By Scott Lazarowitz
Another militant bombing, an “amateurish” siren bombing/attempted self-murder bombing, in New York City on Monday morning, in which no deaths occurred but 3 were harmed as good as the suspect.
So, will this latest Islamic nonconformist spin out to be nonetheless another FBI patsy? The FBI finds some mentally deficient immature Muslim male, radicalizes him and motivates him to wish to dedicate jihad, provides him with weapons and materials and then sets him up in the FBI’s own concocted entrapment scheme. (See Glenn Greenwald and Trevor Aaronson on this. And Matt Agorist’s letter on recordings that exhibit FBI propelling a Muslim patsy to lift out a mass sharpened to “defend Islam.”)
Or maybe the latest NYC bomber’s being shabby by ISIS promotion on the Internet will be used as a new forgive for the control freaks in Washington to levy serve intrusions and espionage on the Internet? Who knows?
But once again, this week’s New York City militant bomber has pronounced just about the same thing that many of the past terrorists have said. According to the New York Post:
Akayed Ullah, 27, who is from Bangladesh and was vital in Brooklyn, told authorities he was trying to accurate reprisal for decades of assault against Muslims in Gaza, Syria and Iraq, observant in sum and piece from his hospital bed: “They’ve been bombing [my people] and we wanted to do repairs here,” sources said.
The law is, many of the terrorists have been on record stating that their proclivity for assault is retaliatory.
As Sheldon Richman forked out in 2011,
The Pentagon’s own Defense Science Board Task Force came to this end in 2004 when Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld asked it to weigh the Bush administration’s fight policies. The report is worth quoting at length:
“American efforts have not only unsuccessful [to apart the immeasurable infancy of pacifist Muslims from the radical-militant Islamist-Jihadists]: they may also have achieved the conflicting of what they intended.
“American approach involvement in the Muslim World has paradoxically towering the status of and support for radical Islamists, while abating support for the United States to single-digits in some Arab societies.
“Muslims do not ‘hate the freedom,’ but rather, they hatred the policies. The strenuous infancy voice their objections to what they see as biased support in preference of Israel and against Palestinian rights, and the longstanding, even augmenting support for what Muslims collectively see as tyrannies, many particularly Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Pakistan, and the Gulf states….
“[Since 9/11] American actions and the upsurge of events have towering the management of the Jihadi insurgents and tended to sanction their legitimacy among Muslims….”
Richard Reid, the would-be shoe-bomber, told his sentencing judge, “Your supervision has killed two million children in Iraq…. Your supervision has sponsored the rape and woe of Muslims in the prisons of Egypt and Turkey and Syria and Jordan with their income and with their weapons.”
Glenn Greenwald wrote serve in 2016:
Beyond such studies, those who have sought to bring assault to Western cities have done categorically transparent that they were doing so out of ire and a clarity of helplessness over Western assault that invariably kills trusting Muslims. “The drone hits in Afghanistan and Iraq, they don’t see children, they don’t see anybody. They kill women, children, they kill everybody,” Faisal Shahzad, the attempted Times Square bomber, told his sentencing judge when she voiced confusion over how he could try to kill trusting people. And then there’s just common clarity about human nature: If you spend years bombing, invading, occupying, and commanding restraint on other people, some of them will wish to bring assault back to you.
In Jul 2016 Greenwald also discussed another prior militant attack:
Eleven years ago today, 3 self-murder bombers pounded the London subway and a train and killed 51 people. Almost immediately, it was apparent that plea for Britain’s advance and drop of Iraq was a major ground for the attackers.
Two of them said accurately that in videotapes they left behind: The attacks “will continue and collect up strengths compartment you lift your soldiers from Afghanistan and Iraq. … Until we feel security, you will be targets.” Then, less than a year later, a secret report from British military and comprehension chiefs resolved that “the fight in Iraq contributed to the radicalization of the July 7 London bombers and is likely to continue to incite extremism among British Muslims.” The secret report, leaked to The Observer, added: “Iraq is likely to be an critical motivating means for some time to come in the radicalization of British Muslims and for those extremists who perspective attacks against the U.K. as legitimate.”
And as we wrote in Jul 2016, per attacks in France:
The blogosphere and twitterverse are bursting with reactions to the latest terror attack in France, the lorry that gathering by a big throng of people attending Bastille Day festivities and killed 84 people and harmed many some-more … It looks like such a “state of emergency” not only didn’t stop the Nov 2015 Paris track and unison gymnasium attacks that killed 130 and harmed many others, but it didn’t stop this new truck-driving attack … the Nov Paris attacks were in plea against France’s military bombings in Syria and Iraq.
The U.S. supervision and other Western governments’ own terror attacks on the Muslim universe continue to this day.
See U.S. airstrike kills family of eight, U.S. drone strike kills 3 civilians and 4 “suspects,” US admits Syria airstrike that killed 46 but denies targeting mosque, Panic spreads in Iraq, Syria as record numbers of civilians are reported killed in U.S. strikes, U.S. airstrikes kill at slightest 43 civilians in Syria’s Raqqa, U.S. military airstrikes kill many some-more civilians in just 48 hours, and U.S. military battles Syrian rebels armed by CIA.
Western supervision assault and drones aim weddings, funerals, rescuers, and municipal hospitals.
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So how do the warmongers in Washington consider their victims in other countries will conflict to their supervision violence?
Does President Donald Trump even know that many of the victims of the drone bombings that he continues to sanction are trusting civilians? (And President Barack Obama’s drone strikes killed trusting civilians 90% of the time, according to papers expelled by an comprehension source.) In reduction than two months as President, Trump’s CIA and military drone strikes had already left up 432%.
“Will we ever learn?”
In 1991 President George H.W. Bush started a fight of charge on Iraq, inebriated Iraq’s municipal water and sewage diagnosis centers and imposed sanctions to forestall them from rebuilding, which forced the Iraqis to have to use untreated water, which led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocents. These acts of rapist charge by the U.S. supervision against civilians, in further to the U.S. military occupations in the Middle East, led to the 9/11 militant attacks which some people had warned would be such aggressions’ likely outcome.
Prior to all that, during the 1950s the CIA imposed a manoeuvre on Iran to reinstate the Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddegh with the U.S. puppet Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. The CIA propped up the Shah’s total police state, SAVAK, from the 1950s up to the Iranian Revolution of 1979 that enclosed the extremists’ holding of American hostages.
Would we have such Islamic extremism coming out of Iran all these years had the CIA not committed such crimes and atrocities against that other country?
These interventionist unfamiliar policies, of starting wars against other countries that were of no hazard to us, commanding coups and regime change, propping up police states, and committing rapist invasions, occupations and bombings, fundamentally means blowback, including the many new bombing in New York City.
But it seems that many people have been so propagandized generally given 9/11 to only demeanour at especially the Islamic extremism itself, but exclude to consider the healthy outcomes of interventionist unfamiliar policies, rapist wars of aggression, and U.S. supervision support for unfamiliar total police states.
Scott Lazarowitz is a libertarian author and commentator. Please revisit his blog.