Sep 30, 2011

"Anwar al-Awlaki videos will be out there on the internet forever, inspiring others. That's all it takes to radicalize." - Evan Kohlmann, kosher MSNBC "security analyst"


This dude was born in America, went to San Diego college, was arrested for solicitation of prostitution twice in California
"Anwar al-Awlaki videos will be out there on the internet forever, inspiring others. That's all it takes to radicalize." - Evan Kohlmann, kosher MSNBC "security analyst"
Evan "Hymie" Kohlmann
In other words, all it takes for a person to "radicalize" is to watch YouTube videos.
If that's the case, then the 1,544,328 people who watched a single video showing Israeli soldiers abusing Palestinians are ripe for radicalization because they might get upset over Palestinians being abused.
We all live in a Cause and Effect Universe. In this instance, Jewish desire to create a racially-pure Jewish state on Palestinian land was the Cause, and the subsequent expectant upheaval and reprisals on the Invaders Israel are the Effect.
So why in the world would the Israelis expect Peace standing on "stolen blood land?"
So why in the world would the Israelis expect America to pay for Israel's illegal occupation of the Palestinian territories and all the costly military equipment Israel can buy from select American defense contractors?Holocaust sympathy? Contractor kickbacks? ZOG mandate?
Why would anyone expect anything other than all the war the defenseless Palestinians can muster?
Even under int'l law, the Occupied have a right to use ".....any means necessary" to evict the illegal Occupying Force.
Just think, instead of the poor defenseless Palestinians having only bottles, rocks and glorified fireworks to "attack Israel" with, what if they had ICBMs, and an Air Force armed with nuclear weapons? Would Israel behave then? Would Israel become an instant convert to the policy of "Mutally Assured Destruction" with the Palestinians?
Why would anyone expect Palestinians and any other peace-loving person to keep their mouths shut about the abuse, murder and occupation of the Palestinian people at the hands of the U.S. and Israeli governments?
And is it any wonder? Wouldn't you consider it "normal" or even "predictable" that if a foreign army attacks and displaces a million people from their land and homes, wouldn't you imagine those people will remain eternally pissed at the Evil Evictors? If those people did nothing, THAT would be unnatural.
bin Laden said, "It is normal for us to react to the forces that occupy our land, kill our people and steal our natural resources."
Let me tell you what ISN'T "normal." It is certainly "abnormal" for ZOG to expect and demand that Palestinians "keep their mouths shut" in complaint of their personal Occupying Evildoers. How dare their victims utter a sound in protest, much less demand justice!
Unfortunately, our government officials want to kill folks opposed to U.S.-Israeli foreign policy; folks who are willing to do something about the illegal military occupations.
How many of those U.S. government officials are Israeli-Firsters, pro-Israeli and/or under the political influence of AIPAC?
Probably most of them. Certainly our American Congress is Zionist Occupied Government.

Anwar al-Awlaki (also spelled Aulaqi; Arabic: أنور العولقيAnwar al-'Awlaqī; April 22, 1971 – September 30, 2011)[4][11] was a Yemeni-American[12] imam who was an engineer and educator by training.[13][14] According to U.S. officials, he was a senior talent recruiter and motivator who was involved with planning operations for the Islamist militant group al-Qaeda.[3][9][15][16][17][18] He was implicated in helping to motivate at least three attacks on U.S. soil,[19] and was the first U.S. citizen to be approved for targeted killing, in direct violation of the United States Constitution.[20][21][22][23] With a blog, a Facebook page, and many YouTube videos, he had been described as the "bin Laden of the Internet".[24][25] Obama described Awlaki as "the leader of external operations for Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula".[4]

Al-Awlaki reportedly spoke with, trained, and preached to a number of al-Qaeda members and affiliates, including three of the 9/11 hijackers,[26] alleged Fort Hood shooter Nidal Malik Hasan,[27][28] and alleged "Christmas Day bomber" Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab;[29][30][31] he was also reportedly involved in planning the latter's attack.

According to U.S. officials, al-Awlaki was promoted to the rank of "regional commander" within al-Qaeda in 2009.[6][32] He repeatedly called for jihad against the United States.[33][34] In April 2010, U.S. President Barack Obama approved Al-Awlaki's targeted killing,[20][21][22] an action unsuccessfully challenged by al-Awlaki's father and civil rights groups.[35]

Al-Awlaki was believed to be in hiding in Southeast Yemen in the last years of his life.[36] The Yemenese government began trying him in absentia in November 2010, for plotting to kill foreigners and being a member of al-Qaeda, and a Yemeni judge ordered that he be captured "dead or alive".[36][37] U.S. unmanned drones were deployed in Yemen to search for and kill him,[38] firing at and failing to kill him at least once,[39] before killing him in a drone attack in Yemen on September 30, 2011.[11]


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