Life imitating art (2)?

The Hollywood film "The Lone Gunman" was released in 2001, a few months before 911. In the movie terrorists (from within the American government) are plotting to crash an airplane into the Twin Towers. Uncanny? Spooky? For sure!

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How the media targets Muslims

In order for the Muslims to remain "the world's favorite patsy", you need to provoke them. Here's how a film crew used tactics, such as calling the person a "terrorist", to provoke the desired reaction, and then publishing only parts of the film that make the Muslim look like the stereotype.

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Islam and science

scienceScience. When we think of it we envisage progress, and we all appreciate it for it's capacity to enrich our lives and make our lives better. "The only thing that is constant is change" - this is a phrase we can relate to science because of it's nature of always advancing. It reflects our nature as humans of continually striving to make things better than before. From the early man, advances in science has always made our lives better to solve the problems we encounter in our everyday lives. Nowadays, we are astonished to see the progress of science reach an exponential rate.

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Life imitating art?

The Hollywood film "The Long Kiss Goodnight" was released in 1996, and raised a few eyebrows with the quote from the movie, shown below. 5 years later when 9/11 happened, alarm bells started ringing. Not another false flag operation, and again blaming the Muslims, a.k.a the world's favorite patsy (i.e. scapegoat, fall guy, etc.)

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Strikes at population targets (per se) are likely not only to create a counter-productive wave of revulsion abroad and at home, but greatly to increase the risk of enlarging the war with China and the Soviet Union. Destruction of locks and dams, however - if handled right - might offer promise. It should be studied. Such destruction does not kill or drown people. By shallow-flooding the rice, it leads after time to widespread starvation (more than a million) unless food is provided - which we could offer to do 'at the conference table'.
John McNaughton, US State Department Vietnam policy, as quoted in 'The Mentality of the Backroom Boys.' Article by Noam Chomsky, 1973