Re: The terrorism meme

From: Scott Chase (
Date: Wed 06 Nov 2002 - 23:23:18 GMT

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    >From: Wade Smith <>
    >Subject: Re: The terrorism meme
    >Date: Wed, 6 Nov 2002 16:26:08 -0500
    >On Wednesday, November 6, 2002, at 03:39 , Grant Callaghan wrote:
    >>I don't remember saying it was a quote of Christ's.
    >Yes, you said 'the words of Christ', and that is why I made the comment I
    >The words of Christ are not the memes of xianity. And the words are not
    >what are being used. In fact, I am wondering just exactly you _are_ talking
    >about when you say 'the memes of Christ', because, I think you're blowing
    >them all out your rectal orifice.
    >>What I said was that the memes of conquest were flourishing in the minds
    >>of people who have been indoctrinated in the memes of Christ. The minds
    >>contain both sets of memes.
    >Granted- so, which ones are they using? Be honest. The memes of conquest
    >can indeed flourish in the minds of people 'indoctrinated' (as you say) in
    >the memes of non-conquest. Or does 'turn the other cheek' mean something
    >else to you?
    >BTW- I am not a xian.
    Which prophet was a warrior:

    a. Christ

    b. Muhammed

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