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Ohio mall terrorism defendant deported to Somalia

There are 130 comments on the WBNS story from Nov 19, 2012, titled Ohio mall terrorism defendant deported to Somalia. In it, WBNS reports that:

Nuradin Abdi completed his prison sentence in August and was in federal custody in Louisiana while final preparations were made to return him to Somalia.

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“animis opibusque parati”

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#42 Nov 20, 2012
Johnson Gigantus wrote:
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You don't argue a point. You just argue. Your stupidity is a terrorist attack upon everyone's intelligence.
In other words, you've got nothin'...as always.
Oliver Twist

Springboro, OH

#43 Nov 20, 2012
freda84 wrote:
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Jackie Chiles offered just 11 examples out of many instances of terrorism by Americans to contrast your focusing upon foreigners as the source of terrorism. During the two decades between 1980 and 2000, the FBI confirmed 250 out of 335 terrorist acts inside the United States were carried out by American citizens.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domestic_terrori...
The Somalis come here because their culture is completely dysfunction. When the Italians were in Somalia the land flourished. But once Whites left, Somalia fell apart, ditto Uganda, ditto Rhodesia, ditto the French leaving Haiti; ditto White Flight in 1977 due to busing and the resulting chaos in Columbus City Schools, learn history and get a clue.
NRA Member for life

Springboro, OH

#44 Nov 20, 2012
Nuradin Abdi is not the only Somali plotting terrorism on this country. How many people have to die before you liberals wake up.

Nuradin Abdi completed his prison sentence in August and was in federal custody in Louisiana while final preparations were made to return him to Somalia.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Monday confirmed the deportation.

Abdi's sister, Kaltun Karani, says the family is happy that Abdi is a free man.

The Justice Department accused Abdi of suggesting a plan to shoot up an unidentified Columbus shopping mall during an August 2002 meeting at a coffee shop with two friends, both of whom were later convicted of terrorism charges.

Early reports indicated the threat might also have included bombing a mall.
curious

Columbus, OH

#45 Nov 20, 2012
Oliver Twist wrote:
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The Somalis come here because their culture is completely dysfunction. When the Italians were in Somalia the land flourished. But once Whites left, Somalia fell apart, ditto Uganda, ditto Rhodesia, ditto the French leaving Haiti; ditto White Flight in 1977 due to busing and the resulting chaos in Columbus City Schools, learn history and get a clue.
References please.
Oliver

Springboro, OH

#46 Nov 21, 2012
curious wrote:
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References please.
On May 9, 1936, Mussolini proclaimed the creation of the Italian Empire, calling it the Africa Orientale Italiana (A.O.I.) and formed by Ethiopia, Eritrea and Italian Somaliland. The Italians made many new investments in infrastructure in the region, such as the Strada Imperiale ("imperial road") between Addis Ababa and Mogadishu.

Over the course of Italian Somaliand's existence, many Somali troops fought in the so-called Regio Corpo Truppe Coloniali. The soldiers were enrolled as Dubats, Zaptiť and Bande irregolari. During World War II, these troops were regarded as a wing of the Italian Army's Infantry Division, as was the case in Libya and Eritrea. The Zaptiť provided a ceremonial escort for the Italian Viceroy (Governor) as well as the territorial police. There were already more than one thousand such soldiers in 1922. In 1941, in Italian Somaliland and Ethiopia, 2,186 Zaptiť plus an additional 500 recruits under training officially constituted a part of the Carabinieri. They were organised into a battalion commanded by Major Alfredo Serranti that defended Culqualber (Ethiopia) for three months until this military unit was destroyed by the Allies. After heavy fighting, the Somali troops and the Italian Carabinieri received full military honors from the British.[45]

In the first half of 1940, there were 22,000 Italians living in Somalia and the colony was one of the most developed in East Africa in terms of the standard of living of the colonists and of the Somalis, mainly in the urban areas. More than 10,000 Italians were living in Mogadishu, the administrative capital of the Africa Orientale Italiana, and new buildings were erected in the Italian architectural tradition. By 1940, the Villaggio Duca degli Abruzzi (Jowhar) had a population of 12,000 people, of whom nearly 3,000 were Italian Somalians, and enjoyed a notable level of development with a small manufacturing area with agricultural industries (sugar mills, etc.).[46]

In the second half of 1940, Italian troops invaded British Somaliland[47] and ejected the British. The Italians also occupied parts of the British East Africa Protectorate bordering Jubaland around the towns of Moyale and Buna
curious

Columbus, OH

#47 Nov 21, 2012
Oliver wrote:
<quoted text>
On May 9, 1936, Mussolini proclaimed the creation of the Italian Empire, calling it the Africa Orientale Italiana (A.O.I.) and formed by Ethiopia, Eritrea and Italian Somaliland. The Italians made many new investments in infrastructure in the region, such as the Strada Imperiale ("imperial road") between Addis Ababa and Mogadishu.
Over the course of Italian Somaliand's existence, many Somali troops fought in the so-called Regio Corpo Truppe Coloniali. The soldiers were enrolled as Dubats, Zaptiť and Bande irregolari. During World War II, these troops were regarded as a wing of the Italian Army's Infantry Division, as was the case in Libya and Eritrea. The Zaptiť provided a ceremonial escort for the Italian Viceroy (Governor) as well as the territorial police. There were already more than one thousand such soldiers in 1922. In 1941, in Italian Somaliland and Ethiopia, 2,186 Zaptiť plus an additional 500 recruits under training officially constituted a part of the Carabinieri. They were organised into a battalion commanded by Major Alfredo Serranti that defended Culqualber (Ethiopia) for three months until this military unit was destroyed by the Allies. After heavy fighting, the Somali troops and the Italian Carabinieri received full military honors from the British.[45]
In the first half of 1940, there were 22,000 Italians living in Somalia and the colony was one of the most developed in East Africa in terms of the standard of living of the colonists and of the Somalis, mainly in the urban areas. More than 10,000 Italians were living in Mogadishu, the administrative capital of the Africa Orientale Italiana, and new buildings were erected in the Italian architectural tradition. By 1940, the Villaggio Duca degli Abruzzi (Jowhar) had a population of 12,000 people, of whom nearly 3,000 were Italian Somalians, and enjoyed a notable level of development with a small manufacturing area with agricultural industries (sugar mills, etc.).[46]
In the second half of 1940, Italian troops invaded British Somaliland[47] and ejected the British. The Italians also occupied parts of the British East Africa Protectorate bordering Jubaland around the towns of Moyale and Buna
Source?

Since: Sep 12

Hilliard, OH

#48 Nov 21, 2012
curious wrote:
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Source?
You never took a 20th century history course?

Since: Jul 12

United States

#50 Nov 21, 2012
"It is my opinion that the use of this barbarous weapon at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was of no material assistance in our war against Japan. The Japanese were almost defeated and ready to surrender. In being the first to use it, we adopted an ethical standard common to the barbarians of the Dark Ages." - Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy, Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during World War II

"The Japanese were ready to surrender and it wasn't necessary to hit them with that awful thing." - General Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1961 interview

"Truman was reckless with no regard for human life. The demonstration of our new atomic weapons could have easily been arranged to take place at a remote location, so his selection of two major population centers as targets is indefensible. Truman carelessly cast aside concerns about postblast radiation which was an unknown quantity at that time. Prior to the Trinity test, several atomic scientists from Oak Ridge sternly warned him about the possibility of an unstoppable chain reaction in the atmosphere which could effectively destroy the world. Dropping the bombs to 'end the war sooner' was a falacy because Truman actually had to lengthen the war. First he postponed the Potsdam Conference and thereby the Russian declaration of war on Japan for two weeks until the bomb was ready and then he had the language for assurances to the Emperor deleted so the Potsdam Declaration would be unacceptable. If Russia had entered the war, Japan would have certainly surrendered before our planned invasion in November because their military was already collapsing." - Jarrod Keller, 1946 War Department Report

Since: Sep 12

Hilliard, OH

#51 Nov 21, 2012
Little NanoNano Cleavon wrote:
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Got your Depends up in a bunch, CleavieBoy????
Always, at the ignorance of adults who have allegedly graduated high school yet show no results of even having attended.
You're one of them, troll.
Karl

Medina, OH

#52 Nov 21, 2012
Attorney Jackie Chiles wrote:
"It is my opinion that the use of this barbarous weapon at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was of no material assistance in our war against Japan. The Japanese were almost defeated and ready to surrender. In being the first to use it, we adopted an ethical standard common to the barbarians of the Dark Ages." - Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy, Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during World War II
"The Japanese were ready to surrender and it wasn't necessary to hit them with that awful thing." - General Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1961 interview
"Truman was reckless with no regard for human life. The demonstration of our new atomic weapons could have easily been arranged to take place at a remote location, so his selection of two major population centers as targets is indefensible. Truman carelessly cast aside concerns about postblast radiation which was an unknown quantity at that time. Prior to the Trinity test, several atomic scientists from Oak Ridge sternly warned him about the possibility of an unstoppable chain reaction in the atmosphere which could effectively destroy the world. Dropping the bombs to 'end the war sooner' was a falacy because Truman actually had to lengthen the war. First he postponed the Potsdam Conference and thereby the Russian declaration of war on Japan for two weeks until the bomb was ready and then he had the language for assurances to the Emperor deleted so the Potsdam Declaration would be unacceptable. If Russia had entered the war, Japan would have certainly surrendered before our planned invasion in November because their military was already collapsing." - Jarrod Keller, 1946 War Department Report
You realize that even after the Emperor agreed to surrender, that a coup nearly took place to continue the war.

No nukes, no surrender.

We killed more people in the Tokyo firebombing
Telgin

Valley City, OH

#53 Nov 21, 2012
Attorney Jackie Chiles wrote:
"It is my opinion that the use of this barbarous weapon at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was of no material assistance in our war against Japan. The Japanese were almost defeated and ready to surrender. In being the first to use it, we adopted an ethical standard common to the barbarians of the Dark Ages." - Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy, Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during World War II
"The Japanese were ready to surrender and it wasn't necessary to hit them with that awful thing." - General Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1961 interview
"Truman was reckless with no regard for human life. The demonstration of our new atomic weapons could have easily been arranged to take place at a remote location, so his selection of two major population centers as targets is indefensible. Truman carelessly cast aside concerns about postblast radiation which was an unknown quantity at that time. Prior to the Trinity test, several atomic scientists from Oak Ridge sternly warned him about the possibility of an unstoppable chain reaction in the atmosphere which could effectively destroy the world. Dropping the bombs to 'end the war sooner' was a falacy because Truman actually had to lengthen the war. First he postponed the Potsdam Conference and thereby the Russian declaration of war on Japan for two weeks until the bomb was ready and then he had the language for assurances to the Emperor deleted so the Potsdam Declaration would be unacceptable. If Russia had entered the war, Japan would have certainly surrendered before our planned invasion in November because their military was already collapsing." - Jarrod Keller, 1946 War Department Report
Japan should have stayed the hell away from Hawaii. They wanted to pull a sneak attack on us like a bunch of cowards and paid the price.

Since: Sep 12

Hilliard, OH

#54 Nov 21, 2012
Attorney Jackie Chiles wrote:
"It is my opinion that the use of this barbarous weapon at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was of no material assistance in our war against Japan. The Japanese were almost defeated and ready to surrender. In being the first to use it, we adopted an ethical standard common to the barbarians of the Dark Ages." - Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy, Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during World War II
"The Japanese were ready to surrender and it wasn't necessary to hit them with that awful thing." - General Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1961 interview
"Truman was reckless with no regard for human life. The demonstration of our new atomic weapons could have easily been arranged to take place at a remote location, so his selection of two major population centers as targets is indefensible. Truman carelessly cast aside concerns about postblast radiation which was an unknown quantity at that time. Prior to the Trinity test, several atomic scientists from Oak Ridge sternly warned him about the possibility of an unstoppable chain reaction in the atmosphere which could effectively destroy the world. Dropping the bombs to 'end the war sooner' was a falacy because Truman actually had to lengthen the war. First he postponed the Potsdam Conference and thereby the Russian declaration of war on Japan for two weeks until the bomb was ready and then he had the language for assurances to the Emperor deleted so the Potsdam Declaration would be unacceptable. If Russia had entered the war, Japan would have certainly surrendered before our planned invasion in November because their military was already collapsing." - Jarrod Keller, 1946 War Department Report
Your silly argument is stopped cold by the nonsensical "the atmosphere will catch fire" argument.
Read up on Operation Olympic and you'll get some idea of what the atomic bombings prevented. The read about Operation Coronet and you'll be thankful.
Karl

Medina, OH

#55 Nov 21, 2012
Telgin wrote:
<quoted text>Japan should have stayed the hell away from Hawaii. They wanted to pull a sneak attack on us like a bunch of cowards and paid the price.
In the cultural Marxist viewpoint the story goes like this:

-The racist white US resisted Japanese expansion because it feared a non-white hegemon

-The US reacted to Japanese seizure of Manchuria by embargoing oil sales to Japan, this made Japan go to war.

-There are theories as well that FDR let them attack (not Marxist in nature, I think they did know an attack was coming but in the Philippines, not Pearl Harbor)

This is the same logic used in reference to Iran, with religion replacing race as the motivator.

-The US resists Iran because Iran is Islamic and offers a better model of government than the decadent secular west.

-US sanctions will be the cause of war, not the Iran will not negotiate any restrictions on enrichment.

(same thing with Japan in 1940, they never negotiated in good faith out of Manchuria)

These views are widespread among university professors.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#56 Nov 21, 2012
Attorney Jackie Chiles wrote:
"It is my opinion that the use of this barbarous weapon at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was of no material assistance in our war against Japan. The Japanese were almost defeated and ready to surrender. In being the first to use it, we adopted an ethical standard common to the barbarians of the Dark Ages." - Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy, Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during World War II
"The Japanese were ready to surrender and it wasn't necessary to hit them with that awful thing." - General Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1961 interview
"Truman was reckless with no regard for human life. The demonstration of our new atomic weapons could have easily been arranged to take place at a remote location, so his selection of two major population centers as targets is indefensible. Truman carelessly cast aside concerns about postblast radiation which was an unknown quantity at that time. Prior to the Trinity test, several atomic scientists from Oak Ridge sternly warned him about the possibility of an unstoppable chain reaction in the atmosphere which could effectively destroy the world. Dropping the bombs to 'end the war sooner' was a falacy because Truman actually had to lengthen the war. First he postponed the Potsdam Conference and thereby the Russian declaration of war on Japan for two weeks until the bomb was ready and then he had the language for assurances to the Emperor deleted so the Potsdam Declaration would be unacceptable. If Russia had entered the war, Japan would have certainly surrendered before our planned invasion in November because their military was already collapsing." - Jarrod Keller, 1946 War Department Report
You are obviously ignorant of history........

I you want me to explain actual facts to you, I will have to charge you.

Try this instead...

http://www.essortment.com/did-president-truma...

Since: Jul 12

United States

#57 Nov 21, 2012
Telgin wrote:
<quoted text>Japan should have stayed the hell away from Hawaii. They wanted to pull a sneak attack on us like a bunch of cowards and paid the price.
"Sneak attacks" are a standard tactic in any battle plan and they've been employed since cavemen learned how to throw stones.
Contrary to myth, Japan didn't arbitrarily decide to attack Pearl Harbor without provocation:

In September 1940, the U.S. decided to involve itself with Japan's occupation of northern French Indochina by imposing an embargo of of steel, iron, and aviation fuel exports to Japan.

After Japan occupied southern Indochina in mid-1941, the U.S., Britain, and Netherlands froze Japanese assets. This prevented Japan from buying oil, which would, in time, cripple its military.

In response, Japan pursued two simultaneous courses: attempt to get the oil embargo lifted and prepare for war. The Japanese military was directed to devise a war plan to establish a defensive perimeter in the central and southwest Pacific. As their greatest concern was that the U.S. Pacific Fleet could foil their plans, the Japanese navy decided to attack fleet headquarters at Pearl Harbor. By attacking early on a Sunday morning, the Japanese navy caught the Pacific Fleet with its guard down. The U.S. responded as expected by declaring war and the rest is history.

Japan conducted a "sneak attack" upon a U.S. military base using conventional weapons. The U.S. conducted a "sneak attack" upon two large Japanese cities using two atomic weapons. Which one better meets the definition of "cowards"?

Since: Jul 12

United States

#58 Nov 21, 2012
Cleavon Little wrote:
<quoted text>Your silly argument is stopped cold by the nonsensical "the atmosphere will catch fire" argument.
Read up on Operation Olympic and you'll get some idea of what the atomic bombings prevented. The read about Operation Coronet and you'll be thankful.
I beg your pardon Kramers Attorney... oops... I mean Cleavon Little... but the "atmosphere will catch fire" argument wasn't my own as it was made a few years before humanity was graced by my presence.

Since: Jul 12

United States

#59 Nov 21, 2012
6was9 wrote:
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I you want me to explain actual facts to you, I will have to charge you.
I thank you for your kind offer but education is most effective when the teacher is smarter than the student.
Karl

Medina, OH

#60 Nov 21, 2012
Attorney Jackie Chiles wrote:
<quoted text>
"Sneak attacks" are a standard tactic in any battle plan and they've been employed since cavemen learned how to throw stones.
Contrary to myth, Japan didn't arbitrarily decide to attack Pearl Harbor without provocation:
In September 1940, the U.S. decided to involve itself with Japan's occupation of northern French Indochina by imposing an embargo of of steel, iron, and aviation fuel exports to Japan.
After Japan occupied southern Indochina in mid-1941, the U.S., Britain, and Netherlands froze Japanese assets. This prevented Japan from buying oil, which would, in time, cripple its military.
In response, Japan pursued two simultaneous courses: attempt to get the oil embargo lifted and prepare for war. The Japanese military was directed to devise a war plan to establish a defensive perimeter in the central and southwest Pacific. As their greatest concern was that the U.S. Pacific Fleet could foil their plans, the Japanese navy decided to attack fleet headquarters at Pearl Harbor. By attacking early on a Sunday morning, the Japanese navy caught the Pacific Fleet with its guard down. The U.S. responded as expected by declaring war and the rest is history.
Japan conducted a "sneak attack" upon a U.S. military base using conventional weapons. The U.S. conducted a "sneak attack" upon two large Japanese cities using two atomic weapons. Which one better meets the definition of "cowards"?
OK, I post a diatribe explaining the cultural Marxist revisionist view, exposing it as stupid, and you still post this...

Did Japan have a single legitimate right to occupy Manchuria, and French Indochina?

Well, in the cultural marxist world, they did because it ain't imperialism when it is a non-white doing it.

Pearl Harbor was attacked without a declaration of war.

In total war, which WWII was, there is no distinction between civil and military, the Japanese did not believe there was one.

What's next "Jackie", are you going to tell us that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is the cunning technocrat falsely accused by the evil Zionists who control the west?
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#61 Nov 21, 2012
Attorney Jackie Chiles wrote:
<quoted text>
I thank you for your kind offer but education is most effective when the teacher is smarter than the student.
That qualifies me to teach you. Bend over for lesson one.

Since: Sep 12

Hilliard, OH

#62 Nov 21, 2012
Attorney Jackie Chiles wrote:
<quoted text>
I beg your pardon Kramers Attorney... oops... I mean Cleavon Little... but the "atmosphere will catch fire" argument wasn't my own as it was made a few years before humanity was graced by my presence.
You present the argument as being in agreement with your view that Truman was some sort of bloodthirsty atomic Machiavelli.
History has proven Truman's judgement to be correct, despite the vile revisionism leftists like you have peddled for six decades. We know where you're coming from...you no doubt think Alger Hiss and Henry Wallace were swell guys.

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