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Why the Awlakis Were Killed

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 It wasn’t because Awlaki was trying to take away the freedom of the American people. It was instead because he was opposing the U.S. national-security state’s interventionism in the Middle East and neighboring regions.

The issue is a simple one:

People over there are saying to the Pentagon and the CIA:

Go home. Leave us alone. Close your military bases. Cease your sanctions, embargoes, coups, invasions, occupations, regime-change operations, threats, kidnapping, incarceration, prison camps, torture, and support of our dictators. Just go home and deal with your own problems.

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Comment by TL Winslow
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[It wasn’t because Awlaki was trying to take away the freedom of the American people. It was instead because he was opposing the U.S. national-security state’s interventionism in the Middle East and neighboring regions.] 

Duh, Awlaki was trying to revive horrible ISLAM and its GLOBAL JIHAD, which is an existential threat to the American people. It's too bad that U.S. policy in the Muslim World is so limited and clueless, nevermind the sick lefties who think they're fooling America into appeasing Islam to weaken itself. It's sad to see all the Muslim zombies who are ruined for life, but even more sad to see them routinely spreading it to their children. Long ago the non-Muslim world should have occupied the Muslim World and forced the children to grow up without seeing a Quran or mosque, then released them on probation after giving them a good Western-style secular education, breaking Islam's back and allowing the Muslim World to dissolve, reconfigure, and rejoin the human race. Even the Jewish state of Israel permits Arabs who betray Allah and acknowledge Israel's right to exist to have citizenship.

I got the plan, the Winslow Plan, when people finally find the will:

http://tinyurl.com/winslowplan

 

 


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