RE: new offensive strategies

From: Joe Dees (
Date: Sun Sep 16 2001 - 01:49:18 MDT

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> Spike Jones <> new offensive strategiesReply-To:
>"J. R. Molloy" wrote:
>> We won't move into a better future until we debunk religiosity, the most
>> regressive force now operating in society.
>How to deal with a nation that has no apparent targets worth
>the price of a single missile? I had an idea, one perhaps Greg
>Burch might comment on, he being a new student of Arab
>We have really good printing technology. We can print and
>bind books for almost nothing. How about if we print truckloads
>of korae, except each one with one altered verse? If we get
>clever, we could print a million of them, each with a different
>altered verse, bind them with pre-aged covers, so they could
>not be distinguished easily from the originals without reading
>the entire thing, carefully. If those get into circulation, print a
>new set with the old altered verse plus an additional altered verse.
>In each case these altered verses reverse the meaning of the original.
>I figure one cruise missile aimed at scorched and barren desert
>would cost about the same as one truckload of korae. spike
You could not provoke a more rabid reply if the books you dropped were copies of Salman Rushdie's SATANIC VERSES; in fact if you wanted to render the terrorists rash and careless, a targeted drop of same at their camp sites might well be advised.

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