EXCLUSIVE: Al Qaeda eyes bio attack from Mexico

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  1. poncho

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    U.S. counterterrorism officials have authenticated a video by an al Qaeda recruiter threatening to smuggle a biological weapon into the United States via tunnels under the Mexico border, the latest sign of the terrorist group's determination to stage another mass-casualty attack on the U.S. homeland.

    The video aired earlier this year as a recruitment tool makes clear that al Qaeda is looking to exploit weaknesses in U.S. border security and also is willing to ally itself with white militia groups or other anti-government entities interested in carrying out an attack inside the United States, according to counterterrorism officials interviewed by The Washington Times.

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    This is interesting considering that we just got word that the government thinks U.S. citizens are the biggest threat to the state. I guess now if you support controlling the border are pro life or believe in a constitutional limited federal government and states rights you must be with Al Qeada. Sounds kinda familiar doesn't it? I believe I warned you all this was coming way back when but what do I know, eh?
     
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    Do you have any doubt that anti-government terrorists in the vein of Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols would not hesitate to find ways to kill their fellow Americans?
     
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    Without a doubt. This is fear mongering to use as a political tool to further and agenda and squash opposition. It seems libbies do not really believe in free speech unless it is theirs.
     
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    In order for me to answer that you'll first have to define anti-government MP because it's begining to look as though all you have to do to be considered anti-government by the government is to disagree with the government.
     
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    There is a difference between supporting and campaigning for an opposition party, and blowing up buildings and killing people for some perceived or real grievance against the government. The former is the democratic process at work, the latter is terrorism.
     
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    But...but...but...

    How can this be?:eek:

    Our hero, the zero, is making friendly with muslims. Apologizing and bowing, kissing their rings and making nice.

    They love us now.

    Don't they? :confused:
     
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    I guess if you're going to be POTUS you have to kiss em and hold their hands.

    Don't make me google up some disgusting pics of Bush kissing a Saudi Royal Carpro. It makes me ill.

    How about them borders? Has the zero made any attempts to protect them better than Bush? Troop of boy scouts armed with BB guns maybe?
     
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    Border security is still a joke.

    But surely islamic terrorists won't attack us anymore. Will they?

    They don't even exist anymore. Do they?

    It's not even legal to say terrorist or terror or terrorism anymore. Is it?

    And right down your alley...

    our hero, the zero, doesn't even know what "false flag" means, does he? That means we're safe, right? From ourselves?
     
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    Guess the zero is no more worried about terrorists coming across the border than Bush was.

    Don't worry the Boy Scouts will protect us.

    Sure it is as long you're refering to disgruntled veterans and pro lifers.

    That's the beauty of our system of government. The zero doesn't have to know anything, better for him if he doesn't. Plausable deniability doncha ya know?

    I know that but does the government? Doesn't sound that way. It seems that we're all guilty until proven innocent these days. That's the opposite of what I was taught America was all about. I guess Bush was right when he said "if you aren't with us (the state) you're with the terrorists". Doesn't look good for those of us who aren't very good at goose stepping.
     
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    As long as the Average American is ten times more likely to be murdered by a drunk driver than by a terrorist, no point of getting your collective minds in a twit.

    Wino goes into a bar with a big, feather thing around his neck. When questioned by the bar keep he states that "it keeps the bears away." Bar keep replies, "There are no bears around here." Wino exclaims, "SEE, IT WORKS!"
     
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    As it stands right now the state views the average american as more of a threat to it's security than any Islamic terrorist. That should be fairly evident to any average american who has been keeping up with the reports and training manuals that have been prepared by the state in last few years. Not to mentiom all the "guilt by association" propaganda (as in the posted article) being pumped out by both the state and corporate media.
     
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    Actually, 'the state' knows that the average American is not the threat.....

    But it also knows by saying it often enough..... some will believe it......
    others will be silenced so as not to provoke suspicions, even if false.....
    some will sense the threat of 'the state' as targeting those which it should be defending.....

    and some will either support or be silenced into accepting the 'security' which 'the state' offers as its answer to the perceived threat..... real or not..... which has the potential of further controlling or imposing big brother's snooping into our personal and private.... or even public and political voice.

    Hey..... our government's got a real ...... REAL problem when it is paranoid of its own people: Instead of identifying the real enemy which is mostly without..... it is turning in on itself....... and if government doesn't wise up..... it will do to our country what a cancer or an autoimmune disease does to the body of a person.... it will create its own evil which will eat away and destroy itself.
     

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