Thursday, August 12, 2010

Terror Babies? This Sounds like a Bad Hollywood Movie...

Warning: the following may be offensive to people of the Islamic faith, or people of Middle Eastern descent, or, really, anyone with a brain and common sense. I don't mean to be disrespectful, I'm just trying to prove a point. This is an example (rather accurate, unfortunately) of what I've heard from some very insane people, stemming from what they've dubbed the "Ground Zero Mosque." (Which, for the rest of you, is NOT a mosque but a community center, and is NOT at Ground Zero but 2 blocks away, in the old Burlington Coat Factory building near a church and an adult book store. There is no reason whatsoever for all this fuss; it's just discrimination against followers of Islam.)

Plot - Pregnant mothers sneak into America under the cover of nightfall, pretending to be lost "tourists" trying to find their hotel. Come morning, they have popped out 1 or 2 kids, & have assimilated into the communities by building Mosques all over the country, which they tell everyone are like "churches"-- however they are actually secret training camps for terrorists!!! When the children are born, they appear to be like all other little American children (except for their dark skin tone, of course.) However, when they are a bit older, they return to their "home country" to be raised and trained in the way of the jihadist terrorist. They will return when they are older... but for what purpose? Their mothers wear burkas to hide their faces and claim their religion makes them do it. But underneath all of that cloth is a Secret-Ops ninja costume for Operation Allah-- the day when Muslim Terror Babies take over America!!! [Mwhahahahaha!!!!]

Alright, I had decided against writing a review for Salt (because that movie was just... ridiculous), but again, reality has somehow become even more ridiculous. So in all seriousness- GOP "terrorist baby" conspirators-- take a chill pill and stop watching Angelina Jolie movies in your sleep. For those of you who haven't seen the movie but have heard of this ridiculous argument that proponents of the "Repeal the 14th Amendment!" camp constantly spout, well, now you know the whole plot of Salt (more or less). And if you've seen the movie, here's a quick summary- instead of Russians, these kids are the Middle Eastern equivalent of what conservatives call "anchor babies" (rude term for children of undocumented immigrants, usually only applied to Mexican-American children since apparently no Republican ever considers that people from other countries -- say Germany or Canada-- would immigrate here. Since they're born here in the USA, they are automatically citizens, under the 14th Amendment).

I shouldn't need to go on about how this is offensive on so many levels. I'm not even going to mention how wrong it is to assume that all mothers who come here for a visit, or to immigrate here to give their children a chance at a better life must have some ulterior motive bent on destroying America from the inside out. (Though I do have to wonder about the ancestors of Pat Robertson, Beck, Palin, Bachmann, &

Maybe one crazy woman somewhere in the world got it into her head that this would be a good idea. Maybe. But I'm pretty sure that crazy woman is Texas state legislator Rep. Debbie Riddle. She seems to believe this insane plot is real-- methinks she's been talking with Fox. Though should I be surprised she's from Texas?

Ms. Riddle - Salt was just a movie. It's going to be ok.

UPDATE: Ex-FBI Official Debunks "Terror Babies" Conspiracy Theory --"There was never a credible report -- or any report, for that matter -- coming across through all the various mechanisms of communication to indicate that there was such a plan for these terror babies to be born..." (just more proof that proponents of this theory are all crazies-- or that the FBI's been compromised. RUN & HIDE!! ~~ D.A.K.)

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