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Monday, November 22, 2010

Al-Qaeda: Death by 1,000 papercuts for US economy

Here's something to think about:
In a statement, the Yemen branch of Al Qaeda said it would continue to try and damage Western economies using terrorism and bombs, similar to the “parcel bombs” it attempted to send recently via air freight to the U.S. According to the group, the bombs, part of a plan it called “Operation Hemorrhage,” cost just $4,200 to make and install on the planes.

“To bring down America we do not need to strike big,” the group said in a statement, published on a terrorist-oriented website. “In such an environment of security phobia that is sweeping America, it is more feasible to stage smaller attacks that involve less players and less time to launch and thus we may circumvent the security barriers America worked so hard to erect. This strategy of attacking the enemy with smaller, but more frequent operations is what some may refer to as the strategy of a thousand cuts. The aim is to bleed the enemy to death.”
And the American government and TSA are walking right into it.

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At 4:52 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

With mindless groping that makes Americans look like dhimmis... the Muslim World doesn't have to blow us up.

They can die laughing seeing how we humiliate ourselves for the dubious privilege of flying!


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