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Old 05-04-2012, 02:35 PM
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Default AL-QAEDA orders the burning of American Forests

This came across the net this morning in my daily Subscription to Arutz Sheva,
an Israeli news paper. It was one of eight stories in today's internet edition. It seems that what I have thought has already BEEN happening in America for the last two years, has now been ordered as a "Battle Plan" by the powers that be, of the Muslim terrorist organizations.
I can only say that if I was in the forest and saw a bunch of people carrying firebombs, REGARDLESS OF RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION, I would disable them, take their bombs, and show them what the trees felt like. In my younger days, I used to FIGHT forest fires. I would NOT stand idly by and allow someone to TORCH the mother.
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8. AL-QAEDA CALLS FOR PA-STYLE ARSON IN AMERICA
by Maayana Miskin

Al-Qaeda is calling on its followers to attack America using methods identical to those used by terrorists targeting Israel. In the latest issue of its English-language magazine, the group calls for large-scale arson attacks.

Inspire magazine articles explain how to use firebombs to start forest fires, and suggests locations within the United States that could be targeted.

Arson attacks are very common in Israel. Palestinian Authority terrorists frequently target Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria, and arson has been used to drive Jews from mixed towns in Israel. Even major cities are not immune.

One particularly severe rash of attacks aimed to prevent firefighters from putting out the Carmel fire. The Carmel fire itself was started by Druze teens, who started the fire unintentionally and decided not to report it. The fire killed 44 people.

The latest Inspire issue urges readers not to be dissuaded by the possibility of murdering innocent civilians, including children. "It is allowed to use poison or other methods of mass killing against the disbelievers who are at war with us," the publication states, quoting Anwar al-Awlaki.

Awlaki and Samir Khan were behind the creation of Inspire. The pair were killed in 2011 in a U.S. strike in Yemen, but the magazine continues to quote them.

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Anybody that would burn down a forest is terminally ill. Let us do the humane thing and put them down.
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Old 05-04-2012, 04:57 PM
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Anybody that would burn down a forest is terminally ill. Let us do the humane thing and put them down.
Oh I would "put them down" but if I caught them in the attempt, I would put them down the SAME way that they wanted to put the forest down.
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I'm more of a stone axe guy myself but whatever floats your boat
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Anybody that would burn down a forest is terminally ill. Let us do the humane thing and put them down.
The irony in this post is almost pathetic.
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I would say don't help terrorists by giving them publicity. Terrorism is just as much about "we will do this" as actually doing it. That said, there's only one way to stop them for good, I suppose.
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I would say don't help terrorists by giving them publicity. Terrorism is just as much about "we will do this" as actually doing it. That said, there's only one way to stop them for good, I suppose.
Darn tootin', rid the world of these nutters and in doing so, protect forests. That's a great day for all
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Hmmm...
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I'm just going to say, a terrorism group resorting to burning down forests to get back at America seems pretty pathetic. And weak.
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If they enjoy keeping their brains in their skulls they'll stay the hell away from our forests. If not, I've got various...utilities that should get the job done.
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So, people are now reacting to such things, since Al Qaeda issued that threat? Funny, that no one (except for perhaps the odd local paper or some localized activist group) said so much as one word, when US companies like Maxxam/Pacific Lumber used diesel-herbicide mix to ensure, that after clear-cutting a region nothing ever grows afterwards?

Or, that they flew with helicopters over forest areas, spraying napalm onto cut-down trees and remains of clear-cutting to start fires (and no, I'm not referring to Vietnam here, but the pacific north-west of the US of A...).

(Both witnessed and described by Julia Butterfly Hill during her squatting Luna)

Currently, the same is happening in Tasmania (Australia), where the remains of clear-cutting are burned using Napalm, too...

However, no one really cares, unless the trigger "Al Qaeda" is used. It's almost like a Pawlowian reaction, that people start slobbering, as soon as they hear that "terrorist" bell ringing. But if "legitimate" companies do the same sh1t, next to no one says or does anything...

This quote never fails to fit: "This... is sad. Very sad only!"

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Governments protect their interests, and terrorists are harmful to those. Publicity. Companies, on the other hand, are completely allowed and protected, no matter how much more wildlife they kill.

The life of the concerned citizen is a hard one.
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So, people are now reacting to such things, since Al Qaeda issued that threat? Funny, that no one (except for perhaps the odd local paper or some localized activist group) said so much as one word, when US companies like Maxxam/Pacific Lumber used diesel-herbicide mix to ensure, that after clear-cutting a region nothing ever grows afterwards?

Or, that they flew with helicopters over forest areas, spraying napalm onto cut-down trees and remains of clear-cutting to start fires (and no, I'm not referring to Vietnam here, but the pacific north-west of the US of A...).

(Both witnessed and described by Julia Butterfly Hill during her squatting Luna)

Currently, the same is happening in Tasmania (Australia), where the remains of clear-cutting are burned using Napalm, too...

However, no one really cares, unless the trigger "Al Qaeda" is used. It's almost like a Pawlowian reaction, that people start slobbering, as soon as they hear that "terrorist" bell ringing. But if "legitimate" companies do the same sh1t, next to no one says or does anything...

This quote never fails to fit: "This... is sad. Very sad only!"

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WRONG, BUNKIE!!! I am 100% behind the tactics of EARTH FIRST!, when it comes to dealing with CORPORATE TERRORISTS. It makes NO DIFFERENCE to me if you are "serving Allah", or your greedy stockholders. If you plan to decimate the forests, than you deserve whatever fate you are dealt by those that cherish the forests, and only support selective, sustainable thinning of the forests.
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Can you crazy zeolost nuts give it a rest? Your beloved leader is dead and your not as organized as you once were. You'll never acheive your goal of getting everyone to beleive in your god.

God Al-queta doesn't make me scared, it just makes me so annoyed. Even If I were in a dangerous place like Isrial, I still wouldn't fear them. They could kill me and I still would believe in what I believe.
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WRONG, BUNKIE!!! I am 100% behind the tactics of EARTH FIRST!, when it comes to dealing with CORPORATE TERRORISTS. It makes NO DIFFERENCE to me if you are "serving Allah", or your greedy stockholders. If you plan to decimate the forests, than you deserve whatever fate you are dealt by those that cherish the forests, and only support selective, sustainable thinning of the forests.
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They're terrorists.

Terrorism is the systematic use of terror, especially as a means of coercion. In the international community, however, terrorism has no universally agreed, legally binding, criminal law definition.[1][2] Common definitions of terrorism refer only to those violent acts which are intended to create fear (terror), are perpetrated for a religious, political or, ideological goal; and deliberately target or disregard the safety of non-combatants (civilians).

If you oppose terrorism that doesn't match your ideology but are all for that which does, you are a hypocrite.
The term "terrorist" is thrown around a lot in a way that means "anyone I don't like" as in your post in regards to actions that, while wrong, are not terrorism. Claiming they are both devalues the seriousness of actual terrorism and makes you look ignorant.
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