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Time to Attack Kuwait?

President George W. Bush defined post-9/11 US doctrine when he said, "either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists." Kuwait, it seems, is with the terrorists.

According to an article in today's Washington Post, Kuwait is "the leading source of funding for al-Qaeda-linked terrorists fighting in Syria’s civil war." The oil-rich sheikdom has funneled hundreds of millions of dollars to train and equip the allies of those who attacked the US on 9/11. These groups are now fighting to establish militant Islamic extre
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Intel Chairman Hypes Terrorism Deaths

House Intelligence Chairman Mike Rogers (R-MI) seems to be taking a page from his beloved NSA. In an effort to make the claim that spying on the rest of us is more necessary than ever, Rogers has thrown everything but the kitchen sink into the "terrorism" basket. In this way, he has greatly hyped "terrorism" deaths in 2012.
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'Political Groups In Washington Downplayed Chechen Threat'

RPI Academic Board Member John Laughland is interviewed on RT about the recent Boston bombings. Dr. Laughland points out that political and ideological biases may well have led to downplaying the seriousness of Chechen radicalization -- and to turning a blind eye toward the US Administration's other radical "allies" in places like Syria. -RPI Editor

Published time: April 22, 2013 16:17
The US authorities seem to have been short-sighted assessing the threat posed by North Caucasus terrorist groups, political expert John Laughland told RT.
The director of studies at the Institute of Democracy and Cooperation also believes that Washington has intentionally portrayed some of the international terrorist groups as freedom fighters could set a wrong example to young Americans.
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