posted on May, 19 2006 @ 07:38 PM
The problem with the word terrorist is that it's clearly being used in a propagandistic sense. Maybe subjective is another good way of describing
it. At any rate, who is a terrorist and who is not? Who has a right to kill people, even innocents? and who doesn't? Which groups are terrorist
and which aren't? You may have one group on someones terrorist list, but another nation says ahhh.... those guys are not terrorists. I believe that
the UN has yet to clearly define who or what a terrorist is, and I think the same goes for the US Congress. Yet Bush and other world leaders,
especially western make speeches about terrorism speaking with moral clarity as though they know exactly what a terrorist is and isn't, but once
again there is know clear definition given.
If we really want to be honest with ourselves even regular militaries are terroristic. Their in the business of killing and they kill both innocent
and guilty, plenty of times and on purpose. The same goes with intelligence agencies. It's know doubt that the Russian government has brutally
supressed the Chechnyens. Know government will allow some group to break away and the Russians are brutal anyway. But of course they killed the
innocent along with the guilty on purpose.