On what constitutes terrorism, and what doesn't

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mind control and electromagnetic weapons torturing and harassmen

Have you ever imagined that there even was not one happy and peace day in the life, but only suffering for 5,10 or 20 years?

Yes! there are more than 500 people who are living such life, suffering terribly from mind control and electromagnetic weapons torturing and harassment. Some victims died, but at the last minutes in their lives, the only thing belongs them is still suffering.

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Posted by soleilmavis (not verified) on 11 August 2006 - 12:30am
This is all very interesting, but

What does this have to do with the post or comments in this thread? I'm inclined to mark this as spam.

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Posted by media girl on 11 August 2006 - 9:34am
terrorism

I couldn’t agree with you more.

The war on terrorism was sidelined in favor of Iraq, not because Bushco forgot about it but because it wasn’t convenient. Islamic terrorism – leads directly to “our” two closest allies in that part of the world – Saudi Arabia and Pakistan – both of which worked with us to create the Taliban – and are today the source of most if not all the Islamic fundamentalism exported around the world.

Iraq was an innocent bystander that had a lot of oil. It didn’t matter that it was probably the least Islamic and secular country in middle east.

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Posted by Nabi (not verified) on 13 August 2006 - 10:21am