war on terror

@Crostini (321)
November 4, 2006 5:58pm CST
what do think of the war on terror. is it properly justified. are we seeing the worst of it
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3 responses
• China
10 Nov 06
What the war on terrorism is all about is to keep the people frightened enough so that they give up their freedoms in exchange for ill-perceived security. The Patriot Act and further acts and presidential signings have now resulted in the fact that ANYBODY can be arrested for no reason at all, then told that they are a suspected terrorist, and imprisoned for an unlimited period with no recourse to law. They can even be shipped off to a foreign country and tortured! This has happened already, and it will happen again. It can happen to YOU. The idea of terrorism is to promote the agenda of the Illuminati/New World Order, who control the governments, and their secret services. That agenda is to take control of the entire world, remove over half the population, and reduce the freedoms of the remainder to the levels of slavery An Illuminati Primer http://www.rinf.com/news/nov05/illuminati.html Rothschild/Rockefeller The Architecture of Modern Political Power http://dgwa1.fortunecity.com/fourthreich/rockroth.html
@RebeccaLynn (2256)
• United States
5 Nov 06
Properly justified to an extent. I think we screwed up with Iraq. Get Saddam out-yes, but there was no plan afterwards. No, I don't believe we have seen the worst of it yet.
@pcw3004 (167)
• Canada
5 Nov 06
I don't think it was a good idea, but who am I? Noone that's who. Seeing the worst: probably not.