From: His Highness the TibetanMonkey, Creator of the Movement of Tantra-Hammock on
8,000/1 Killed in a Road Accident
Every year 1,500 car drivers and adult passengers die in road smashes,
while around 1,000 pedestrians and cyclists die in road accidents.
Worldwide, over 3,000 people are killed in road crashes daily.

9,300,000/1 Dying in Terrorist Attack
In 2005 there were 651 significant international terrorist attacks
worldwide, killing nearly 2,000 people.

http://www.waystodie.350.com/todie2.htm

Bicycle safety investment: Nearly nothing. Traffic safety: Nearly at
the bottom of the priorities.

Cost of the two wars: 1 trillion dollars. Something doesn't add up
here, right? (besides the number of 1,500 killed a year).


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THE WISE TIBETAN MONKEY SAYS

"There are many dangers in the jungle, but some are preventable"

COMING OUT OF THE JUNGLE

http://webspawner.com/users/donquijote1
From: raamman on
On Aug 10, 8:22 pm, "His Highness the TibetanMonkey, Creator of the
Movement of Tantra-Hammock" <nolionnoprob...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
> 8,000/1   Killed in a Road Accident
> Every year 1,500 car drivers and adult passengers die in road smashes,
> while around 1,000 pedestrians and cyclists die in road accidents.
> Worldwide, over 3,000 people are killed in road crashes daily.
>
> 9,300,000/1   Dying in Terrorist Attack
> In 2005 there were 651 significant international terrorist attacks
> worldwide, killing nearly 2,000 people.
>
> http://www.waystodie.350.com/todie2.htm
>
> Bicycle safety investment: Nearly nothing. Traffic safety: Nearly at
> the bottom of the priorities.
>
> Cost of the two wars: 1 trillion dollars. Something doesn't add up
> here, right? (besides the number of 1,500 killed a year).
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> THE WISE TIBETAN MONKEY SAYS
>
> "There are many dangers in the jungle, but some are preventable"
>
> COMING OUT OF THE JUNGLE
>
> http://webspawner.com/users/donquijote1

your definition of terrorism seems weak
From: Doug on
On 11 Aug, 07:13, raamman <raam...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On Aug 10, 8:22 pm, "His Highness the TibetanMonkey, Creator of the
> Movement of Tantra-Hammock" <nolionnoprob...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > 8,000/1   Killed in a Road Accident
> > Every year 1,500 car drivers and adult passengers die in road smashes,
> > while around 1,000 pedestrians and cyclists die in road accidents.
> > Worldwide, over 3,000 people are killed in road crashes daily.
>
> > 9,300,000/1   Dying in Terrorist Attack
> > In 2005 there were 651 significant international terrorist attacks
> > worldwide, killing nearly 2,000 people.
>
> >http://www.waystodie.350.com/todie2.htm
>
> > Bicycle safety investment: Nearly nothing. Traffic safety: Nearly at
> > the bottom of the priorities.
>
> > Cost of the two wars: 1 trillion dollars. Something doesn't add up
> > here, right? (besides the number of 1,500 killed a year).
>
> > ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> > THE WISE TIBETAN MONKEY SAYS
>
> > "There are many dangers in the jungle, but some are preventable"
>
> > COMING OUT OF THE JUNGLE
>
> >http://webspawner.com/users/donquijote1
>
> your definition of terrorism seems weak
>
The government needs the threat of terrorism in order to maintain its
control over us. See Orwell's '1984'. Without terrorism there would be
little to fear and the government could not be perceived as protecting
the People by the use of measures which would otherwise seem
oppressive but in reality are all about control and criminalisation.

Of course, cyclists do not figure in this at all.

-- .
UK Radical Campaigns.
http://www.zing.icom43.net
One man's democracy is another man's Police State.
From: His Highness the TibetanMonkey, Creator of the Movement of Tantra-Hammock on
On Aug 10, 11:40 pm, Doug <smi...(a)btinternet.com> wrote:
> On 11 Aug, 07:13, raamman <raam...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > On Aug 10, 8:22 pm, "His Highness the TibetanMonkey, Creator of the
> > Movement of Tantra-Hammock" <nolionnoprob...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > > 8,000/1   Killed in a Road Accident
> > > Every year 1,500 car drivers and adult passengers die in road smashes,
> > > while around 1,000 pedestrians and cyclists die in road accidents.
> > > Worldwide, over 3,000 people are killed in road crashes daily.
>
> > > 9,300,000/1   Dying in Terrorist Attack
> > > In 2005 there were 651 significant international terrorist attacks
> > > worldwide, killing nearly 2,000 people.
>
> > >http://www.waystodie.350.com/todie2.htm
>
> > > Bicycle safety investment: Nearly nothing. Traffic safety: Nearly at
> > > the bottom of the priorities.
>
> > > Cost of the two wars: 1 trillion dollars. Something doesn't add up
> > > here, right? (besides the number of 1,500 killed a year).
>
> > > ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> > > THE WISE TIBETAN MONKEY SAYS
>
> > > "There are many dangers in the jungle, but some are preventable"
>
> > > COMING OUT OF THE JUNGLE
>
> > >http://webspawner.com/users/donquijote1
>
> > your definition of terrorism seems weak
>
> The government needs the threat of terrorism in order to maintain its
> control over us. See Orwell's '1984'. Without terrorism there would be
> little to fear and the government could not be perceived as protecting
> the People by the use of measures which would otherwise seem
> oppressive but in reality are all about control and criminalisation.
>
> Of course, cyclists do not figure in this at all.

We are not in this picture even by accident. The people in turn lend
their support to the leaders and forget about the mundane issues.

I don't think it would have gone this way with Gore, but oh well...
From: His Highness the TibetanMonkey, Creator of the Movement of Tantra-Hammock on
On Aug 10, 11:13 pm, raamman <raam...(a)gmail.com> wrote:

> >http://webspawner.com/users/donquijote1
>
> your definition of terrorism seems weak

So it's theirs. They even planted the idea in certain groups to later
catch them without ever doing a thing. They were from Miami.