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Tollison

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Protection of your country
« on: August 30, 2013, 12:45:58 am »
Why is it important for your country to be adequately defended?

In my opinion we should have adequate defense for our country at the country, and to advance our productivity in the workplaces of the modern world to acquire more free time for its citizens.

If a terrorist group wants to hide in the holes of another country then we must bomb them.  Guilty by association without reporting it to higher authorities in a reasonable time. 

To protect against terrorism from outside of our own country is to justify eliminating the lives, liberties, and the pursuit of happiness of innocent people including our own citizens and citizens of our enemies.

If there was adequate defense of the United States we wouldn't have been hijacked of our planes.  Which raises the question as to what technology we had at the time to defend against hijackings?

IDK.  I'll look it up later on the official report.

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koala

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Re: Protection of your country
« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2013, 01:43:39 am »
9/11: A Conspiracy Theory Check that out Tolli only 5 mins

You know what they say anyway... one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter. :)

I do believe countries should look after their interests (which isn't always in the interests of the citizenry at large but more so with the whoever is in power especially true in US) and have the means to defend their territory but.. I most certainly do not believe in the "War on Terror" or the UN's doctrine of Responsibility to Protect (R2P). This is hypocrisy at it's finest..

R2P: Imperial Conquest by another name
« Last Edit: August 30, 2013, 04:03:04 am by koala »

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Re: Protection of your country
« Reply #2 on: August 30, 2013, 02:25:47 am »
I don't think terrorism would be a reasonable threat if the country was reasonable. The US, as well as the western world, has interfered with regions associated with terrorism for the last century, pitting people against people, arming specific groups, etc. And we did so not for some moral reason that they may identify with, we did it solely for economic gain.

There is a reason the Twin Towers were attacked: they were a system of capitalistic greed.

I believe we have a large military because it is economically profitable for some individuals who happen to have a lot of influence (because, of course, of their money).

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Re: Protection of your country
« Reply #3 on: August 30, 2013, 03:16:08 am »
So pre 9/11 we used a walkthrough metal detector and if it gave off a signal you would be scanned by someone using a wand.  If you clear that then you are good to go.

From what I read two men that were of the suspected terrorists were buzzed on the walkthrough and cleared the wand.  That doesn't make sense.

Also we have no idea how they entered the cockpit.  The cockpit is supposed to be locked at all times.

My theory is that the Captains left it unlocked therefore allowing intuition to win on the side of the terrorists.  All they had to do was open the door.

I just don't believe that we are the winners in the terrorism feud. 

I suppose we already did what we were supposed to do.  We killed Bin Laden.  It's time for our troops to come home.  We should have bombed Pakistan from the start.


 

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