|In an article headed "CIA Told to Do 'Whatever Necessary' to Kill Bin
Laden," the Washington Post stated that "Intelligence and law enforcement
agencies attempt to run every threat [of terrorism] to ground to see if it is
To the millions of men that have been the subject of false physical- or
sexual abuse allegations it will come as no surprise to see that some of the threats that
intelligence and law enforcement agencies discover in the pursuit of terrorist activities
are no more than false allegations by vindictive ex-wives.
Intelligence and law enforcement agencies attempt to run every threat to ground to see
if it is genuine, officials said. The results at times have been unexpected. In early
October, a woman called authorities to say it was her patriotic duty to report that her
husband, who is from the Middle East, was planning an attack with eight or nine friends on
Chicago's Sears Tower.
The woman sounded credible and her allegations were reported in the Threat Matrix. The
FBI then detained her husband and friends. On the next Threat Matrix the CIA reported that
the FBI might have broken up an al Qaeda cell.
Upon further investigation, the FBI learned that the woman was furious with her
husband, who had a second wife. Her allegations had no merit, but the bureau discovered
that some of the people were involved in an arranged-marriage scheme.
"Instead of terrorism," one official said, "we found an angry
Another senior official said, "There can be a problem in a marriage and it results
in, you know, an allegation that shows up in the Threat Matrix."
Isn't that an odd comment in the last sentence in the quote? The
allegation under discussion was made by a vindictive ex-wife against her ex-husband
who had re-married and his friends. Unless a man is involved in bigamy, "a
second wife" usually means that the man re-married. Seeing that the article made no
mention of bigamy, the allegation was not a problem in a marriage. It was a problem that
arose long after a marriage had broken up and ended in divorce.
Aside from the fact that nine or ten men were arrested and kept in jail as a result of
this false allegation, the costs of the sleuthing done by the FBI, CIA, local law
enforcement agencies, aviation authorities and more in consequence must have run into
hundreds of thousands of dollars.
It will of course be unrealistic to hope that any charges will be brought against the
woman who made the false allegation. Charges are usually never laid, as women are entitled
to make any kind of allegations with impunity and are virtually never held to account for
any of the damages they cause.
If an allegation results in a man having to serve a sentence and is later determined to
have been false, that will most likely still not result in charges against the woman who
made the false allegation. Even if charges are brought forth against the woman and she
should be found guilty, it will rarely result in more than an admonishment but *never* in
a sentence as severe as the time served by the victim of the allegation and most certainly
never in restitution for any damages caused.
They say that women don't lie, or if they are caught in a lie, that they made a mistake
or were "credible." If all else fails, it is usually said that the woman
couldn't help herself, that something or someone made her do it perhaps hormones or
the Devil himself or perhaps just anger but most often it is a man who gets the
blame when a woman commits a crime.
That's the way things have to be, because the feminists insist that women are pure and
without blame, even though the only way in which that could be possible would be that all
women are imbeciles and legal minors.
The only other and reasonable explanation is that some women are "terrorists in the family."