8 people killed in New York muslim terror attack

Summary from multiple news sources

Manhattan, New York has been attacked again by a muslim terrorist. The man scream "allahu akbar" has he ran people down with his car and 8 people tied. This is the same tactic that muslims terrorists are using in Europe. The media is as usual is not calling this a terror attack but a incident. And is not reporting that the attacker is a muslim.

The Muslim terrorist who carried out the attack.
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Comments

  • Another terror attack in the US. Will it ever stop?

    Recently, there were terror attacks in Western cities (Manchester, Paris, Brussels, Nice) all allegedly perpetrated by Al Qaeda or ISIS.

    The question that should be asked is, "Who are the State sponsors of Al Qaeda/ ISIS or the so-called Terrorists?

    The so-called “War on Terror” should be seen for what it really is: a pretext for maintaining US world hegemony, maintaining its dangerously oversized military. .

    The two most powerful groups in the U.S. foreign policy establishment are the Israel lobby, which directs U.S. Middle East policy, and the Military-Industrial-Complex, which profits from the former group’s actions.

    Since former US Prez George W. Bush declared the “War on Terror” in October 2001, it has cost the American taxpayer approximately 6.6 trillion dollars and thousands of fallen sons and daughters & counting; but, the wars have also raked in billions of dollars for Washington’s military & business elite.

    In fact, more than seventy American companies and individuals have won up to $27 billion in contracts for work in postwar Iraq and Afghanistan according to a recent study by the Center for Public Integrity.

    According to one study, nearly 75 per cent of these private companies had employees or board members, who either served in, or had close ties to, the executive branch of the Republican and Democratic administrations, members of Congress, or the highest levels of the military.

    In 1997, a U.S. Department of Defense report stated, “the data show a strong correlation between U.S. involvement abroad and an increase in terrorist attacks against the U.S.”

    As Dr. Michel Chossudovsky, an economist, founder, director, and editor of the Center for Research on Globalization based in Montreal, Quebec, said, " “I think there’s a fundamental contradiction in the official narrative, both, of the United States and, of course, its allies. The United States is leading a War On Terrorism, which is directed against the so-called Islamic State. Yet, evidence amply confirms that the Islamic State and the various al-Qaeda-related terrorist organizations are creations of US intelligence. They’re what are called, in intelligence parlance, intelligence assets".

    Truth is, the only way America can win the “War On Terror” is if it stops giving terrorists the motivation and the resources to attack America. Terrorism is the symptom;

    American imperialism in the Middle East is the cancer.

    Simply put, the US War on Terror is terrorism; only, it is conducted on a much larger scale by people with money, jets and missiles.
  • Here we go with the liberal apologists with blaming america for this Islamic terrorism.
  • Liberal or conservative, my coconut mind cannot comprehend the list of these top US contractors gaining off conflicts in Iraq & Afghanistan:

    Guess who's the #1 contractor:

    Halliburton. Halliburton's subsidiary, KBR, is the go-to company to provide US troops in Iraq with everything from portable toilets to Internet cafes. Interestingly, Halliburton is an oil services company, whose former CEO was Dick Cheney. Dick Cheney got $34 million when he quit his Halliburton job. When he became Vice President, Halliuborton earned $39 billion for its contracts in Iraq.

    1. KBR (formerly Kellogg Brown and Root)

    2. DynCorp International (Veritas Capital)

    3. Washington Group International

    4. IAP Worldwide Services (Cerberus Capital Management)

    5. Environmental Chemical Corporation

    6. L-3 Communications Holdings

    7. Fluor Corporation

    8. Perini Corporation

    9. Orascom Construction Industries

    10. Parsons Corporation

    11. First Kuwaiti General Trading and Contracting

    12. Blackwater USA

    13. Tetra Tech

    14. AMEC

    15. Laguna Pueblo (Laguna Construction)

    16. AECOM Technology

    17. Toltest

    18. Lockheed Martin

    19. Weston Solutions

    20. Red Star Enterprises

    21. U.S.-Afghanistan Reconstruction Council

    22. Triple Canopy

    23. Shaw Group

    24. General Dynamics

    25. Innovative Technical Solutions

    26. USA Environmental

    27. Ellis Environmental Group

    28. Petrol Ofisi

    29. EOD Technology

    30. I and S Acquisition Corporation

    31. Refinery Associates of Texas

    32. Mac International FZE

    33. CH2M HILL Companies

    34. Zafer Insaat (Zafer Construction Company)

    35. Cape Environmental Management

    36. Odebrecht-Austin Joint Venture

    37. Aegis Defence Services

    38. CACI International

    39. Verizon Communications

    40. Framaco International

    41. Ronco Consulting

    42. Emta Insaat

    43. Technologists, Inc.

    44. URS Corporation

    45. Tyco International

    46. Turcas Petrol

    47. Prime Projects International General Trading

    48. Rizzani de Eccher

    49. Trigeant, Ltd.

    50. Boeing Company

    51. Harris Corporation

    52. Zapata Engineering

    53. Berger Group Holdings

    54. Camp Dresser & McKee

    55. Erinys International

    56. Versar, Inc.

    57. Biltek

    58. Sperian Protection

    59. United Infrastructure Projects

    60. RSEA Engineering

    61. URS Group-Louis Berger Group Joint Venture

    62. Raytheon Company

    63. SPARK Petrol

    64. ITT Corporation

    65. Yuksel Insaat

    66. Northrop Grumman

    67. Zenith Enterprises

    68. Amjad Dar Essalam Contracting

    69. Compass Group

    70. Alfa Consult

    71. Environmental Quality Management

    72. Al Hamra Kuwait Company

    73. Dogus Insaat (Dogus Construction Company)

    74. Delta Petrol Urunleri (Delta Petroleum Products)

    75. Kropp Holdings

    76. SM Consulting

    77. SHV Holdings

    78. Metag Insaat (Metag Construction Trade Co.)

    79. Al-Khaffaf Group

    80. Stanley Baker Hill

    81. Telford Aviation

    82. SEI Group

    83. CDM/CAPE Joint Venture

    84. Watkinson, L.L.C.

    85. First Iraq Contracting

    86. AllWorld Language Consultant

    87. MWH Global

    88. Oshkosh Truck

    89. Al Wadan Company

    90. Diplomat Freight Service

    91. Concentric Project Controllers

    92. Computer Sciences Corporation

    93. Ho-Chunk, Inc.

    94. Coastal International Security

    95. Global Innovation Partners

    96. Torres Advanced Enterprise Solutions

    97. Detection Monitoring Technologies

    98. Associates In Rural Development

    99. ITAS Engineering

    100. OBD Construction Company
  • edited November 2
    Give us the sources to these so called original thoughts. And i should warn you copying and pasting is not allowed in this forum. I know i got a warning 2 days ago from Admin.Sarem Chuuk for copying and pasting which i did not do, which he says is the reason he depleted some of my discussions. Anyways on to the subject at hand.


    US is far from a colonial power. And this is not about that. Is about a muslim terrorist who used the visa program supported by democrats to get into the country and carried out this horrible act. America and islam have been at war for a 100 years, the muslims started it and its just being reignited. I believe is known in history as the Barbary wars.
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