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By the end of this section, you will understand Islamic terrorism better than most analysts. Where it came from, where it's going, who's driving it there will be to a large degree answered. The background detail makes this poignantly clear.
Can we trust American politicians that already know these things, like the idea of them, and throughout the primary cast their Super-Delegate vote to make sure terrorism becomes a fixture in our world? How about in our own country?
Can we trust "party delegates" or presidential candidates that openly welcome known terrorists to their presidential conventions as honored guests, bomb innocent people for them, and give a green light to genocide and breaking federal laws because their bloc votes and money elect the next president?
Will the "Super Delegates" vote YES to more terror against Americans and the world? What am I talking about?
Come on, we've all heard of the Albanian power bloc vote haven't we? Albania is sometimes known as America's 51 st state and boy do they take the elections seriously. Their bloc vote concentrated in a few geographic areas makes a big impact.
" ...will be seeking to convince more than
400,000 Albanian Americans to vote for the Illinois senator...The
Albanian American community lives in states such as New York, Massachusetts,
Florida and Michigan, and the candidates are not leaving anything to chance
considering that the 2000 presidential elections were decided by only 561 ballots
Today according to their representative lobby, the AACL, that number has increased to 750,000 bloc voters in those four states and California. Who are the Albanians?
In their own words the AACL "has been devoted to educating the public, the press, and the parliaments of the world about the unique role that Albanians played in rescuing every Jew who either lived in Albania or sought asylum there during the Nazi Holocaust."
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