Has to be RIGHT WINGERS....

@debrakcarey (19923)
United States
April 16, 2013 12:41pm CST
Last year, Al Qaeda propagandist Abu Musab al-Suri urged jihadists to target American sporting events: Al-Suri contended that civilians should be targeted “when responding to a brutal practice carried out by America and her allied forces.” “This is done by targeting human crowds in order to inflict maximum human losses,” he wrote. “This is very easy since there are numerous such targets such as crowded sports arenas, annual social events, large international exhibitions, crowded market-places, skyscrapers, crowded buildings … etc.” “It is possible for ordinary Resistance fighters among the Muslims residing in America and the allied Western countries to target them, in order to participate in the jihad and the Resistance, and to stretch out a helping hand to the mujahidun [Islamic warriors].” Now I will only mention in passing that the Saudi King gave the Obama girls some really LARGE bling, and that Obama just happened to give Saudi travelers 'trusted traveler' status AND a Saudi national has been arrested for questioning in the Boston Bombing on April 15th. BUT...Chris Matthews and others in the MSM declare their opinions that it must be, just may be, right wingers responsible.
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@bestboy19 (5481)
• United States
16 Apr 13
How much right wing terrorist activity has there been to make Matthews suggest that?
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• United States
17 Apr 13
I think he's seeing them coming out of the woodwork. When peddle bias / propaganda (for one party over another) I guess you come to believe your own partison exageration! Repeating something often. Enough makes it true you know! And, all the untruth pickles your mind.
• United States
17 Apr 13
All the terrorist activity is right-wing terrorist activity to those sharing Matthews' ideology. Much like his stance on racism, where you can only be racist if you're white, you can only be a terrorist if you're right-wing.
@dark_joev (3042)
• United States
18 Apr 13
Actually a lot of Terrorism does come from the right wing over the left wing. They attack abortion clinics. They attack and kill Homosexuals. The Department of Homeland Security even issued a report during the Bush Administration about the threat that right wing domestic terrorism poses to national security. I mean you guys have heard of Neo-Nazi's. http://www.fas.org/irp/eprint/rightwing.pdf
• Atlantic City, New Jersey
16 Apr 13
Now I will only mention in passing that the Saudi King gave the Obama girls some really LARGE bling, and that Obama just happened to give Saudi travelers 'trusted traveler' status AND a Saudi national has been arrested for questioning in the Boston Bombing on April 15th. BUT...Chris Matthews and others in the MSM declare their opinions that it must be, just may be, right wingers responsible. Now that is interesting and it reminds me of The Bush family that laundered all that money for the Bin Ladens - then made sure minutes after the world trade center attacks - that they and their families made it out of the country (US) safely..SMH
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@debrakcarey (19923)
• United States
27 Apr 13
Yeah, sad to say but it is true. And even now, there are GOP members working for the other side as well. We are in some deep trouble in this country. And so many just can't see it, or refuse to see it.
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@dawnald (84076)
• Shingle Springs, California
16 Apr 13
it could be a lot of things, government conspiracy to take away more of our civil liberties, islamists, North koreans, separatists, etc. Why don't we just wait until the facts come out?
@debrakcarey (19923)
• United States
16 Apr 13
I'm addressing the MSM NOT WAITING until the facts come out.
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@dawnald (84076)
• Shingle Springs, California
16 Apr 13
And I'm agreeing with you in my own weird way.
@debrakcarey (19923)
• United States
16 Apr 13
I know.
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@burrito88 (2778)
• United States
20 Apr 13
What does the Saudi King have to do with radical Islam? Islamic radicals want to overthrow the Saudi King just like they want to overthrow the US. Need I remind you that the Bush family has closer ties to the Saudi King than Obama has. Bush also allowed members of bid Laden's family to leave the country right after 9/11. The 'arrest' of a Saudi national was also a false rumor that Fox News reported which has since disclaimed.
@debrakcarey (19923)
• United States
27 Apr 13
Some do not like the fact that Obama, like Bush, is in tight with the Saudis. They like to believe that what they are fed by the press and polititicians is true. IF they saw how both sides of the aisle are bought and paid for by the Saudis who DO SUPPORT radical jihadists, they'd have to admit we are in deep sh*t. What many do not understand is that there is a huge power struggle between Islamic sects within the larger jihad of Islam. Saudi wahabbists, the most violent of these sects is literally at war with the Sunni sect. For the uninformed this is like the Catholics at war with the Baptists. The history of the wahhabist sect in Saudi Arabia leads back to 1902 and the birth of Saudi Arabia itself, the founding of the Muslim Brotherhood and the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, even the Armenian Genocide. 1902. Ibn Saud, local tribesman of Arabian Peninsula, captures Ryad and proclaims himself regional leader. In order to gain acceptance and loyalty from the local Bedouin tribes, Ibn Saud revives the practice of Wahhabi Islam and institutes strict Islamic Law over the land. Wahhabi indoctrination centers (Ikhwan, meaning brotherhoods) appear throughout Saudi Arabia. The wahhabist supported the Final Solution of Hitler's Germany during WW2, working closely with the Germans. After oil was discovered in 1920 in Saudi Arabia, the wahhabist sect, for the most part, moved to into Egypt when the Saudi clan began having diplomatic ties to the West. It was then that the Muslim Brotherhood was formed. I would suggest reading up on some history of radical Islam and jihadists going back as far as the early years of the 20th century. I found this excellent website that shows all the ties; http://www.tellthechildrenthetruth.com/mbhood_en.html#part1
@artemeis (4059)
• China
17 Apr 13
Sad Day In Boston - Tragic day 15Apr2013 in Boston.
It is really tragic what has happened in Boston and despite there are seeming indications that it is the works of terrorism, I feel it is wrong to jump to any conclusions before proper investigations are finished. It would be wrong to blame it on the wrong party and let the real culprit escape. I am sure we all want justice served but pointing fingers without getting the facts right does not help.
@debrakcarey (19923)
• United States
27 Apr 13
I agree. I will also point out the MSM was very QUICK to point fingers. And they got it WRONG.