This in yesterday’s SMH was of interest. It begins thus: “The FBI's counterterrorism unit has launched a broad investigation of US-based theft rings after discovering some vehicles used in deadly car bombings in Iraq, including attacks that killed US troops and Iraqi civilians, were probably stolen in the United States, according to senior US Government officials.”
Why, or even how, would ‘terrorists’ in Iraq import cars from the US to use in ‘suicide’ bombings?
The article goes on: “The FBI's deputy assistant director for counterterrorism, Inspector John Lewis, said the investigation did not prove the vehicles were stolen specifically for car bombings in the Middle East, but there was evidence they were smuggled out of the US by organised criminal networks that included terrorists and insurgents.”
Are we really expected to believe this stuff?
Does the person that dreampt this up realise how rediculous it is to imagine that stolen cars can be taken to a port in the US, loaded onto a ship, taken halfway around the world, then unloaded at a port in the ME and then driven or freighted into Iraq were they can be used in ‘suicide’ attacks?
Why aren’t questions being asked about the true nature of ‘suicide’ bombs in Iraq? No one seems to want to talk about what is going on. Why? Are we too frightented to ask about what is becoming increasingly obvious? What are we frightened of?