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Israeli and U.S. death squads infesting the world

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posted on Jun, 3 2008 @ 12:45 PM
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Interesting to see you quickly ignore my facts that in two years, and over 100 posts, all you post are about those key words. Makes me think you are here to promote an agenda


So, what have you got against the Jewish people? After all, you did claim we could only talk about their rights after the Zionists have gone (even though you never make a clear difference between Jews and Zionists in your posts)




posted on Jun, 3 2008 @ 12:56 PM
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Hmm

posted this 2 weeks ago, here




posted on Jun, 3 2008 @ 12:59 PM
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Take a step back and try to think of the world in an unbiased way. Consider what terrorism is: the systematic use of terror especially as a means of coercion. (www.merriam-webster.com...). To me terrorism is the use of violence, and the threat of violence, to create an environment in which people are scared for their lives.

Now who are the major "players" in the realm of terrorism these days?

You've got the ones the media would have us believe are behind all of the hubbub these days: al Qaeda, Iran, Iraqi insurgents, Taliban, Hezbollah, Palestinian folks. Mostly these are small, guerrilla style groups who are supposedly doing suicide bombings and causing other forms of havoc. How many people are these small groups terrorizing? Millions? Thousands? I'm thinking thousands, perhaps tens of thousands, but not millions.

Let's take a look at the other side of the terrorism coin. Israel is constantly destroying the homes of Palestinians, killing Palestinian people, and making threats against it's Arabic neighbors. The United States, lead by The Masters of Terror, George W. Bush and Dick Cheney, lay out one hell of a blanket of fear. Imagine living in Iraq, Iran, Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, or pretty much any other middle eastern country other than Israel. The worlds most powerful military, with it's laser guided bombs, nuclear arsenal, stealth aircraft, high tech infantry, secret detention facilities and prisons, questionable interrogation and torture techniques, and numbers to simply zerg a target, is easily the most powerful, effective, and intimidating form of terror on the planet. The Bush administration wields it openly and recklessly, regardless of what anyone says, regardless of the laws laid out by wars of the past, and regardless of the consequences. If you live in Iraq you now have to deal with the constant threat of terror thanks to the American presence, the long term devastation resulting from depleted uranium poisoning, civil war, lack of resources for everyday living, and so on. I'm sure the people there are not content. Most likely they are scared, fearful of the future, and even worried that they could be killed without any warning at just about any time.

The deaths caused by the Bush administration's reign of terror are far greater than any small guerrilla terrorist group. As someone else mentioned, much of this debate is a matter of perspective. But if you can look at things without taking sides, it's pretty easy to see who the big boys are when it comes to causing terror and fear.



posted on Jun, 3 2008 @ 01:08 PM
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Let's not forget that these terrorists groups are sponsered by countries like Iran. Honestly, do you really believe a theocracy is the future of world government? These people are brainwashing young men and women with their Islamic religious war rhetoric. The US brainwashes people into "freedom" which is a vague concept in itself, but far better than radical religious beliefs.



posted on Jun, 3 2008 @ 03:57 PM
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Originally posted by Scramjet76
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Let's not forget that these terrorists groups are sponsered by countries like Iran. Honestly, do you really believe a theocracy is the future of world government? These people are brainwashing young men and women with their Islamic religious war rhetoric. The US brainwashes people into "freedom" which is a vague concept in itself, but far better than radical religious beliefs.


In principle you are right, however, many americans are brainwashed into christian religion also, which lessens the difference. However, Iran is not harbouring any aggressive goals of attacking other countries. A mad christian or jew who wants to rule the world is much more dangerous to me than a mad muslim peacefully chanting in his mosque.



posted on Jun, 3 2008 @ 03:59 PM
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Originally posted by budski
Hmm

posted this 2 weeks ago, here



Indeed, sorry about that




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