Thanks to YouTube, the groundwork is being laid right here in America that could make exploding pressure cookers look like firecrackers; Al-Jazeera and YouTube are both complicit. As unbelievable as it sounds, Al-Jazeera T.V. (yes, the same Al-Jazeera that purchased Al Gore’s Current TV) – in collaboration with the Free Syrian Army – aired an exclusive training session (disguised as a news report) on how to make an improvised explosive device (IED) for its viewing audience, the same type used extensively against U.S.-led Coalition forces, which were responsible for approximately 63% of coalition deaths in Iraq.
This is not just any old IED; it is the massive type that can bring down large buildings and cause high death tolls. Terrorists, being the rabid nihilists that they are, were curious about how to make a highly explosive version from basic materials, so Al-Jazeera T.V. featured some real experts from the Free Syrian Army who brought an unexploded device to a remote location and gave eager would-be terrorists a tutorial.
Now it’s on YouTube and Arabic-speaking terrorists all across the United States can watch it.
Instead of posting the actual video, which is still available on YouTube, we’ve translated a portion of it and muted the instructional parts in Arabic:
Before we get to YouTube’s irresponsible decision to leave countless unedited versions – like the one above – posted on its website, despite our attempts to flag them to no avail, consider who aired the entire aforementioned instructional lesson in Arabic – to ARABIC Audiences! That would be Al-Jazeera – the same Al-Jazeera that Al Gore sold Current TV to after Current TV allegedly told Glenn Beck the following after the talk show host expressed interest in purchasing Al Gore’s network:
“…the legacy of who the network goes to is important to us and we are sensitive to networks not aligned with our point of view,”
Glenn Beck himself, quoted the call he received back from Current TV:
“Yeah, umm‑umm, no, not even interested. We ‑‑ our legacy is too important and there would quite frankly be too many people, too many friends that the vice president would have to explain why he’s selling to Glenn Beck.”
Got it? Al Gore was more concerned about having to answer questions about why he sold to Glenn Beck than he was about having to answer questions like the ones posed to him in Austin, TX this past March.
Pay attention to Gore beginning at the :56 mark when he says the following about Al-Jazeera:
“I think that the addition of a very high quality, twenty-four / seven, honest-to-goodness news channel that covers international news as well as national, that covers climate, that covers poverty, that covers issues that are ignored today, has the potential to be disruptive in a creative and positive way and raise the game for television journalism here in the United States of America.”
So, Mr. Gore, would you consider showing terrorists how to make bombs “disruptive”, “creative”, and “positive”?
In January, Walid co-signed a letter addressed to Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX), Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee. McCaul has expressed no interest – at least not publicly – in addressing the concerns in the letter.
YouTube, like Al-Jazeera, has no scruples or restrictions when it comes to what is posted in Arabic; one can find thousands of downloaded videos on YouTube in Arabic from the most gruesome Joseph Mengele-type murders of civilians to bomb making techniques. We have flagged these videos multiple times and have asked your facebook friends to do the same but…
They’re still up. We, however, know firsthand what it’s like to be censored by YouTube.
Here are some screen shots of other terror training videos. We have not posted links to the actual videos for obvious reasons but encourage anyone who reads this to contact your local FBI Office. We would be happy to provide links to these videos – as well as the full version of the first video above, to the proper authorities.
These are not your average Molotov Cocktails; these do significant damage:
Qassam rocket instruction:
Enjoying tea and making rockets on the living room coffee table:
The Tsarnaev brothers learned how to make pressure cooker bombs. Tamerlan went to Dagestan but there are plenty of videos available on the internet from which he could have learned to do the same or worse. In fact, there are countless videos available on YouTube that instruct viewers how to make bombs that would have made Tim McVeigh blush.
As for the FBI, we urge you to contact the closest field office and alert them to these videos, especially if you see suspicious activity in your area.
While the Boston bombers are held up as heroes in the Middle East, you can be assured that there are more just like them in the U.S. who seek to replicate – or even top – their efforts. In the years since 9/11, you’d think there would be fewer Saudi nationals in the U.S.
Before 9/11, there were less than 10,000 Saudi students in the U.S. Today, the number is closer to 100,000.
That doesn’t even count Chechnya, Iraq, Pakistan, Iran, Lebanon, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Nigeria, Syria, etc.
As of now, they all have access to YouTube, who will have American blood on its hands if one of the videos it has allowed to remain on its site serves as the training manual for a weapon of mass destruction.
To paraphrase Paul Revere: The Terrorists are Coming!