With the world’s eyes on Afghanistan, how does the Taliban represent Islam?

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Former UK PM Blair warns West should prepare for bio-terrorism threat
Islamism remains a "first order" security threat and the West should prepare for potential use of biological weapons by extremist groups, former British prime minister Tony Blair said on Monday.
"COVID-19 has taught us about deadly pathogens. Bio-terror possibilities may seem like the realm of science fiction. But we would be wise now to prepare for their potential use by non-state actors," he said.
Iam now very, very intrigued as to why “they” have fallen back on the Islamic terror narrative. I suppose blaming (domestic) white supremacists/right wing groups for a bioterror attack was always going to be a hard sell after the covid lies.

Blair’s outfit has received grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation meanwhile Bill spent last year screaming about a looming bioterror attack. Reiterating the belief this year as well. Going further back in time…2017

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Before people fall for the media’s lies should an attack happen, remember what happened the last time and what is going to be asked of “you” in response. The restrictions that a bioterror attack will demand will be the stuff of nightmares.
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Iam now very, very intrigued as to why “they” have fallen back on the Islamic terror narrative. I suppose blaming (domestic) white supremacists/right wing groups for a bioterror attack was always going to be a hard sell after the covid lies.

Blair’s outfit has received grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation meanwhile Bill spent last year screaming about a looming bioterror attack. Reiterating the belief this year as well. Going further back in time…2017

Before people fall for the media’s lies should an attack happen, remember what happened the last time and what is going to be asked of “you” in response. The restrictions that a bioterror attack will demand will be the stuff of nightmares.
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What I don't understand is that Muslim countries are very backward in science. Will Taliban do it? They don't seem like the type of guys who can create something in a lab. How can this be convincing?
 






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What I don't understand is that Muslim countries are very backward in science. Will Taliban do it? They don't seem like the type of guys who can create something in a lab. How can this be convincing?
When it does happen, it will only be convincing to people who after 20 years, still believe Al qaeda did 9/11 and that muslim terrorists want to steal their freedoms. The idea of a marauding muslim terrorist who wants “Western infidels” dead still has a hold on people and elites like Blair or Bill know that, so they play it up.

Taliban or ISIS-K don’t have Bio-safety level 4 labs unless they are given access to them or the material made therein. And who stands to gain from the aftermath except the biosecurity state?

I hazard that the plan was to blame domestic actors but something went wrong with the plan. The Gain-of-Function saga with Fauci probably ruined the plot or they think people just generally wouldn’t trust the government storyline, I don’t know, but there has to a reason why the Islamic terror narrative has been resurrected.

When it does happen, i won't believe the MSM storyline because terrorism has always been "surrogate warfare" waged on behalf of the State.
 






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When it does happen, it will only be convincing to people who after 20 years, still believe Al qaeda did 9/11 and that muslim terrorists want to steal their freedoms. The idea of a marauding muslim terrorist who wants “Western infidels” dead still has a hold on people and elites like Blair or Bill know that, so they play it up.

Taliban or ISIS-K don’t have Bio-safety level 4 labs unless they are given access to them or the material made therein. And who stands to gain from the aftermath except the biosecurity state?

I hazard that the plan was to blame domestic actors but something went wrong with the plan. The Gain-of-Function saga with Fauci probably ruined the plot or they think people just generally wouldn’t trust the government storyline, I don’t know, but there has to a reason why the Islamic terror narrative has been resurrected.

When it does happen, i won't believe the MSM storyline because terrorism has always been "surrogate warfare" waged on behalf of the State.
they now rule society according to its lowest intelligence/common sense level. the average person can't wake up because they can't imagine such a great conspiracy. those who are better are alone and helpless. they know all our parts. the world is run by people who know sociology very well.
 






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With the newly declared Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, people will be asking if the actions of the new leadership are a representation or a mutation of Islam.


 






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"One of the founders of the Taliban has said that the group will resume executions and amputations as punishment, as witnesses have described a dead body being hung in a busy city centre.

"No one will tell us what our laws should be. We will follow Islam and we will make our laws on the Quran."

Mr Turabi's comments come as reports emerge that say the group has hung a dead body from a crane in the main square of a major Afghan city.

A witness told the Associated Press that four bodies were brought to the square in Herat, western Afghanistan, with three of them being moved to other areas to be put on display."
 






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"One of the founders of the Taliban has said that the group will resume executions and amputations as punishment, as witnesses have described a dead body being hung in a busy city centre.

"No one will tell us what our laws should be."

"We will follow Islam and we will make our laws on the Quran."

Mr Turabi's comments come as reports emerge that say the group has hung a dead body from a crane in the main square of a major Afghan city.

A witness told the Associated Press that four bodies were brought to the square in Herat, western Afghanistan, with three of them being moved to other areas to be put on display."
I guess that's that settled then.

The guys angling for the Taliban....

Shame on ya.
 






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MI5 report challenges views on terrorism in Britain
Exclusive: Sophisticated analysis says there is no single pathway to violent extremism

Mi5 Security Service's Behavioural Science Unit Operational Briefing Note
The MI5 research document.

Alan Travis, home affairs editor
Wed 20 Aug 2008 19.01 BST

MI5 has concluded that there is no easy way to identify those who become involved in terrorism in Britain, according to a classified internal research document on radicalisation seen by the Guardian.

The sophisticated analysis, based on hundreds of case studies by the security service, says there is no single pathway to violent extremism.

It concludes that it is not possible to draw up a typical profile of the "British terrorist" as most are "demographically unremarkable" and simply reflect the communities in which they live.

The "restricted" MI5 report takes apart many of the common stereotypes about those involved in British terrorism.
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They are mostly British nationals, not illegal immigrants and, far from being Islamist fundamentalists, most are religious novices. Nor, the analysis says, are they "mad and bad".
Those over 30 are just as likely to have a wife and children as to be loners with no ties, the research shows.

The security service also plays down the importance of radical extremist clerics, saying their influence in radicalising British terrorists has moved into the background in recent years.

The research, carried out by MI5's behavioural science unit, is based on in-depth case studies on "several hundred individuals known to be involved in, or closely associated with, violent extremist activity" ranging from fundraising to planning suicide bombings in Britain.

The main findings include:

The majority are British nationals and the remainder, with a few exceptions, are here legally. Around half were born in the UK, with others migrating here later in life. Some of these fled traumatic experiences and oppressive regimes and claimed UK asylum, but more came to Britain to study or for family or economic reasons and became radicalised many years after arriving.

Far from being religious zealots, a large number of those involved in terrorism do not practise their faith regularly. Many lack religious literacy and could actually be regarded as religious novices. Very few have been brought up in strongly religious households, and there is a higher than average proportion of converts. Some are involved in drug-taking, drinking alcohol and visiting prostitutes. MI5 says there is evidence that a well-established religious identity actually protects against violent radicalisation.

"Far from being religious zealots, a large number of those involved in terrorism do not practise their faith regularly. Many lack religious literacy and could actually be regarded as religious novices"

The "mad and bad" theory to explain why people turn to terrorism does not stand up, with no more evidence of mental illness or pathological personality traits found among British terrorists than is found in the general population.

British-based terrorists are as ethnically diverse as the UK Muslim population, with individuals from Pakistani, Middle Eastern and Caucasian backgrounds. MI5 says assumptions cannot be made about suspects based on skin colour, ethnic heritage or nationality.

Most UK terrorists are male, but women also play an important role. Sometimes they are aware of their husbands', brothers' or sons' activities, but do not object or try to stop them.

While the majority are in their early to mid-20s when they become radicalised, a small but not insignificant minority first become involved in violent extremism at over the age of 30.

Far from being lone individuals with no ties, the majority of those over 30 have steady relationships, and most have children. MI5 says this challenges the idea that terrorists are young men driven by sexual frustration and lured to "martyrdom" by the promise of beautiful virgins waiting for them in paradise. It is wrong to assume that someone with a wife and children is less likely to commit acts of terrorism.

Those involved in British terrorism are not unintelligent or gullible, and nor are they more likely to be well-educated; their educational achievement ranges from total lack of qualifications to degree-level education. However, they are almost all employed in low-grade jobs.

The researchers conclude that the results of their work "challenge many of the stereotypes that are held about who becomes a terrorist and why".

Crucially, the research has revealed that those who become terrorists "are a diverse collection of individuals, fitting no single demographic profile, nor do they all follow a typical pathway to violent extremism".

The security service believes the terrorist groups operating in Britain today are different in many important respects both from Islamist extremist activity in other parts of the world and from historical terrorist movements such as the IRA or the Red Army Faction.

The "UK restricted" MI5 "operational briefing note", circulated within the security services in June, warns that, unless they understand the varied backgrounds of those drawn to terrorism in Britain, the security services will fail to counter their activities in the short term and fail to prevent violent radicalisation continuing in the long term.

It also concludes that the research results have important lessons for the government's programme to tackle the spread of violent extremism, underlining the need for "attractive alternatives" to terrorist involvement but also warning that traditional law enforcement tactics could backfire if handled badly or used against people who are not seen as legitimate targets.

The MI5 authors stress that the most pressing current threat is from Islamist extremist groups who justify the use of violence "in defence of Islam", but that there are also violent extremists involved in non-Islamist movements.

They say that they are concerned with those who use violence or actively support the use of violence and not those who simply hold politically extreme views.

 






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This had to be stopped. So CIA staged false flag attacks on the World Trade Center, and we invaded Afghanistan, which had absolutely no responsibility for 911. After the American invasion, the opium fields were producing in no time.

Heroin rules the world, not words nor laws?
Taliban ban Opium: Afganistan don clamp down on drugs, ban on poppy harvest
 






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