Re: The terrorism meme

From: Jeremy Bradley (
Date: Sun 17 Nov 2002 - 05:15:48 GMT

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    At 10:17 PM 16/11/02 -0600, you wrote: Jeremy:
    >> The trouble with cultures that are formed on a binary value system is
    >> that everything must be an either or finality. If we are to finally
    >> get out of this mess, it will probably be a solution from outsede of
    >> the 2 x 2 frame. IOW, of course I care and I don't even know what an
    >> anarchist Turgenevian Bazarov is. Jeremy

    >But what we are facing is Islamofascism, which is the exact opposite of
    >libertarianism, as it is a coercive memeset. I don't know about you, but
    >I, for one, am terminally not willing to publicly declare my devotion to
    >Muhammed and the Qu'ran, grow my beard, treat women like chattel,
    >and touch my forehead to the dirt five times a day just so I won't be
    >murdered by some pussy-in-Paradise-pursuing, fatwa-following jihadist
    >memebot. Such a person, who offers me the convert-or-die alternative
    >of death or intellectual and physical slavery, has already given me
    >permission to kill him, in defense of self, life and freedom.
    Enough! You have terrorised me out of the conversation - may your God give you lots of sweet white grapes. Jeremy

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