Define “terror”

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Define “terror” by Rhona Mahony is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Appalling news from Paris. So very, very sad.

Appalling news from Yemen and Pakistan. So very, very sad. U.S. pilots flying bombers by remote control keep on killing people. If you are near a person carrying a suspect’s cell phone, kablooey! How did he get to be a suspect? Whispers, hearsay, intercepted cell phone chatter, satellite photos, and the desperate fabulations of half-drowned, punch-drunk men.

Will Europeans counter jihadists’ fiery rhetoric with jobs for immigrants? Will Americans pay attention to anything not gratifying within four minutes?

You can edit this PNG version of the image above with the free program gimp, Adobe Photoshop, or the like. You can edit the SVG image at the top with the free program Inkscape, Adobe Illustrator, or the like. This picture is the same as in the post, “Banned armed drones,” of October 23, 2013, with a different caption.

Police or occupying army?

A police officer in a tank aims a big gun at a small person kneeling.

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No tanks for police by Rhona Mahony is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

The police don’t need tanks and never did. Melt them down.

You cops who want to play soldier, enlist.

You can edit this PNG version of the image above with the free program gimp, Adobe Photoshop, or the like. You can edit the SVG image at the top with the free program Inkscape, Adobe Illustrator, or the like. I’ll also put the image up at Redbubble, for people who don’t like to print their own stuff. Spread it around.