> > Today we grieve. Tomorrow, let the cold tongue > > of vengance let forth. > > Freedom is an awful thing that so many will > > die to supress it. > > Brad Coon > > 9-11 Let Vengance ring. > > I understand these feelings. I have them myself. But I say Let Vengance Not > Ring. Vengance is too sweet and too pleasurable a desire. And it is too easy > to satisfy it indiscriminantly, too easy to indulge in it for its own sake. > When we know for sure who our enemy is, let us coldly use whatever force > against them that is necessary to make us safe, no less and no more. And let > us take no pleasure in it. There's a few of us saying, "they're all responsible, they should all be punished." I think I can capture well the feeling with the following quote: "If we lose this war, we do not fall in the hands of some other states but will be anhiliated by world radical islam. Radical Islam firmly decided to exterminate all the West. International law and international custom will be no protection against the Islamic will for total anhiliation. "In the case of the radical islamics there are not merely a few criminals (as in every other people), but all of raidcal islam rose from criminal roots, and in its very nature is criminal. The radical moslems are no people like other people, but a pseudo-people welded together by hereditary criminality." The original quote was from instructions issued to the German press in April 1943; and where I have written "Islam" and "the West," they had "Jewry" and "Germany." The above was taken from another mailing list, from a post written by Kyle Schaunt. We must be careful that, in seeking just retribution, we do not become that which we seek to destroy. If we stop being civilised in our response, then they will have destroyed our civilisation, and they will have won. Our civilisation isn't found in bricks and mortar; it is found in our spirit. -- Fabian Love is when a girl puts on perfume and a boy puts on cologne and they go out and smell each other.