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From: johnpf at (John)
Subject: Do Terrorists Really Have More Fun?

sockz loves you wrote:

>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Gobbles " <>
>Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2002 09:02:21 -0500 
>Subject: [Full-Disclosure] Do Terrorists Really Have More Fun?
>>Enter the terrorist.
>>Men and women who become terrorists, I imagine, are pretty bored. 
>>Terrorism is not about being poor or a victim of injustice. That's 
>>the narrative of selfjustification, but it's never the whole story. 
>>Terrorists come from all walks of life. They usually share low self-
>>esteem, a hunger for stimulation and high risk, aggression and 
>>resentment. Resentment is the essence of spiritual maladjustment 
>>because it presumes we are owed something by others instead of 
>>owing everybody everything out of simple gratitude for being alive.
>hmm...  how is this known?  has richard or yourself ever met a terrorist?  are you yourself a terrorist?  i question the basis for 
>the writer's judgement here.

Sockz, you are so right here. I find it very hard to fit Nelson Mandela, 
Steven Beeko, Arial Sharon, Yassur Arafat, George Dubya Jnr or Carlos in 
the model being put forward by our gobbling friend.

Actually, George Dubya Jnr probably does fit that model the more I think 
of it...


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