Wednesday, May 1

Then, Now, And What May Be

May 1, 2000 – A US State Dept. annual report on efforts to combat terrorism listed Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea, Sudan and Syria as state sponsors for terrorism.

The report indicated a shift from the Middle East to South Asia with Afghanistan and Pakistan listed as threatening.

Strange, our Pakistani buddies were seen as threatening in 2000?

You'd have to agree much has changed since then...or has it?

In the aftermath of 9/11, I seem to recall a policy of holding those who harbor terrorists just as accountable as the terrorist themselves.

Yet we're still awaiting an explanation as to why Osama bin Laden was found living in a compound just outside a Pakistani Military Academy, and not holed up in a cave somewhere...

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