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April 1, 2011

What's Up With 'Three Middle Eastern Men' Stories

Topics: Political News and commentaries, Understanding Islam

Two stories in the news this week that have referred to "Three Middle Eastern men" worthy of mention (emphasis mine):

In Chicago:

A Portland, Ore.-bound flight made a "level two emergency" stop in Chicago Tuesday night after passengers said three men, reportedly of Middle Eastern descent, were acting strangely, even fighting with flight crews.

At least one of the men walked back to the area of the plane where flight attendants work, laid down and began complaining of illness. That man engaged in "some sort of altercation" with the flight attendant, a passenger said.

At one point another man, who was pacing back and forth in the aisles, also got into a "verbal altercation" with a flight attendant, according to a passenger.

Reading through the rest of the story at the link, it just gets stranger and seemingly way beyond being explained by mere happenstance.

At the Camp Pendleton Marine base in California:

Marine base Camp Pendleton -- one of the largest military bases in the country-- is reportedly on high alert after three Middle Eastern men tried to enter the base last weekend on multiple occasions in multiple vehicles. And while the men initially claimed they didn't know each other and simply took a wrong turn, new information from a local gas station about "hateful comments" and "terrorist threats" casts doubt on their story:
The Blaze (see above link) asks the question, "Dry run or wrong turn?" Whatever the case, reports that all three men were Iranian ... yet they claim they didn't know each other? So, supposedly they just happened to have all three been involved in very strange behavior at the same time and at the same place?

Both events in themselves are strange, beyond what could be considered mere happenstance. No connection between the two events is reported, implied, or even suspected, other than on my part which is that all of these "Middle Eastern men" 'appear' to have been up to some kind of no good (how else to explain their 'beyond strange' behavior?) and likely share a common ideology (as usual, our politically-correct media is leaving it up to us to guess figure out).

So borrowing from and expanding a bit on The Blaze's question ... beyond strange and pure happenstance ... or "dry run"?

Posted by Richard at April 1, 2011 6:31 AM

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