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posted on Jan, 18 2014 @ 04:07 PM
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buster2010
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So are you defending the brotherhood because its the PC thing to do(as we all know being PC is the new fad these days) or because you truly believe they have no need to be searched like everyone else that is not part of a religious brotherhood.


Well the motto of the forum is deny ignorance not promote it. The Brotherhood is known for building schools and hospitals and creating companies so people can have jobs if they are a terror group then they are very bad at it because giving people what they need is a bad way of creating fear. And you seem to have overlooked how the op had no problem with other foreigners coming into the country without being patted down just the Brotherhood.


I like how you paraphrased my original post in this thread to make it seem like i think the brotherhood is a terrorist organization. You have learned a lot from MSM.

If you want to paraphrase I give you this one from my original post



I am not saying they are terrorists


here's yours


And you seem to have overlooked how the op had no problem with other foreigners coming into the country without being patted down just the Brotherhood


I wasn't talking to the OP I was talking to you and how you defend certain people not having to follow the same rules as the rest of us.




The Brotherhood is known for building schools and hospitals and creating companies so people can have jobs


Gangster


Despite his illegitimate occupation, Capone became a highly visible public figure. He made donations to various charitable endeavors using the money he made from his activities,




What do you think would happen to those organizations that didn't return the favor when he and his organization needed it.

There are A lot of people that break the law everyday, and do bad things, but also help out the common people. Maybe you shouldn't let Political correctness cloud your judgment and start seeing the real world around you. I am not saying the M. Brotherhood are gangsters, but very rarely in this world do "organizations" give without thought of return.





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posted on Jan, 19 2014 @ 03:31 PM
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Just like the hijackers on 911 were escorted by the FBI through security. These world altering events aren't going to just happen on their own. A good false flag terror attack requires that all agencies involved do their part to help it along to fruition.



posted on Jan, 19 2014 @ 03:51 PM
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Page 1. Post 16.

Read the threads before you post.



posted on Jan, 19 2014 @ 07:11 PM
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I really love reading through 3 pages of bickering over something that is completely misrepresented in the title of this thread. Lets talk airport logistics first off. When was the last time anyone went through a TSA checkpoint AFTER they disembarked from their plane? I'm going to raise my hand and say never. You only go through a checkpoint when boarding the plane.

They still went through the first customs checkpoint and were excluded from being pulled to the side for a second one.the one MB member who the article actually named was a sitting member of parliament at the time this occurred amd was accorded tge benefits of his position. While it may seem unusual it wouldn't be as unusual for Breitbart to give an unbiased opinion about something.

As long as we were recognizing that government as legitimate it doesn't matter that they were members of the MB or FJP as much as it bothers me to say so. The moral of this story? Even if its completely biased at least read the source material before engaging in a blood feud over granny getting groped while these guys get a free pass. The article never mentions TSA. Are they a loathsome organization? Absolutely. Was everything above board? Probably not. But for the love of baby jesus let's argue about facts not hyperbolic lunacy based on an incorrect title.



posted on Jan, 19 2014 @ 08:15 PM
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Lots of Muslim Brotherhood in the Obama Administration. Most of the decision makers are included in that group. I expect no different.



posted on Jan, 19 2014 @ 08:29 PM
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The brotherhood is many things and one of them is they are an extremist organization and extremist do extreme things unlike old women and childern



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 05:54 AM
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tri-lobe-1
WOW......muslims getting through US security........

where have I heard this before.....9/11 comes to mind......

Yah, errr, actually 9/11 was an inside job...



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 08:01 AM
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It's called 'Diplomatic Immunity'. It's the same kind of treatment we expect our diplomats to receive when they travel abroad. This is not a scandal, or a double standard, or anything new, or part of a US government take-down.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 08:06 AM
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When 9-11 is proven to have been an inside job, I will be the first to believe the facts. Until then, despite what has been shown such as apparent controlled demolitions, military planes striking the towers, an apparent missile hitting the White House and the delayed fall of WTC-7 which was not struck and is the closest to a controlled drop that I have seen and which I find totally unexplained, I retain an open mind, despite my suspicions and spidey feelings!

It is a fact however that too many things do not add up or remain unexplained, for now, but then who knows what e.g. Snowden has waiting the right time to be released? Or is Snowden one of 'them'?!



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 09:24 AM
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"port courtesy" is it.

Yet and BY GOD, according to a senator yesterday on tv, the government also known as "WE", will maintain the capacity to invade the private life and correspondents of every american citizen with its big info gathering machine. I mean come on, why would WE shake down their good buddies at the air port?

WE is in control now. WE does what the hell it wants.



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posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 12:19 PM
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Diplomatic immunity is for crimes, not for passage when travelling like this but I understand your point. Besides, they were not diplomats.

Many of you can try to find ways for why this is ok and that it is Muslim bashing but it is not. Not by a longshot. It is showing a double standard for American Citizens and Friends of the State.

The TSA works with DHS to make sure that those who enter the country are not

1. Wanted
2. Known Criminals
3. Carrying anything foreign including weapons/drugs/etc
4. On a No Fly List

This was a direct order from the State Department to allow them to bypass secondary security including bomb sniffing turnstiles as well as baggage checks. There was a known Child Pornographer who was involved in an US investigation who breezed through.

What would the big deal have been to have been checked?



posted on Jan, 24 2014 @ 08:46 AM
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600 billion problems but the Brothers are not one.....




Every day, Transportation Security Officers interact with nearly two million travelers across the United States with a single goal in mind – ensuring the safety of the traveling public.

TSA had a busy year in 2013, screening 638,705,790 passengers in 2013 (over 1,700,000 per day), which is 1,123,668 more passengers than last year.

Sadly, this year marked the first incident where a TSA officer, Gerardo I. Hernandez, was killed in the line of duty at Los Angeles International Airport.

In many ways, Transportation Security Officers are the public face of our nation’s security. It is difficult work, requiring patience, stamina, and great attention to detail. It requires extensive training and constant vigilance. This year’s tragic incident reminds us that being on the frontline also comes with a great risk. It is a risk that the men and women of TSA undertake willingly knowing that in doing so they are serving a higher cause, and a noble one – protecting the men and women of the United States every day.

We wanted to share with you examples of the continued vigilance of TSA officers in protecting our nation’s transportation systems, including some of the most unusual items TSA caught at the checkpoints this year.

1,813 firearms were discovered in carry-on bags at checkpoints across the country, averaging nearly five firearms per day. Of those, 1,477 (81%) were loaded. Firearms were intercepted at a total of 205 airports with Atlanta (ATL) on top of the list for the most firearms intercepted (111) in 2013.

There was a 16.5% increase (257) in firearm discoveries from last year’s total of 1,556.
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posted on Jan, 24 2014 @ 09:20 AM
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‘Top Secret’ Documents Implicate Obamas, Clintons

shoebat.com...

Shocking documents (screen shots at bottom of this post) by Egyptian security forces monitoring the movements of Malik Obama’s Islamic Da’wa Organization (IDO) and the father (Essam el-Haddad) of a former Clinton employee (Gehad El-Haddad) sheds further light on the nefarious dealings of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. These documents could implicate the Obamas and the Clintons as being complicit in endangering national security.




The younger Haddad, who worked as City Director for five years at the William J. Clinton Foundation, also worked with his father; both men were the closest of advisers to Mursi. Both Essam and Gehad were arrested late last year – after Mursi’s ouster – and had their assets frozen.



A senior Muslim Brotherhood official who, until recently, had been employed by the William J. Clinton Foundation was arrested in Cairo on Tuesday and charged with inciting violence.
freebeacon.com...
Gehad el-Haddad served as one of the Muslim Brotherhood’s top communications officials until Egyptian security forces seized him as part of a wider crackdown on officials loyal to ousted former President Mohamed Morsi.

Just a month after El-Haddad left the Clinton Foundation to work full-time for the Brotherhood, former President Morsi was invited to deliver his first major speech at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), the high profile political family’s other nonprofit.

El-Haddad’s employment at the Clinton Foundation overlapped with his official work for the Muslim Brotherhood, which began in Cairo in February 2012 when he assumed control of the Renaissance Project, a Brotherhood-backed economic recovery program.






In short, Malik Obama’s prominent role as Executive Director of the IDO, at minimum, implicates his brother in a serious conflict of interest matter relative to national security. That Malik was given illegal tax-exempt status by Lois Lerner may implicate his brother as an accessory to terror funding (this is why Lerner should be granted immunity for her testimony). So far, members of Congress who sit on such committees have shown no desire to do this. One such Congressman – Rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA) – has been well aware of the IRS scandal involving Malik Obama for several months and has called the charges “spot on”.




Essam el-Haddad’s negotiations with the IDO implicate the Clintons – through el-Haddad’s son – in a serious conflict of interest matter as well.
www.shoebat.com...
That all says nothing of Hillary’s very close relationship with Huma Abedin, whose mother and Mursi’s wife are high-ranking colleagues inside the Muslim Sisterhood’s leadership.
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posted on Jan, 24 2014 @ 09:44 AM
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buster2010

Well the motto of the forum is deny ignorance not promote it. The Brotherhood is known for building schools and hospitals and creating companies so people can have jobs if they are a terror group then they are very bad at it because giving people what they need is a bad way of creating fear. And you seem to have overlooked how the op had no problem with other foreigners coming into the country without being patted down just the Brotherhood.


What about the law of the Muslim Brotherhood where homosexuality is a crime which produces automatic death penalty?

Would you still feel they are the good guys if you were living under their umbrella.

Buster, I think you like to argue for the sake of arguing sometimes.

If they succeed in their primary goal of global Islamic caliphate, all LGBT would be put to death. Is that "terrifying" enough for you?

God Bless,





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