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Old 02-22-2009, 03:13 AM   #21
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Fair enough to say if we knew where they were at it would be much like a weekend hunting trip to make them where they are no longer at! So how do we get real information and not vague implication they are living next door?

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The training camps came up on O'Reily a few nights ago and on Hannity as well. I think is the religious coalition.org that discussed it. Estimated 35 camps scattered throughout the United States. Even in Texas, the organization visit seven camps and confronted them (the leadership) and showed them the video, they said "YES" from what he said. Scary! The State, local and federal agencies know this and are not shutting these terrorist training camps down. The local law enforcement, told them that they have a right and have not done anything illegal.

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While the idea of Muslim training camps sparks fear in a lot of people I would hate to see preemptive targeting of people getting together to practice civilian defense based on ideology or religion. Seems like a slippery slope. First it's Islamic groups, then Christian then any religious group and finally anybody getting together is deemed "terrorist" in nature.
I'm not being serious about going deer hunting in upstate NY. Mostly because poaching is illegal. I have to trust in our government to do the right thing. Unfortunately, they "can't" do anything until innocent citizens are harmed or killed.

I'm not talking about practicing "civilian defense" based on ideology or religion. I'm talking about "civilian defense" against a group of people who's religion is violence against any nonbelievers. People who strike fear in homeowners next to or near these training camps because there is automatic gun fire coming from their back yards. And the fact that they are training how to assassinate and murder people. Its a slap in the face to any victim of 9/11 and the war against terrorism.

Its a bullsh1t broken system because people like this, and other violent groups/religions, can get away with what they practice. It just infuriates me. Then I remember how worse off other countries are.
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Well if these numbnuts have satellite offices in Tulare Co. and Squaw Valley, Ca. That puts them just over an hour away from where I live and about 30 minutes away from where I work.
Tulare Co. is in the middle of the Central San Joaquin Valley and Squaw Valley is on the western edge of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range at about 2500 foot elevation. Perfect location for a training camp for PU$$IES.
I work in Fresno who's population is quickly approaching 500,000. Such an inviting target for the lunatic fringe.

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