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Terrorism per capita

Reader comment on item: Does the [New York] Police Department Profile? Should It?
in response to reader comment: who cares?.

Submitted by Harrak (Canada), Jun 15, 2006 at 19:55

Poor countries have more terrorists per-capita...so is true for poor communities. Very normal if blacks are poor and marginalized (majority wise) they will have more terrorists among them and as a result more profiling. Same for immigrants and Muslims are part of that.

Terrorism is result of the fight between the rich and the poor...

Religion is the insurance for an other life that one buys here in his/her lifetime. Some former colonial corporations used this notion and started selling the insurances through their broker-pupets and their media..they sold it right and left untill an inflation occured..They subsequently tried to withraw the hereafter tickets sold (to combat USSR and Ottomas previously)..it was too late and the maket now is full of those who got their ticket and ready to go to the hereafter...

The west should pay the ticket price by replacing the hereafter ticket with the life time ticket. Rich countries should pay and the poor must have a decent living in a way leaving life will be not appreciated.

lex dogmatti


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