3:56 pm

    The scums lawyer will probably try to say it was mooselim celebratory gunfire and the victims just kind of got in the way. If ever there was a case for the return of the military firing squad this better be it.

    Now back to my daily cartoon drawing of Moohammed as a pig.

  5. Wyatt Earp Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 4:30 pm

    John D – I wonder if there are any Muslim pr0n sites.

    Montana – You know what changes would make sense? Changing Hasan’s status from “alive” to “dead.”

    Randal – Fan-freakin’-tastic!

    Jon – I think he should be hanged, but I’m old school.

  6. metoo Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 4:31 pm

    Maybe the strip club was called Virgins R Not Us and he misread thinking quick, easy shopping for the 72 ahead of time.

  7. Jim (firefighter4884) Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 4:35 pm


    Are you actually defending the piece of trash that opened fire on American soldiers because he didn’t want to get deployed and couldn’t figure out a better way to deal with it then to start shooting?

    That’s a bunch of bullshit. I’d had more respect for him (not a whole lot more) if he’d run away and gone UA.

    Opening fire on an American base, at American troops int he middle of TX is terrorism, pure and simple. There is, quite literally, no excuse and no defense for it.

    I don’t care if he was called a camel jockey, or harassed because he was Muslim. It’s not right if it happened, but shooting up fellow soldiers does not make it right.

    Was picked on in grade and high school. Never once thought about taking a gun to school to get back at the bullies, because it’s WRONG.


  8. Jim (firefighter4884) Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 4:36 pm


    Tree, Rope, Terrorist Dirtbag.

    some assembly required.


  9. Wyatt Earp Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 4:40 pm

    MeToo – I think Lindsay Lohan works at that store!

    Jim – Absolutely! And if they need a hand with the assembly, I’ll be available, 24 hours a day.

  10. Mr. "Smith" Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 4:45 pm

    @ ‘montana’ –

    Good job parroting all the liberal, anti-military, pro-mass-murderer talking points. Let’s see, you cited “job inexperience” as a reason for murdering 13 people and attempting to murder 31 more. Hmmm…. nope, doesn’t fly.

    You cited “name-calling” as a reason for murdering people. Hey, I got called mean names in school. Does that mean you’ll “understand” me if I go nutzo? Didn’t think so. Oh, and you don’t get bonus points for inferring that the military/country is somehow racist in this one, either.

    You cited “Pre-Traumatic Stress Disorder” as a reason for murdering 13 people and attempting to murder 31 more. Hmm… I guess all horrible drivers can cite the same thing as a reason for their poor skills; they’re just so terrified that they -might- get in an accident, that of -course- they have to drive on the sidewalk.

    You cite “keeping him in the military/sending him to Afghanistan against his will” as a reason for murdering people. He joined up, of his -own- -free- -will-, knowing FULL WELL that he stood a possibility of getting deployed. So what if he changed his mind? He signed a contract with the Army, gave his word to do his job, and swore an oath before whatever God/Allah he believes in, that he would fulfill his duties to the best of his abilities. But then, I bet you probably want a similar “out” for anyone who signs any other sort of legally-binding contract. Tell ya what, how ’bout I quit paying my mortgage, but keep my house? Hmm? Will that fly?

    Oh, and then you go and slam Christians, for whom unprovoked violence is anathema, in order to defend radical Muslims, who believe unprovoked violence is the way to Paradise.

    I do not doubt that you feel poorly for the families of the victims. In light of your above arguments, I well could assume you simply lead-in with a “sympathy” line, in order to make yourself seem more human; however, I will not assume the worst, and will give you the benefit of the doubt in this respect.

    However, that does not change the fact that you, sir, are attempting to excuse that which is inexcusable and utterly despicable, using specious and easily refutable arguments, arguments which you apparently believe. Given that I have chosen to believe you when you express your sympathies with the victims, I cannot simultaneously believe that you sympathize with the victimizer. My only option left is to assume that you’re an idiot. I’d take that as a compliment, were I you, since the only other option is to assume you’re sympathetic to mass murder, and I really doubt you’d want that.

  11. dragonlady474 Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 5:03 pm

    As far as I know there is no such thing as PTSD by proxy. In fact I’m 100 percent sure that none of the psychology text books I have lying around mentions it. If such a thing were true, then a lot of us would be wacked out from watching Schindler’s List, the nightly news, Dawn of the Dead, the Exorcist etc. You get my meaning.
    He was a piece of crap terrorist that opened fire on unarmed people and deserves whatever he gets.

  12. dragonlady474 Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 5:11 pm

    Someone that really suffers from PTSD.

  13. John D Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 6:01 pm

    “As far as I know there is no such thing as PTSD by proxy.”

    Well damn, that totally ruins my plan to collect disability from the government based on having watched Full Metal Jacket while I was in the Army.

    PTSD by proxy. Puleeze! And I don’t buy the harassment theory, either. The military is super-sensitive about that kind of thing. All he’d have to do is file a complaint and heads would roll. Just look at the CSA, Gen. Casey’s response. The chain of command has no tolerance for that kind of thing. Not that it matters, anyway. Being called names is no excuse for shooting dozens of unarmed people.

    I hope the Army lets Texas prosecute this creep in state court. They’ll fry his ass for sure.

  14. Fenway_Nation Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 7:00 pm

    Montana wrote:
    My heart and prayers go out to all the victims, the victims family and friends.

    Bullshit disclaimer before you wrote before going on to blame the dead and wounded.

    Let’s not pay any attention to the ginormous pachyderm in the room that is his religous background, increasingly sketchy associations that are coming to light or statements made to colleagues at Walter Reed or anything.

    Wonder if you’d be so willing to make excuses if the shooter was named Wagner and left a rambling note about Jews and blacks and was shouting ‘Praise Jesus!’ while gunning down his unarmed colleagues.

    Either you’re incredibly stupid or just simply a foul piece of shit. Either way……that’s nothing to brag about.

  15. dragonlady474 Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 7:18 pm

    “Well damn, that totally ruins my plan to collect disability from the government based on having watched Full Metal Jacket while I was in the Army.”

    Sorry! Uhhhmm..wanna lifesaver? It worked in the commercials! :)

    I thought of something else, how many psychologists, and psychiatrists have treated people for PTSD, and how many have flipped out and shot up a group of people? Only one, who happens to be a terrorist, muslim piece of crap.

  16. Mrs. Crankipants Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 7:53 pm

    Wrap the bastard in bacon, and let the dogs out.

  17. Smite A. Hippie Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 8:14 pm

    may he receive a very swift and speedy trial to get to his death penalty punishment.

    …oh and may said punishment not meet any obstacles from the POTUS, as he has to sign the death warrant.

  18. Smite A. Hippie Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 8:17 pm

    Jim – I say eye for an eye… 100 rounds fired back at him.

    Riddle that f*ckers body to oblivion, starting from the less-lethal areas as to not immediately kill him.

  19. Easily Lost Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 10:04 pm

    Have rope will travel. Anyone want to loan me a tall tree?

    We have enough men and women dying overseas, we don’t need one of our own, going batchit crazy, and killing them at home.

    Make that a medium height tree, I want that buzzturds toes to just be able to brush the ground.

  20. BadIdeaGuy Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 10:09 pm

    What a sucker. Any man worth his salt knows that strippers are negotiable and a true thinker with even a modicum of game can make $50 last more than three songs, even in some of the better clubs. Besides, nothing like going to a strip club and paying some flousy to like you for a few minutes to really get you to hate the world.

    What’s worst is that this little dbag’s apparently going to live to go to trial on this. No doubt some Soros-backed commie lawyers will represent him and tell us all the sob story that Montana did… Boo freakin hoo. They should get the firing squad out there for this guy and televise it.

  21. TXNMXN Says:
    November 9th, 2009 at 11:58 pm

    Montana – You r so full of shit, I bet your eyes are brown.

    Bullying in the military now a days is not tolerated period. As a retired military man, with a brother, sister-in-law, nephew, various cousins currently serving in the military in Iraq, Afghanistan, currently stationed at Ft Hood, and currently in his Senior year as an Air Force Academy cadet, I know how political correctness is part of annual training.

    As a MSgt in the Air Force, we were trained not to taunt anyone because there would be consequences.

    Joking with my nephew after he returned from Guantanamo Bay, he set me straight. I know there were no korans (quaran) being flushed down the toilets there unless it was being done by the terrorists themselves, I jokingly asked him how many he flushed.

    His reaction was to say, “uncle, they live in better conditions than us soldiers chosen to guard them.” He went on to explain how they were allowed to pray 5 times a day, they had air conditioning that worked, it seems the enlisted could do with out, and how special meals were prepared for them. He explained how the terrorists knew they could flush their own clothes down the toilet and then complain to their lawyers that a soldier flushed a koran.

    This idiot who killed all those innocent unarmed people up the street from where I live (Temple TX) has solace in knowing that there are idiot Americans like you who will always cry big tears for his bullshit stories, or excuse.

  22. tjbbpgobIII Says:
    November 10th, 2009 at 5:36 am

    I know a military barracks is just about like a locker room in sports and you’d better be able to defend yourself vigorously and with some snappy repartee, no thin skins allowed. This is true anywhere men gather and I don’t think any amount of sensitivity training will stop it and it shouldn’t be. That is not bullying it’s just life. This PC shit has got to stop. If your dick ain’t up to par then you better grow a thick skin.

  23. The British Bird Says:
    November 10th, 2009 at 6:37 am

    Mr Bird said that he stayed in because the military is so damned PC its not funny and is run by a bunch of libs.
    The only thing the Army can do is kill him because he was an embarrasment and of course, he committed treason.
    I say, lets hurry up with the long rope.

  24. The British Bird Says:
    November 10th, 2009 at 6:38 am

    ‘He” meaning the waste of air languishing in hospital not Mr Brd..
    thought I had better re iterate..

  25. The British Bird Says:
    November 10th, 2009 at 6:46 am

    Montana.. if that POS just wanted to get out of the military becaus he didnt want to go back to the war, all he had to do is walk into the XO’s oiffice smoking a big fat joint. He would have been out of the Army by midday. Zero tolerance. It seems the military has more tolerance for people like Hasan despite the fact that he showed all signs of being A. Seriously unhinged. B. A wannabe Bin Laden. with the intials SOA( solider of Islam on his card) C. A danger to his fellow peers and to the USA.

    my point was he didnt have to blow anyone away, but he did. If you go in yelling Allah Akbar, theres you sign. Islamic Terrorist. He needs to be tried, convicted of treason and hung/shot or whatever else they do because he was active duty and under oath :

    I, (NAME), do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God.

  26. The British Bird Says:
    November 10th, 2009 at 10:10 am

    one more thing… Montana.. that SOB would have killed you stone dead too. How does that make you feel?

  27. Jason Says:
    November 10th, 2009 at 11:25 am

    I think the big pink elephant here is not islamafacism but the liberalfacism that precludes soldiers in garrison from carrying weapons for self defense.

    Look at EVERY mass murder in the last fifteen years and you will see these acts conducted in “sterile” environments that preclude good people from legally exercising their right to self defense.

    I never understood (and still do not) the philosophical hostility towards having and carrying a firearm for self defense. One soldier carrying even the crappy M9 that the .mil issues could have easily ended this massacre prior to the substantial victim count.

    Major Hasan did not begin shooting in an area where there was a high concentration of firearms. He selected a target of opportunity that provided him little to no resistance.

    Gun free zones are a blemish to our society and continually prove to be the most absurd of liberal ideals.

  28. Jon Brooks Says:
    November 10th, 2009 at 11:56 am

    Very good point Jason. Why we are 100% sure that the terrorists are frakking cowards is your exact point. One thing though in ’69 -’70 when I was at Pendelton we still could not walk around ‘heeled’. Only the MP’s, the Officer of the Day on guard watch, and the individual guards on duty at various posts etc. were armed. That said, with that many people in that area…my question is…Where were the MP’s???…at least just for general security. If they were there but only allowed to carry truncheons etc., then that policy definitely needs to be changed especially this day and age where any mooselim, at any time, at any place could put his religion above all else and kill infidels. I think overall that at least Christians need something to say when killing terrorists. To piss em off before we kill em why don’t we yell..Jehovah Akbar!! It only seems fair:) And yes..kill them we must.

  29. Jason Says:
    November 10th, 2009 at 12:28 pm

    Jon you are correct regarding base rules. I was in from 88-93, stationed at MCAS Tustin & MCAF Quantico. It was a hassle to live on base and have a gun (I still scratch my head). But even when I moved off base I still couldn’t legally carry a sidearm when coming on base. Even today if I visit the Marine Corps Museum they have a no weapons policy.

    It’s an old and tragic policy that needs to be rescinded. The far distant possibility of a “parking dispute” ending in a shoot out is mitigated by the possibility of a religious dispute being ended with carnage.

    Just like civilian police, MPs cannot be everywhere. To relegate personal defense to a sliver of the population is worthy of engaging in dereliction of duty.

    I don’t qualify once a year. I shoot qualifications level courses on a monthly basis, am proficient with every handgun I carry and any firearm that I own.

    And I’m just a lowly civilian…

  30. Ingineer66 Says:
    November 10th, 2009 at 12:34 pm

    How did this POS get through Medical School if he couldn’t take being teased? Many of the docs I know could make a Drill Sargent look like a kindergarten teacher. The guy was an Islamic terrorist and should be executed for his actions. End of story.

  31. Jon Brooks Says:
    November 10th, 2009 at 12:58 pm

    For something similar happening today:

    My ode to John Malvo….

    Time to die John Malvo,
    Sorry we can’t use a salvo,
    So we’ll just have to
    Shoot you up.

  32. Jon Brooks Says:
    November 10th, 2009 at 1:06 pm

    Ahh drat, its the other guy MOOOOhammed. I can’t think of a catchy rhyme for that one :)

  33. bob (either orr) Says:
    November 10th, 2009 at 8:46 pm

    Montana — gutless commie symp.

  34. desertdweller Says:
    November 24th, 2009 at 3:29 pm

    There’s no contradiction here. The radical views of Islam followed by Hasan do not hold men at fault for their lust.

    Thus women are denigrated as second class citizens to be either covered from head to toe or considered a “whore.”

    To think that radical Islamists hold the same world view as the typical American is a grave mistake.