Justice for Boko Haram

As I was scrolling through the past year’s blog posts at the Justice Through Music Project website, it struck me that there was no mention of the abduction of several hundred schoolgirls by the Boko Haram terrorists. Surely, justice requires that the kidnapped girls be released rather than sold into slavery.

OTOH, The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin is fond of accusing several his perceived enemies as being anti-Islamic. Perhaps he is unwilling to denounce Islamic terrorists. Or perhaps …

24 thoughts on “Justice for Boko Haram

  1. Ouch!!! That’s gonna leave a mark!!
    Shock and awe has commenced!
    That’s some speecy meatball!!!
    This is all one post!

    • Sounds about right… He’s waiting to see where to bid. Oh wait, isn’t he also a big racist?

      Serious question – I sort of remember reading that Brett Kimberlin of Justice Through Music Project (JTMP) and Velvet Revolution is a racist in addition to being an accused and virtually admitted pedophile (based on his lyrics and interview about same, and his marrying a 16 year old girl he brought from the Ukraine while he was in his 40’s); bomber/domestic terrorist; the only suspect in a murder-for-hire of a grandmother whose murder is believed to be revenge for trying to protect her very young granddaughter from Brett Coleman Kimberlin’s very inappropriate attentions; a forger; a perjurer; a vexatious litigant; drug smuggler; illegal gun possession; and all around odious, infamous, and dangerous tiny little dweeb of a dirty old man.

      • C’mon Jane, tell us how you really feel about this “Invisa unam rejiciebant, si fecal res, quod nanum est non cogitat, hoc ejus durus, et nebulo arounf turpitudo turpis est reus est haec quidem hominis.”

  2. BK thinks some of his enemies are “anti-Islamic?” BK, you say this as if it were a bad thing. I am thoroughly, enthusiastically and energetically anti-Islamic — and proud of it.

  3. He keeps trying to treat the whole “lets draw Mohammed” situation as a reason for Jihadis to attack members of the “worldwide RICO conspiracy. ” He won’t denounce Boko Haram, for the same reason that his only violent acts are bombings. What’s the word for “wimpier than coward?” (Wussy?)

    • It’s not accurate to say that his only violent acts are bombings. He also got his drug smuggling colleague, William Bowman, to shoot Julia Scyphers dead in retribution for not being able to see Scypher’s then 14 year old granddaughter (whom Brett had been in a relationship with since she was 10). But, this only proves the point you were making. He is also on record in his authorized biography saying he smacked the young girl.

  4. Heh. He’s busy phoning in his bids to the slave-market in Oman. Ready to wire transfer funds from that RBS account offshore …

    • Somebody should tell the terrorists that BK doesn’t believe in their god either. I know money is money to the slaving pigs but…

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  7. You start by criticizing one terrorist group that kidnaps young girls, then you move on to terrorist groups that kill people, then terrorist groups that blow people up.

    Pretty soon you’re going to have to engage in some deep soul searching about your own past.

    TDPK surely wants to avoid uncomfortable questions like that.

    • You’re likely correct. However, from what I’ve read about Brett Kimberlin of Justice Through Music Project (JTMP) and Velvet Revolution kind of agrees with their views about women and girls.

      Consider the MD court pleadings containing the sworn accusations of Brett Coleman Kimberlin’s wife, whom he imported from the Ukraine when she was a young teen, then married when she finally turned 16, while he was in his 40’s.

      Consider the authorized biography about Brett Kimberlin of Justice Through Music Project (JTMP) written by Mark Singer and his descriptions of Brett Kimberlin’s at least inappropriate attentions to girls as young as 10. Consider that as a grown man, Brett Coleman Kimberlin referred to a 10 year old girl as his girlfriend and was said to have been “grooming” her to be his wife. And consider that Brett Kimberlin of Justice Through Music Project (JTMP) remains the only suspect in the murder of that little girl’s grandmother, Julia Scyphers, with Brett Coleman Kimberlin’s motive for having her murdered being the grandmother’s interference in his “relationship” with a little girl.

      Also consider the reported violence and intimidation against women and girls by Brett Kimberlin of Justice Through Music Project (JTMP) and Velvet Revolution. Not just the sworn allegations of Kimberlin’s wife in court pleadings, and allegations made in conversations reported by others; also consider the reporting by Mark Singer in the authorized biography he wrote about Brett C. Kimberlin after extensive interviews with Brett C. Kimberlin, and with Brett C. Kimberlin’s full cooperation. This includes Brett C. Kimberlin taking away the little girl’s puppy as coercion; threats; etc. Brett Coleman Kimberlin of Justice Through Music Project (JTMP) denied “hitting” the little girl, claiming he only slapped her.

      Also consider Brett Kimberlin’s lyrics written for his band Op Critical (or is it Op-Critical?) and his other failed musical endeavors demonstrating his reprehensible views about young girls, along with his own words “defending” those lyrics claiming all men viewed young girls the same way. Ugh. Disgusting.

      Yeah, from what I’ve read about Brett Kimberlin of Justice Through Music Project (JTMP), Velvet Revolution, and Op Critical or Op-Critical, Brett C. Kimberlin does not view women and girls as people with rights and dignity, but as “things” to be controlled and manipulated by him.

      YMMV, but it seems clear to me that Brett Kimberlin of Justice Through Music Project (JTMP), Velvet Revolution, and Op-Critical or Op Critical, agrees with Boko Haram’s views about girls as property to be bought and sold; used and abused; and much “less than” a man. The biggest difference I see is that as an admitted atheist, Brett Coleman Kimberlin doesn’t make a religious distinction for some girls.

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