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I wouldn't bother posting critical comments to Richard if I were you. I've
just been at the end of lengthy personal attack from Richard, where he
informed me he basically filters out anyone he doesn't agree with (that
includes you Kenneth, for what reason I don't know), and in this case anyone
who might in any way be seen to be having a problem with the annihilation of
Bin Laden and his supporters.
Waht you say here, was the point I tried to make to Richard that prompted
his criticism of me. I think you're right, there is that risk of martyrdom,
with who knows what possible long term consequences.
> From: Tim Rhodes
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> Subject: Re: Time to lower the boom (was: Dawkins View)
> Richard wrote:
> <<<We know quite a bit about this cult and we're learning more hourly.
> is about stopping our enemies from killing us. The best way to do that is
> destroy them utterly.>>>
> Ever consider that killing bin Laden might turn out to be just as
> as the killing of Jesus was at destroying /his/ cult?
> Doing the devil's work-
> (footnote: No, I this isn't to say I beilive in Jesus -- get over it.)
> Tim Rhodes
> Eyes, Ears & Memes, NSC / SIL2K
> New Style Collective / Strategic Improv Laboratories
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