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So what is the implication for the current threat?

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Submitted by stanley b (United States), Jan 22, 2012 at 17:57

Myth, Everything you say is true and correct. What then are the implications of the future and current threats? Is a terror attack here or there acceptable vis a vis the bombings you describe? Do we wait for it to escalate or just ignore it until it gets bad enough?

I dont think that we can measure things by scale any longer. The threats we experience now are not clear cut outside threats, they are within our communites in homegrown terrorism and in honor killings and the like.

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