Saturday, November 26, 2011

US still allows terrorists to recruit over the internet

How is it that the U.S. Department of Defense can target individuals within al Qaida but can’t shut down their websites?
The latest al Qaida online magazine, “Inspire,” directed by the late Anwar al-Awlaki and Samir Khan, includes a plea for any jihadist wannabe to make triacetone triperoxide (TATP) — a powerful explosive — as well as a color, fold-out recipe with mixing instructions and a list of places to buy the over-the-counter ingredients.
Well-meaning professionals often argue that these websites ... allow us to monitor these jihadist groups.

This excuse ranks right up there with Mignini's insulting "saving face" excuse, and the ATF's "gun walking" excuse. The real reason these websites are allowed to continue is that "Islamic terrorism" is an appendage of NATO intelligence, which needs terrorism to continue its perpetual "war on terror" which is actually a Satanic reign of terror.