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Originally posted by Silk
jozuph - dont troll it does you no service trying to stir this up
and the next time you do i will post a complaint
I guess you have never seen a terrorist attack not lost a friend through one.
Originally posted by Silk
Point 1 Yes
I lived in Nortern Ireland for a long time. For your information that was a war zone in the 1970s and 80s
The post Identified Al Queeda as a joint instigator in the attack.
Live through an attack yourself and have a humanist attitude to your foes - I have and would put a 9mm to the back of the necks of the people who put a piece of glass into my back - and i was just a student non com at the time.
nuff said ?
Originally posted by wwviews
I know i am not supposed to post whole articles here, but after the response recieved regarding the Riyadh bombing, I am posting the first few paragraphs of this article, which is quite convincing, in saying that the Istanbul bombings could NOT have been Al Qaeda
Al-Qaeda are the US govts greatest ally
Let me start by saying that I am NOT a conspiracy theorist. I don’t think Russia were involved in the JFK assassination, or that Area 51 is home to aliens. I am a rational person, who I like to believe, thinks logically.
So lets look at recent events in a logical way.
On November 20th 2003, London was gearing up for a huge protest against the visit of President Bush. The media had been hyping up the protests, as the largest protests ‘ever seen against a head of State’. More people were expected to attend than had ever protested against Saddam, or Mugabe.
However, Bush seemed unnerved. He would smile when asked about the protests and he said it didn’t affect him at all. I couldn’t understand this. This man was being told he was the most hated man on the planet, and yet he didn’t seem to mind. Almost as if he ‘knew’ something no-one else did.
The news of Michael Jacksons sex scandals were given 2nd rate coverage in light of the protests, which would culminate in a ceremonious ‘toppling’ of Bush’s effigy, to replicate the staged toppling of Saddams in Baghdad.
I was thinking all the while, unless the world should end, there is no way Bush can divert the worlds media attention from this. If anything, there was nothing he could do, to avoid the British public from seeing that his war against terror was a phoney war. I was hoping the worlds media would broadcast the protests and images of the toppling effigy would be beamed throughout the world. Bush’s calmness unnerved me.
It just wasn’t logical.
For the full article go to www.wwviews.com... ( article posted on 21/11/03 )