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Posted by  Per Corell on February 18, 2003 at 07:32:52:

In Reply to:  Re: Structural Ceramics - How about armor plating posted by Gary R on February 18, 2003 at 05:58:17:

Then se how Bin-L first try draw attention on television, then a week later he go to a newspaper, ------- next he proberly need to buy access to the media and finaly he need to post to the readers oppinion in the local newspaper ; Terrorism is not as popular as before and with good reson as if the alternative to an education is to go out to kill yourself, terrorism define itself.
What did terrorism bring except evil and death ,fear and anger ;
This is why I keep pointing to WTC as the true spot to spark progress and a trust in future, as the war on terror was acturly won in the same instance the first plane hit the first tower , ------- this was reconised in the intire world with the first reaction. Terror define itself and so do architecture that is based in a trust in the future and new technology ,jobs and progress. Terrorists are those who steal the options for a good life from the young people in the middle east --- both sides ,--- and every time anyone talk about peace in Israel, they get so angry that they need to blow a few bombs just to make sure there will be no peace, they want us to live in fear and to hate eachother, as then they can sell more small arms.
Then this Bin Laden ask young arabs to go kill themself with bombs ; what kind of visions is that.

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