Omar Siddiqui Mateen - Orlando Jihadist
Omar Siddiqui Mateen (the Orlando terrorist shooter) worked for a security agency that provided armed security in federal facilities.
To get that job he had to get an FBI background check and was “vetted” by his employer - G4S. (http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2016/06/omar-mateen-worked-for-company-that-provides-security-to-federal-buildings.php)
Mateen’s bizarre behavior at that firm (openly ranting against blacks, gays, women and Jews) apparently DIDN’T raise any eyebrows...because of political correctness, because he was Muslim. (http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2016/06/13/orlando-jihadi-coworker-everything-said-toxic/)
It has now come out that a former co-worker, Daniel Gilroy, a former Fort Pierce police officer, worked alongside Matteen at the security firm G4S, told USA Today that he had to leave his job because he was deeply concerned with Mateen’s routine hatred and threats of violence. “I quit because everything he said was toxic and the company wouldn’t do anything,” he said. “This guy was unhinged and unstable. He talked of killing people.”
Gilroy described Matteen as “homophobic” and racist and an overt liability for the company, he also claimed that he’d complained multiple times to his superiors and was ignored, in his view, because Mateen “was Muslim.”
Dan Gilroy claimed that he eventually quit when Mateen became fixated with him, sending up to 30 text messages and 15 voicemails a day.
According to numerous news reports, Dan Gilroy related that, “I complained multiple times that he was dangerous, that he didn’t like blacks, women, lesbians and Jews,” In an L.A. Times interview, Gilroy said, “He (Mateen) was always angry, sweating, just angry at the world.” Gilroy added an anecdote that Mateen had once openly wished “he could kill all black people” upon seeing a black man drive past him.
One FBI investigation concluded that Omar Mateen wasn’t a threat, just a guy who “liked to mouth off.”
Initial media reports stated that his Afghan parents were moderate Muslims, but his father is a Taliban sympathizer, who hosted a rabidly anti-American Talk Show and in a Facebook post AFTER the shootings (on Monday, June 13th) said, “God will punish those involved in homosexuality," saying it's, "not an issue that humans should deal with."
One ACLU attorney, named, appropriately enough, Chase STRANGIO blamed the Mateen’s Islamic anti-homosexual hate on...America’s Christian culture, tweeting, “You know what is gross - your thoughts and prayers and Islamophobia after you created this anti-queer climate.”
As shown here earlier, NONE of that is true. Islam considers homosexuality to be NOT just a “sin,” but a crime. According to the noted Islamic scholar Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid, “The crime of homosexuality is one of the greatest crimes, the worst of sins and the most abhorrent of deeds, and Allah punished those who did it in a way that he did not punish other nations.” According to Al-Munajjid homosexuals should be executed although the method has been disputed including burning, having a wall dropped on them, being detained until death in the "foulest place", being stoned, or being thrown from the highest building. Those who are forced into the act or were minors when the acts occurred are exempt from punishment. (https://islamqa.info/en/10050)
AND no less a source than the Saudi Ministry of Education; "Homosexuality is one of the most disgusting sins and greatest crimes...It is a vile perversion that goes against sound nature, and is one of the most corrupting and hideous sins...The punishment for homosexuality is death. Both the active and passive participants are to be killed whether or not they have previously had sexual intercourse in the context of a legal marriage...Some of the companions of the Prophet stated that [the perpetrator] is to be burned with fire. It has also been said that he should be stoned, or thrown from a high place." (https://wikiislam.net/wiki/Islam_and_Homosexuality)
Further, just consider for a moment how unlikely it would be to have a KKK member a Black Israelite or a neo-Nazi get such a pass. There is no such politically correct strictures against such domestic hate groups, ALTHOUGH there is less, LESS protections for groups like the KKK and various neo-Nazis.
The fact that ALL such ideologies, political Islam, The New Black Panther Party AND political Islam are NOT given differing levels of “protections” under our existing “political correctness” standards proves that ALL such standards are hypocritical and invalid.
This is NOT a gay/straight issue at all, nor is it an issue about “America’s tolerance/intolerance,” or “American violence.” That’s made very clear by an LGBT group that supports the basic right to self defense (http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2016/06/13/lbgtq-gun-rights-group-on-orlando-guns-didnt-do-this-n2177182) that said very clearly. Gwendolyn Patton of the group, Pink Pistols said in a statement. “This is exactly the kind of heinous act that justifies our existence. At such a time of tragedy, let us not reach for the low-hanging fruit of blaming the killer’s guns. Let us stay focused on the fact that someone hated gay people so much they were ready to kill or injure so many. A human being did this. The human being’s tools are unimportant when compared to the bleakness of that person’s soul. I say again, GUNS did not do this. A human being did this, a dead human being. Our job now is not to demonize the man’s tools, but to condemn his acts and work to prevent such acts in the future.”
As in the wake of 9/11, there are those fringe Leftists (they like to call themselves “progressives”) who can’t wait to blame America for the world’s ills. NONE of those people deserve to live here in the USA.