Defining Terrorism

Nathan England nathan at
Tue Jun 25 13:11:15 MDT 2013

On Tuesday, June 25, 2013 08:20:27 AM Steve Meyers wrote:
> I'm going to have to disagree with you here.  I'm not saying that any of
> these things you bring up were affairs the U.S. should have been
> involved in, but I don't think they qualify as "terrorism".  Meddling in
> the affairs of other countries?  Yes, definitely.  But I'm just not
> seeing anything in the links you provided to support your suggestion
> that the U.S. is involved in terrorism.

Did you happen to pay attention to the news media at all during the attempts to panic the 
people if the sequester bill was not passed and what horrible things would happen if the funding 
fell through?

Was that not "inciting terror" ?

You better believe it was! There were people screaming the schools would be shut down, fire 
departments would shut down, police departments would shut down! There are people in New 
Jersey who are still suffering the effects of the Sandy hurricane yet the government is claiming 
they have not provided sufficient levels of service because of the sequester. 

Take a good look at Child Protective Services. They allow kids to stay in abusive homes and 
get killed while taking children from loving homes everyday based upon an anonymous "tip". 
You want to talk about a terrorist organization? CPS is it!

Oh wait, what about the Department of Homeland Security. They have clearly labeled all 
fundamental Christians as possible terrorists. They have labeled "patriots" as terrorists. Oddly, 
all the people who believe this country is still capable of doing good, as opposed to Obama who 
thinks this country is something to be ashamed of and must apologize for us daily, have all 
been labeled as terrorists. Purely to incite fear so people will be "good citizens". DHS 
implemented the good 'ole soviet era program of "anonymous rats" who tell on their neighbors.

You're right, our government does not fit the definition of terrorist. Nope. Not at all.


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