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Leon you spent the day looking at some of the videos some of the statements on these guys web sites what was your take what did you come away.
Well the the older brother and that -- clearly had had had a really harder edge.
But but what was -- of interest to me is -- in nineteen year old draw -- And dare I found two interesting things for the most part you know the -- his career goals just said kiss.
Had money and and and and and advancement.
Two things there was a video that he important that -- very brutal very graphic video that betrayed the conflict in Syria.
As a conflict between infidels.
And -- who kill innocent Muslims so clearly he had that.
And there was one video that was directed against.
From a bunker there of who is -- Moscow backed dictator and in Chechnya.
-- against Russia not against the United States but against from a -- -- -- -- these four things that I think give you some clue.
Asked -- why he was.
That involved and one month one other thing.
At the most a few months in Chechnya and he was born and in an interview somewhere by the way at the tensions -- -- by Stalin Clinton 44.
But clearly it's clear from his work's webpage it's -- you know Russian equivalents conducted all of deal of the FaceBook.
It's clear that he was romanticizing.
His his historic motherland hiss -- his.
Sort of spiritual motherland head and all the abuse that it took from Russia and all the struggle for Islam went with that.
Tim -- is derived from Tamil land that ruthless mongol.
Warlord apparently dubbed -- sort of Islam conqueror of the world has cracked a strictly a final thoughts journal and in terms.
Well I think this is going to take us and relook.
How we're doing here and certainly a process and procedures on the overall problem feel pretty good American people and -- have a sense of awareness.
About events like this I think we can go on -- allies to be quite frank about it I think we -- the -- to do that.
I think we've -- take a hard look internationally though in terms of what is going on -- our strategy dealing with international terrorism the al-Qaeda specifically.
I think initial strategy was fine.
The rise of al-Qaeda -- the region needs to be re looked I don't think we have an effective strategy whether these guys are self radicalized or not.
Terms it's a -- is the first successful bombing attack.
In twelve years.
And shocking secondarily because we have now hardened our country and are able to stop the outsiders.
Like -- the the 9/11 saudis who live elsewhere.
From coming in and killing us the problem obviously now is -- home is the self radicalized.
Naturalized Americans like the guy who tried to put the bomb in Times Square.
And those are harder to find him and those are the dead -- want that is it for the panel stay tuned for some final thoughts.
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