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To 'Sick and TIred'; What's Wrong With Being Millenarist?

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Submitted by orange yonason (United States), Feb 10, 2006 at 01:22

BS"D

Jews are Millenarists.
Christians are Millenarists.
Heck, even Buddhists are Millenarists.

And that's a good thing.

But the rest seems about right. And it is a "tiny minority", but, as has been pointed out numerous times since 9/11, that a "tiny minority" of bad actors out of a really large population is still a very formidable problem.
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