El Quidea fake fake fake IMO
#51
Not really lotso info
Basically its a common military tactic to create a mirror group to mimic an existing group to push forward your military goals
British are very good at this
But vid is better
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#52
How true also using groups already formed to do the dirty work is also a tactic. And it works
but the above doesn't mean every group is a mirror group or that every group is a Patsy
ulster is a good example of this. Paras formed contrary to Brit initially policy on both sides ours and the prods. The Brits seeing that thy could arm the prods and train the prods to do dirty work did not negae the fac the prod paras murderous batards thy r exist and are nor some made up figment od rhe imagination. Also infiltration works too. Again this downst mean all bombs and all killings and all comms from all groups r mirrors
I hope u see my point
but ts an old Frick and it won stop any time soon th bhoys were infiltrated nobdoubt but this is the clincher u fail to understand and perhaps it's more duebto never living in such an enviroment
while u can kill the volunteer or hijack a para or by off an entire political org u can't do that with ideology
spbwhen a struggle is ideologicaly driven ie mhamadanism the group actually doing the murdering al qeada,  u name it it's the ideology which is of the greater importance. It's the ideology not so much the name of a group u should be concerned with
my o2
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#53
The point is the threat is bogus and is only there to prop up the oligarchy of NWO-Ind Mil Complex. At the expense of lives for no other reason than an Ideology of Power and Money. There is no spiritual Ideology behind the "war on terror" it is a muslim regime the USA has aided in Iraq. Saddam wasnt a Muslim supporter or Ideologe he was just a tinpot dictator who also protected Iraqi Christians. A dictator the US put into power. And since the CIA created el kyda it seems ludicrous to me why we in the USA should fear them? At least fearing them to the extent that we gut our Constitution and destroy our National economy.
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#54
Your point is not valid. The ideological frame work for al qeada can be traced to qtub. (look him up). Read him. Mohamadan nationalism or pan mohamadan movements  Such as al qeada or the Muslim brotherhood exist on their  own. They  always have. Read qutb (look him up) The reasons vary but make no mistake
you Americans have egos bigger the moon. The world does not revolve around u. The ideogical framework of radical mohamadanism and mhamadanism itself is a seperate issue then you Americans or even the Jews
again my words r wasted but maybe some one reading this would care to take up qutb and see what he said, how hw said it,  to who he was speaking.iand how and why his ideas had such an influence on young dispersed alieneted mohamadan men with little to lose
anyway u r set in what u belie and will woodpecker lip history to suit your preconceved ideas on who is the cause and who is to blame
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#55
Sadamm was a bathast. It's secular socialist Arab nationalism. It nohing worthy of your respect. But I have a question for you
who was saddam protecting Christians from? Also u should do some research on his protection asaayrians would have allot to say about saddam cultural policies. Saddam needed the Christians as the were the educated class when he took power. If u bekive he protected our brothers our od rhe kindess of his heart well I'm not suprised
So who was he protecting christans from?
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#56
(01-12-2011, 04:32 PM)devotedknuckles Wrote: Sadamm was a bathast. It's secular socialist Arab nationalism. It nohing worthy of your respect. But I have a question for you
who was saddam protecting Christians from? Also u should do some research on his protection asaayrians would have allot to say about saddam cultural policies. Saddam needed the Christians as the were the educated class when he took power. If u bekive he protected our brothers our od rhe kindess of his heart well I'm not suprised
So who was he protecting christans from?
No I am under no illusions that saddam only cared for christians as they served his needs. But that was better then the present situation.
And I couldnt respond to the post before this one because it made no sense in the english language.
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#57
Fixed it for you. Hope it helps
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#58
(01-12-2011, 05:52 PM)devotedknuckles Wrote: Fixed it for you. Hope it helps
im only set in my belief because I have eyes and the ability to think. and no one is denying pan arab nationalism or wicked Islam. I am mearly denying the existence of el kayda as a threat in the context of modern war on terror. I agree about American hubris
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#59
I remember seeing some people call them "al CIAda".
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#60
Yes though the ISI was fsr more involved Its creation may e
al isiada is a more accurate rendition
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