According to the seized documents, cell leader “Mustaqeem” commented in his “infidel diary” about the convenience of a closer Costco. In the 754 page diary, the cell leader was critical of American’s gullibility and how much he enjoyed shopping at the large “Big Box” retailer.
[translated via Google Translate] We are pleased that we do not have to drive down to Roseville anymore. The new Costco in Auburn will save us valuable time in our quest to destroy the [untranslatable]. We will be able to purchase provisions, [untranslatable], ranch dressing, toilet paper and all the video equipment we need for our Jihad.
This revelation, that the former terrorist sleeper cell was looking forward to a closer Costco, drew some sharp criticism from locals.
“Well this is an outrage,” said local activist Jem Seminary in downtown Grass Valley in front of Tess’ Kitchen Store. “If we can’t even keep terrorists in the ‘shop local’ meme, how are we going to keep red-blooded Americans here.”
The documents also revealed a general disgust for Americans, and how easy it is to manipulate them into fighting a war they don’t understand. In one diary entry, “Mustaqeem” was confused by American’s outrage.
[translated] It seems that Americans are more outraged about the filming of our executions. This is a key strategy for us. One video will start the war we so desperately want.