Turncoat traitor American nutjob

The latest podcast from Al Qaeda features a doughy, hairy, gullible, alleged American formerly named plain Adam urging us all to convert to Islam. Some losers end up working at Burger King. This loser ends up plotting against his country.

  • kat

    I’d like to tell him where to put his idea of conversion to islam. These guys don’t have countries–they only have islam.

  • http://doubledeckerbuses.org/blog/ Matthew James Didier

    Total number of people that will be converted by this from the USA? My guess would be about… um… hmm… carry the four… yeah. ZERO.

  • http://www.benmiller.com Ben Miller

    I think you do a dis-service to your readers and yourself by disrespecting people who work at Burger King (or similar).

  • kat

    Poopbah said you had to ask the enemy to accept his crap before attacking. Are these terrorist muslims planning an attack? Remember Osama offered such an invitation before the moonbats went on a killing spree in Bali.
    {When you meet your enemies who are polytheists, invite them to three courses of action. If they respond to any one of these, you also accept it and withold yourself from doing them any harm. Invite them to (accept) Islam; if they respond to you, accept it from them and desist from fighting against them. … If they refuse to accept Islam, demand from them the Jizya [tax]. If they agree to pay, accept it from them and hold off your hands. If they refuse to pay the tax, seek Allah’s help and fight them. (Sahih Muslim 19.4294)}

  • http://rpv.blogspot.com Ripclawe

    The shout outs to Fisk and Galloway telling them to just convert already, his plea to Seymour Hirsh to keep investigating and going after Robert Spencer of jihadwatch was amusing, disturbing and somewhat surreal.

  • http://blog.grain-of-salt.com jd

    I have to agree with Ben Miller. I would not call employed teenagers “losers,” and I certainly would not apply that label to adults who are struggling to make ends meet. In fact, I would commend the latter group for doing the best they can in an unfortunate situation (such as a lack of education necessitating a career in the fast food industry where they earn wages that prevent them from obtaining an education).

    Couldn’t you have chosen a group worthy of insulting, like bank robbers or people who make false confessions?

  • David

    “Some losers end up working at Burger King. ”

    Very nice Mr. Jarvis. Very very nice.

  • http://www.buzzmachine.com Jeff Jarvis

    Listen, I worked at Ponderosa Steak House. I didn’t need any PCs cops to protect my dignity. I knew it was a sucky job — all the suckier because I had to wear a checked shirt, string tie, and plastic-coated cowboy hat. If Fast Times at Ridgemont High came out today, you self-appointed protectors of the burger flippers would be out picketing: Unfair to French Fryers! Lighten up, people. We’re talking terrorism here and you’re obsessing about Burger King.

  • kat

    I worked at a Burger place during highschool, and I am not offended. It was just a job till I got the education for a better one. I learned to hate fried food and that flipping burgers was not a career choice I’d make. Course I’d not make the career choice that the loser traitor made either but if I had to choose
    it would be Burger King over the mosque where he got taught terrorism.

  • http://detailedrecruiter.blogspot.com SFC B

    I liked the comment from the CIA that they could not verify the voice of the traitor because it’s against the law for them to do a voice analysis on an American citizen.

  • kat

    I notice Robert Spencer has politely replied to the moonbat.
    {Meanwhile, Adam, I have a preliminary invitation of my own for you: I invite you to accept the Bill of Rights, and enter into the brotherhood of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. My invitation does not focus on my religion, although I invite you to that also, but rather on a framework within which people of differing faiths can live in peace, harmony, and mutual respect — provided that none of the groups involved cherishes supremacist ambitions to subjugate the others.} etc.
    http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/012974.php

  • Eileen

    When I was 15 (in the late 60’s) I worked at a burger joint in Sarasota, Fla. On Saturdays it was particularly awful as all of our friends would drive through on their way to the beach. Did we plan to spend our lives there? Heh. Heehaaaa!

    We were supposed to open at 11:00 a.m.,,, but between 11 and 11:30 we left the lights off and ducked whenever anyone drove into the lot or through the drive-through>— cracking up all the while…

    Once I got a $5 tip for filling an order (quickly and without issues – and yeah, they wanted their burgers every which way but as is) for 120 people.

    I learned a lot – like how to make change for a 65 cent order when they hand you a buck and a nickel (the first time I remember my deer in the headlights face and blush) – and had some fun..

    I doubt this guy’s having much fun, and nor would we under Islam’s threats/”invitations”. Hell, my arms were bare and I wasn’t even wearing a burkha bag to cover them up! Didn’t have to worry about clitorectomies or getting stoned to death, either.

    Sigh. The good ‘ole days, without Satanic Islam breathing fire and brimstones down our necks.

  • http://none alan macleese

    I worked on several occasions at a Frozen Cow, which was sort of like a Burger King only the food was better. I had to work the fast-food circuit because I needed to make money so’s I could get to some city, any city, that had a newspaper that would hire me. I was a loser; I knew this because I didn’t feel like a winner, even when I snapped at the rude customers who rightly considered me to be a loser too.

  • http://nannyworld.blogspot.com Nanny Molly

    Dears! We addressed poor Adam’s problem at once. It really is a question of style and taste, color choice, and so forth. Not everyone can wear white and look good. Ditto for facial hair.
    NM

  • kat

    He looks like an effing monkey in a white sheet.