Use terror label when justified

Use terror label when justified

There are 1 comment on the Guam Pacific Daily News story from Jun 12, 2012, titled Use terror label when justified. In it, Guam Pacific Daily News reports that:

Real-life scenario No. 1: A man with a weapon strides into a military medical office in Texas and opens fire, killing 13 people and wounding 29 before he is stopped and taken into custody.

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Since: Sep 10


#1 Jun 13, 2012
Whether the terrorism is committed by American Holocaust Perpetraitors (those in collusion in the American Holocaust whether government officials or corporate / social media owners etc.) The American Holocaust is about the death fix it / population control and saving the government money by avoiding legal valid liabilities through premeditated and orchestrated Terrorism - coercion / collusion / corruption / sabotage /subversion / subterfuge / murderbyproxy / terminal injustice etc.). Terrorism begets terrorism.

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