- Jul 31, 2005
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I did not miss it.vergiss said:Okay, what the Hell? A terrorist attack targeted at Australian and other tourists has killed over 26 people so far, and no one on here has a thing to say? What, you don't care if it's not Americans getting killed?
Sleep well...Didga said:The Bali 2002 bombing was government sponsored terrorism. The clearest indicator of this was the huge size of the explosion and the resulting crater. A car bomb as the official story (in the media) runs is obviously wrong as no known explosive packed in a car would produce the resulting damage and flash burns. Much more likely to be responsible for the damage seen at the scene is a military weapon placed under the road.
In the latest bombing the mobile phone network was shut down after the first 3 bombs. 3 more bombs were then found unexploded across Bali indicating that the bombs were set off by mobile phones and not suicide bombers as stated by the press. The tactic of the NWO in the 7/7 and now Bali bombs 2005 is for smaller more believable attacks as they are harder to recognize as government sponsored terrorism. The Australia media warned about upcoming attacks last week and Australia is now in the process of passing new terror laws, this is no co-incidence.
The use of government sponsored terrorism will continue until the population wakes up to this problem-reaction-solution method. The next large attack will probably be of a nuclear nature, in the US and organized by Dick Cheney. This attack will come before Bush loses the next election and will allow the bombing of Iran to proceed.
Yes, we all care that these attacks are occurring and wish them to stop.
Aww. You're so cute and angsty. Can I poke you?Canuck said:THE coming war will be wide and large
The autralian people will be sucked in this way
and I suspect after America strikes IRAN so will china and russia join in
just too many dang people in this world
its time for war and pestilence once more
the road to prosperity lies beyond the onslaught