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Old 07-02-2013, 10:12 PM
 
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I am surprised. It has always been the BC government's position to support and sponsor terrorism. Or perhaps they just do not like the idea of terrorism targeting them, but support terrorism that targets others.
I'm sure you'll eludicate further.
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Old 07-02-2013, 10:18 PM
 
Location: Sonoran Desert
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The Mounties always get their man.
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Old 07-02-2013, 10:34 PM
 
Location: Wasilla, Alaska
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What does the B.C. Government have to do with a two Radicalized people that built Pre-planned and planted 3 Bombs in a crowd of 40,000 people that gathered to Celebrate Canada's Birthday?

This is a attempt at a Copy cat event of the Boston marathon Bombings which had nothing to do with Government but they were there to inflict as much damage and harm as many innocent people as possible to stop try us from going about our daily life's and try to ruin our happiness by bringing fear into it.

I mean if we become fearful and do not go out to enjoy or have to cancel these types of Community events then we already lost out to the terrorists.. Since that was their Goal.
It was the BC government that told the RCMP to stand down when US citizens were being held hostage by Canadistani terrorists at Prince Rupert in August 1997. An Algerian terrorist Ahmed Ressam attempted to cross into the US from BC in December 1999 with a trunk full of Canadistani explosives and a legitimate Canadistani passport. In fact, 21 of the last 29 terrorists to enter the US did so from Canadistan. It is a well established fact the Canadistan supports and sponsors international terrorism, but apparently they have a problem when they are the target.
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Old 07-03-2013, 04:02 AM
 
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The accused are Canadian-born, police said, and said they had no contact with international terrorist organizations but were “inspired by Al-Qaeda.”

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What does AQ ideology mean to you? I don't think they were Christians. lol
Interesting choice of words. Sounds like a meme to me.
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Old 07-03-2013, 04:47 AM
 
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Here was the quote from article:
The accused are Canadian-born, police said, and said they had no contact with international terrorist organizations but were “inspired by Al-Qaeda.”


Interesting choice of words. Sounds like a meme to me.
Learn to read terrorist sympathizer............

RCMP said the pair took steps to build explosives device — using pressure cookers, which were used in the Boston attack — to cause “death and injuries” during Canada Day celebrations in Victoria and they were inspired by “Al Qaeda ideology.”
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Old 07-03-2013, 08:24 AM
 
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It was the BC government that told the RCMP to stand down when US citizens were being held hostage by Canadistani terrorists at Prince Rupert in August 1997. An Algerian terrorist Ahmed Ressam attempted to cross into the US from BC in December 1999 with a trunk full of Canadistani explosives and a legitimate Canadistani passport. In fact, 21 of the last 29 terrorists to enter the US did so from Canadistan. It is a well established fact the Canadistan supports and sponsors international terrorism, but apparently they have a problem when they are the target.
You're funn'n with us right? Would this be a link to your event in question? No happy ending to ferry story | Juneau Empire - Alaska's Capital City Online Newspaper

Would you be an Alaskan fisherman mayhaps?

And this other event:


Ressam's sentencing was delayed for four years, to give counter-terrorism analysts a chance to fully exploit him as an intelligence source. Facing up to 130 years in prison, Ressam began cooperating with investigators after his conviction. He entered into a June 23, 2001, cooperation agreement with the U.S. government.[10] Under the agreement, after he cooperated fully with the U.S. and other governments, the U.S. government would recommend a prison sentence taking his cooperation into consideration, though the recommendation would not under any circumstances be less than 27 years.[6]

Ressam provided information to law enforcement officials of the U.S. and six other countries with regard to al-Qaeda's organization, recruitment, and training activities.[10] He revealed that al-Qaeda sleeper cells existed within the U.S.[10] This information was included in the President's Daily Brief delivered to President George W. Bush on August 6, 2001, entitled Bin Ladin Determined To Strike in US. He testified in July 2001 against his accomplice and co-conspirator Haouari. In addition, Ressam said that Ahcene Zemiri, a fellow Algerian who was being held at Guantanamo Bay detention camp, was involved in the plot. Zemiri's Combatant Status Review Tribunal used this information to continue to hold Zemiri as unlawful combatant, without charges.[10]

Ressam's accusations were used as the basis of 7 of the 12 unclassified allegations in the Summary of Evidence memo prepared for Abu Zubeida's Combatant Status Review Tribunal.[21][22] The Globe and Mail opined that the intelligence analysts' reliance on Ressam's confessions was due to wanting unclassified allegations against Abu Zubeida to be based on evidence that was not gained through torture.[33] Abu Zubaydah had been tortured while held by the CIA before being transferred to military custody and Guantanamo in September 2006. None of the evidence gained through coercive interrogation could be admitted to court.

Zacarias Moussaoui
Ressam had trained with Zacarias Moussaoui at Khalden Camp and was able to identify him when asked. Moussaoui was an al-Qaeda member later implicated in the 9/11 plot.[24] Moussaoui had been arrested by the FBI on August 16, 2001.[24] But FBI agents were not successful in convincing their superiors of enough evidence against him to obtain a warrant to allow them to search Moussaoui's laptop and belongings.[24] The 9/11 Commission Report opined that had Ressam been asked about Moussaoui, he would have broken that logjam.[24]

By November 28, 2001, Ressam began to express reluctance about discussing some matters.[10] By early 2003, after having provided 65 hours of trial and deposition testimony and the names of 150 people involved in terrorism, he stopped cooperating. He began to recant his prior testimony.[10]

The Seattle Times described Ressam's sentencing hearing as the "gripping climax" to his journey through the U.S. court system.[34] U.S. Attorney John McKay argued Ressam should get a 35-year sentence, because he had declined to cooperate in two cases, which would go unprosecuted.[34] Ressam's lawyer argued that Ressam should be given a sentence of less than 20 years, to reflect the value of his original cooperation, saying: "It is a flat fact that law enforcement, the public, and public safety benefited in immeasurable ways from Ressam's decision to go to trial and [later] cooperate."[34] Ressam did not say anything during his sentencing hearing, but sent the judge a personal note, in which he apologized for planning to bomb the airport.[34]


So given this; you come to the retarded conclusion Canada supports terrorism and according to the same scenario existing as described in red, so do you.

It ain't Canada supporting these beheading azzhats in the rest of the world.

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Old 07-03-2013, 05:19 PM
 
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Learn to read terrorist sympathizer............

RCMP said the pair took steps to build explosives device — using pressure cookers, which were used in the Boston attack — to cause “death and injuries” during Canada Day celebrations in Victoria and they were inspired by “Al Qaeda ideology.”
LOL. Quick on the baseless name calling. I just quoted a sentence from that article. So yes I read it and comprehended.
Yes, Saw that part also. Still doesn't change my assessment.
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