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Djinn Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Feb-18-05 03:16 AM
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21. few people think EVERY act of terrorism is state sponsored
but history does tend to show that a hell of a lot of them are and being the biggest baddie on the block for a while now means that the US a fair amount of bloods on it's hands.

some people here (and elsewhere) think 9/11 was MIHOP or that Mossad did it, some people think the US was involved in Hariri's death, some people belive the world is controlled by the Rothschilds who are giant lizards from outer space (actually probably not too many of that last lot here ;-) ) but I'd say the numbers anywhere that think the CIA is responsible for all of it are pretty low.

The vast majority realise that acts of terroism are committed by a myriad of groups from a handful of pissed off rednecks (see Timothy McVeigh) to religious bampots (see Osama & pals) to intelligence and related agencies (see CIA, ISI,Istakhbarat, Mossad,)

The US (& plenty of other nations too, not looking at you Saudi, Iran, Israel, Pakistan....) have the dubious honour of directly being terrorists and also of ensuring that everything bampots like Al Qaeda get up to (personally I think they're not quite as big and cohesive as we're led to beleive but who knows?) does have atleast a small "intelligence" fingerprint on it, they all have to take atleast some credit for nurturing and helping to finance and arm a scary bunch of wahhabists.

As the behemouth, the US tends to get a lot of attention but it's also because unfortunately they've got a fair bit of "form" ask millions of civilians in South and Central America and South East Asia what they think.

In all, a reasonable amount of sceptism towards the "intelligence" agencies is probably not a bad idea.
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