Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait on the 2nd of August 1990. Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez was born in Iraqi occupied Kuwait 33 days later, on the 5th of September 1990.
— Chattanooga News (@CTFP) July 16, 2015
He and his family lived under Saddam’s Iron fist for months; his family for seven months, Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez for about 5 months, until Kuwait was liberated by the US and Coalition forces on the 25th of February 1991. The liberation occurred on the 173rd day of his life.
Twenty four years and 10 and half months after his birth, in the country that his parents moved to for opportunities and a better life, and from which he was educated and worked in, he kills four member of the military. The same armed forces that liberated his country, and allowed his family to be liberated and prosper and gave this murderous cowardly terrorist a chance in life.
Only in America can you experience such irony.
Waiting to see if attack on four marines in Chattanooga, TN will be “Indiscriminate Violence?” or “Work Place Violence?” or “Road Rage?” or if more “Confederate Flags” will have to be removed?” Or will Christians be lectured not to feel “smug because of what happened 800 years ago?” Or if the “I” religion (Hint, Religion of Peace) will be mentioned at all.
Thoughts and Prayers go out to the victims, and their families of the Chattanooga community. Our government is broke and need repair. Get out and vote everyone in office now out, next elections.
Get involved and speak your minds. Lets get anyone not a legal immigrant out of our country. We can do this by not giving aide to any of them. We can do this by voting out any politician that supports amnesty or giving aide to illegals.
Take back our cities from gang members and drug deals, fight fire with fire if you have to. We out number them. If our government doesn’t have the balls to take them on, we should. Fight for your country! Or you will lose it!!!!!!
“We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.” Plato.
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