Michael Madshack, DP Assistant Editor,
Thursday, November 13, 2014,
(NEWARK, NJ) —The State Department is calling it an "olive branch". Kurdish, Syrian and Iraqi freedom fighters, as many other White House critics in and outside the U.S. are calling it "insane", "naive", "stupid", and even traitorous.
These are the terms currently being used to describe the Obama administration's decision to grant political asylum to three senior ISIS (Islamic State of Syria and Iraq) commanders, all diagnosed with the deadly Ebola virus, as well as tuberculosis, SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) and AIDS, in what the U.S. hopes will "promote and exchange mutual understandings between both peoples and cultures" in its quest to not only turn the radical Sunni Muslim group's military advances but open their minds more to Western culture, America's in particular, thereby reducing their anti-U.S./Western rage.
This new conciliatory nod by the Obama administration comes after an overwhelming GOP victory in the mid-term elections last week, causing a strident President Obama to doubling down on his promise to grant amnesty to anywhere from 4 million to 10 million illegal immigrants currently the U.S. (who we all know are never commit crime and always, 100% of the time, do all they can to assimilate to American society and contribute to it the best they can and not be a total detriment to the country and help drag it down to a second-rate nation). And apparently granting mainly Latino illegals is not enough for the White House.
Hamad al-Shahim, 32, Mohammed al-Shehe, 41, and Akheem Muhammad Malik, 29, along with all their germs and deadly viruses were given temporary housing at an undisclosed location in New Jersey, shortly after arriving at Newark's International Airport early Thursday morning. The trio had flown alone, under rather light guard, in a very large, hermetically sealed U.S. Army C-17 transport aircraft, being granted in their air-tight plastic coverings heated, reclining leather chairs, a goat, lamb and seafood buffet, tea bar, wi-fi, and multiple 60-inch plasma screen HD TVs, each for the three terrorist leaders the government has classified as "rarely granted asylum recipients", and have even granted their asylum in the U.S. "Operation Olive Branch."
Mohammeh al-Shehe is as also a self-admitted child molester (all the more why he be given asylum from an ISIS arm that has lost ground it Iraqi and Kurdish forces in recent weeks). Kurdish forces in particular are renowned for not taking kindly to ISIS terrorists with AIDS, TB, and SARS who molest children (go figure), according to administration officials, and have been after these three ISIS and al-Qaeda affiliate leaders for nearly two years, claiming they are responsible for numerous bombings in Damascus, Homs, Aleppo, Mosul, and carrying out mass executions of civilians. But State Department officials say there is no evidence the diseased, terrorizing trio have committed such acts Kurdish and Iraqi officials claim they have. But no matter what, "Operation Olive Branch" is causing outrage by Obama's critics, including his new critics soon to be sitting in Congress.
Said a livid Senator-Elect Cory Garner (R-CO) Thursday to Duh Progressive via Skype, "Last summer Obama and the Democrats allowed America to be flooded by hundreds of thousands of illegals from south of the border, many of them illiterate, without skills, who brought illnesses with them, and then we had attention focused on ISIS in Syria and Iraq. Then that was out-shadowed by the Ebola epidemic and the scare in the U.S. ...Now, really, this —the (Obama administration) is going to combine all these elements into one by allowing ISIS leaders to roam freely under 'asylum' who have a Ebola, SARS, AIDS, and tuberculosis?! Please, someone hit me in the dick with a rolling pin, because I must be in a dream...no, nightmare!"
But State Department officials are chalking up this rare acceptance of leaders from what has grown to be the world's bloodiest, most feared terrorist group as "a symbol of good will and faith" towards "both sides of the reoccurring Muslim East—non-Muslim West conflict", despite their terrorist status and the three leaders' incredibly deadly and contagious physical "attributes". Obviously the U.S. government will by paying for the treatment of the terrorists leaders' health while they are allowed to roam freely in the country, having their anti-U.S. attitudes surely assuaged as they soak in all the riches American culture and society will undoubtedly bestow them, engendering a new, positive attitude the trio can relay to their comrades all across the Middle East, according to the State Department.
"We don't believe that this, letting these three top ISIS operatives into the country, are cause for fear-mongering or even worry for the American people," said a confident State Department Spokeswoman Jen Psaki to reporters Thursday. "On the contrary, with their ability to freely travel and a daily stipend of $2,500 (by the State Department), we are showing not just ISIS but radical Islamists everywhere the benign nature of the American government and people, and how welcoming we can be to people of all faiths, and those 'most adamant' about their faiths...'adamant' to the point it impacts others and makes others uncomfortable."
Added Psaki, "And the fact that these three individuals are infected with the world's deadliest diseases proves all the more how kind and open the United States is to all people, regardless of health status, too. We just have to be more accepting and nice to (Islamic terrorists), then they'll stop hating us, eventually. It's just that simple."
Psaki did not say where the three top ISIS operatives will be let loose, along with their SARS, Ebola, tuberculosis and AIDS, into American society, but said they will be monitored by federal agents at a distance no further than ten miles at all times.
"I'm beginning to think the President regrets ordering the killing of Osama bin Laden, because I'm pretty sure if (bin Laden) were alive today he'd be invited over the White House for a chai summit!" said Congressman and member of the House Committee on Homeland Security Peter King (R-NY) to reporters in Congress Thursday.
King said that the administration's actions concerning the three sickly ISIS commanders was "beyond enraging", and that no one on his committee, Republican or Democrat, was not furious about Obama's executive order granting political asylum to three ISIS leaders with up to four fatal diseases each.
"Why doesn't (Obama) just nuke New York and Los Angeles if he wants to bring down this country to much," yelled King, "because that's exactly what he's doing by this 'Olive Branch Operation'. God only knows how much peril he's put us all in with these three maniacs and their diseases running around!"
Continued Rep. King, Thursday, "Obama likes to make peace with our enemies and ignore our friends (a la Israel) so much? He likes to extend 'olive branches' so much..? Well then, okay... The new Senate will love to hear Obama tell them why he loves extending olive branches so much during his impeachment trial!"