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Christopher Hitchens was a Clairvoyant. Or Maybe He just didn’t pretend that a problem doesn’t exist.

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  1. Ashley, I think you might be jumping the gun here: I think the driver – although he may have been a nominal Muslim without any evidence of religious principles followed in his daily life – does not appear to have been motivated by any religious jihadist ideals… in other words, not an islamist but a pathetic loser in all areas of his life seeking to validate his pathetic time on earth by causing as much harm as he possibly could so that he would gain infamy.

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    • In this particular case, you’re right, I haven’t done my research. It’s something I actually meant to post after the last attacks in France and Belgium which were done with explicit jihadi justifications but never got around to it.

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      • You may in fact be correct… seems there are some reports the guy suddenly came up with about a hundred thousand dollars days before the attack, which he then had others smuggle to his family back in Tunisia and reports (I don’t know if they’re true) cell phone records seem to indicate him calling someone just before the attack to bring him more weapons. That sounds like islamic terrorism to me.

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