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"If a tree falls in a forest and nobody is around to hear it would it make a sound?" or "If a crazy man in the wilderness yells 'kill your neighbor' do you even know he's there ?"

Apparently the US media is providing free publicity for a small group of misguided religious criminals that we have foolishly decided to declare war on.  I heard that on sunday someone called for Americans to kill their neighbors, or some other such nonsense.  I would not have even know about this if it wasn't reported.

With enemies like us they don't need allies.  We probably provided them start up money, and now we are giving them a voice.  We all need to stop paying attention to these people. Any one that commits or calls for others to murder or destroy property is a criminal and needs to be treated as such.
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