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Al-Qaida to use anti-war rallies as cover?FBI bulletin warns of security-surveillance tactics
WorldNetDaily.com ^ | March27, 2003 | Paul Sperry

Posted on 03/27/2003 5:50:22 PM PST by FairOpinion

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To: FairOpinion
More "peace" from the left wing....

SAN DIEGO -- San Diego police officers are looking for someone who allegedly vandalized a North Park home because of the owner's political views.

The owner of the home, Stan Stafford, told NBC 7/39 that on Monday night someone threw red paint on his house, scrawled the word "fascist" on a Bush/Cheney sign in his front yard, dumped oil on his lawn, and left a note reading "blood for oil." His car was also broken into, and someone stole a flag from his roof.

Stafford told NBC 7/39 he believes the same person or people are responsible for all the damage. He said he thinks it may have started back during the 2000 presidential election when someone left notes criticizing George W. Bush at his door.

But Stafford said the vandalism incident has a silver lining. People with all kinds of opinions about the war in Iraq and President Bush have stopped by to speak out against the vandalism and to offer help.

51 posted on 03/27/2003 8:56:51 PM PST by concerned about politics (Anti-American protestors are inbread liberal Notsosmartso's.)
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To: FairOpinion
I don't expect to see the Al Qaeda at a "puke in". They are some thing the Al Qaeda just won't do,
52 posted on 03/27/2003 9:03:00 PM PST by oyez (This country is too good for some people.....)
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To: FairOpinion
Today, I was visiting with a Naturalized Vietnamese American, my friend. He and I, when together, discuss world affairs, and peculiarities... we both commented at the same time, how the communists have infiltrated and convinced these "peace protesting" youth across America, to speak out against our government. He could point out the communists, while watching tv., who we have now realized that belong or run A.N.S.W.E.R, and who mostly here in the Bay Area of SF, are based out of Berkeley, and out of Detroit, Michigan. The funding for these rallies has been traced, supposedly to them. He then told me that in Viet Nam, that is how the communists began with their campaign. With the youth. He stated that our media, with the exception of some on FOX, were all communist sympathizers!He saw many atrocities, including the betrayel of "Hanoi Jane" with the American POW's. The Vietnamese people were waiting for her in Saigon, hoping she would show, so they could "beat her up for her treachery." She canceled and came home.
We could all learn from a former resident of a communist nation. I will continue to beg him to write about this, for the benefit of our people. (He also noted all of the propaganda the teachers of our children, are spewing and sending home. I can vouch for this, as my kids repeat the discussions at home, and I have personnally heard teachers at the school!) Great post and thanks.
53 posted on 03/27/2003 9:38:46 PM PST by Terridan (God, help us deliver these Islamic savage animals BACK into hell where they belong...)
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To: potlatch
Me and several of my buds were hanging out together one weekend in Atlanta, Ga, on Peach Tree Blvd. We had just got back from Vietnam, after a tour of duty with the 173d Airborne Brigade (the same unit that just took the airfield in northern Iraq). Not doing anything, except waiting for our 2 friends to come out of the White Castle with some burgers & fries. We were suddenly arrested, thrown into jail (no rights read to us, no explanation) and finally were told--the next day-- we had been in violation of "The Safe Street and Sidewalk Act." Sound like something you might like to see happen?
We had military ID, told em we had just got back from Nam, no matter, hey...the ID's, they could have been fakes...right? No other charges--as we had not been doing anything. After a few days in jail, the MP's from Atlanta's Ft McPherson heard we were there--and came and got us out. We then returned to Ft Campbell, KY. The cops blatantly lied to the judge, said we had been "impeding" traffic going in and out of the burger place--which was a complete lie, they were total jerks. Incidentally, they all were wearing the American flag (as was I!).
54 posted on 03/28/2003 12:12:43 AM PST by JPop ("The Herd")
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To: JPop
there are some cops who rate themselves way too high on the totem pole. to that type, Soldiers are one notch below Citizen.
55 posted on 03/28/2003 6:14:04 AM PST by packrat01 (fix 'em good. Call 'em "Sir." Say "No thank you", and "Please". They hate that...)
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To: concerned about politics
"FOX --A group of Vermont teen-agers threw rocks at a uniformed female Vermont National Guard sergeant last week, in the latest example of a service member facing hostility in the United States."

This same thing happened to me outside the gates of Ft. Lewis in Tacoma during Desert Storm. It really demoralizes the Soldiers. But many in that town made up for the useful idiots by treating us all with tons of respect and admiration. I would end up having so many "rounds" bought that I couldn't keep up with it.

God Bless our Soldiers and keep guiding our President.


56 posted on 03/28/2003 7:30:34 AM PST by CSM
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To: Black Agnes
Are we surprised by this? I must sheepishly admit that I am. Guess I'm still in the pre 9/11 mindset to some extent. Had better wake up fast!
57 posted on 03/28/2003 7:56:37 AM PST by StarFan
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To: blam
they would just blame it on a "right wing, rush listening, Timothy McVeigh type". I guaran-damn-tee it.
58 posted on 03/28/2003 8:03:54 AM PST by Charlie OK
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To: Terridan
He could point out the communists, while watching tv., ...

Interestingly, the communists recognize us on sight as well.

Way back just before X42 started bombing the Serbs in support of the Islaminazi KLA crime syndicate, I went to a protest of Gore in San Jose. I had thought freepers would be there as well as some folks from KSFO, but it was mostly Serbs and International Something Or Other.

They had a stack of signs, including the one of X42 dressed up like Hitler. The rank and file were pretty friendly and shared their signs with me, but there was a small cadre of women (non-Serbs) International blah blah who were instantly hostile to me.

I was dressed in jeans, my jewelry consisted of small earrings and my wedding ring (they had plenty of big rings among them), and I was absolutely there in good faith to protest the Clinton/Gore rape of the Serbian people.

I was with them on the one issue we were there to protest so how did they know I wasn't one of them?

60 posted on 03/28/2003 8:38:37 AM PST by Sal
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To: FairOpinion
– Al-Qaida operatives may mix in with anti-war demonstrators -

I thought they were already there??
61 posted on 03/28/2003 8:39:33 AM PST by Ga Rob ("Consensus is the ABSENCE of Leadership" The Iron Lady)
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To: FairOpinion
Keep an eye out for all - I mean all - arabs or muslim-appearing types, regardless of where you are.
62 posted on 03/28/2003 9:08:05 AM PST by astounded
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To: so_real
"Oh boy. This is a tough one. Would it be worth losing a national monument to have several thousand of those anti-patriotic, country-loathing, fantasy-land hippies wiped out? And maybe those not wiped out would finally see that normal people and terrorists can't ever "just get along". No ... I suppose not. I can't wish ill like that on anyone; in their own misguided way, some of them might actually think they are doing something good. It's possible."

I agree. Also coming to mind is the idea of these anti-American protesters being martyred in some fashion, and that would be just awful...


63 posted on 03/28/2003 9:16:47 AM PST by rocky88
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To: packrat01
I like the "totem pole," image, it fits.
I guess, perhaps, we were simply confused (having just returned from combat). We somehow assumed we were more or less on equal footing; guess they showed us! :-)
64 posted on 03/28/2003 9:42:59 AM PST by JPop ("The Herd")
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To: FairOpinion
No surprise. I wouldn't be surprised if demo organizers linked to Al Quaeda.
65 posted on 03/28/2003 11:35:30 AM PST by white trash redneck
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To: Mo1
Perhaps it soon will be necessary to call out "the militia," if'n ya git muh drift....
66 posted on 03/28/2003 11:38:42 AM PST by tracer (/b>)
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To: astounded
Even if I'm in a synagogue??
67 posted on 03/28/2003 11:40:07 AM PST by tracer (/b>)
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To: oyez
"I don't expect to see the Al Qaeda at a "puke in". They are some thing the Al Qaeda just won't do..."

Not to mention that it would make them hungry and homesick...

68 posted on 03/28/2003 11:43:47 AM PST by tracer (/b>)
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To: FairOpinion
The terrorist organizations, such as those linked to Sami Al Arian are an integral part of the anti-war groups, such as Not in Our Name. Here is a link to an article which details these links. Bookmark it for future reference, there's a lot of important information in this article.

Not in Our name and the Worldwide Terrorism Web

69 posted on 03/28/2003 11:54:42 AM PST by Eva
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To: FairOpinion; kphockey2; n.y.muggs
bump!!
70 posted on 03/28/2003 2:16:29 PM PST by Dutchy
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To: JPop
Sound like something you might like to see happen?

Certainly not! It sounds like an unusual occurrence, could the police have known you were Vietnam Vets? I know many were treated badly after they returned.

People were acting then as badly as they are now, and you were in jail longer than the protesters who commit civil disobedience now!!

I heard a protest leader on TV, tell O'Reilly that they were going to 'do things', and you can see that they are breaking laws now. Thanks for your service in Viet Nam!!

71 posted on 03/28/2003 6:36:57 PM PST by potlatch (If you want to love living - you've got to live loving...)
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To: potlatch
Potlatch, I appreciate both the reply--and the thanks (that is not why I wrote, but I appreciate it!).

Could the police have known we were Vietnam Vets? you asked? YES..they KNEW, unless (perhaps?) they were not only liars, but deaf too!! I mean we TOLD THEM we were Nam vets (like about 50 times!), we had military ID, we LOOKED "military types," (as we were, active duty paratroopers).

My real point is, despite the good "intent" of laws that "aim to prevent" public disturbances, like Atlanta's "Safe Street and Sidewalk Act," the laws CAN be and ARE easily abused. It was VERY upsetting. They not only did not (refused to!) read us our rights, refused to even tell us what we did wrong (nothing), we later learned, under the Safe Street and Sidewalk Act, they were not required to even TELL us anything--for 72 hours!!!!!

So, when people talk about "passing laws" (the Patriot Act? what a JOKE!!!) to protect me?? I say--I am MUCH more afraid of Ashcroft and the FBI, part of Dubya's own personal axis of evil, than I am of "the terrorists."

Let's not forget we DO as AMERICANS have RIGHTS, that is what we supposedly fought for, right? If we disagree with the government we should say so--we enjoy THE RIGHT to do that.

Being PRO american, is not, necessarily, the same as being PRO government--especially when our own Ruling Regime is power-hungry old men--suffering from fear, and using FEAR as a way to appeal to Americans--as a front for taking away our rights. It is disgusting.

Who is going to protect us from our "protectors"?? The Bill of Rights--thats who. That is my point.
Proud American Vet
173d Airborne--Nam
Wounded twice
72 posted on 03/28/2003 7:28:53 PM PST by JPop ("The Herd")
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To: FairOpinion
Interesting that the FBI didn't stop to think that Al-Qaida operatives might attend the pro-war rallies too! They could put on little "Arabs against Saddam" signs and recieve back slaps from patriotic marchers while conducting the same information gathering activities.
73 posted on 03/28/2003 7:38:49 PM PST by Pitchfork
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To: Pitchfork
EXACTLY.
74 posted on 03/28/2003 7:42:43 PM PST by JPop ("The Herd")
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To: Pitchfork
Don't give them any ideas!

Besides, they wouldn't be comfortable, but with the anti-war group of Motley fools, they fit right in: they all hate America.
75 posted on 03/28/2003 7:43:11 PM PST by FairOpinion
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To: JPop
Sorry, JPop, I forgot to turn my pager on and just saw this. I guess, as an older woman, I am alarmed at the anger and division in our country. I've never seen it quite like this before!

The protests are getting out of hand and don't solve anything, as the war IS going on. The liberals beliefs and objectives scare me for the future of my children and grandchildren.

As a Texan, I believe Bush to be a moral man, and pray each day that he is 'guided' to do the right thing. Probabily, when I 'speak', it is based more on feelings than on constitutional rights.

Thanks for listening to my point of view. Regards, Carol

76 posted on 03/28/2003 8:24:51 PM PST by potlatch (If you want to love living - you've got to live loving...)
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To: Sal
I think its about time the rest of us get "savy" before we get "savyed" out! ;)
Stay well, and God bless.
Terri
77 posted on 03/28/2003 8:25:23 PM PST by Terridan (God, help us deliver these Islamic savage animals BACK into hell where they belong...)
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To: potlatch
You're most welcome, Carol.

And thanks for listening to my points, too.

Regards,
78 posted on 03/28/2003 8:42:44 PM PST by JPop ("The Herd")
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To: JPop
riiiiight. they sure showed you.

they wouldn't even see the irony if it was explained to them.

thanks for serving.
79 posted on 04/02/2003 9:43:29 AM PST by packrat01
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To: packrat01
Thanks for the post...

I'm glad there are people (you, for example) who who caught the humor (sarcasm?)!!!

Seeing the 173d Airborne jump into Iraq made a lot of us vets, especially old paras, I think--get goose bumps!!!
80 posted on 04/02/2003 6:01:55 PM PST by JPop ("The Herd")
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