From: Wade T.Smith (email@example.com)
Date: Fri 13 Dec 2002 - 12:40:37 GMT
On Friday, December 13, 2002, at 12:39 AM, Jeremy Bradley wrote:
> when communicating with myopic fundies of any denomination, [...] each
> example discussed is treated as an attack on the meme-team's territory.
> It is therefore stoutly defended.
This is another way of saying that arguing with a believer is futile.
Better to just get rid of the non-believers....
> What I want to find out is, is there a difference between someone who
> Islam and someone who hates the US, and is the difference 'real' or
On almost any front, hate is hate and allows violence. Is hate memetic?
That goes back to what our nature is. We are certainly killers,
certainly lovers. Ain't memetics more a way to filter and utilize these
The memetic filters of islam do not prevent violence because they do not
condemn it against the enemy, and they have a very singular and
fundamental definition of enemy.
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