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How Can the U.S. be at War with Al-Qaeda and Support It?

• Lew Rockwell blog

Barack Obama has stated that the U.S. is at war with al-Qaeda. I suggest that the interested reader search google on "U.S. supports al qaeda in libya" and then on "U.S. supports al qaeda in Syria". These will lead one into articles verifying that the U.S. has provided material support to terrorists that call themselves al-Qaeda or otherwise link themselves to this term, whatever organization of umbrella beliefs it stands for.

How can the U.S. be at war with al-Qaeda and be providing material support to it in overthrowing governments in Libya and Syria? It cannot. How can the U.S. be at war with al-Qaeda and maintain Saudi Arabia as a close ally, when that country is a major source of al-Qaeda people and teaching?


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Comment by TL Winslow
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There is no point in declaring war against Al-Qaida if we don't declare war against Islam as a threat to the U.S. Constitution and our way of life. Until then no matter what we do we're losing ground daily, because Islam already declared war on us long ago, in the days of Muhammad. Islam's victory is to steal our very identity and replace it with theirs, like the Borgs in Star Trek.

Here is step 1 to win a final victory against Islam:

"Congress shall have the power to make laws restricting the free exercise of religions other than Christianity and Judaism, including but not limited to Islam." - the proposed Winslow Amendment to the U.S. Constitution