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About "helping the police" -- or Criminal Con Artists and Pathological Liars at work...

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Submitted by J.S. (Canada), Jul 14, 2006 at 14:04

Back in June the police arrested 17 suspected "terrorists" in Toronto, Canada.

Now an informant, first name Mubin, has come forward with his story. He brags about being a spy for CSIS (that's Canada's "intelligence" network, similar to the CIA).

The CBC is featuring an item entitled, "On the Inside." It's unintentionally hilarious. Here's a "head's up" for CBC "reporters" and others who are the "marks" in this con game -- in order to "get" a joke, you've got to be an "insider." And, the CBC is definitely not an "insider." They don't get "the joke." (hmmm... I would have to say, that you'd have to be PARTICULARLY stooopid to be conned and not even *realize* you've been had.)

Anyway, Monsieur Mubin, extremist at heart, was well-known in the Muslim community as a wanna-be jihadi and extremist. He'd run around, for example, in support of the introduction of Sharia law in Ontario --he'd start yelling at women's meetings (the women were meeting because they opposed the intro of Sharia law) (he attempted to stop the meeting, etc.)

Now he claims to have had an "epiphany" -- he suddenly realized that extremist Islam was bad for Islam -- and that extremism is a "violation of fundamental Islamic values" (as I laugh out loud.) Cynics observe that his "ephiphany" strangely coincided with CSIS providing him with a $314,000 bribe (oh, wait, I mean, "incentive" ) to entice, entrap, hood-wink, then turn-in fellow "extremists" whom he had recruited. I believe this is a profitable con-game played by jihadi Islamists. Thus, Monsieur Mubin, caught in his net gullible recent converts (one adult, two adolescents) from Hinduism to Islam, along with a dozen or so others.

Meanwhile, Mubin is laughing all the way to the bank (at tax-payers expense.) Thus is CSIS fleeced, the Islamic extremists win (hey, they can now call former Hindus "terrorists"), and the *real* jihadis continue on with their plots, unabated.

What should have alerted people (including the CBC "reporters") that something doesn't smell right is the fact that Mr. Mubin waived off any witness protection. yes, Mubin is "not interested" in formal witness protection. Now, why would that be?? It should be obvious because he HAS NO ONE to fear! Who would go after him?? He's still with the JIHADISTS, he's still an extremist -- the only change is that he happens to be 314,000 dollars richer!!

Yet STILL, the CBC "marks" refuse to "get it." Thus, one anxiously asks, "Isn't Mubin in grave danger? Shouldn't he be fearing for his life??" How STU:PID can you get??

Ridiculous. Western civilization is indeed doomed if people are this stupid. Now I wonder how Mubin will be spending all his new found cash -- I rather doubt it'll be in any "peace" movement (unless of course he next claims to have converted to Hinduism.)

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