Nearly ten years after 9/11, America can be congratulated on having intelligence services that were able to track down Bin Laden. America can also be congratulated on having brave military who, in very difficult circumstances, risked their lives for the values they sincerely believe in and for their country.
I don’t think however that America has to be congratulated on having a government that ironically gave loads of US taxpayers’ money to a country in which the world’s No 1 terrorist apparently felt safe to hide for many years. I also don’t think America has to be congratulated on having a government that issued contradictory reports on the confrontation between Bin Laden and the Navy Seals.
I can imagine that everyone who lost loved ones or whose lifes were dramaticly changed in another way in September 2001, will feel justice has been done, now the man who caused so much grief is no more.
Yet given the seriousness of the problem of terrorism, you need to know everything there is to know about it, when you want to solve it, or at least, diminish the problem as much as possible. So it’s very unfortunate it’s not possible to hear what the Al Qaeda man had to say about his motives during a trial, as high intelligence and deadly fanaticism have always constituted the most problematic combination in politics.
As from chapter 5.14.10 in Part 2, you’ll find how I am explaining the Western response to 9/11 from the perspective of my theory on Mosaic rule.
Previously on this thread:
In August 2010, I wrote letters to Britain’s three main parties, asking them what they are doing to protect the British people against Torahism. Labour and the Liberal Democrats didn’t react, but the Conservatives did. See page 3 and 4 of this thread for my letter, the reply of the Tories and my analysis of their reply.
Britain faces the threat of Anglocide
Long live the Jews, down with Torahism
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