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Friday, July 3, 2009

fair trade terrorism

In france i have been checked and searched some uh, 10 or so times in less days, i rili lost count, 7 searches and 1 arrest was the most on 1 day. During two of these events i was told something interesting by the police.

after watching my passports private parts they looked at me cheerfully and said: "ah terrorist"..

some 23 years ago, i found at one of these very early monogreen terminals, i was listed a 'potential terrorist'. it didn't really bother me so much. anyone could be a potential terrorist, and i took it they wanted to merely make a 'politically dissident ' notation. Keep an eye on this guy or something,
they must have been wasting a lot of time that way.

However it got me thinking: "what changed my status?" and i can't rili think of a thing, but one.

years ago when i wanted finally a reward for all the work i done, and some rest instead of the perpetual rage and anger of hunger and denial, i told a judge i would lower the dutch gnp by 10 percent if they wouldn't afford me a decent income. I got a halfdecent one, in a judgement compromising the law. not so strange i that actually had protested that several juridical 'precedents' could be wrought upon one person, got another. so the gnp dropped 10 percent.

heh, in the capitalist world of "free trade", if you are poor and interfere with the roaming of the markets, you are a terrorist.

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Personally i try not to be rude. However sometimes i screw up. Basically i will remove, discriminating and hate posts. And comments clearly derivant from well prepared 'neocon' (kapitalist) pr or secret service agents. (aivd , fbi, mossad etc.) Dutch language is welcome. English prefered, sorry if that bothers my fellow countryman who always seem to think they know how to handle their languages. Ill edit this some time;)

wanted terrorist: name silencer aka stealotron

wanted terrorist: name silencer aka stealotron
Through lies and fraud this one is managed to rob 1000000s of the fruits of their work and their voice