Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Man sets off smoke bomb in the middle of Adolf Hitler birthday party

It isn't often I read a news article and come away feeling good about it, but every once in a while I'm proven wrong. I couldn't help but grin from ear to ear after reading this...

Adolf Hitler birthday party shut down by mystery man's smoke attack in Illinois

At Saturday's bash in Lyons, Illinois, about 60 people gathered to celebrate the 122nd anniversary of the murderous German leader's birth - flying swastika banners even organizing a cake decorated with the words, "Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler", The Chicago Tribune said.

They also set out to celebrate the start of the American Civil War, according to party host Art Jones, of the America First Committee. A second cake marking the war's outbreak on April 12, 1861, had the logo: "The South Was Right. White Men Fight," Mr Jones said.

But the early-evening party at PJ Klem's Restaurant And Banquet Hall came to a swift end when a mystery man walked in, ordered a grilled cheese sandwich then set off a smoke bomb in a restroom, forcing an evacuation and the closure of the hall.

The man, who was carrying a backpack, was being sought by police - but officers admitted the description of him was "very vague".

Nobody was injured and there was no serious damage to the restaurant. A spokesman for the premises said staff were unaware of the party's purpose when the booking was made - although the group has rented the hall in previous years.

Somewhere this guy is sitting in his lazyboy, munching on Doritos and drinking a Budweiser, watching his brilliance unfold on his local news station with a sly grin. Bravo to him. He deserves a medal.


Gorges Smythe said...

It's a bit scary that there are immoral idiots willing to follow such monsters, even though they're in the grave. I don't exactly approve of what the "bomber" did, yet there's a part of most of us who'd like to do the same.

Anonymous said...

Three cheers for that guy!

Kid said...

Love those last two lines. haha

This is how to get stuff done.

Anonymous said...

I can see the intention of this post but doesn't it venture into the "intolerance" of the Left by advocating "action" against unpopular outlooks and politics?

I don't think much of Nazis at all, but I think even less of the Left's hypocritical claim of "tolerance" while simultaneously celebrating dangerous and/or illegal acts against politically incorrect thought.

Would it have been funny if these Nazi idjits had been gunned down to a man?

Just b/c it's popular to hate a group or outlook doesn't make it right.