9 thoughts on “CIA Placed Tsarnaev on Terror Watch List – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. This shows how primitive counter-terrorism really is. Seems like the guy logged onto radical sites, held extreme views on his youtube account, and an IP trace landed him on a watch list. There’s probably millions of people on these lists, all more impossible than the next to keep an eye on.

    So people who don’t talk on the phone and don’t use the internet, who’s going to tag them? This ‘war’ just can’t be won.

  2. What’s with this WMD talk? Has a term once regarded (by me) as reserved for Nukes, Chemical and Biological Weapons, now being applied to hand grenades? QUESTION: What weapon is NOT a “WMD” these days? Has the law been re-written? Indeed, IS THERE a statute that defines WMD? Wazzat? Is the bunker-buster bomb Israel wants to blow up Iranian nuke factories also a “WMD”? Does the USA supply the world with “WMD”s? Etc.

  3. Oops.

    Someone should tell Peter King that his policy of spying on mosques and anyone who looks “obviously Muslim” is a pathetic failure. He should resign.

  4. “The database feeds a series of US government watch lists, including the “no fly” list and the FBI’s main terrorist database, but it appears Tsarnaev was not tracked because the list was too large.”

    My nephew and his wife were travelling to the U.S. from England with their 3 year old son and 11 year old daughter a few years ago. It appears the 3 year old has the same name as someone on the no-fly list – James Alexander Thompson. Jamie and his sister and parents were delayed for over an hour until somebody with a brain agreed it was unlikely he was a terrorist.

  5. i dont think it reasonable to believe such explanations when every single case involving “terrorism” since 9-11 in America has involved extensive FBI involvement.

    not only do they never let go but they “guide” the entire affair always there to offer a helping hand.

    people can read the history of all these cases and decide for themselves if it is a plausible excuse.

    reasonable people should no longer accept the excuses of these agencies that want you to believe they are doing there job except that when they dont do their job they really were just doing their job.

    it doesnt add up when they expect you to believe people are killing themselves in an Israeli security cell or when a couple of brothers out-wit the entire American security apparatus to plant bombs even though the CIA FBI AND homeland security were well aware of them.

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