Gaza and Israel IV

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Cueball wrote:
Refuge wrote:

I believe without a doubt Hamas DID put their people inside heavily populated areas such as schools and mosque 's. From a tactical and stragetic  point of view it would be dumb of them not to.  Don't think their too concerned about ethics at this point.  

I just reread your post I believe you misquoted me. I did not say this.  Realigned did. Post #93


Sven wrote:
Fidel wrote:
Sven wrote:

saga wrote:
Frankly, I am so sickened by Israel/US that I hope 'AlQuaeda' does what it says

What would that accomplish? 

Well we can bet that within two hours of another 9-11 level event, al -Qa'eda and OBL, "former" CIA assets in the war of terror ie. "Islamic Gladio" in Central Asia, would be identified as the perpetrators.

 And about four weeks later, a large scale US military attack against a desperately poor, pre-determined thirdworld nation would take place after lightening fast parliamentary debate and planning by Warshington.

Well, that's kinda my point.  Nothing positive would come from an al -Qa'eda attack.  That's why I posed the question to saga.  Why would saga wish for such a thing?

I dont think anyone should wish for such a thing, including legitimate enemies of the empire who should realize by now that it would be desperately poor people and democracy itself paying too high a price. This is no time to be letting our guards down with the forces of darkness menacing democracy the way they always do.

"The correction for that, I suppose, is an attack." -- Donald Rumsfeld

Meanwhile, back at the Homeland Ranch...

"Red Team" Penetrates Nuke Lab's Security, Reaches "Superblock"


During a mock exercise at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), an antiterrorist "red team" breached security and penetrated Building 332, the so-called "Superblock" where some 2,000 pounds of plutonium and weapons-grade uranium are stored. Lab security personnel failed miserably, TIME magazine reported.

Situated in Livermore, California, LLNL is about an hour's drive from San Francisco; approximately seven million people live within a 50 mile radius of the weapons facility. But as the Project on Government Oversight (POGO) disclosed in March,

...the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has given Livermore Lab a waiver so that it does not have to meet the current security requirements devised by the intelligence community. The encroaching residential community surrounding the Lab has made it impossible to properly protect the Lab's weapons quantities of plutonium and highly enriched uranium. ("U.S. Nuclear Weapons Complex: Livermore Homes and Plutonium Make Bad Neighbors," POGO, March 17, 2008)

Making things plausibly easier for America's enemies but a lot tougher for Americans themselves to scrutinize the policies and dangerous and stupid maneuverings of corporate America.

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I accidentally added your response into the quote, since I was really talking about Realigned. Sorry for the confusion.

Refuge Refuge's picture

No problem!

  In that case I would like to know why Realigned believes this "without a doubt" as well. I never thought about his wording (or your wording if you are reading this Realigned).


I guess you'll have to find out in the next thread since this one is long and about to be closed. :)


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