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July 27, 2015 / Fantelius

Pride and Prejudice of the Great Terrorists

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Rule B16:
When mentioning ISIS use a frightening qualifier such as perverse, violent, bloodthirsty, barbaric, brutal, ruthless, savage, vicious, inhuman, shocking, …

There is no rule B16, but judging by accounts of ISIS we could easily believe that one exists. Are these resistance fighters extreme terrorists? Perhaps. Perhaps not. What we know for certain is that they are survivors of one of history’s most intensive terror campaigns that killed over one million* of their friends, family, neighbors and colleagues and injured and maimed many more. Tens of thousands were jailed, tortured and raped. Homes, water supplies, hospitals, schools, holy sites, museums, parks, power plants, sewerage systems, factories, small businesses, orchards, farmlands, compassion and hope were destroyed while creating at least four million refugees, multitudes of homeless and masses of invalids.

The perpetrators of the mass terror and destruction do not wear frightening labels. On the contrary, they appear under a backlit, good-guys halo. The nasty terms are reserved for the victims, the natives of the invaded, destroyed and occupied nation. This is so typical that it shouldn’t need mentioning were it not for the many heavyweight ”progressive” intellectuals obediently promoting rule B16 that doesn’t exist.

To make matters worse, the great terrorists proudly admit to their policy of monumental destruction and terror. It’s spelled out explicitly in the book Shock and Awe by Ullman and Wade: ” … aimed at destroying means of communication, transportation, food production, water supply, and other aspects of infrastructure /—/ Shock and Awe must cause … the threat and fear of action that may shut down all or part of the adversary’s society or render his ability to fight useless short of complete physical destruction.”

Note ”must cause … threat and fear”!

Terrorism:
the use of violence to achieve political aims – WordNet
the calculated use of violence (or threat of violence) against civilians in order to attain goals that are political … through intimidation or coercion or instilling fear – Macmillan Dictionary

Shock and Awe has been publicly endorsed and encouraged by leading military and political figures of the USA. Must they have ”terrorist” branded on their foreheads before we see the bloody fangs behind their manicured smiles?

Laying down a carpet of bombs and hellfire missiles in civilian neighborhoods such as Fallujah and following with a storm of bullets and sniper fire passes as a military tactic. Killing one foreign journalist (quickly and painlessly), who was probably working for the Shock-and-Awers, evokes rule B16. Notice any imbalance in this picture?

”You shall not kill” (rule A1) can be dusted off and applied to those who use hand-held weapons and knives. The grunts and mercenaries of the modern mass murder machine need not worry about such unprofitable considerations. The corporate media and their corps of minions masquerading as journalists will cover their miserable asses.
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* (Opinion Research Business (UK) and John Hopkins University School of Public Health (US) have both confirmed over one million violent deaths since the US invasion of Iraq. This does not include deaths caused by the effects of the war.)

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“Any British officer could confirm
the demented, uncivilized, filthy, deceitful and vicious nature
of the colonial minutemen. ”
Dartwill Aquila

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