ISIS attacks Muhammad Themed Art Show in Texas – Then They Died.

A recent news event from yesterday centers around a few jihadists’ hapless attack in a suburb of Dallas, Texas. So far, there are reports that at least one of the attackers were on the FBI terror watch list and that he wanted to join jihadist forces, Al-Shabaab in Somalia. The second man is reported as his roommate.

The attack took place on a political protest on Islamic fundamentalism and art show awarding prizes for the best depiction of Muhammad. The show was put together by Pamela Geller. Geller and other organizers are stating the intended purpose of the event is to bring attention to the Islam’s growth in the United States and Europe as well as and the violent nature within large segments of its population. The organizers also have considered the event one demonstrating their rights afforded to them to do so by First Amendment protections and Free Speech privileges. Geller and others also reported that the contest was a response to the Charlie Hebdo attack in which numerous employees of the often offensive magazine were murdered for similar works.

While I would like to agree that this sort of display is religionist by nature, it would take a strong will to not call it embarrassingly prophetic for the religion of peace. Quite honestly, there was nothing stopping the Islamists from mounting a counter-protest at the door with signs instead of guns. It would have done a lot more good. That hasn’t stopped sites like Vox from blaming Geller and the other participants of the protest for provoking their attempted murder. I’m pretty sure that women’s rights activists call that “blaming the victim”… something about short skirts. So, while I will agree that the show was without some degree of taste, it proved a lot more points than the jihadists did. Then again, so was Charlie Hebdo, but that magazine has been heralded for its dedication to free speech and spreading the truth, at least by their standards. Throw an American face on it though and you have a racist. Ironic. Food for thought, the picture above, that’s the first place winner.

Oh well, oddly enough for once, American racism isn’t the main story here. The main story is the attack itself. There are reports that precipitating the attack, one of the shooters announced his intentions on Twitter, which was retweeted by various ISIS accounts, in effect, taking responsibility for it and showing some degree of foreknowledge. During that assault, one police officer was shot in the ankle. He has since been released from the hospital with no further injuries. The two shooters though, both armed with rifles and explosives, were shot and killed by police not long after the attack began. In a powerful show of force, the Garland, TX art show proved to be one of the first times when a premeditated terror attack on a civilian center was prevented with no loss of life (for the good guys anyway) and the terrorists involved (everywhere) thoroughly humiliated in their worthless martyrdom.

Well, Texas police had a response of their own. It sounded something like “Come at me, Bro.”

Whatever your stance on the protest, or whatever your stance on the attack, yesterday was a massive victory against jihadist forces worldwide. They offered a humiliating first strike by ISIS in America, while giving American defense and intelligence agencies much to research in preparation for future attacks. Even more so than this, it showcased the true incompetence of ISIS outside the Middle East while showing the world a humiliating display of terrorist nincompoopery, the jackasses. It also did a great job proving all of us who predicted this sort of thing right, only I could not have hoped for a first blood nearly this good.  Basically, we all need to say to ourselves that it is a good day, for whatever the reason, when 10,000 jihadists simultaneously face palm for the terror attack they were too stupid not to claim as their own.

That said, results stand as followed: Garland Police – 2, Terrorist – 0.

For that, all of Texas earns an eagle.

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