Journal entries relating to "terrorism"
Sunday, September 7, 2014
It's no secret that this particular anniversary of 911 is as dangerous a time as we have faced in years. ISIL has recruited possibly more than a thousand people carrying US passports, who can enter and leave this country at will. There is no evidence that US intelligence knows who they all are, or perhaps who any of them are.
Saturday, March 15, 2014
I believe that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was either hijacked or experienced an extremely unusual mechanical problem of some kind. If it was hijacked, which is the more likely probability, then it wasn’t done to destroy the plane but to steal it.
The reason I say this is that the passengers were apparently intentionally killed, and there...
Monday, April 15, 2013
The conspiracy theories are already flashing across the internet, and who knows exactly what happened. Just at present, nobody except the perpetrators. What we do know right now is that an act of great cruelty was perpetrated, in the form of detonating bombs that appear to have been designed to destroy people's arms and legs. That is vile...
Sunday, October 28, 2001
Osama bin Laden has always had a single objective. It is not to destroy the United States, but to gain political power. His objective, in directing his spectacular assault against the U.S., was to cause ferocious American reprisals that would outrage Moslem fundamentalists. He has as his objective the toppling of three governments: those of...
Saturday, October 13, 2001
Since Unknowncountry.com began its coverage of 911 and I began reading my 'What I Love About America' statement on the radio, hundreds of people have voted with their feet, quitting my newsletter and abandoning the website.
It has been a hard, hard few weeks in our world, beginning with 911 and ending now with the latest FBI warning that...
Thursday, September 27, 2001
Before September 11, we were one country. Now we are another. In the old America, we were self-assuredly embarking on what was actually a very strange and forked road. On the one hand, our new administration was promoting globalism and free trade. On the other, it was pursuing a policy of isolation and disengagement. It had more-or-less...