Thread: Nat'l Security The United States Embraces Terror
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Old 09-24-2012, 09:50 PM   #11
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I understand the grey areas at work here. I also understand the concept of the enemy of my enemy.

But it does highlight the hilariously stupid angle we take in this country "against" "terrorism." We were allegedly in a war against terrorism at one point. Hysterical.
I agree, It't hypocritical as hell. No way around it.

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I am committed to the concept of helping others out, so long as the end result is a lessening of terror, and an increase in security. I am not remotely convinced that's what's at play here.
Thats the problem with becoming friends with these bad guys because they are an enemy of my enemy, they may turn on you someday.
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