Here We Go Again – Despite The Obvious New York Authorities Claim Hatchet Jihadist Is Not “Islamic Terrorism”…

~ Denial of Terrorism ~

Yesterday a self-described Muslim, and hatchet wielding jihadist named Zale Thompson, attacked three Police officers in New York.   […] Officer Kenneth Healey, 25, had just four months on the job when Zale Thompson, 32, of Queens — a “scholarly” but “weird” ­recent convert to Islam — fractured the back of the cop’s skull with one swing of a blue-handled hatchet at about 2 p.m. in Jamaica (link).

axe weilding mad man

zale thompson

Despite his Facebook promotions saying:

“Fisabeelallah” — for the sake of Allah. Jihad for the sake of Allah, which refers in Islamic law specifically to jihad warfare. (link)

…And despite Zale Thompson’s comments on social media:

“If you’re looking for ‘perfect’ Muslims who never make any mistakes in their Jihad, then you will be looking in vain! If the Zionists and the Crusaders had never invaded and colonized the Islamic lands after WW1, then there would be no need for Jihad! Which is better, to sit around and do nothing, or to Jihad fisabeelallah!” (link)

….The New York Police Commissioner says:

…“There’s nothing we know at this time that would indicate that [Islamic terrorism] is the case,” Police Commissioner William Bratton said at a press conference at Jamaica Hospital.  (link)

In addition WeaselZippers has reviewed some of his social media for ideological understanding:

Thompson’s friends on Facebook include black power adherents, members of the Nation of Islam and Black Panthers, including people who praise Khalid Muhammad, have posted pictures of Ferguson actions, and this protest in NYC with a banner from Revolutionary Communists  (link):

zale thompson 2

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57 Responses to Here We Go Again – Despite The Obvious New York Authorities Claim Hatchet Jihadist Is Not “Islamic Terrorism”…

  1. Paul H. Lemmen says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.

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  3. Josh says:

    It doesn’t matter what THEY call it. No one is listening to THEM anymore.

    WE. ALL. KNOW. WHAT. IT. IS!!!!!!!!!

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  4. TrickleUpPolitics says:

    I’m gobsmacked.

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  5. Rachelle says:

    Yes, officialdom has lost all credibility. From Obama on down they shamelessly lie again and again, are unapologetic when caught, and then lie again. I’ve come to suspect that the opposite of what they are saying is likely nearest the truth. Yet, they seem miffed when nobody believes them. I heard Obama say a few months back something like, “Well, if you don’t want to take my word for it . . . .” I laughed. Who would take his word for anything? Doesn’t he know he is believe by no one?

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  6. conservalicious says:

    I’m not gobsmacked, unfortunately.

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  7. Sharon says:

    Of course it’s not connected to Islam. Just last week I heard two Presbyterians planning a hatchet murder, targeting our local police they were. It was horrible.

    This afternoon I’m supposed to meet with a young Catholic woman from the community; she claims that her Lutheran neighbor has been buying axes on sale for several years now and is now in the process of distributing them to the children through the cub scout program at their church. She says everybody knows about it and nobody will do anything. Just makes me sick.

    Myself, I had to stop buying axes because I didn’t have any more room for safe storage. Although I must confess one got added to the stash recently when my son was here chopping firewood for me and he left his here for his own use when he comes. Likes the way it cuts, he says, That reminds me – I need to ask him exactly what he meant by that.

    👿 👿 👿 👿 👿 👿 👿 👿 – and one more thing – 👿

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    • John Galt says:

      We need to ban axes. Everybody should be using solar and wind power, not chopping wood.

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      • LetJusticePrevail" says:

        Well, it might be kind of tough to completely ban them, so why don’t we just make it illegal to own ones that have handles over 6 inches long, “large capacity” heads, nail hole notches, or lanyards that make it possible to attach them to a belt or saddle?

        Maybe we can also make a requirement that a safety “shield” cover the edges, and only retracts if the handle detects the owners fingerprint or DNA?

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      • Spar Harmon says:

        IN DEFENSE OF AXES —
        I can still ignite a kitchen match, upright on a chopping block, 9 out of 10 full swings. For self defense, my favorite of my 3 axes is a 3/4 length handle with a Hudson’s Bay Head cast in the 1920’s in Canada. Mr Galt, I assume your proposal to ban axes was in jest. For those having to make choices about self defense which must exclude the use of firearms, the axe and quarterstaff, for those trained in their use, is very viable for the close quarter combat of a home or most of the likely out and about scenarios. It would be an exceptional thug or thugs to who could withstand a faceoff with me , quarter staff in hand, even if they carry firearms — actually the firearms make them even more vulnerable due to false assessment of their situation…

        I sure would like the Colonel and others with military, hand-to-hand combat training to corroborate the jist of my remarks. Walking around with a stout cane, getting instruction from many martial arts instructors who have the necessary knowledge, it would go far to bolster your confidence. Even including guns, there is no guaranteed answer to personal security. Certainly sitting and contemplating your home and range security situation with quiet intelligence can do wonders.

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        • Sharon says:

          Mr Galt, I assume your proposal to ban axes was in jest…. 😉 …. yeah, I think John G was trying to help me out with some implementation of my observations. It really makes me crazy that they still are successful with telling people that what they are looking at is not what they are looking at. And thus I wax completely sarcastic when I cannot bear to make a serious response…. Kyrie Eleison indeed.

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  8. MP says:

    Just because the perp is not a card carrying member of some wacko group it doesn’t mean he wasn’t acting on their behalf. It’s almost like they need to see a membership card to some organization before they acknowledge the crime was done at their behest. See no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil. Complete denial of the truth in front of them…

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  9. Sharon says:

    …“There’s nothing we know at this time that would indicate that [Islamic terrorism] is the case,” Police Commissioner William Bratton said at a press conference at Jamaica Hospital…

    Now THAT could very well be a true statement. They can easily make it their business not to “know” things that are counter to their intended message.

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    • waltherppk says:

      I’m sorry, just to be clear was that Sergeant Shultz who knows nothing or the police commissioner William Bratton? ….it’s easy to get them confused. There seems to be a standard role model there for a great many government officials, like carbon copies of Sergeant Shultz ……..all of them know nothing.

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    • maryfrommarin says:

      “They can easily make it their business not to ‘know’ things that are counter to their intended message.”

      Yeah, willful ignorance. There’s plenty of that in the corridors of power.

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  10. CrankyinAZ says:

    Uh…oh… more workplace violence, eh?

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  11. doodahdaze says:

    There is no lack of credibility with the government at this point. There just is not any at all. Nothing they say should be believed. Don’t trust and verify.

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  12. Lee Jan says:

    And the US referred to the automobile attack on the lite rail station is Israel yesterday as a………..
    traffic incident.
    Really, there are no words.

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  13. Al says:

    There scared to look @ his facebook friends & there friends that shows islamic connections. I repeat. Google (Black Muslims ) & its new name since 1986 (Nation Of Islam) with most radical politicians & civil rights leaders . It goes way back & right up to today’s Pols. White cops & solders have been attacked for years without the press making a connection. Try 1972 nation of islam & charles rangel where he interceded when a bunch of NY cops were beaten to death @ a muslim mosque. Its been here a long time teaching hate & violence, but under the mainstream & there trying to keep it that way.

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  14. The #Moderates job is 2 make excuses + cover for the #Radical

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  15. yankeeintx says:

    As I have said before, take anything this administration announces and believe the exact opposite. If they say this isn’t terrorism, that means that it is. If they say that not shutting down flights from Ebola stricken countries is safer, that means we are in danger. If they say our borders are secure, that means they are wide open. It is just easier than being frustrated by their dishonesty.

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  16. polk8dot says:

    I noticed that his Facebook post says he ‘graduated from Teachers College at Columbia University’.
    According to their own website: ‘Teachers College, Columbia University, is the oldest and largest graduate school of education in the United States’. I only skimmed the site, but their focus seems to be centered around Immigrants, Blacks, foreigners, help for all the above, studies of all of the above, etc. Just your Standard Liberal Obsessions.
    Here is a breakdown of their Fees and Tuition:
    http://www.tc.columbia.edu/admissions/tuition-and-fees/

    Total Tuition and Fees per semester for a full time student (15 credits) is $21,830.

    Seems to me it is not cheap. So this criminal, this maniac, was able to go thru an expensive college and even get his graduate degree, whether on financial aid or scholarship (or maybe he is just ‘independently rich’).

    Not to belabor the point anymore —>>>
    He seems to have had a good life in America .
    What the hell does HE have to rage about and use as a base to foster this obsessive hatred towards all of us???>/b>

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  17. James F says:

    So a police officer with absolutely no history of racism who had to use lethal force in the course of duty is presumed to be racist just because he is white and the criminal is black. The federal governmenrt unleashes the full force of the DOJ, spending millions in a fruitless attempt to prove racism.

    A self admitted jihadi muslim with an obvious and provable record of his ideology, commits an obvious terrorist act and is declared innocent of terrorism before any real attempt of an investigation by federal or local officials.

    Did I get that right?

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  18. allhail2 says:

    So, how much longer until preemptive action against Muslims begin? Dennis Miller was on it yesterday. He said its time to send someone down to the local “peace and harmony” center and give them a year to clean up their own house, or it’s going to end up being done for them.

    I know, the “peaceful” ones are afraid to speak out against it. PC version.

    More like their silence is deafening. The tea leaves are not hard to read.

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  19. polk8dot says:

    That last pic with the marching banner is just too good.

    ‘The SYSTEM has no future for the YOUTH.
    The REVOLUTION does.’

    Good on ya, kids! You stick it to the Man! March and Protest! The SYSTEM has to go! No More Oppression!!
    /s
    …… just one question, if I may — What do you think happens once you’ve won, once your ‘revolution’ has triumphed? Once you’re NOT Youth anymore? Might it possibly be that the next logical evolutionary step is the Establishment of A New SYSTEM???

    Poofff! Blew your mind, didn’t it?

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    • allhail2 says:

      That kind of logic just sends them straight into vapor lock. And hence the problem, they cannot think beyond step 1, maybe 2 of anything they do.

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      • polk8dot says:

        ‘vapor lock’

        LOL!! Love it, stealing it. 🙂

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      • polk8dot says:

        Also, sadly
        ‘..they cannot think.’
        is an equally erudite and unambiguous way of putting it. That’s the real American Tragedy.
        I swear, sometimes all I can do is just scream inside to not drive myself to complete distraction. 😦

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    • 1hear2learn says:

      And they wouldn’t like the new system, unless of course they are the “leader”. Everyone else gets trampled and anyone trying to rise up to change it get killed – are they all really that stupid??? Why yes, yes they are…

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  20. yakmaster2 says:

    Neil Cavuto just announced that the NYC Police Commisioner has now labeled the hatchet incident as a terrorist attack. Let’s hope DHS uses common sense and agrees with him.
    Also, breaking news from Sacremento: cops shot by three heavily armed Hispanics, two males and a female.

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    • yankeeintx says:

      Looks like they are going to try everything they can to prevent the Republicans flipping the Senate.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        I don’t think chopping up cops in NYC and shooting police in CA is going to stop a Republican turnover – especially when those charged with protecting the citizenry from such attacks (not to mention their workers) refuse to own up to what these attacks really are and all of the ‘who’s responsible’ backstory. Unless, of course, the cheese-eating mousey urbanites have a sudden attack of denial and crawl back into their Land of Magical Thinking.

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    • yakmaster2 says:

      CLARIFICATION: 3 Sherrif Deputies shot. One of the Deputies in critical condition.
      Now they are talking about ONE suspect as the shooter.

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    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      Wonder how long it was before that Police Commissioner got a call that reminded him of his pension, and offered a playbook describing how he could “walk back” the claim of terrorism?

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  21. Orlandocon says:

    Been seeing references to Islame , communism ect at Ferguson for a while. Seeing a lot of talk on twitter about race wars, taking down the system, starting all over ect.

    Can’t remember the name of the guy who got shot…..what was his name again?/

    It’s not about him, it may be for a hand full but it’s moved well beyond them and they don’t even see it.

    Don’t know if any of you live in the area but if you do, I hope you have an exit plan, think you’ll need it.

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    • allhail2 says:

      Some of the same groups tried their hand during Skittlegate. However, the quickly folded. The reason Sanford did not see the same level of stupid as Ferguson is due to “who” the calls for civil disobedience went to.

      During TM/GZ, the calls were made largely to church organizations for help. Yes, they were upset, but they didn’t go full Retard and trash the place. For MB, the calls for help were directed elsewhere. And look, the “R” on the column did not mean reverse.

      FTR, this info was provided by a local community activist. These issues don’t necessarily revolve around “how it’s handled,” but “who is brought in for optics.”

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      • Orlandocon says:

        Being in Orlando during the TM fiasco, what I saw was, they wanted people from orange Co to jump in, they didn’t, there’s definitely a thug culture here but not one that wants to have it’s face on the evening news so that was a no go, then there was Osceola Co on the other hand, lots of cowboys, the concern there was there would be a guilty verdict , cops there were relieved at the not guilty. They saying was:

        Seminole County: bracing for not guilty
        Osceola County: bracing for guilty
        Orange County :Meh

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  22. Daniel says:

    It almost doesn’t matter what “they are saying” any more. People are believing “them” less and less every day. Who knows… in another year or so, we might start to live in a more sensible society. Think of what the great depression did to the people of the US? They learned to manage their money better for a while until people got all insane with credit cards and other debt inspired by having a “great credit score.” (CLUE: you cannot have a credit score without having debt. There are millionaires out there who have “bad credit scores” because they don’t feel the need to maintain any debt.)

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  23. kinthenorthwest says:

    So knew this was coming..Obama and his people are so crazy–Can’t believe that more Americans have not woken up to Obama Scams.

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  24. sundance says:

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  25. chuckles49 says:

    a “scholarly” but “weird” ­recent convert to Islam”. Scholarly as compared to what? Obviously it’s one of those relative terms..

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Scholarly as compared to the number of his peers who are…to be kind…less than scholarly? Who converted him and where? The Muslim proselytizers are infamous for co-opting the illiterate, poor, criminal any any other far-left-side-of-the-bell-curve they can find, a useful idiot is always welcome.

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  26. lorac says:

    Sorry, OT, but I didn’t spot an open thread today: Maybe Sundancewill find out more.

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2014/10/something-happening-here.php

    A faithful reader who asks us to withhold his name informs us that he has reason to believe the computer network within the Executive Office of the President has been down for close to a week, and staff throughout the various components still lack basic access to their files (though many are now able to access e-mail and the Internet). He advises that EOP staff have been told not to say anything about the situation to anyone. He adds that a major security breach is suspected, but no information has been forthcoming, either to those inside the EOP or to the public.

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