sendtodave: trailerpimp: Yay multiculturalism !Because you never find murderous right wing extremists in European-American culture.The problem here is assimilation, to be sure, but don't get the root cause backwards. They're radicalized because American culture doesn't accept them, not the other way around.
GungFu: I knew it!Where's my prize?I did the math:Pearl Harbor - Us Govt.Oklahoma Bombing - McVeigh (American)911 - US govtChernobyl Nuclear disaster - American industrial espionageFukushima Nuclear disaser - Payback for Pearl Harbour American industrial espionageThat Manning guy - AmericanThe Snowden guy - AmericanSomalia - George Clooney - AmericanTwerking - Miley Cyrus - AmericanObviously, Americans have their sausage fingers deep in the world's political and economic pie.Nigeria - American Shopping Mall copyright infringement.
PunGent: Resident Muslim: BigNumber12: Abu Omar, al-Shabaab military commander in Somalia, denies that there were any Britans or Americans involved in the attack - @BBCAfricaNooo!!!Don't say that!!How else can we justify mistreating immigrants and blatant racism?!We need to stir things up so that we get the beauty like some of the comments here./people will always find an excuse to justifySorry, Muslim isn't a "race", so you don't get to play the racism card.When adherents of a religion call for my death, specifically, responding to that falls more into self-defense than bigotry, imho. YMMV.
Matthew Keene: Rest assured that none of the five will be named Robert Smith.
OtherBrotherDarryl: That means were going to invade ourselves now, right?
cptjeff: FLMountainMan: SirEattonHogg: This is like the fifth time someone mentioned this. Are Americans really that insular that they don't realize that probably most countries in the world have malls atleast in their largest cities?Seriously, what is the big deal? I assume Kenya also has paved highways and tall buildings as well, jeezus.Are non-Americans really so feeble-minded that they for impressions of America from Fark.com posters?As far as insular goes - drive ten hours east of Paris and you'll drive through four or five different nations. Drive ten hours east of El Paso and you'll get to Houston.Nah, it's fairly accurate. Many, if not most, Americans really do think that just about everywhere in Africa is mud huts and loincloths. Take it from somebody who's taken comments from the general populace for a government agency before. By and large, we're pretty stupid about the rest of the world. But don't worry, so are the people in other countries- listen to World Have Your Say on BBC sometime. Everybody around the world is apparently just as dumb about the rest of it. Which is reassuring.
Mrtraveler01: Paris1127: Minneapolis Star-Tribune isn't so sure.FTA:CNN reported Sunday that a Twitter site listing alleged attackers in the siege at a mall in Nairobi, Kenya, included the names of two Minnesotans, but the accuracy of the information was called into question.Jason Straziuso, an Associated Press correspondent in East Africa, tweeted that the names were fake and had come from a bogus Twitter account.CNN had said the list identified two of the alleged hostage-takers as Ahmed Mohamed Isse, 22, of St. Paul, and Abdifatah Osman Keenadiid, 24, of Minneapolis. The names were among nine listed on a Twitter account that later was suspended, CNN reported.That alone should've been a red flag to us.
trailerpimp: Yay multiculturalism !
BravadoGT: Religion of Peace!
TuteTibiImperes: TuteTibiImperes: This is why I have no problem with drone strikes against US citizens involved in terrorist organizations. While they aren't official soldiers in an enemy's armed forces, for all intents and purposes, they're enemy combatants in the war on terror.I should clarify, only those who have gone overseas. If they're involved in terrorist actions on US soil, that should still be a matter for the police/FBI/DHS/insert-government-agency-here.
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