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    Chris Matthews: 'Normally' Domestic Terrorists 'Tend to Be on the Far Right' | NewsBusters

    Let The Mindless Speculating Begin

    CNN:Boston Marathon Bombing Could Be Result of ?Right-Wing Extremists?

    I can keep posting more if you like Joec? The news seems to keep bringing up this person of interest who happens to be burnt and a Saudi. When I say homegrown I mean a Muslim extremest group that is formed in the US without outside operatives entering the country and unlike a sleeper group. I don't believe it is a Domestic terrorist in the Oklahoma City Bomber example because of the target. Look Joec you don't like people jumping to conclusions but it is what we do as men and as free men we can discuss it. My facts are straight.
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    According to the ‘zealots’ we have in politics, we're not supposed to judge all Muslims by the acts of a few "crazies."
    But the acts of a few American “crazies” is enough to judge all Americans who own guns!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meangreen View Post
    When I say homegrown I mean a Muslim extremest group that is formed in the US without outside operatives entering the country and unlike a sleeper group. I don't believe it is a Domestic terrorist in the Oklahoma City Bomber example because of the target.
    Meangreen: What does the "homegrown Muslim terrorist" scene look like? I am guessing you get memos and briefings on this stuff. The only ones I hear about as John Q. Public, are the ones that are local to Minnesota. Are there a lot of these guys running around? Where? How do they stack up (threat wise) against the Mexican drug cartels? Are they planning on blowing themselves up here, or is the U.S. just a convenient base for training and raising money? Inquiring minds want to know...

    I know Minneapolis has a couple of pretty big Somali neighborhoods that are basically just terrorist training camps. But they are sending all of their "graduates" over to blow themselves up in Somalia. It seems career advancement in the terrorist trade is severely limited.

    As an aside: They want to blow themselves up. We want to blow them up. You would think we would get along better...
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    One other thing that makes me believe I'm not jumping to conclusions. I would think that a domestic terrorist organization targeting the government would do just that. Especially on April 15, don't you think the IRS would be more of an appropriate target? I think Ole Timmy and his Oklahoma City bombing would have gotten a lot more support from the radical groups in the US if there wasn't for the daycare? It has been time and time again that the Muslims target innocent civilians unless they can catch US troops with their pants down (IE unarmed on a politically correct military base.) Left-wing or right-wing the targets are government buildings or government agencies. Muslim terrorists attack our way of life and our identity. If I'm wrong I will be the first to admit it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inor View Post
    Meangreen: What does the "homegrown Muslim terrorist" scene look like? I am guessing you get memos and briefings on this stuff. The only ones I hear about as John Q. Public, are the ones that are local to Minnesota. Are there a lot of these guys running around? Where? How do they stack up (threat wise) against the Mexican drug cartels? Are they planning on blowing themselves up here, or is the U.S. just a convenient base for training and raising money? Inquiring minds want to know...

    I know Minneapolis has a couple of pretty big Somali neighborhoods that are basically just terrorist training camps. But they are sending all of their "graduates" over to blow themselves up in Somalia. It seems career advancement in the terrorist trade is severely limited.
    I do believe we just witnessed one today. I don't see the cartels a threat to most Americans because like the Mafia they have grown from prohibition. Drugs instead of alcohol and the violence is against rival cartels and their own people. They exist because of Americas unquenchable thirst for drugs and cheap labor. Minneapolis took the "refugees" from Somalia and unfortunately they are a lawless people that cannot be deported because of their protected status. These homegrown groups hide under different names and seem to recruit from the Universities, large Muslim neighborhoods, and the largest recruiting depots...our prison system. that have sprung up in almost every state. I do believe they pose the greatest threat against the US more so than the cartels because the cartels thrive for money in a black market. The Muslims is to destroy us as a people.

    Let me add one more thing. Have you noticed that your not hearing about all the violence down in Mexico, not as much anyway? Mexico elected a new president and his whole campaign platform was "Life over Prosecution" he stated that if he was elected he would return to the traditional bribe from the cartels of 9% and not be greedy like the present President demanding 15%. He was elected and doesn't pursue the Cartels and quietly collects his 9%. True story.
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    Regardless of who is actually found to be guilty of this, what I'm most curious about, (and afraid of) is what our "benevolant leaders" will tell us what they must do to protect us and what freedoms we will have to give up this time.
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    This was done by a group that just hate Americans, not cartels or left right homegrown terrorist. The fact that they targeted a marathon shows they were not targeting any one group except Americans.

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    Prayers are with all the victim in this terrible tragedy. I pray for fast justice and although some may escape judgment in this world none will escape the Lords justice in the end.
    This should be a time of prayer,unity and action to resolve the problem.
    Those who seek to divert and divide the republic are not patriots.
    The selfish acts of the ambitious and those who seek fame, monitory or political advancement are part of the problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rickkyw1720pf View Post
    This was done by a group that just hate Americans, not cartels or left right homegrown terrorist. The fact that they targeted a marathon shows they were not targeting any one group except Americans.
    The Boston Marathon is a World event so it will have far reaching effects.

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    I disremember which one, . . . but one of the news talking heads was trying last night to drum up support for new laws to prevent this sort of thing. The implication was that there must be some form of activity or some sort of "thing" that can be banned, licensed, regulated or taxed that will significantly reduce the possibility of this.

    He's right, . . . but until someone figures how to contain "hate", . . . it ain't gonna happen.

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