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Submitted by John Harman (Canada), Jul 6, 2004 at 18:03

I have been reading Daniel Pipes work now for about four years and it seems to me that he has written about this stupid behaviour on the part of the FBI and other agencies at least a dozen times without any noticeable change in the level of stupidity. I think that the point that is being missed is that some people who come to the US from Arab countries perceive the concern for human rights that exists in the United States as an opportunity. It wouldn't be outrageous to suppose that this perception has led some mid east leaders to believe that the US could be effectively disarmed merely by citing the various constitutional protections for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Imams in pulpits around the world, including those in the US, tell their congregations of the inevitability of Islam to overcome the immoral masses of the US.
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Title Commenter Date Thread
Ulterior Motives [87 words]D BirdJul 15, 2004 18:0815976
state employees [115 words]Donald OranjJul 13, 2004 21:0115957
FBI infiltrated by Islamists? [53 words]HassanJul 10, 2004 16:3515942
Show them the door! [95 words]S.C.PandaJul 9, 2004 05:4615931
Excellent point. [3 words]Boris FrenkelJul 9, 2004 00:2415928
Arabs and Muslims [66 words]ParvizJul 7, 2004 21:2115922
Shocking [35 words]Byron LieberwitzJul 6, 2004 22:5115913
It may not be quite as simple as that [88 words]Boris EpsteinJul 6, 2004 21:0615912
Insanity:Doing the same thing and expecting a different result [133 words]Darwin BarrettJul 6, 2004 19:2515911
Islam and Terrorism [92 words]S MikhailJul 6, 2004 19:1715910
No change in behavior [150 words]John HarmanJul 6, 2004 18:0315909
Marwan Kreidie's positions [56 words]Robert S. WeissJul 6, 2004 17:4215908
Dereliction of Duty by the FBI [640 words]Richard WingJul 6, 2004 14:1315907
Thanks for your efforts [40 words]Mike AksmanJul 6, 2004 13:4015905
American? [324 words]Kyle GosnellJul 6, 2004 13:2115903
Mainstream Media must talk the talk [466 words]Edwina E. McCall Captain Army NurseJul 6, 2004 11:4315902
Kreidie getting greedy? [89 words]Lloyd Lionel KleinJul 6, 2004 11:2815901
FBI/CIA [89 words]Kim SegarJul 6, 2004 10:3415900
Sitting on the fence? [192 words]Louise KostrinskyJul 6, 2004 10:3315899
friends of liberalism [15 words]helen morrellJun 21, 2007 21:1815899
Federal Bureau of Incompetence [63 words]Arlinda DeAngelisJul 6, 2004 09:3015896
Bush faltering on his war on terror [425 words]Steve KleinJul 6, 2004 08:0715894

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