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T is for…

June 18, 2009

Scientists researching the all important issue of trace elements in tackling terrorism have discovered that different levels and amounts of sulphur in a person’s hair can be used to trace a person’s travels and this could potentially and potently be used to blow up the alibis of terrorists.

Is this ground-breaking research really crucial evidence or has it been linked to the “T” word in order to obtain financing for research from the extensive anti-terrorism funding organizations?

This research could be as earth shattering as the day that the new breed of humans = terrorists – were discovered by the brain trust of the law and order agencies in the 1970s. Terrorists are thought to be human mutations with an extra “T” chromosome (T for terrorism) and are genetically programmed to upset the prevailing power structures and kill without compunction in pursuit of their objectives. A variant of the terrorist human is taught to be the suicide bomber and this mutation self-destructs while committing murder and mayhem without the slightest provocation or warning.

No correlation or connection between the atrocious actions of terrorists and the plight of human beings surviving without any hope for decades in a confined and pressurized environment has been officially established.

One of the major ministerial marionettes in a recent well-orchestrated performance gesticulated and articulated the prevailing position of zero tolerance for terrorism. This pithy and profound proclamation cannot be effectuated if there is also zero tolerance for innovative, incisive and independent thinking.

Innovative thinking would involve spending millions on development of communities in pursuit of peace rather than billions on weaponry and destroying neighborhoods in pursuit of militants. .

Incisive thinking would include identifying and addressing the problems and plight of those in desperation before the long festering problems develop into full scale insurgencies and terrorists take advantage of the destabilized situation.

Independent thinking would be not to blindly follow the herd by buying billions of dollars of arms and continuing to aid and abet reprehensible regimes in their commission of state-sponsored terrorism. Independent thinking requires boldly supporting human rights of all people under occupation and insisting on one standard to which all nations and peoples should be held accountable.

Too many innocent persons among the general population are trapped in the middle of various conflicts and numerous victims are blown up by terrorists and during anti-terrorism operations.

For defense contractors, some government officials, countless terrorism “experts”, terrorism researchers, security consultants, arms traffickers and militant outfits it is party time as they are all having a blast.

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