Originally posted by esdad71
reply to post by 3mperorConstantinE
So the real you comes out...see how easy that was? Think next time you try to bait someone think again. That was pathetic
down--it's still me here bro, same as always. Also the word is debating
, not baiting
I am sorry that you felt compelled to form such a vivid impression of me from one
post, only to discover that it was mistaken.
#1 There is picture evidence of them with waepons...next.
And here is picture evidence of a panda riding an AIM-9 Sidewinder
#2 Pictures show where the explosions were and there were LEO reports of them throwing pipe bombs during the chase. So, who to believe, pictures or
there were LEO reports of them robbing a 7-11, as well, remember?
So...I think I'll go with option:
- (C) The evidence that the FBI is willing to swear before the court is the truth.
i.e. the criminal complaint.
#3 I Like boats and the 'in a box song is also a pisser'...do you watch SNL on a 9" B&W TV?
Negative, and the old SNL was much better, IMHO.
#4 I said I would kill myself in that situation, to not face the music. You took what the 'talking box' said and tried to make it
Really? Lol, because that is not at all what you were saying, read your
list again, here—>
Let me try this again...If my face was planted on the TV for the bombings of Boston would I
a) Kill a cop with my brother to get a gun and have a gun battle in the streets
c) attempt to kill myself.
#5 Eric Holder Law firm defends Gitmo detainees. Go read a book...
Thank you for reminding us that Mr. Criminally-in-Contempt himself, Eric Holder's former employer, Covington and
, (i.e. Halliburton's #1 lobbying firm w/r/t/ supply contracts for the Iraq War), has as its #1 pro-bono
activity, that of
defending the "rights" of all of those terrorists in Guantanamo Bay.
I sure wonder why a law firm which lobbies for war contracts would, at the same time position itself as the only agency outside of the DoD which
communicates with the "enemy combatants" captured during the aforementioned war. Hmmmm
But beyond that … what was your point?
The suspect is an American citizen, and he's not in Gitmo.
Maybe the advisors of our Fake President didn't want to rock any boats, or provoke any Islamic backlash by having the younger one labeled an ‘enemy
combatant’ and sent for a Cuban vacation.
#6 This conversation was about kids supporting Jihad through social media by propping up this kid but It could be gangs, drugs, alcohol...you name
I mentor and coach sports to help and if you think it is funny, in that context even, then you are an extremely selfish and shallow person. If the 2
bombers would have had a better influence then mom and the Internet Jihad pointing them in a direction it may have been different, it may have not.
But i do know that I help a lot of kids who do not have parents and if I can get a smile and help them have a good day I do.
Those are all great things, which I do as well-
The comment of your's to which I was referring was this: “Mentoring, so that they do not go and find jihad online”.
It was just a rather alarmist statement, and it's naïve to think that you can have any positive effect on kids in America growing up to become
We're doing too stellar of a job in creating our own future enemies.
To win in the long-term, one should preferably be behind a righteous cause, if for no other reason than morale
If you really want to stop kids in the 1st world from becoming brain-washed suicide bombers for Allah, then you should first get the U.S. to stop
incinerating people via Predator Drone in countries we are not at war with (like say, Pakistan).
To them, it provides them, quite understandably, that "righteous" cause.
"Collateral damage" just doesn't excuse this, and it doesn't go over well in the propaganda battle for hearts & minds. If your cousin's house was
blown up by an invisible plane, then no amount of mentoring would erase that fact.
Fact is that there are kids who are supporting someone blindly, based on faith like you mentioned, but there is no good outcome. Radicalization
is not the answer for anyone who follows ANY religion.
I agree with all of that.
Please note, that from a logical perspective – the evidence which the USGov claims to have on these two, is so pathetically weak that it is almost
certainly a set-up. One which leads all the way up…
^This coming from someone who is as red-blooded American as they come.
My actions and words can not be twisted otherwise. Let me be clear, I love
But my government … well … I think that there are some evil
SOB's at the helm right now.
read the criminal complaint. The teenage girls on Twitter saying "#FreeJahar!" are displaying the same thoughtless and extremist views as any who are
chiming in with “hang ‘em high!!”....because of what you think you know know via the media.
edit on 27-4-2013 by 3mperorConstantinE because: (no reason given)