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Guess who helped Jundullah leader


Must be too much flouride in a certain agency's drinking water.

They either don't learn or don't care. The rest of us get to suffer the blowback.

Entry #380


Rick GComment by Rick G - February 26, 2010, 2:45 pm
Seems like "intelligence agencies" are fertile ground for terrorists. Maybe we could eliminate them and win the "war on terra".
Comment by GASMETERGUY - February 26, 2010, 9:50 pm
Oh, lord, I can only hope our CIA is intelligent enough to embed operatives within these terrorists groups such as this one. I can only hope we have a few sitting right next to Bin Laden, advising him where to attack next, then letting the uniform cops capture or kill them before they can carry out their plot. Can you just imagine the rank and file, when they realize their leader is getting them killed, rising up in revolt and defecting to our side? Destroying the terrorist groups from within would be a whole lot better than trying to kill them on the streets. Keep up the good work, CIA. You are doing what needs to be done (as painful as it might seem to those armchair generals sitting in front of their television sets, eating Bon-Bons).
TigerAngelComment by TigerAngel - March 2, 2010, 3:00 am
@GMG You've got it all back asswards. The U.S. can't just go into a country, slaughter the inhabitants and grab all their resources. That would be too obvious and the whole world would condemn then. So they have to first set up an enemy group for example Hamas, and Al Queda. Then they can carry on a fake war on terror, scaring the folks at home while striping their rights in the meantime, as they murder innocents abroad and loot their land, resources and poppy harvest. It works just like junior high when somebody tells somebody that you called them a name so they come to you and break your nose... get it?

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