fro: hey heard what happened in london?
fro: check out bbc.co.uk
fro: 4 bomb blasts
fro: 33 dead
me: g8 thing?
fro: oh nfi
me: the 'islamists' again
fro: yeah obviously!
fro: as in
fro: the terrorists
me: A previously unknown group, "Secret Group of al Qaeda's Jihad in Europe," claimed responsibility, but Paddick said it was too early to say whether suicide bombers were involved
fro: some al qaeda related organisation
me: How unobvious is this?
me: sure ..
me: al qaeda ko aur kuch kaam nahin hai
fro: bhai aur kya kaam hai?
me: they cant be related to bloody every mombing
me: i'm just saying
me: every terrorist activity is somehow said to be connected to them
fro: i get your point
fro: 'they' are everywhere
me: President Bush, speaking at the G8 summit, told reporters that "the war on terror goes on."
me: and now he's got another excuse
fro: hmm that's true
me: the britishers were quite vocal against the war on iraq, werent they?
me: now they wont be so vocal anymore
fro: well not quite
fro: they did re-elect tony blair
me: and so was bush re elected
fro: but it's not the main issue in their elections in any case
me: well galloway won so many seats unexpectedly
me: only because of this
fro: i wasn't following the elections
me: it was big news
me: "We will not yield to these terrorists, we will find them, we will bring them to justice," he said.
Britain is a key ally of the United States in its war in Iraq, where al Qaeda is waging a bloody insurgency.
me: this is hilarious
me: and why are they waging a 'bloody insurgency'?
me: and there have been so many editorials
me: about there being no connection between the al qaeda and saddam hussein
me: this rocks
fro: yeah that's what I was about to ask
fro: but after the invasion these militants came from other countries
me: they have a right to protest, dont they?
fro: no i'm saying there's no connection between saddam hussein and al qaeda but now al qaeda is in Ira
me: We would put al Qaeda at the top of the list of any suspects," said Alex Standish, editor of Jane's Intelligence Digest. "They have the motives, the means and the opportunity.
"Here you have a massive headline event which involves the three world leaders that al Qaeda detests -- Bush, Blair and (Russian President) Putin," he said, speaking of the G8 summit.
fro: see jane's is saying it too
fro: i love jane's
fro: military magazines
fro: jane's defence weekly!
me: i'm not an al qaeda member, but if i want people to get all roused up abotu stuff, i'll do the bombing, and then make one anonymous call .. oh i'm so and so of the al qaeda
fro: they have nice articles on planes and all da
me: what shit
me: they have no proof
me: like everything here is the ISI
fro: haan that's true
fro: but the only people who have owned up so far are the secret organisation of whatever
me: it could be anybody!
me: it could be the like the fahrenheit thing
me: its stupid
me: its sick
me: fahrenheit 9/11 blah blah
fro: let's see
me: either way we're not gonig to know the complete truth anyway
me: its not possible
me: so just go along with what the media says
fro: but it's not going to stop whatever they're doing
fro: it'll only get worse
me: and what THEY'RE doing?
me: taht's being accepted by the whole world?
me: that's even wrose
me: this is 33 people
me: that is tens of thousands
fro: wait I think we're getting confused about the they here
me: i changed the they
me: you meant the terrorists
fro: i meant britain
me: i'm talking about our dear presidents of superpowers
fro: yeah same here da
me: you just made me feel worse than i did
me: no da
me: ill sleep
me: i'll go home tomorrow
Saturday, July 09, 2005
What was yesterday's last straw
bwawheed by Argentyne at 3:50 AM