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2006-03-11 Terror Networks
More Rakan bin Williams drivel
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Posted by Dan Darling 2006-03-11 03:30|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [6471 views since 2007-05-07]  Top

#1 What if we drive out every last muslim instead? That would be a lot easier, not to mention cheaper.
Posted by Angung Omoling9114 2006-03-11 10:52||   2006-03-11 10:52|| Front Page Top

#2 Rakan bin Williams is another personification of Johnny Jihadi. Rakan is a middle east comic book hero and bin Williams is the western jihadi.

The name is a code word that activates the western and EU sleeper cells and other influenced muslims. Watch for mosques that start invoking this name during Friday prayers.
Posted by Thinemp Whimble2412 2006-03-11 11:30||   2006-03-11 11:30|| Front Page Top

#3 These idiots have no idea how absolutely dependent they are on the west. If they really could and did destroy us, they would all starve. The muslim world would collapse without the west.

Posted by Throlugum Shuter9373 2006-03-11 17:51||   2006-03-11 17:51|| Front Page Top

#4 There are numerous lexical/syntactical clues in the post. At first, the word "expedition" caught my eye, making me wonder whether this is primarily about border infiltration. But this choice of words may mean something or nothing.

OTOH, the wordings/collocations reveal a (contrived or real)
non-native speaker of English:

"under cover" [as separate words]
"discern your wonder..." [odd collocation]
"What could be the theme?" [missplaced verb-a native speaker would put 'be' at the end of the question]
"How would anyone in a right mind, while in the preparation stages, discloses the objectives?" [substituted indefinite article for a possessive adjective; incorrect verb conjugation-English 101]
"But if they could not identify and foil the devastating events..." [odd use of conditional tense-a native speaker would use 'can' in this context]
"Military experts would fully agree that such a disclosure would only come out from an insane." [an adjective incorrectly used as a noun]
"...the next expedition might not find someone who can provide analysis for" [a very un-native-like sentence construction]
"have been carried out a few years back" [a native speaker would use 'were' in this construction, not 'has been']


This person, (or persons-there are linguistic signs that this may have been written by two or more people of different fluency levels), whoever IT is, has a very poor understanding of the vocabulary, collocations, conditional tenses, sentence construction and word order of English. Those may prove useful or incidental clues.
Posted by Jules 2006-03-11 21:20||   2006-03-11 21:20|| Front Page Top

#5 Impressive, Jules!
Posted by trailing wife 2006-03-11 22:50||   2006-03-11 22:50|| Front Page Top

#6 Thanks, TW. There are many more impressive linguistics folks out there than me, but few more committed to exposing jihadi bullsh*t.
Posted by Jules 2006-03-11 23:39||   2006-03-11 23:39|| Front Page Top

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