I shouldn't be at all surprised, but it looks like members of the press--the same folks who won't call a terrorist a terrorist, but instead refer to the likes of al-Qaeda and Hamas as "militants", are going to be working very hard at turning Zachary Chesser from the terrorist asshole and wanna-be murderer that he is into a victim. Consider the headline on the article linked below:
'South Park' critic due in court on terror charges
Yep, according to the Associated Press and the Washington Post, Chesser is no different than Roger Ebert or me... just another critic expressing his view on arts and entertainment. In fact, when they consider him, this is probably what comes into their minds:
If not, they're going to work very hard to make you think of him that way.
But don't let them snow you. Who knows for what diseased reason they're referring to a terrorist and would-be murderer as a "critic," but when you hear or read the name Zachary Chesser, remember that this is the image that should come to mind:
Or, if that seems a bit much to you, this:
But he is no "critic." Critics don't threaten murder over a work of art they don't like. Chesser is not the harmless, hapless little kitten that the media is going to try to portray him as. He is a would-be murderer, and the only reason he got caught before he killed is that he is also a fucking moron.
Zachary "Abu Talhah" Chesser threatened murder over a cartoon show. He was arrested while trying to board a plane so he could sign up with a gang of killers that he admired and shared religious faith with--Islam. He tried to use his infant son as cover for his attempt. Don't forget that, even if the Associated Press is going to working to make you forget.
Remember, this is what Abu Talhah believes in:
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