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ssj29 ssj29 22-25, M 19 Answers Apr 16, 2013 in Community

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A lot of self-justification I assume

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hopefully a sniper's bullet

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They might feel like they want to prove something, or are just crazy.

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Who knows.. People who carry out such acts, I believe, have different thought processes to us so we can never really understand the motivation to carry it out. Credit to my daughter for this explanation!

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to you is terrorist, to others maybe freedom fighter. you cannot judge only from one perspective. If your land occupied by foreign power, would you fight to get back? If yes, then you might be identified as terrorist.

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Whether foreign or domestic they tend to be rednecks with the usual crap going through their heads about how they hate just about anyone who isn't a redneck like them and the world would be so much better if everyone was like them. Sort of like a KKK rally going on in their head all the time.

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Depends on the terrorist and why. The IRA have a very different thought process from the 9/11 bombers, who had a different thought process from the unabomber. The perpetrator(s) of the Boston bombing could be a random crazy or a fanatic bent on sending a message to America about... whatever.



But remember, no villain thinks they're evil. There's a lot of self-justification and overwhelming focus on a single idea.

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allahu akbar!...usually... also known as religious brain-washing...

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The craving of wanting to kill and kill themselves they like to see how they can **** others lifes up and make it hell for the world around them they believe sometimes that its the correct thing.

its ****** up.

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Evil - Hate - Torture

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Funny thing happen on the way to the farm...

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Ask muslims.

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Holy crap you know who the perpetrator is?! Contact the police!

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A mission

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