Defining Terrorism

keith smith klsmith2020 at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 25 14:44:04 MDT 2013


Nathan is about as conservative as they come.  He is on the right side.  Oh and he is on the right.

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Keith Smith

--- On Tue, 6/25/13, Richard Esplin <richard-lists at esplins.org> wrote:

From: Richard Esplin <richard-lists at esplins.org>
Subject: Re: Defining Terrorism
To: plug at plug.org
Date: Tuesday, June 25, 2013, 12:52 PM

"I'm beginning to wonder whose side you are on!"

Ending your post like that made your whole rant sound like a Jon Stewart monolog making fun of  conservative talk radio.

I don't know whose side you are on, but I voted for Kodos.

If we are going to discuss terrorism, can we discuss the real kind? Here are some great examples:

https://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2013/04/sixth_movie-plo.html

Richard

On Tuesday June 25 2013 13:32:44 Nathan England <nathan at nmecs.com> wrote:
> On Tuesday, June 25, 2013 03:24:33 PM Daniel C. wrote:
> 
<snip>
> I don't disagree with you. But in the real world, terrorism is not defined as "death by explosion" 
> at the least convenient time. Terrorism is defined as someone who incites terror. 
> 
> Plenty of government agencies and political groups use fear to coerce people to do what they 
> want, how is that not terrorism? You scare the crap out of people so they fear for their own lives.
> 
> Personally, I like your definition. Unfortunately, that is not how the dictionary characterizes it. I 
> am not watering it down by including political groups, the government did when they began 
> labelling me because I cary a bible with me and my wife and girls dress like women instead of 
> two bit whores.
> 
> Oh, I also carry a pocket constitution with me.
> 
> It's okay to label me as a terrorist, so long as I don't say the government is involved also? I'm 
> beginning to wonder whose side you are on!
<snip>

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