jonny Stewalot has his fingers in it ... but, i don't do the vids at work, so haven't seen what he's hoo-hawin' about.
however, i do have a few thoughts of my own to splurge out regarding the Miami Seven.
If you'd like a skip down insanity lane ... check out the stupid-speak in an article from the "common voice." And if you don't think that's not an influence or a mindset shared by more than a few down-home voters in this country, I point to the current occupants of the White House as evidence to consider.
These geniuses down in Miami that got nailed as 'terrorists' were a few poor as dirt raf-boys who didn't have any contact with Al-Qaeda other than the mutherF'in government informant who gawdamn swore them into the 'organization.' They couldn't even afford a camera to take pictures of their targets - the damn informant had to buy it for them. And these patsies stormed around their neighborhoods in the military uniforms that the government informant paid for, proclaiming they would gladly give their lives for Allah.
Boy, that's some secretive, top-notch training.
the leader of the group, Narseal Batiste, was a "Moses-like figure who would roam the streets in a cape or bathrobe, toting a crooked wooden cane and looking for young men to join his group." Batiste gathered his acolytes in a Miami gym to teach them an obscure religion called "Seas of David," and to practice martial arts. tP
Entrapment - pure and simple.
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I know this world holds no place for rational thought - but this ... this pushes me too far into babblethink. This boggles my mind to such depths of rubixness, that the harddrive comes desparately close to a critical snap, a crash, a meltdown.