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August 07, 2007

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spree

OMG, we have to be separated at birth. I just tracked back to this because the last piece I JUST published, minutes ago, is directly related to terrorism and the threat it poses as well as people that deny it is a threat to us.

GREAT piece and thanks, as usual for the links.

Debbie

Great minds think alike, Spree. Thanks.

ortho

Hi Debbie! As usual, you've written an insightful post. I shall head over to read the "Global Terrorism Analysis" soon. But, before I do, here are a few thoughts.

The passage you quoted and your security suggestion are both premised on the assumption that "terrorist" training camps exist only outside the borders of the U.S. nation state. This assumption, although well-founded on recent "events", ignores the "terrorist" training camps within the borders of the U.S. nation state. Now, I know you and your readers know about the "terrorist" training camps in New York State. And, arguably, we could classify militia compounds in, for example, the Ozarks and Michigan, as potential "terrorist" training camps. Or, what about "terrorists" who received "training" from the U.S. military? Timothy McVeigh is one prime example.

Placing people who travel to Pakistan and Afghanistan on terrorist watch lists is only one small, but necessary, step toward protecting the "homeland".

Debbie

Ortho, you must not have seen the links to Jamaat ul-Fuqra camps inside the US under "Be sure to read:

Al-Qaeda Cell In America, Wake Up America

"Paul Williams: In the Belly of the Beast" Jamaat ul-Fuqra, at Atlas Shrugs"

I have posted in depth on those terror training camps inside the US, perhaps I should have included more of that in this article. But the Jamaat ul-Fuqra article covers most of what I have already posted on here earlier, so I thought it would be sufficient.

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