posted on Mar, 1 2013 @ 02:29 PM
Is there really such a thing as "al quaida"? Just wondering. I had always assumed that some communication was intercepted and somebody said
something about a "base" in arabic and the moniker stuck. It's almost like it's this highly organized, high-tech organization that can repeatedly
make the CIA look like dupes, or is it just something created for us to hate and fuel the flames?
From the US Constitution, Article 1, Section 8 (powers of Congress):
To raise and support armies, but no appropriation of money to that use shall be for a longer term than two years;
Bearing that in mind, with Iraq and Afghanistan winding down, the only thing to keep the justification for the MIC is a threat which appeals to the
ever-mysterious 'war on terror'.
As previously stated, I never viewed Iran as part of arabic hatred toward the US (not that it isn't justified), since after all they aren't arabs,
and I'm not sure how an appeal from Iran to wreak havoc on the US would be answered by a supposedly arabic organization (if it even exists). And
they're soooooo isolated from the other countries in the region. AND, when you consider them extremists or threats, and you sit on your high horse
and dictate that they absolutely can't have nuclear weapons (who are we to decide that?), you also need to consider this:
This is just another US federal ruse to keep us in perpetual war. And to the posters who mentioned that this supposed threat most certainly means we
should arm up as citizens, I kinda laughed but it really makes a lot of sense and I'd love to see how the Obamites would wiggle out of that one.