Saturday, 23 December 2017

HOME-GROWN TERRORIST WANTED TO BE USEFUL

Former marine Everitt Aaron Jameson said to an undercover FBI agent that an attack on Pier 39 in San Francisco would make him happy. He said he converted to Islam two years ago, was inspired by ISIL, and was ready to die. 

In his martyrdom letter he wrote:

"You've allowed Donald J Trump to give away Al Quds (Jerusalem) to the Jews. Both you and he are wrong, it belongs to the Muslemeen (Muslims). Long live Isil, long live Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi."

Jameson feels betrayed. I think that's the trigger, not the reason for plotting a terror attack.

Everitt Aaron Jameson

I suspect that Jameson's anger began long ago. A person who feels useful about waging terror has issues, aside from faith, religion, or propaganda. 

Do his actions stem from being discharged from the military? There is no timeline in his bio, so I cannot tell whether he became a militant before or after.



Is it about revenge? It would be heartbreaking if disenchanted, alienated, angry people confuse being a muslim with becoming a terrorist. 
 

Montonero founders Fernando Vaca Narvaja (l) with Mario Firmenich.



















Montonero commander Marcelo Daniel Kurlat (l) and Ernesto Che Guevara

Our terrorists in Argentina began assembling and organizing into cells fifteen years before the first terror attack. Their rage was about the end of democracy, the taking of their rights and freedoms by a bunch of autocrats (armed forces). The terrorists had been raised in catholic and jewish homes, but they became marxists. There was no god; the church was an irrelevant institution.

I think it was hopelessness that drove them over the edge.

Whatever fuels Jameson today, waging terror is wrong, unacceptable. America and the world will not put up with it. 




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