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John Walker Lindh Release

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May 24, 2019
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"Yes, and they are doing a spectacular job...The Islamic State is clearly very sincere and serious about fulfilling the long-neglected religious obligation of establishing a caliphate through armed struggle, which is the only correct method." - John Walker Lindh (The American Taliban) February 2015Some reports have Lindh renouncing terrorism in after he was captured...but the most recent correspondences have him advocating for armed conflict as we can all see from the above quote. He was released yesterday after serving 17 of his 20 years for "good behavior". Didn't realize supporting ISIS was in keeping with "good behavior".It would be irresponsible of us to promote any sort of vigilante justice against this sack of whale shit. Totally irresponsible. That's not our style...but if the NSA is reading this and we know they are (What's up 'Dave'?) If this guys name just suddenly appeared on a drone hit list...we wouldn't be that bummed out.If he perhaps tripped and fell and broke every bone in his body due to his clumsiness, we wouldn't be super upset.If perhaps he believed that he was Superman and attempted to stop a bullet with his face, we wouldn't be that bereaved.If perhaps he thought he was Deadpool and could heal from falling off a tall building, we wouldn't be like "Oh no, wish that didn't happen."If perhaps several MWDs got lose and played "find the artery", we wouldn't be like "No, no, bad dogs."Basically...since the dude is still a huge piece of shit circa 2015 (and we doubt he's changed), we're not going to be that upset when someone inevitably smile kills him and goes about their merry day knowing they did the world a service by ridding the world of a total and complete waste of oxygen.We won't encourage it, but if it happens. Meh.

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