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> So suppose then that people are relatively easy lured into believing
> all kind of crazy stuff, as long as the promises are great enough
> to rationalize away any doubts regarding its truth content.
> This is precisely the vulnerable and sorry human trait that terrorist
> organizations eagerly tap into.
As do religious cults....hmmm, a combined religious cult/terrorist
organisation would be a double whammy. Now hwy has no one thought of that
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