posted on Apr, 3 2014 @ 04:49 AM
From what I have seen so far, the whole deal of calling someone a terrorist or something an act of terrorism, is to be able to criminalize anyone and
anything you dislike. There have been lots and lots of examples of what the various US agencies define as terrorists (or at least possible
terrorists), no matter how ridiculous, and I'm pretty sure most users on this board fit in at least one of them.
Lets face it, anyone or anything that goes against what the governments and their handlers want is a terrorist these days. Your country gets invaded
and you fight the invaders? Terrorist! You are for personal freedom? Terrorist! You think countries and governments should abide by their own laws?
Terrorist! And the list goes on and on. I often think it is actually an honor to be called that.
So in light of that it makes perfect sense that an official theocracy considers atheists to be terrorists as well, no? After all, these days
"fighting terrorism" is the excuse for absolutely anything. Actually, I wonder why Putin didn't declare the Ukraine a terrorist nation and be done
with it. Sure, it would be a totally ridiculous and obvious lie, but it did work well with Iraq and Afghanistan after all.
Of course if they did, the fifth column would have spun it to kingdom come. Invading other countries is only bad if the others do it.