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Anticipatory defense is what the United States Government is now calling its precautions on terrorism They plan to eradicate any persons of suspicion before they have the chance to infiltrate us Isnt that an act of terror within its self Coercing attacks on people they anticipate will show aggression or in future will have the capacity to is their justification but an attack is only justified if it is done in retribution Whatever the case may be Does two wrongs make a right Does almost count How many people have been convicted on anticipatory defense Self-preservation is the first law of nature The United States government with its hypercritical statues creates an illusion that this law is omitted its system Striking first against an enemy was acceptable only when the necessity of that self -defense is instant overwhelming and leaving no choice of means and no movement for deliberation New York Times So in other words you want to leave them lying flat on their backs with no way up except by your goodwill Isnt that the way the United States has always operated They create a united front of compassion for foreign nations with an ulterior motive They smile in your face all the time the want to take your place back stabbers The OJays We live in Satans Garden of Eden paradise for the depraved Anticipatory defense is a word used to neutralize the governments approach in the effort to maintain its face of morality Such mumbo-jumbo is deceptive in the since that it has a veiled intent It beats around the bush to tell you what it plans to do Beating them to the Pre war headline of the New York Times What exactly is a pre-war Could it be the instigation of war Peacemakers turned instigators shouldve been the headline Why is it that the government seeks to disguise its intentions If its plans are solely to end terrorism
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