Who is “the enemy”?

In a bit of a shocker, Mr Manning was acquitted of Aiding the Enemy, the Enemy apparently being everyone without secret clearances. He was convicted of the lesser charges, some of which he already plead guilty to.

Much of what he disclosed was the ugly underbelly of the US State Department saying publicly it was doing one thing, while doing the opposite in private.

I don’t think the people in charge yet realize that many people don’t accept the notion that ‘terrorism’ is the biggest threat to the future of the United States.

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26 Responses to Who is “the enemy”?

    • Art Stone says:

      Stay out the Bushes!

      • Nidster says:

        And, keep a low profile or da Libs will getcha.

        • CC1s121LrBGT says:

          …and don’t get steam rolled by “king of bacon”.

          • Nidster says:

            “Regarding the 43 cases of contractors with militant (Taliban and al-Qaeda in Afghanistan) connections, Sopko said the Army should “enforce the rule of common sense” in its suspension and debarment program.”

          • Art Stone says:

            This is not news to listeners of John Batchelor.

            First, the Taliban and Al Quada are very different things. The Taliban are the indigenous Pashtun tribesmen. Al Queda are Arabs from Saudi Arabia and Yemen.

            Both are Muslims and the Taliban did allow Al Qaeda to train in their territory – but it is pretty clear the organizing force behind 9/11 was the ISI, the Pakistani secret police.

            The only long term solution in Afghanistan is the one George Bush said was unacceptable. Afghanistan was an artificial creation British Colonialism. It needs to be broken apart. As long as the country is run from Kabul in the North, the Pashtun will be at war with the government and those who support it. The only way the US was able to get any toehold in Southern Afghanistan was to pay the Pashtun tribal leaders for protection, the same people who were blowing up our convoys.

            The Pashtun living in Pakistan would likely prefer to join with their kindred spirits in Afghanistan – that would end a lot if Pakistan’s internal problems, since they are already unable to govern the Pashtun parts if their country.

            Would a contiguous Pashtun country be more of a threat to the area and the world than Afghanistan today? Perhaps. Or maybe they’ll just be content to wander the mountains herding sheep and living in the 11th century

          • Nidster says:

            Thanks for the info on that subject. Wish I had more time to listen to John Batchelor.

            Things become more clear once we realize the goal of the Western Banksters was to carve up the majority Muslim countries in a convoluted fashion in order to keep them fighting amongst themselves. Guess what? The Plan is working very successfully, so far.

            The goal of the Immigration Bill is to flood America with legal, low skilled workers who will compete with low skilled Americans for jobs. I think you’ve mentioned more than once regarding the simmering animosity between Hispanics and Blacks. Things could easily flare-up, especially with Liberals striking matches all over the place and fanning the flames.

    • Art Stone says:

      I’m shocked! Art Bell is unretiring again?

      The most interesting detail was the show will be from his house in Nevada, meaning he is no longer living in the Phillipines. Does this mean his young bride has become an American or have they parted ways?

      • CC1s121LrBGT says:

        It was interesting that he commented in Noory’s show. While I liked Art’s show, one of the things I like most about Noory’s is the politics and economics… Let’s not forgot Bush 41 talking about the voodoo of Reagan’s deficit economics. 😉

        • Art Stone says:

          I thought that was interesting he took a shot at Noory. Maybe Art wanted to unretire before and Noory refused to give up the show. It was only about a month ago Noory and Premiere announced a new very long term contract

          • lasong says:

            Also I noticed on Tuesday when the news broke that Noory does not mention Art Bell’s name anymore when he signs off for the night.

          • CC1s121LrBGT says:

            I hadn’t noticed that, lasong – good catch. I did notice last night he was rerunning old interviews. For Noory to rerun you old interview last night, you had to be dead…. I think he is sensitive to Art Bell’s criticism.

  1. CC1s121LrBGT says:

    If a bomb blows up a wedding, is it a terrorist event? Does if matter whether the bomb was delivered by a car or an drone?

  2. Parrott says:

    Barry Soetoro

  3. Nidster says:

    Who is “the enemy”?

    Those who against the common people.

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