posted on Jun, 26 2007 @ 07:51 AM
For all the billions invested into this war on terror and all the new laws that infringe on your rights, if someone was serious about planting a bomb
anywhere in the U.S. then it would be a piece of cake. As you said, getting across the border is more than easy. Only about half of it is fenced. And
even if a terrorist wasn't able to get direct access to Mexico, I would be willing to bet that given Jihadist would have many friends scattered
thought South America. A smorgasbord of infiltration points!
Getting up to DC would be easy. Buy a rust-bucket, hitchhike, whatever. The radiation detectors scattered throughout the capital would be a slight
problem, but nothing adequate shielding couldn't get around. And if the bomb-makers didn't have any lead handy, there's a plethora of ways to get
covertly around cities if you open your eyes. For example, I know how to get around the tunnel systems under Melbourne.
There really is no defence against terrorists . . . which is why they are called terrorists. They can strike at any time, any place, and there's
nothing anyone can do. You think it is all just going to go away once Bin laden is killed?
People have been hijacking planes long before he
I don't think terrorism is that well understood. It is merely an extension of the political campaign advertisements you see on TV. It's just that
terrorists think that hurting and killing people is a better way of getting their message across. You can bet that the Iraqi child who had both his
parents and all his siblings killed when an American bomb dropped on his house will remember George Bush's name quicker than any 5 year old in the