Market Testing the Next 9/11

Notice that it is “Republicans” and “experts” (read, neo-con lobbyists for defense companies) essentially saying another 9/11 is inevitable and it’s going to come from this new group, ISIS. ISIS used to be an “official Al Qaeda” franchise, and the US supported them against Assad. But now that they are going off the reservation, the “Official Al Qaeda” has disowned ISIS.

Yes, you heart that right. Official Al Qaeda supports ISIS when they are doing what the US wants, but they get kicked out of “Official Al Qaeda” when they do something the US doesn’t like. 12 years after 9/11, a decade after Usama Bin Laden was outed as a long time CIA operative, and people are still falling for this.

Well, Republicans are. Conservatives are. Xian-Zionist cultists are. You know, the dimmest of people.

Will ISIS plan a 9/11-style terror plot against the U.S.?

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/will-isis-plan-a-911-style-terror-plot-against-the-u-s/

Republicans are sounding the warning that the next 9/11-like terror plot could emerge from the regions of Iraq and Syria that are currently dominated by an extremist group bearing down on Baghdad.

“The seeds of 9/11s are being planted all over Iraq and Syria,” [Miss] Graham said. “They want an Islamic caliphate that runs through Syria and Iraq…and they plan to drive us out of the Mideast by attacking us here at home.”

6 thoughts on “Market Testing the Next 9/11

    1. @CMC

      NYC running lotsa ‘if you see something, say something,’ commercials lately.

      Did you know that the original “See Something Say Something” poster campaign in post-9/11 NYC was purposefully modeled after “Soviet Realist” art? It was even commented on at the time.

      George W. Bush was the most openly pro-Communist president the US ever had.

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      1. At face value at least GW Bush seemed to have a few pro-White instincts. One, he seemed genuinely pro-2nd Amendment. After Katrina’s gun grab, he signed a law that forbid gun confiscation unless there was not imminent threat to life. Two, he appeared to genuinely dislike affirmative action; it was clear he didn’t have any use for blacks. Three, he respected men in the military.

        You can be cynical about that last one, but at that point the armed forces were still popularly assocuated with White masculinity and tradition.

        None of the above is meant to endorse him or his criminal family. In my view, a declared adversary like the Dems does us more good than the false friend GOP.

        The one thing that made me despise W’s administration above all other factors, and why I deem him a traitor, was family’s prime directive to replace Whites with Indio-Mestizos.

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      2. @PA

        I dunno. They used to brag about having “the most diverse cabinet in history.” And yes, count me as quite skeptical of the idea he respected men in the military.

        at that point the armed forces were still popularly associated with White masculinity and tradition.

        It was under Bush that the military first adopted the image of ultra-diversity. Every black officer they could find was put on TV and they made a big deal about the first soldier killed which was a black guy from DC. The fawning over Powell and Rice. Even if you just took the Bush administration at face value, they strove to be ultra-PC.

        Plus, there is just a lot of truth to the idea that Bush Jr. was an incompetent buffoon way over his head. Bush Sr. – a super criminal – seemed to be quite competent.

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