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I think you were mostly upset about my use of the term 'propaganda.' There may be negative stigma behind this word, but it is not necessarily implied. Google says propaganda is simply "information that is spread for the purpose of promoting some cause."
It is all relative. Freedom fighter, or terrorist, it is all based on the observer. If you want to argue about something you should bring it beyond semantics.
When I entered high school the internet exposed me to anti-Christian propaganda. This led me to think about my belief system in a more analytical way. I am sure there are some people in Utah who would like to have removed my access to all dissenting religious thought for the same reason.
People who want to limit your access to information are trying to control how you think and how you act. People should do what they feel is right, and most importantly their actions should be the result of a well informed thought process.
Surely Nadal's actions were not efficient. He did not change anything, but he made his choice. Now he's dead. But you can hardly say he was a child who was indoctrinated by some internet posting.
Flame me if you will.