On Tue, Sep 11, 2001 at 03:46:42PM +0100, Noel Carroll wrote:
> I really hope there wasn't 50,000 people at work at the time. Thats just
good chance there was close to that number.
> way, way too fucked up. Anyway, why the WTC? I wouldn't have figured it to
> be a centre or symbol of Americanism? The Pentagon and State dept. sure,
well, this is the second time the wtc has been hit.
> but not that. Aside from that, how do you coordinate something so big
> without any US intelligence finding out? This is so bad, considering
while i still think encryption should be legal and unencumbered, this
is a good example of the other side's argument. regardless you can't
read minds. people going from place to place with plans in their heads
can't really be spotted. (dear god, i was almost on topic)
> George Bush Snr's little gulf war jaunt over Kuwait, one wonders what dubya
> is going to do. I know his old man was a bit crazy, but dubya's mad as a
> coot! Oh fuck!!!
it's not just him, but his staff who seem to think that unilateral
foreign policy (as opposed to consensus built policy) is a viable course
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