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Old 11-02-2011, 01:19 PM   #16
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Re: Militiamen plot terror attack

What about the irony that the political right generally claims to protect us from terrorism yet here are terrorists growing organically out of the far right?
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Old 11-02-2011, 01:32 PM   #17
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What about the irony that the political right generally claims to protect us from terrorism yet here are terrorists growing organically out of the far right?
Kind of, but I think more about the comparisons between the homegrown vs. Muslim terrorists.

When you compare the ideology of the far right homegrown terrorists and far right Muslim terrorists, their overall mindsets (violence to protect belief system) and targets (U.S. government) are similiar they just have different philosophies that fuel their anger/hate.
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Old 11-02-2011, 01:40 PM   #18
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Kind of, but I think more about the comparisons between the homegrown vs. Muslim terrorists.

When you compare the ideology of the far right homegrown terrorists and far right Muslim terrorists, their overall mindsets (violence to protect belief system) and targets (U.S. government) are similiar they just have different philosophies that fuel their anger/hate.
The situation still seems ironic to me. But that analysis is dead-on.
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Old 01-06-2012, 03:06 PM   #19
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Kind of, but I think more about the comparisons between the homegrown vs. Muslim terrorists.
I'd be interested to see your direct comparison between a group that feels threatened by their own Government and a cult that is predicated on being 'spread by the sword'.

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When you compare the ideology of the far right homegrown terrorists and far right Muslim terrorists, their overall mindsets (violence to protect belief system) and targets (U.S. government) are similiar they just have different philosophies that fuel their anger/hate.
Violence to protect a belief system? Possibly from the imbecile Right-wingers. All islamic terrorist groups (that I've ever researched) are just following the fundementals of their book. Check out 9:29 and many verses like it.

They are not protecting their belief system, they are actively expanding it as dictated by their interpretation of religious teachings.

You could also add the metric of sheer volume. I haven't taken a recent head-count of U.S. Right-wing terror groups but I think you'll find it's substatially smaller and significantly less of a threat than that of islam.
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Old 01-20-2012, 02:40 PM   #20
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Good article here

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Old 01-20-2012, 11:18 PM   #21
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Wait, so our piece of shit government makes a deal with some low life child molester to set up a bunch of old men for domestic terrorism?


This should be a land slide for entrapment if I've ever seen one. First, they send a guy in to set up and organize a group (which he does) and leads. Second, he makes the plans and even supplies them with the money because they can't afford it.

Wow. Is our homeland security guys (and FBI) that hard up for arrests? Can't they infiltrate Congress to find some real culprits?
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More home-grown terrorists....

Similar reoccurring theme though.
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