The terrorist's reliance on the instruments of modern commerce and technology in his struggle against civilization is an irony much remarked upon. Still, his greatest weapon might be his simplest : to remain discreet and humbly prepare himself for god. If only such men took a longer view of the situation, they would see that the modern world is quite adept at hastening its own demise. Indeed, the only thing that has been able to retard it thus far has been the occasional pointed reminder of its vulnerability. The true terrorist, like the true man of faith, appreciates this fact and does nothing at all.