Re: virus: Murder mind virus

Tony Hindle (
Tue, 5 Aug 1997 00:40:24 +0100

In message <>,
Tim Rhodes <> writes
>On Sat, 2 Aug 1997, Tony Hindle wrote:
>> I would also advocate the killing of a random member of the
>> public if it was sure to lead to the same net saving of lives. Before
>> you dismiss this as lunatic rantings I suggest you consider exactly what
>> it would mean, you act to make the world a safer place for everyone.
>Actually, I can agree with you on that. After the the bombings in New
>York and Oklahoma City and the crazy over-reactions to them (people seem to
>forget that the point of terrorism is not to overturn the Govt., but to
>force it to become too repressive to maintain public support and therefore
>fall under its own weight), I've come to the conclusion that we could
>benefit from the odd terrorist act now and again. To up build our
>immunity, if nothing else.

As much as I really want to feel some brotherly agreement on
this thread I cant accept this. I reckon that terrorism gives the govt.
the excuse to increase their control and things get worse.
BTW what I am talking about (not advocating you will note) is
someything that would put no fear into anyone except the pro tobbaco plc