RE: Knowledge, Memes and Sensory Perception

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    >From: Jeremy Bradley <>
    >Subject: RE: Knowledge, Memes and Sensory Perception
    >Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2002 12:43:58 +1100
    >At 09:42 PM 13/01/02 -0800, Richard wrote:
    > >So you are in favor of tolerating terrorism? Would you have responded to
    > >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
    >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.
    Did you answer Richard's question about a response to the attacks? I didn't
    notice if you did.

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