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Old Yesterday, 07:30 PM   #91
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But I have heard a lot of chest thumping from liberals who are strangely silent after Islamic terror attacks?
So who is that you've been arguing with these past months?
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Terrorists aren't necessarily mentally unstable, in the sense of having psychological difficulties, but they are emotionally unstable. The recruiters prey on this quite deliberately. Well-off , well educated people are not necessarily emotionally stable people.
they hide facts like this in books...

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Lol I'm often called that but I'm not a nutjob!

Who are you trying to convince Gunge, us or yourself?
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