From: Samantha Atkins (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jan 02 2002 - 23:49:00 MST
Brian D Williams wrote:
> >From: Kai Becker <email@example.com>
> >Sounds a bit like children in the sandbox. "You've smashed my sand
> >cake." "No, you've stolen my toy first." "No, you didn't gave me
> >from your coke." Very promising, indeed. And a so very helpful
> >example for others. You may have noticed that I suggested to break
> >this circle. I wonder who will grow up first.
> This is a ridiculous trivialization of the current war. You may
> wish to avoid such trivializations in the future if you wish your
> ideas to be taken seriously.
> A group of extremeist fundamentalist Muslims bent on changing the
> entire world to conform to their ideas, by force if necessary,
> first declared war on, and then attacked the United States of
> America, leaving thousands dead.
This is a bullshit description of what happened by those who
would like to escalate an already intolerable situation.
> We are currently engaged in ridding the world of this menace, along
> with our allies.
Of what? Ridding it of fundamentalist Muslims? Why stop
there? Why not fundamentalists of all faiths or at least all
who believe countries should be run by religious memes instead
of for secularism? Assuming we know what those terms mean and
do not mean. Great! You will have stepped right into the hands
of the predictors of apocalypse. Wonderful. Should get us to
Singularity in nothing flat. You betcha.
> This is an extinction event.
It certainly could be if we don't drop our nonsense and
concentrate on the ball - on trancension of this sorry state.
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