Fun Tattoos to Show Police

gun tattoo on stomach
Photo Credit: Clumsy Crooks

Here's a fun idea: if you are ever questioned by police about carrying any weapons, lift your shirt with this tattoo and quickly lunge for your navel. Then when they finish pummeling you with nightsticks, you can all have a good laugh at their misunderstanding. I find that cops always have a good sense of humor about these things.

By the way, it's probably not a good idea to lie to cops about your name if it is tattooed on your neck (1).

You may be wondering why I am writing about tattoos. First let me give you some background: I was reading that most of the converts to Islam in America were coming from our prisons. In fact, it is alleged that "One in 10 inmates behind bars turns to Islam" (2). Which seems right, since Islam is a criminal ideology it is only natural that criminals would gravitate to it.

So what? You may ask. Well, I wouldn't care but there is this problem: prison converts to Islam seem to end up on the nightly news all the time. Take for example, Richard Reid, the "shoe bomber" and Jose Padilla, the "dirty bomber", are two of the most famous. Recently, three dozen criminals who converted to Islam in American prisons have moved to Yemen where they could pose a "significant threat" to attack the U.S., according to a report on al Qaeda from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (3).

Funny, how criminals that used to be content simply mugging people for money, then after converting to Islam turn their focus to destroying our country. Why is that?

It became clear to me that the same idiots who allow outrageous tattoos on their bodies are the same kind of idiots who convert to Islam. Let me me give you more examples of criminal idiots and future Islamic converts:

gang tattoo
Photo Credit: Life in the Fast Lane

Now this is certain to generate a few guffaws at airports:

bomb tattoo on stomach
Photo Credit: Clumsy Crooks

Ah... idiots, criminals, Muslims, you gotta love 'em.



American Renaissance, Any Identifying Tattoos? Well, in Fact, Yes …

Note to criminals: Do not lie to police about your name when your surname is tattooed on your neck.

Darnell L. Frazier, 25, did just that … uh, well, he tried to do just that early Thursday on St. Paul’s East Side.

According to the police report, an officer stopped two men walking in the street at Forest Street and Minnehaha Avenue. One was “evasive” about his identification, telling the officer he had never had a photo ID. He said his name was Darnell Lewis, spokesman Peter Panos said.

The officer, however, noticed that the man had “Frazier” tattooed on his neck.

Frazier was arrested on four misdemeanor warrants, including driving after license revocation, driving after suspension and no proof of insurance.


Herald Net , One in 10 inmates behind bars turns to Islam

Waller, who doesn't expect to see freedom until 2033, attends a Muslim prison service every week with dozens of other men who have converted to the faith since being locked away. These "prison Muslims" are among the fastest-growing religious groups in U.S. correctional facilities.

A movement that began in the 1970s under Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan to evangelize inmates has evolved into one of the most effective religious rehabilitation agendas in the U.S. Imams under the Nation of Islam continue to draw converts, but most Muslims in prison today are Sunnis, said Lawrence Mamiya, a professor at Vassar College who has studied Muslim prison ministries.

Mamiya estimates that about 10 percent of all prison inmates have converted to Islam. Using his estimate, about 1,800 of the state's 18,000 inmates would be Muslim.


Jihad Watch, American ex-cons, converts to Islam, now a jihad threat in Yemen

Underscoring the crying need to recognize that when these young men are recruited into Islam, they are being recruited into an ideology of violence and hatred. "Report: American Ex-convicts In Yemen Pose 'Significant Threat': U.S. Worried About Three Dozen Criminals Who Converted to Islam in Prison, Most from New York," by Richard Esposito, Rehab El-Buri, Brian Ross and Rhonda Schwartz for ABC News, January 19:

"The group seeks to recruit American citizens to carry out terrorist attacks in the United States," said Sen. John Kerry, D.-Mass., the committee chairman.

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