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Al Qaeda is Deaf

Longer than Afghan-Pakistan border

A recent FoxNews.com dispatch from the “America’s Third War” series—this one entitled “Fighting Drug Cartels in Guatemala” (read: “Encouraging Drug Cartels in Guatemala Such That They Might Then Be Fought”)—ends on a warning note underscoring how America’s Third War is intimately linked to the first two:

U.S. officials who specialize in counter-narcotics worry that Al Qaeda will soon realize the porous nature of the Central American-U.S. corridor”.

My question is: when?

Is Al Qaeda oblivious to the U.S. news? For how many years must the media hype this threat before it registers?

It has already been proven that Islamic extremists are compatible with Latin American socialists, drug cartels, and other excuses for U.S. militarization. Former U.S. Marine Corps officer Oliver North confirmed in a 2006 FoxNews.com column entitled “Back Door to Terror”:

Since 9-11-01, Americans living along the U.S.-Mexican border have been warning that our porous frontier is a back door for terrorist entry into this country”.

Mr. North appears to have forgotten that he was not so concerned about the porousness of the U.S. border in the 1980s, when he was exploiting it for cocaine-trafficking purposes in order to fund terror in the form of right-wing Nicaraguan death squads, who were also encouraged to exploit Honduran border permeability.

As for Al Qaeda’s sluggishness in getting with the program, perhaps Israeli propaganda arm MEMRI might lend a hand with its media translation services.

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