Skip to comments.2007 Texas Report : Don't Dismiss Jihad-Style Attackers as Having Mental-Health Issues
Posted on 11/19/2009 1:19:34 PM PST by RobinMasters
Wow. An eerily prescient report, dated from Dec. 6, 2007, from the Texas Public Safety Department's Bureau of Information Analysis:
"Oftentimes, these attackers are dismissed as suffering from mental health issues, but their own words and writings reveal an affiliation with Islamic supremacy or an affinity for Islamic extremism," said the report, which was distributed to federal, state and local law enforcement in Texas. "As a result, law enforcement should not be too quick to judge their attacks as having no nexus to terrorism."
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I have heard other people say that Islam IS a mental health issue.
The mental health issues red herring ain't gonna fly, doofuses.
It is an insult to millions of US residents who have mental health issues and never stab, or shoot others, or blow them up!
Achieving the ability to do that renders the believer insane.
Any actions after that point can be quite logically chalked up to the hopelessly derranged mind which forced itself to believe things like "Wearing the veil is liberating for women" while at the same time believing that raping a 9 year old is a perfectly acceptable action for a "prophet" to engage in.
Mohammadans are broken upstairs. There are no two ways about it. Like rabies, once you're infected, your fate is either one of fast and painful decent into madness and death for others, or a quick merciful death at the hands of one who understands your plight.