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al-Qaeda's 9/11 victory continues apace

Reader comment on item: Sudden Jihad or "Inordinate Stress" at Ft. Hood?

Submitted by Pablo Schwartz (United States), Nov 13, 2009 at 01:48

Just days after the "Fort Hood Shooter" story broke, the U.S. Justice Department targeted what is perhaps the largest Shia foundation in North America. To the misinformed American in the street, this is good news: "serves them right!" .. except that this action does nothing more than embolden the House of Saud in their multi-billion dollar takeover of Islam. Wahhabism, the state religion of the Saudi kingdom, is an 18th century cult that despises the Shia as much as does Jews and Christians.

I am not suggesting that the American government is doing "contract work" for al-Qaeda in knocking off their enemies. No, I believe they're doing it purely for free. As for the Army psychiatrist and his "stress reaction," I have no idea what's going on in the field of government-sponsored psychiatry these days, but back in the day it was something juicy indeed (Richard Helms wiped the slate clean with a document-shredding party in 1973).

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