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Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2001 at 3:03 PM
U.S. War Against 60 "Terrorists Countries"
US war against 60 "trerrorists countries"
" The United States notified the U.N. Security Council that anti-terrorism strikes may extend beyond Afghanistan. U.S. officials did not elaborate. But White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer said: "This is not just about one man. This is about an entire network that has people in places in some 60 countries." "
Reported the LA times today...i wonder if in that count of 60 countries, the US is included? Remember Oklahoma.--US born & bred.
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Anti-terrrorism within the US (english)
by Al 9:23am Tue Oct 9 '01
Yes, the war on terrorism will extend inside the US borders and already has in speed approval of even more repressive laws much like many other countries and even more heavy handedness in controling any dissent within the population through every possible means including surveilance.
This will be an excuse to wage War on Americans too. The kind people who see the possibility of a world free of unjust wars.
Fighting on multiple fronts (english)
by marco 9:29am Tue Oct 9 '01
Most empires have fallen when the world community
gets them to fight on two fronts at the same time.
The US gov't is losing deniability in not just
Afganistan and Iraq, but Colombia and god knows
where else as well right now. For a decade or more
the US has been fighting on not just two fronts,
but many many fronts. Does it have to actually
declare war on two fronts to fall?
In so many words, the Untied States has added
"terrorism" as its second front.
Am I seeing what I think I'm seeing?
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