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On 09/27/01 10:49, Lawrence DeBivort said this-
>Bin Laden may
>be a bit more politically oriented than you might be suggesting here, and
>not as much of a true religious 'fundamentalist' as people believe.
As Churchill remarked, those who rouse the tiger are also along for the
ride. The lure of fundamentalism would seem to be the waking call.
Excellent paper, BTW, on the memetics site at
http://www.cpm.mmu.ac.uk/jom-emit/2001/vol5/gottsch_jd.html about the
fitness of religious tenets.
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