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Theres nothing homegrown about the Boston Terror attacks. Part of a Big network of cells.

Reader comment on: There's Nothing "Homegrown" About the Boston Terror Attacks

Submitted by Deborah (United States), Apr 23, 2013 10:42

The Tsarnaev Brothers are part of a bigger network, trained overseas, and not your average nice guys that lived next door. The Culture of Death and Ideology of Hate belongs to Islam. Once again the public is reminded that Islam wants to totally transform the world into a chaotic cauldron. Peace and prosperity, freedom and unity will be a thing of the past as they push weak people toward the One World Caliphate! You have to wonder about Washington and why they have been so complacent since Obama was elected, especially on immigration, debt, regulations, pushing gun control, and destruction of morality... They have not been zealous to create jobs, a better economy, get off foreign oil, and enforce the border laws! The threats to life and Freedom are very real, and have never left the scene! The porous borders have allowed so many undesirables, terrorists, and radicals in, and we don't even know who they are, or where they're from...A perfect disaster for terrorism!


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