i put your name on the bullet
so everyone knows
you were the last thing
that went through my head.
oh my god i’m fucking sick of this generation’s mentality that your sadness is beautiful and somebody will fix you and all this fucking john green shit nobody will find you in a bookstore reading bukowski and want to lie with you and nobody will kiss your scars and you will not be like effie and freddie you’ve got to be your own fucking hero and surround yourself with positivity
God Heal Brayden
There is no doubt that Heda posted those idiotic photos online + that she has those links on her social media. What was she trying to say? Her actions have hurt Junes and will likely impact J as well. I am sure that he has or is being grilled over her right now. Sometimes I feel this community over identifies with J to the point of sheer blindness. Heda put herself out there, made some highly idiotic remarks + is now the focus of investigation. What goes around, comes around.
YES. I know that it’s not going to be a popular opinion but I agree with you and that’s exactly what I was driving at when I pointed out that none of Jahar’s other Muslim friends appear to be targeted by the FBI.
Now, I’m not saying that I actually believe Heda intends to commit an act of terrorism. I can’t say with absolute certainty that she does not, but statistically it’s improbable that she has serious intent. But she has conducted herself in a way that is certainly negatively impacting her family back in the States, and yes—it could potentially be very bad for Jahar, if the prosecution can somehow point to her as a direct example of someone having been influenced by him, even though he didn’t personally direct her to do anything.
This could be held up as a reason for the govt to continue to seek and impose the strictest interpretation of the SAMs for Jahar. The govt is allowed to impose SAMs in terrorism cases under even the flimsiest of pretenses so don’t think for a minute that they wouldn’t use this against him if they can. UGH. And yes, the prosecution has the upper hand and is free to spin this however they want, because nobody is putting a gag order on them. They can strategically leak and they do so.
Heda has not done herself, her family, or Jahar any favors, sadly. If she hadn’t posted what she did, I doubt the govt would have a problem with her staying to get married.
… I agree that she isn’t doing anyone any favors, but only because of the way these things work at this time. Because unless the government has something on Heda aside from what’s been revealed (which I’m not saying they don’t, it’s totally possible), I personally do not think the government is at all justified in taking any kind of action against her. Without naming names, I can think of like ten people I know personally right off the top of my head who’d be in BIG trouble with the law if shit they posted on social media were any concrete indication that they were going to commit an act of violence.
Also, if Dzhokhar didn’t directly influence her, it shouldn’t be on him. You’re right that it probably will be, but it shouldn’t be.
Also. I’m sorry, but I vehemently disagree with anon on the “idiotic remarks” thing. Making ANY kind of remarks, as long as they’re just remarks (not threats, etc.) should not be grounds for a fucking investigation. That is thought policing.
The difference is the people that they are associated with. Heda is associated to the Boston Bombers. Her family has been questioned, so therefore she should know better than to post such things. They’re all being monitored, and what she is doing is provoking the feds. Many people post pictures of rebels and political figures, or express their discontent with the government, but they have not been linked to the main suspect of crime nor questioned by the FBI, which can in the end, make the plaintiff’s (government’s) case just a little bit stronger.
Jahar may not have told her face to face to post such pictures, but if my friend was wrongly accused (as she believes) of a terrorism attack, and had I been questioned by the feds about my relation to the accused, I would no then go to my social network accounts and post pictures, as old as they may be, of anything related to violence or terrorism.
“if my friend was wrongly accused (as she believes) of a terrorism attack, and had I been questioned by the feds about my relation to the accused, I would no then go to my social network accounts and post pictures, as old as they may be, of anything related to violence or terrorism.”
This, 1000 times this. This is why I agree with my anon that Heda’s actions were indeed idiotic. Imagine this: at the same time you’re claiming your close family friend is innocent of terrorism and you are publicly stating your support for this friend, you post things that the government detaining your friend would consider pro-terrorist. In what universe does it make sense to identify with the very thing you proclaim in outrage your friend did NOT do?
This would be like if my best friend was arrested on charges of high-volume cocaine trafficking, then while I proclaim that my friend is innocent and has been framed, I post a lot of pro-cocaine things, then relocate to a remote part of the Andes where I continue to post pro-trafficking things. I don’t think it’s too far-fetched to imagine that the DEA would want to talk to me under those circumstances.
Well, there really is a first time for everything, because while I agree with you and thedeaddonottalk on like 99.9% of issues pertaining to this case, I have to strongly disagree with your stances on this.
If I was associated with someone who ended up committing an act of terrorism - especially someone I knew long before the terrorism - I would absolutely not stifle my own views and opinions just because the government thought they were too similar to those of that person. And you know what? If my close friend was accused of something like that and I didn’t agree with that or with the way the government handled it, hell, I might just post something like that just to spite them. I’m not saying that would be the mature thing to do, just saying that I think it would be a very understandable reaction for her to have in these circumstances.
Heda’s a Muslim, right? Who knows, she may even have radical religious views. Does that automatically make her dangerous? Has she threatened anyone? Does she have any legitimate plans to commit an act of terrorism or violence? Is there concrete evidence that she has extremist acquaintances or belongs to a cell? If not, then no, I absolutely do not think an investigation against her is justified. Unless the government has more on her than what’s been revealed, she is guilty of nothing except, basically, disagreeing with the U.S. government, moving to a country where she has legitimate roots, and maybe having non-conformist views. She is guilty of nothing but having had the misfortune of knowing and potentially sharing views with someone who unfortunately became an extremist. That that alone is seen as a legitimate or acceptable reason for a government to prosecute or formally investigate someone is honestly highly disturbing to me. I get that not everyone agrees with me on this matter and that’s fine - like everything else there are different ways to perceive it - but I just cannot condone or get behind that.
The government is literally moving forward with an actual investigation against a most likely completely innocent and harmless person that could seriously affect her life and reputation, as well as the lives of her family members, and it could easily make things worse for Dzhokhar. On the basis of pictures and opinions. No actual violence, no threats, no extremist behavior at all. Her simply openly expressing her thoughts and opinions on a situation that personally affected her, moving to another country to get married, and posting a couple of pictures that may or may not reflect a part of her own ideology resulted in her being literally investigated by federal law enforcement. Is that okay to you guys? Because it’s really not okay to me. It doesn’t matter if she “shouldn’t have posted” those pictures, either. Maybe she just didn’t want to let the U.S. government decide what she should and shouldn’t think.
Reblog if you will answer LITERALLY ANY anon questions.
come on with your questions anons
FUCKING ANY OF THEM. I DON’T CARE.
GO DO IT
I have this weird theory that some people are drawn to each other because their atoms were near each other when the universe was created and over time the same atoms keep coming back together
DID YOU JUST SCIENTIFICALLY EXPLAIN SOUL MATES?!
It’s too early to be thinking about this shit
My “best friend” is constantly putting me down because I have sex. I can’t deal with it anymore. She’s telling me I’m gonna go to hell & shit. She literally just told me I’m one step from being a whore.
The kids have it all figured out.
i’m actually really glad i saw this, wow
That last one is priceless
"It makes me happy when mommy cries." Dafuq
Boston bomber's widow pictured with his mother b4 atrocity
Just weeks before the Boston Marathon tragedy bomber’s widow visited her mother-in-law in Kyrgyzstan, shown in this exclusive MailOnline picture.
“‘The flag, which was identified by a federal expert who examined the video, is visible behind her.” It is often called the Black Standard and has the shahada - a creed that declares in the oneness of God written on it. The flag started appearing on Islamist websites since 2001.” This is what is being said about the flag and this is the translation of the shahada: "There is no other God than Allah and Prophet Muhammad is the Messenger of God" Now, every Muslim that I know has this message displayed in their homes-as pictures, posters flags with various background colours. It just so happens that there are terrorist organisations that also display this flag with the shahada which makes sense because they are Muslims and this is what they believe. Now, do take careful note of the West’s perception of this: "A black flag with the shahada inscribed in white was spotted on Jihadist websites from at least 2001. Even though the historical black banner did not have any inscription, this variant is commonly known as al-rāya "the banner" or rayat al-`uqab "banner of the eagle" after the hadith tradition, and has been dubbed the black flag of jihad by western observers. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Standard.
Take note of WHO has decided what it means and compare it with what it really means.
okay i was being a little stalker and searching ur personal profile (sorry) but i just really needed to tell you that your mum is AWESOME. and very beautiful. i love the picture with the pregnant belly and her artwork is absolutely exquisite it reminds me of mexican murals but with with her own edge. and for you to be the core inspiration of her work is beyond words. your mum rocks. just thought i should let you know if you haven't known that already.
Wow thank you!! This means a lot (: I wonder who this is though.. 😁