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Osama bin Smith

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Submitted by christianto wibisono (United States), Jun 12, 2002 at 04:03

Dear Prof Pipes
I think the most dangerous terrorist in the world now is not Osama bin Laden, because he is already identified and everybody know him. He can not hide from the public. But there are thousands of Osama bin Smith, physically Caucasian, but deep in their heart they had been brainwashed by politically incorrect maxims of blame America first.

These spiritual-terrorists, mental-terrorists, moral-terrorists, ethics-terrorists, have their mantra of moral-relativism.

They always propagate about the myths or the root cause of the problems. All of that argument only aim at one conclusion: blame America first.
Their low basic mentality is hatred, towards class struggle, the residues of Marxist RobinHoodism, then there is the vanity of secularism and atheism, combined with hatred by Islamicist.
They have combined their forces to exploit the so called politically (in) correct maxims of the US politics and these people controlled media bias and intellectual bastions such as Harvard etc. The US will survive Atta's attack, but the US can not survive, if she is raped by her own low taste intellectuals such as those who propagate this kind of Harvard "vanity". Osama bin Laden is (punished to) dead. Long live Osama bin Smith from Ivy League. They will be the final judge for the destiny of the US. Beware.

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