Saifullah…….aka Daniel Boyd

The brother has been arrested. This means that the government has accused him of committing certain acts which the government has deemed to be crimes. There is supposed to be a presumption of innocence until proven guilty. Though this is rarely the case, it is still taught in schools all over the country.

Saifullah’s charges do not seem to be charges at all, but merely innuendo designed to capture headlines and give people the impression that the government is winning domestically in its War on Terror.

However, the reality is that there are no sleeper cells of Al-Qaaida in America. The greatest danger to America is America, itself. Torn between immorality and greed. Between the same-sex marriage of the left and trillion dollar corporate welfare on the right.

Waging illegal invasions based upon lies and imperialistic aspirations, America has embarked on a dead-end course globally, and is torn-apart internally.

There is no need of an Al-Qaaida attack. Anyone who has lung cancer, brain cancer, leukemia, and full blown AIDS doesn’t recover. It’s only a matter of time before all activity ceases.

America and its military are plagued by four fatal diseases, Immorality, Irreligious, Effeminate behavior, and being creatures of comfort.

The same forces that dumb down American society so it can lead the populace into illegal wars by just waving a flag, has now to figure out how to smarten up this same populace to pull itself out of this stupor.

Which the power-that-be will never rectify, because it is much more profitable to make money from dumb people than it is to correct the diseases of that same populace.

It all boils down to greed and doing whatever it takes to profit from whatever misery it manufactures and breeds.

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  • Simon  On 03/08/2009 at 09:12

    Did he steal from a Bank in Pakistan (after his reversion) ?

  • abumubarak  On 05/08/2009 at 01:06

    Now, Simon, how could anyone but him answer that? He was convicted then released in Pakistan. Sounds like a murky situation, at best. Agree?

  • Heather  On 14/08/2009 at 12:36

    So, is there anything nice about America? Just wondering.

    • AbuMubarak  On 22/08/2009 at 08:48

      If someone is standing on your foot, and you speak about it, is it ok, because your hands are not being stepped on?

    • AbuMubarak  On 22/08/2009 at 08:52


      What does “anything nice about the United States of America” have to do with the subject at hand?

  • AbuMubarak  On 15/08/2009 at 22:05

  • AbuMubarak  On 15/08/2009 at 22:07

  • abumubarak  On 31/08/2009 at 13:27
  • haravenscroft0  On 31/08/2009 at 18:24

    “The subject at hand” is a multitude of subjects according to your above post. So you didn’t answer my question. I have to ask again, maybe with a little reasoning thrown in. Is there anything nice about America? Because if there aren’t any redeeming qualities then why would there be any reason to fight for it? If America is “torn apart internally” How then do you propose to repair the rifts?

    • abumubarak  On 01/09/2009 at 13:31

      Are there any nice things about America? That depends upon who you ask. If you ask those who have benefited from her tyranny, they will say how America is the place of freedom and prosperity. If you ask those who have suffered from her tyranny, they will say quite the opposite.

      As far as anyone “fighting FOR America”, since Pearl Harbor, I cannot recall any reason whatsoever to fight FOR America. The military of America has fought FOR corporate interests, NOT FOR America.

      As far as my prescription for repairing the rifts, I do not see any hope for repairing this body. It’s dead already, the body just hasn’t fallen.

      After it falls, hopefully, there will be a new mind, a new populace to rebuild it, based upon what is right and not concealing what is wrong.

  • haravenscroft0  On 31/08/2009 at 20:37

    I’m sorry if my question bothered you. I just find it overwhelming that all of the problems in the world and America keep getting thrown up over and over. There’s a time for action and there’s a time for solutions and there’s a time for introspection. Tempering the cry of injustice with some real solutions and unplugging from the conspiracy data stream is necessary I think. Especially if you’re young and intelligent, just keep your head above the din, and try not to drown in negativity. Look at some art, take a walk, see the flowers and pick up the trash, but don’t let it stay with you.

    • abumubarak  On 01/09/2009 at 13:25


      I was not bothered one bit. My apologies if I came across in that fashion. I was merely making an observation of how I see things. You are entitled to agree or disagree. People are acting, all over this world and probably around the corner from your house. But before anyone can act……..let me paraphrase a comment by Malcolm X. Before you can act, you must awaken the mind, your thought processes must change, and after your thoughts change, your words change, and then your actions change.

      So everyone has their station in life. Their position in the conveyor belt of life. Hold your position and execute it well. That is all God demands from us.

      Everyone can always voice an opinion about a matter, but what counts is how close that opinion is to Truth. So we all look at life and we have thoughts, however, Truth is being over-run. But do not despair. Truth will always triumph.

      If you think by speaking out about a clear injustice is just wallowing in negativity, then my only response is that ignorance is bliss.

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