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    *The large group of Americans have no idea who they mean by "the terrorists". All they know is that they fear them, because they're constantly being told that we're all in great danger from these scary people.

    *Many Americans use the term "terrorist" to describe those who are fighting the occupation and destruction of Iraq. These are the people who are feared so greatly. The problem is, the most of these Iraqi fighters have nothing to do with al-Qaeda or Osama bin Laden, yet Americans fear them as though they were Osama's own army.

    *Iraqis, in general, do not want the American military in their country, they do not want the current (or any future) Iraqi puppet government.

    *Self-imposed fear only occurs by design, not by accident. It requires a calculated program of conditioning. Recalling the day after the attacks on September 11, 2001, it was incredible how quickly the Bush administration had pinned the tail not only on Osama bin Laden, but also on Saddam Hussein and Iraq. Incredible, because on the day previous to September 11 nobody in the Bush administration acted as though they had even an inkling of the enormous attack that was coming, much less from whom. The day after, however, Bush and friends suddenly knew exactly who had done the deed. Red flags should have been popping up all over America, because this shows either an impossible overnight intelligence coup, or a predisposition for war in the Middle East. Instead, the program of conditioning was born, and apparently America was ripe for the picking.
 
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