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ATS terrorism? Are YOU taliban?

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posted on Nov, 17 2007 @ 10:49 PM
Hold on to your knickers for this one...

Do you remember when Bush Jr. said, “either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists”? Well, he meant it. Homeland Security’s sub-committee on terrorism risk assessment convened a hearing on 11-06-2007 to discuss “using the Web as a weapon – the Internet as a tool for violent radicalization and homegrown terrorism.” In a video of this meeting, which was last aired by C-Span on 11-12-2007, members of the sub-committee clearly pointed to Internet sites that question the legitimacy of the official 9/11 story as tools for recruiting terrorists.

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.

Well, have fun on ATS while you can. Apparently "terrorist" and "free thinker" have become synonyms.

I would just like to say that ATS is a great site. I remember the first article I ever read here. It was bout 9 years ago. Lol, it was just text and images back then, before they even thought of having a fancy forum like this. The article was on a guy named Victor S. Grebennikov. If you get a chance google him, pretty interesting stuff. But anyway, if ATS gets shut down for "terrorist recruitment", I want everyone I've threaded with to know it's been real, and I'll miss this for sure.

posted on Nov, 18 2007 @ 10:07 AM
I have no doubt it's coming. Sooner or later, every bit of this will be gone. The three amigos may be offered the opportunity to keep the site, but just filter the more damaging stuff out.

For example, you know sometimes how CNN or someone like that will have an alternative view every, say, two months or something? Or that they let Glenn Beck (puppet) and Lou Dobbs on their network?

I think ATS would be changed to something of that effect. "They" would monitor it and decide what content would be allowed. They may allow the very light and harder to prove meaningless theories to be posted, but there's no way in hell stuff like 9/11 is going to be allowed.

So, yeah..ATS as we know it, along with many other sites out there, will be gone. A new ATS free of any clear and open thinking, and free of any theories that may hold water, will emerge. It'll be a sad day, but I have no doubt it's coming.

posted on Nov, 18 2007 @ 08:34 PM
"clearly pointed to Internet sites that question the legitimacy of the official 9/11 story as tools for recruiting terrorists."

Dare I point out that the official story is what all the official terrorists rallied behind in the first place? What they are talking about here also doubts the involvement of terrorists in 9/11, doubting in some ways the very existence of what they supposedly fear. You stupid Homeland security sub-committee.

And yes it is a great site, a real priviledge to sit and discuss things with all the open minds here. And if they ever really want to know why we joined, they just need to read our introduction posts. If they ever want to know who we really are or what we really think, or what we are really about they just need to listen. Anything less would be similar to how they went to war over WMD's that weren't there.

ATS has contributed more to peace than they will ever be able to appreciate, if not at least giving a place for people to talk, and fighting the ignorance, the fear, and the irrationality that convinces good normal people from all walks of life to kill each other on behalf of the elite (or those in positions of authority).


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