Sirhan Sirhan fired the first shots in our war with Islamic terrorism — 40 years ago

Mick Gregory

Did you rememeber reading any of this in your daily newspaper? The 40th anniversary of the assassination of Bobby Kennedy.

The war started in June 1968, when PLO terrorist Sirhan Sirhan — under direct orders from the mass murderer Yasser Arafat — assassinated U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy, who had just become the Democratic Presidential frontrunner with his victory in the California primary.

The CIA has Arafat’s voice on tape in which he personally ordered PLO terrorists to murder the Bobby Kennedy. Rashid Khalidi was the official spokesman for the PLO for several years.


Decades later, after a rewrite of history, Arafat and Democrat Jimmy Carter won the Nobel Peace Prize and Bill Ayers (who calls Sirhan Sirhan a political prisoner) helped Barack Obama run for Senate and now of course, the next President of the United States. Democrat followers apprantly don’t care to read history. Now we know that Obama has received help from the former PLO agent, Khalidi.

Rashid Khalidi  taught at universities in Lebanon until the mid-’80s, and some critics accuse him of having been a spokesman for the Palestine Liberation Organization. Mr. Khalidi has denied working for the group, and says he was consulted as an expert by reporters seeking to understand it.

Tom Friedman report for the New York Times, June 9, 1982:

The Israelis are out to “crush the P.L.O.,” said Rashid Khalidi, a director of the Palestinian press agency, Wafa.  He said they hope that by doing so, they will undermine the international recognition the P.L.O. has gained and eliminate its demands for an independent Palestinian state as a rallying point for Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

Martin Kramer has more, here.

St. John Hunt has tapes of his father, E.H. Hunt on his deathbed saying the LBJ was behind JFK’s assassinatiion. This came out on the Glenn Beck show last week. The History Channel reported compelling accounts that also pointed to LBJ and his personal attorney with help of the CIA, two years ago.

Google it for yourself.

But that is old news. Let’s look at the past few days.

A United Airlines flight from Denver to Dallas was delayed two hours Tuesday after a passenger found box cutters in the seatback pocket in front of her.

That is according to Transportation Security Administration spokesman Darin Kayser.

United Flight 490 was taxiing on the runway at Denver International Airport at 12:30 p.m. when the box cutters were found.

“The passenger notified the flight attendant, who told the pilots, who called authorities,” said United spokesperson Megan Mccarthy.

She says the pilot aborted takeoff and returned to the gate.

Two tanker trucks explode and destroy major intersections in the nation’s No. 4 and No. 5 largest metro areas on the same weekend. It will take months to repair.

A few weeks ago, it was the mad foreign born Cho with a tatoo that said Ismael Axe on his arm, who killed 30 innocent Americans.

This week, it’s six foreign-born Muslims were arrested and accused Tuesday of plotting to attack the Army’s Fort Dix and massacre scores of U.S. soldiers, a plot the FBI says was foiled when the men took a video of themselves firing assault weapons to a store to have the footage put onto a DVD. It was first reported that the six were “home grown terrorists,” you will recall.

The plot to attack U.S. soldiers ended in darkness at a home in Cherry Hill, N.J., an affluent suburb of Philadelphia. Ringleaders of the terror cell with big plans and big egos were arrested as they tried to buy AK-47 and M-16 assault weapons from an FBI agent posing as an arms dealer.

Federal agents watched and listened to the six suspects for more than a year.

The defendants, all men in their 20s from the former Yugoslavia, Albanian Muslims, and the Middle East, include a pizza deliveryman suspected of using his job to scout out the military base.

The Clinton White House a UN war on the side of the ethnic Albanians in the late ’90s.

Three of the men are illegal aliens; the others are legal permanent residents, and one is a naturalized U.S. citizen, according to the FBI.

Their goal was “to kill as many American soldiers as possible” in attacks with mortars, rocket-propelled grenades and guns, prosecutors said.

“This is what law enforcement is supposed to do in the post-9/11 era — stay one step ahead of those who are attempting to cause harm to innocent American citizens,” U.S. Attorney Christopher Christie said.

In the wake of 9/11, more than 400,000 names have come under one form of government surveillance or another, from watch lists to wiretaps, reports CBS News chief investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian.

But only a handful of terrorists have been convicted in cases with concrete ties to al Qaeda, most notably “shoe bomber” Richard Reid and Iyman Faris, sent to bring down the Brooklyn Bridge.

Weiss saluted the unidentified New Jersey store clerk who noticed the suspicious video as the “unsung hero” of the case. “That’s why we’re here today — because of the courage and heroism of that individual,” the FBI agent said.

In addition to plotting the attack on Fort Dix, the defendants spoke of attacking a Navy installation in Philadelphia during the annual Army-Navy football game, and conducted surveillance at other military installations in the region, prosecutors said.

One defendant, Eljvir Duka, was recorded as saying: “In the end, when it comes to defending your religion, when someone is trying attacks your religion, your way of life, then you go jihad.”

How many times did Sirhan, Sirhan switch from Islam to Christianity and back?


31 thoughts on “Sirhan Sirhan fired the first shots in our war with Islamic terrorism — 40 years ago

  1. Mick:
    Excellent article. The Robert Kennedy assassination WAS a terrorist act – we just were not aware of such things then. Terrorist attack in the sense of Islamofascism. We should have nipped it in the bud before it became what it is today. President Reagan had intentions to do so, but many factors got in the way, plus he was busy trying to put an end to the Cold War – and, I never thought I would see it in my lifetime, the tearing down of the Berlin Wall. Some liberal-progressives call our border security fencing project the “American Berlin Wall” – but they do not realize or tell anyone that it is to keep people OUT not IN! Big difference.
    Excellent journalism here, thanks for your hard work and professional research.

    • Do you know that Sirhan Sirhan was not Muslim? Sirhan Sirhan was only a dumb man but no Islamist. Just stupid which is fair enough.

  2. No, in fact this is far from excellent journalism. Sirhan may or may not have been a terrorist as that term is objectively defined by analysts (although applying that label in this case is at best debatable). What he certainly WAS NOT, however, was an Islamic terrorist. I am 100 percent confident in this statement, given the fact that he was born in Jerusalem to a CHRISTIAN Arab family, and although he dabbled in the occult, never swore off his Christian identity and certainly never converted to Islam. This level of basic information is available from scores of historical sources. No one ever seems to have made the mistake of assuming that Sirhan was a Muslim until after 9/11, when it became fashionable to brand him (incorrectly) as an early Islamic terrorist.

    LC, Sirhan-Sirhan is not a Christian name. He is a Palistinian who stated clearly he hated Kennedy for his support of the Jews. What don’t you get about that?

  3. No, I’m sorry, you are incorrect. Yes, Sirhan is an “Arab” name; however, not all Arabs are Muslims. For example, approximately 5-8 percent of Palestinians are Christians (Sirhan is one of those people), and there is a Christian population as well in countries such as Jordan and Lebanon. Please do a little background research on this, as this is a basic fact that is beyond dispute. With all due respect, I absolutely know for certain that I am correct in this case: Sirhan is Christian.

    Sirhan Sirhan simply wanted to kill Robert F. Kennedy in revenge for Kennedy’s support of Israel. And he did it on the anniversary of the Six Day War with Israel. Sirhand Sirhan was a Jew hating Arab. Robert F. Kennedy was a Catholic.

    Who do you think you are kidding? Where did you learn your warped hatred of Jews and America?

  4. Please, read my comments carefully. I never claimed that Sirhan is not an Arab, nor did I deny his hatred for Israel (which clearly he had). All I pointed out was that he is not a Muslim. And by the way, I am a Christian American (my family landed here in the late 1600s–is that American enough for you?) who loved Bobby Kennedy and despises Sirhan for what he did; I was just trying to set the record straight as to Sirhan’s ethno-religious heritage: yes he is Arab, but he is an Arab Christian, not an Arab Muslim. For example, the following section from a June 6, 1968 UPI story, titled “The Accused Assassin,” verifies my true statement regarding Sirhan’s religious background:

    “He (Sirhan) was born March 19, 1944 in the Armenian section of the old walled city of Jerusalem, then under Jordanian control. He was the fourth of five children born to Bishara and Mary Sirhan, who were Greek Orthodox Christians.” (Note the first name of his mother–there aren’t a lot of Muslim women running around with the first name of Mary!).

    Later in the same article, the reporter states that he visited “the tiny Christian village of Teibeh in Israeli-occupied Jordan, where Sirhan grew up,” and where he went to school. While there, the reporter interviewed the director of Sirhan’s childhood school, who is described as “Salim Awad,” the principle of the village’s Lutheran school.”

    Clearly, then, Sirhan was a Christian. He may have been a fanatic, but he was an Arab nationalist, not an Islamic fundamentalist (which wouldn’t be too surprsing since 1968 was still the height of pan-Arab Nasserism, with its emphasis on socialism and secular Arab identity, and its hostility towards Islam. In fact, Nasser, who was Sirhan’s hero, brutally crushed Islamists in his own country).

    By the way, I do resent your name-calling: I’ve been to Israel, visited Jerusalem, walked through the Holocaust Museum and visited the Wailing Wall. I don’t hate Israel, and I don’t hate America. What you don’t seem to understand is all I’m asking you to do is to get your facts straight: if you want to brand Sirhan “an Arab fanatic” or “an Arab terrorist,” at least we can discuss his motivations for the murder based on an accurate understanding of this ethnic background. However, when you call him “an Islamic terrorist,” you’re starting with an incorrect assumption. He was not a Muslim; an Arab yes, but an Arab of Christian background.

    Surhan, Surhan converted to Islam and remains so today while he rots in prison for killing Bobby Kennedy, a Christian who was about to win the Democrat nomination for president.

    Muslims killed 3,000 on 9-11; Muslims killed hundreds at the U.S. Embassy in Africa; Muslims killed scores of Americans on the U.S. Cole; shall I go on?

  5. You can go on about 9/11, the Cole, the Embassy Bombings, all of which are despicable, horrific acts. What all that has to do with Sirhan may be clear only to you–it certainly isn’t clear to me. Simply saying that Sirhan converted to Islam doesn’t make it so. It’s false, and I know that you surely must know (at least by this point in our back and forth) that it’s false to make such a claim. You seem to be making this strange leap of logic in which you say “An act of violence happened, therefore the guy who did it must have been a Muslim,” but you don’t seem to ever conduct any research on the issue. What it comes down to is that I’ve presented evidence, based on newpaper accounts, and you’ve screamed back at me with irrational claims without providing any evidence. Please direct me to the reputable source that proves that Sirhan converted. I’d love to read it. Otherwise,this will grow mighty tiresome, as I continue roll out written documentation–one after the other–proving my point, while you just keep getting more and frustrated that you made one tiny slip-up, and yet can’t admit to it. As I said in a previous email, he was a fanatic murderer who should be loathed and despised, but there is no question in anyone’s mind that has studied this case at even the most rudimentary level that the man is of Christian heritage (and certainly never converted). What’s the big deal in admitting it–chalk it up to learning something, which after all isn’t really a bad thing for thus of us who seek to expand our knowledge of the world.

    LC, You have motivated me to look into why the “Arab street” is trying to distance themselves from this Jew and Christian hating terrorist. For that I thank you. Not only has Sirhan, Sirhan converted to Islam and studied the occult, he did flip between Jordanian Christian sects, but most importantly, he was a member of the Baath party.

    Why did Sirhan Sirhan have references to the Koran in his diaries?
    Sirhan Sirhan

    “God is with those who persevere.”
    The Koran

    Sirhan Bishara Sirhan was born March 19, 1944, in Palestine, the fifth son of Bishara and Muzher. The family practiced Jordanian Christianity, but belonged to the Arab-based society in the divided region. As a child, Sirhan saw the state in which he lived blistered by upheaval – he saw entire villages dissipated in the Jewish-Arab war. He would be 12 years old before his family earned U.S. visas and, as Palestinian refugees, arrive in the New World. Living briefly in New York City, the Sirhans eventually moved west to California. Religiously, his doctrines changed often, the ones holding the longest interest being Baptist, Seventh Day Adventism and several forms of occultism.
    “As an alien, Sirhan did not have the right to vote in America,” Moldea says. “Although he felt strongly about the Middle East situation and expressed the belief that he was ‘disenfranchised from the American establishment,’ Sirhan did not belong to a political party. But it appeared that he supported the Baath Party, which operated in the Middle East.”

  6. Again, I think you may be confusing the issue. I have no idea if the “Arab street” is trying to distant itself from Sirhan. That may nor may not be the case. Nor have I ever denied that Sirhan hated Jews (or for that matter, America). And yes, it is true that he tried several different faiths, and clearly dabbled in the “occult,” most specifically in the Rosicrucians, a sect which expressed a vague belief in a higher being.

    If you notice, however, nothing in the evidence you cite in your previous message mentions that Sirhan ever converted to Islam. You state that is the case, but the actual exerpt you cite doesn’t say that. I would have to go back through my copy of his diary (which was included in the addendum at the end of the book “RFK Must Die!,” which was written by a Catholic author with a degree in Theology)to review the passage you cite that may have come from the Koran. (By the way, I own and have read multiple times Moldea’s book as well). However, I think it is important to note that Sirhan was, as you have stated, a supporter of the Ba’thists (and of Nasser as well). The Ba’th Party was founded in the 1940s by Michel Aflaq, a Syrian Christian, as a political tool to empower the minority in Syria against the Sunni majority. Thus, the party itself, in both Syria and Iraq, has always been a haven for individuals from the religious minorities in those particular societies (for example, Christians and Alawis in Syria). Moreover, because the religious minorities in those countries feared a political system that would based on the religious doctrine of the majority, Ba’thism placed a heavy emphasis on secularism as the core of politics. Finally, there are a number of references in his diary that clearly reveal that Sirhan was attracted to socialism; again, a careful study of the Middle East reveals that during the Cold War period, socialism in the Arab world and Islamism (to the extent that it really existed as a movement back then) were at polar opposites from each other.

    By Mick — The Baath Party was formerly the Baath Arab Socialist Party, you are right and they were secular in comparison to what– modern day Iran? It is the party in power in Syria and still to a strong degree in Iraq. Its main ideological objectives are socialism and pan-Arab unionism. Baath Party was from the beginning an Arab nationalist party. Socialism was quickly adopted as the party’s economic dogma. From its earliest development, the motivation behind Baathist political thought and its leading supporters was the need to produce a means of reasserting the Arab spirit in the face of foreign domination. Moral and cultural deterioration, it was felt, had so weakened the Arabs that Western supremacy spread throughout the Middle East. Arabs needed a regeneration of the common heritage of people in the region to drive off debilitating external influences.

    The official founding of the Al-Baath Party may be dated from its first party congress in Damascus on April 7, 1947, when a constitution was approved and an executive committee established. However, significant expansion beyond Syria’s borders took place only after the war of 1948, when lack of Arab unity was widely perceived as responsible for the loss of Palestine to the new state of Israel. Articulated as the principle of Arab nationalism, the Baath movement was one of several political groups that drew legitimacy from an essentially reactive ideology. Nevertheless, Baathist ideology spread slowly by educating followers to its intellectual attractions. Baath Party remains committed to a unified Arab nation even though as a practical matter, domestic concerns in Iraq have commanded the most attention. Currently, about 2.4 million of Iraqis are estimated to be Baath Party members. In Syria, the Baath membership exceeds 1 million.

    For decades, the Assad family in power in Syria with close ties to Iraq, have practiced an offshoot of Shiite Islam. The secular country is by know means similar to any Western country in freedom of relgion.

  7. To be honest, I sorta doubt there are quite that many Ba’thists in Iraq these days, given the overthrow of Saddam’s Ba’thist regime in 2003. In Syria (this is fairly familiar terrain for me, as I wrote my Master’s Thesis on Syria), the fact that the Asad family has ruled Syria through the Ba’th Party since 1970 proves my point about its ideological platform. The Asads are Alawis; thus they felt threatened by the idea of majority Sunni rule in a religious-based political system, and therefore turned to the Ba’th Party and its secular and socialist ideology. In fact, Hafiz al-Asad attempted to decree a new constitution in 1973 which did not recognize Islam as the official religion of the state. This sparked riots, which led eventually to a full-scale revolt by the Muslim Brotherhood against what they considered to be the apostate, secular Ba’thist regime. The revolt was finally crushed by the regime in 1982. To the extent that Syria has ties with Islamic fundamentalists (such as the regime in Iran), the origin of those ties can be traced back to the fact that the Syrians agreed not to support Iraq in the Iran-Iraq War in exchange for the Iranians agreeing not to support the Islamic revolt then raging inside of Syria.

    At any rate, I dug out my copy of “RFK Must Die,” which includes the full version of Sirhan’s diary. Just a sampling of the diary entries illustrate Sirhan’s support for Marxist communism, which as you know is a secular ideology:

    “American capitalism will fall and give way to the worker’s dictatorship.” (p.9 of diary, 553 of book).

    “Long Live Nasser. Long live Communism. Long live Communism. Long live Communism.” (p. 14 of diary, 558 of book).

    “I firmly support the communist cause and its people–whether Russian, Chinese, Albania, Hungary or anywhere. Workers of the world unite. You have nothing to lose but your chains and a world to win.” (pp. 47-48 of diary, pages 589-90 of book).

    Also, on page 16 of the diary (560 of the book), he wrote the word “God” in English several times, with the sign of the Christian cross drawn next to the word.

    In the end, I think where we are at on this is that we can agree that Sirhan was a SOB who happened to be an Arab Nationalist/Ba’thist. Undoubtedly, his commitment to that cause helped drive him to assassinate RFK, although I suspect alot of this was also simply a case of a little man wanting to make a big name for himself. I know that he was Arab, but I’m also positive that he was not Muslim (sorry to put it so bluntly, but there it is). However the fact that he was not Muslim does not in my mind diminish the evil of the deed or the evil of the man who carried out the deed. The sole reason I raised this issue in the first place was purely to address a factual point; I did not intend in any way to excuse or support his dastardly act.

  8. The Arab Baathist Party is closer to Fascists than any political party in the world today. Your expertise on the subject is amazing. Let me ask you this, if Syria is a secular Arab country, why don’t the women wear normal, dignified clothing, let alone bikinis and skirts? Why do they have to cover up?

  9. I have 5 minutes before a meeting, so I’ll give a brief response. Syria is mainly a Muslim country (although there are some Christians there as well). This, however, doesn’t mean that the Ba’th Party incorporates Islamism into their official ideological framework. They simply permit people to dress as they wish. By the way, there are some women in the middle and upper classes in Syria who dress in Western clothing (see Asad’s wife, for example). I found the same thing in Jordan, where I did research for a while. Probably about 1/3 of the women dressed in Western outfits, particularly women in the uppwardly-mobile classes.

    As far at the Ba’thists being fascist, I’d have to think about that. Typically, the Arab party that is most often likened to fascism is the Phalange in Lebanon (some of its founders expressed admiration for certain elements of fascism). Ironically (and sadly), the Phalangists are one of the Christian parties in Lebanon.

    • Culture must never be as marmalade… spread the thinnest possible on a toast. After reading all your comments, I’m relieved to see there are people with intelligence reading and writing on this blog.

  10. To put an end at this debate and to cut a long story short,I, as an American citizen declare that the whole religions and theologies in the world have been outdated, but Islam. We should just study Islam and just convert to this holy and real divine religion.

  11. Sirhan Sirhan was not sane. If you’ve ever read his journal you’d realize the man was not operating with a full deck of cards. RFK must die, repeated over and over. He was nuts. He wasn’t part of some greater conspiracy; he was simply off his rocker.

  12. New evidence shows that Sirhan Sirhan did not fire the fatal shot that killed RFK. It turns out it was most likely a security guard behind RFK. Whether it was an accident, and the guy was trying to shoot Sirhan Sirhan and shot RFK by mistake, or if this is part of some wider conspiracy I cannot say.

    Please watch the video at this link to watch the 3/27/08 NBC news report.

  13. sadbastards is an appropriate name for this website and it’s author. he is either stupid or deceptive

  14. Wow! LC has his ducks in a row! I don’t know if the author of this site is so obsessed with being correct that he will believe any lie that agrees with him, or if he is just a liar himself. I recieve many e-mails with ‘quotes’, even from the Bible or Koran, that are just plain LIES. People want to prove themselves right and others wrong so much they will send anything that agrees with them, no matter how absurd. Most things can be proven if the time is taken. It’s sad that we can’t believe what we read, but much of the time, we can’t.

  15. I am so sick and tired of the constant defense liberals give to our enemies.. Oh, sirhan sirhan was not a muslim when he killed Robert Kennedy but he is now.. What the f**k is that?
    Open your eyes people..

  16. Sirhan Sirhan though hailed from Palestine. His parents while Sirhan and siblings were babies had left Palestine (actually Jordan that’s where they stayed) to settle in the US. They were a Christian family of the Presbysterian sect. It’s been 40 years and the man’s yet in prison yet his account from day one hasn’t changed. He doesn’t know what happened, he didn’t know why he was there at the Ambassador Hotel in the first place. We keep seeing & living around a society which consumes or is exposed to indirectly towards hallucinogens, mind-altering drugs yet we failt to believe that our own government within the government might have hijacked our freedom, and our rights! For those who might think I’ve said too little, I’ve been too discrete I would advise before we start cussing out at man against man, and spreding more hatred we see the morals which the Kennedy’s and King stood up for, their plight for the weak and poor, their democratic compassionate attitude, and their vendetta against war and military industrial complexes. then you might realize that the enemy was indeed, within the society. I recommend two video’s on the same (independent, and factual)

    1. RFK Must Die
    2. The Assassination of JFK Jr.

  17. The author of this web site dosnt know crap
    he Hates Muslims so much that he doesn’t care
    about facts. Why is it so hard to believe he was
    a Christian there are bad Christians out there you know. Most people killed in this world are killed by the hands of a Christian.

  18. Also why can’t the first shot be the overthrow of the democraticlly elected government in Iran by the CIA, why can’t that be the first shot. Or the USA support of thier enemy israel why can’t that be the first shot. The U.S. Took down the government in afganistan because the supported their enemy, so stop with your nonsense about islamofa, maybe the USA stops getting in thier business all this will die down. Stop supporting Israel and I garrantee islamic terrorism drops by 90% overnight.

  19. Хм… что-то у меня ссылка не открывается, которую указали. Это у всех так, или только у меня?

  20. The assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, a United States Senator and brother of assassinated President John F. Kennedy, took place shortly after midnight on June 5, 1968, in Los Angeles, California. After winning the California primary election for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States, Kennedy was shot as he walked through the kitchen of the Ambassador Hotel and died in the Good Samaritan Hospital twenty-six hours later. Sirhan Sirhan, a 24-year-old Palestinian immigrant, was convicted of Kennedy’s murder and is serving a life sentence for the crime. The shooting was recorded on audio tape by a freelance newspaper reporter, and the aftermath was captured on film.
    Kennedy’s body lay in repose at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York for two days before a funeral mass was held on June 8. His body was interred near his brother John at Arlington National Cemetery. His death prompted the protection of presidential candidates by the United States Secret Service. Hubert Humphrey went on to win the Democratic nomination for the presidency, but ultimately narrowly lost the election to Richard Nixon.
    As with his brother’s death, Robert Kennedy’s assassination and the circumstances surrounding it have spawned a variety of conspiracy theories. As of 2011 Kennedy remains one of only two sitting United
    Sirhan Sirhan was strongly anti-Zionist.[33][34] A diary found during a search of Sirhan’s home stated, “My determination to eliminate RFK is becoming more and more of an unshakable obsession. RFK must die. RFK must be killed. Robert F. Kennedy must be assassinated…Robert F. Kennedy must be assassinated before 5 June 68.” It has been suggested that the date of the assassination is significant, because it was the first anniversary of the first day of the Six Day War between Israel and its Arab neighbors.[35] When Sirhan was booked by police, they found in his pocket a newspaper article that discussed Kennedy’s support for Israel, and at his trial, Sirhan testified that he began to hate Kennedy after learning of this support.[

    • This is clearly, what happened on the night Robert Kennedy was murdered, perpetrated by Sirhan Sirhan the Arab fanatic, obsessed, with hatred for Jews and America’s support of Israel..Perhaps the murder of JFK may also be linked, to the same kind of hatred, that took his little brother Roberts life too..

  21. The assassination of Robert F. Kennedy took place shortly after midnight on June 5, 1968, in Los Angeles, California. After winning the California primary election for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States, Kennedy was shot as he walked through the kitchen of the Ambassador Hotel. Sirhan Sirhan, a Palestinian immigrant, was convicted of Kennedy’s murder and is serving a life sentence for the crime. The shooting was recorded on audio tape by a freelance newspaper reporter, and the aftermath was captured on film.

  22. The fact of the matter is the real terrorists in the world are the politicians. Do you really believe the media tell you everything? The fact is the world is ruled by money. For instant did you know the bush and bin laden family are business partners with strong relations? You can even find pictures of the bush and binladen family together. The whole terrorism thing is bullshit, it’s simply put in place to scare people, because a nation with fears are easy to control.

    Now they killed binladen (which I guarantee is not true) so they can introduce a new enemy. The whole binladen thing ran its course, people have forgotten about it, so now they get rid of the old enemy and introduce a new one. Who knows what will happen but what I am sure of is that very soon some thing big will happen that will shock the world, I’m talking 9/11 big.

    How do I know this? My father worked for the CIA, he’s retired now and he warns all his family not to go to any big events, he’s hinting the olympics in london, so if I was you i would stay away from the olympics, something will most likely happen there.

    But of course most of you wont believe it and things its bullshit, just wait and see for yourself.

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