RE: Knowledge, Memes and Sensory Perception

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Date: Tue Jan 15 2002 - 01:43:58 GMT

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    At 09:42 PM 13/01/02 -0800, Richard wrote:
    >So you are in favor of tolerating terrorism? Would you have responded to the
    >Sept. 11 attacks? If so, how?

    You misunderstand compleatly Richard
    Let me state this plainly, I am not in favour of the use of terror tactics
    by any person or organisation. These organisations whether they are
    Nationalist, sepratist, sectarian or non sectarian commit the same offences.
    When I study the use of terror I find that the Western colonial powers
    invented terrorism as a method of controlling the conquored masses. I need
    not mention to such as are on this list that the CIA has been training
    terrorists and manipulating governments for years, or that there are still
    terrorist training camps in the US today. Terrorism is NOT OK if it is used
    by 'the good guys' as we can't tell who they are any more.

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