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Thread #62901   Message #1591691
Posted By: GUEST,Old Guy
27-Oct-05 - 09:10 AM
Thread Name: BS: Popular Views of the Bush Administration
Subject: RE: BS: Popular Views of the Bush Administration
From Amos: "a war only marginally related to the Al Queda attack"
Was it related or not?

From a PBS Frontline interview    with Sabah Khodada:

"Can you explain what's on this map that you drew?

The surrounding area around this camp is an area for fitness training. This is a Boeing 707, where they trained how to hijack it. And also they were trained how to resist or stop hijacking operation.

Next to it, there's a double-decker bus in which they could do the same thing -- training, hijacking. And this is next to it, there is a village, built houses like a model of a village. They will train how to plant TNT and explosives. And very next to it, there's a single house, where they're trained how to enter it, or sabotage it or explode it.

The railway track is where the train is. That's where they would have the same training for hijacking of a train. I would like to also tell you that this is a village where farmers would live. Those farmers, by the way, are employees by the Iraqi intelligence -- all of them. They look like normal families, but they are not as you think. They are employees of the Iraqi intelligence to put cover and protection to the base."

707? Train? Double decker bus? This is from 2001 before Madrid and London. Does it sound a little erie to you?

Well shit for brains, what kind of a long range plan can you come up with for combating terrorisim in the world?

You can't because your mental capacity is limited to picking apart anybody with a plan who tries to carry it out.

I see nothing here that does anybody any good. You antiwar zeroheads come here for support for your fucked up, crybaby complaints. Grow up.

Old Guy