Originally posted by Sherlock Holmes
Interestingly enough, there was a recent case here in the UK, where one of our MPs was knifed in his surgery a few months ago by a young Muslim woman.
In police interviews, she cited Al-Awlaki as an influence, and an ''inspiration'' for her crime.
Roshonara Choudhry: I wanted to die … I wanted to be a martyr
Originally posted by oozyism
Because he is actually telling the truth
For people like you, it is easy to believe every attack in the market killing innocent women and children was suicide attacks, while forgetting that it could have been a planted bomb, a car bomb, etc. You believe those newses without any evidence because there is no alternative news agency to pick up on the BS claims or to counter the claim.
Do you really think your life would be better living under a Theocracy ran by insane people? Is that what you want?
Originally posted by pthd840
I have always had the same thoughts on the US government as the "terrorist" in the above video. He took the words right out of my mouth. Think about it...if you were head of this major power in the world and have done some pretty unspeakable things that no one knows about and you want to keep your innocent and caring image then what do you do. Exactly what was stated would be the only way to keep your enemys mouth shut. its really a clever plan though sinister and not in anyway right by moral standards but many in power have no moral standards
Originally posted by davidgrouchy
In America we balance opposing sides
out in the open right before our very eyes.
The east is different. It is much more traditional
to hire assassins to kill one's own brother and blame a neighbor.
I would start with asking "what can he get away with now that his
own people believe any bomb attack is actually a ploy by Americans."
Transparency is a western thing. This is about open society vs closed society.
They use our own openness against us. Look at Iran citing conspiracy theories.
Our conspiracy theories. Unfortunately America also always does everything
wrong at first. After nine eleven instead of becoming more open, we
became more closed, more secretive. Just like our enemy.
I thought the CIA would become more open and
air traffic control radar would be mirrored to the
Internet for everyone to watch. But not yet so
Wikileaks was a bad thing until this thread.
I ask you. Were any of the missions
exposed, ones where we were
Now what do we really know about
Al-Awlaki and his track record
for telling the truth.
David Grouchyedit on 9-11-2010 by davidgrouchy because: spelling