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edavis885 Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 9:15 PM
A group Saudi Arabians opposed putting infidel American troops into Saudi Arabia prior to Gulf War 1, They are ignored and US troops go into Saudi Arabia. After Gulf War 1 the Americans don't leave. There are threats/warnings for Americans to get out and then escalating attacks against US targets culminating in the 9/11 attacks by a group of predominately Saudi Arabian terrorists. Terrorists who wanted American troops out of their home country. War is the continuation of politics by other means. Terrorism is a tactic. It is a form of guerrilla warfare. The original stated political goal was to get American troops out of Saudi Arabia.So yes American foreign policy thought up by our political elite was directly responsible for 9/11.
edavis885 Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 9:23 PM
You can also add in American immigration policy as the State Department let the terrorists into the country. But immigration policy is a subset of foreign policy. Right now for whatever reason American policy is not to secure our borders, let anybody into the country that wants to come, promote imports, destroy US manufacturing, and go overseas pissing people off that know how to make bombs. Really, Iran doesn't need and ICBM. They could walk a disassembled nuke across the US/Mexican border. If fact any foreign country could do it. Now if you agree with this foreign policy then fine, but don't complain about the consequences. I however call it insanity.

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