May 22, 2019
Donald Trump is going to go ahead and release the greatest figure of WHITE ISLAM since Mohammed (yes, Mohammed was WHITE), despite protestation from the Senators who fear (rightly so) that holy White vengeance will come down on them once this guy is let out.
A bipartisan team of senators is asking the Trump administration why the convicted terrorist who became known as the “American Taliban” is about to get early release from federal prison.
And the questions are coming in part from the chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee.
Republican Sen. Richard C. Shelby of Alabama and Democratic Sen. Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire have lots of questions for the Trump administration about the expected release on May 23 from federal prison of John Walker Lindh.
The bipartisan senators have asked Hugh Hurwitz, the acting director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, to answer several questions about preparations for the release of convicted terrorists.
“We write to express concern over the anticipated release of convicted American Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh and request information about what steps the U.S. government is taking to ensure public safety,” Shelby and Hassan wrote in their Friday letter. “Mr. Lindh was captured in Afghanistan in 2001, and the following year, he pled guilty to serving as a soldier of the Taliban. Mr. Lindh was sentenced to twenty years in prison but is scheduled to be released early from federal custody on May 23, 2019.”
This is quite the story, so you may want to buckle up.
A convert to Sunni Islam in California at age 16, Lindh traveled to Yemen in 1998 to study Arabic and stayed there for 10 months. He later returned in 2000, then went to Afghanistan to aid the Taliban. He received training at Al-Farouq, a training camp associated with al-Qaeda, designated a terrorist organization by the United States and other countries. While at the camp, he attended a lecture by Osama bin Laden. After the 9/11 attacks, he remained there to join opposing military forces after he learned that the U.S. was allied with the Afghan Northern Alliance. Lindh had previously received training with Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, an internationally designated terrorist organization based in Pakistan.
Lindh went by the name Sulayman al-Faris during his time in Afghanistan, but prefers the name Abu Sulayman al-Irlandi today. In early reports following his capture, when the press learned that he was a U.S. citizen, he was usually referred to by the news media as just “John Walker”.
As an adolescent, Lindh participated in IRC chat rooms with the IRC nickname Mujahid. He became a devoted fan of hip-hop music and engaged in extensive discussions on Usenet newsgroups, sometimes pretending to be an African American rapper who would criticize others for “acting black.”
Although his parents did not divorce until 1999, their marriage was in serious trouble throughout Lindh’s adolescence. His father often left their Marin residence for extended periods to live in San Francisco with a male lover. Frank Lindh said he and Marilyn had been in effect separated since 1997.
He had a rough time when the Americans came rolling in:
While he was in a prison run by a CIAnigger warden, he was part of an uprising that successfully “Terry’d” the agent after he had an interview with John.
Although the uprising was eventually put down when hundreds of prisoners were massacred and the survivors had to take cover in a basement (that was flooded to flush them out) John Walker and his team managed to draw first blood – that’s right, they got the very first confirmed kill for the Taliban in the Afghanistan war.
John Walker set out to prove that White people are better at everything – including jihad – and he managed to prove that decisively. If he were around for GamerGate, I bet this guy would have led the gamer uprising for Kekistan instead of Afghanistan and put the Shadilay Strangler to shame with his kill count.
For that, his American captors made sure that he remained strapped down and securely away from any gaming consoles for the duration of his captivity.
For some reason, he was sentenced to twenty years in prison – something I doubt other Taliban soldiers were sentenced to.
Anyway, I suppose the obvious conspiracy angle here is that John Walker was some sort of asset groomed by his homosexual San Francisco father and sent to liaison with Al-Qaeda… but I think that’s a stretch.
I welcome John Walker’s release.
When he sees what his sodomite father and his clique have turned this country into, he’s going to unleash a holy reckoning.
Cool job pushing for his release, Trump.