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January 24, 2007



I'm glad you shared this. At it's core I think the 'war on terror' would be more accurately described as the 'war on people who don't look like me'. It's racial and religious profiling in the form of fear propaganda designed to keep the citizens in the U.S. and U.K. on guard and willing to give up their rights in order to feel safe against their Arabic speaking neighbors. Those who wish to do harm for their religious beliefs are considered fanatic. But how much different are those people who are willing to strip basic human rights from those who appear to be different and therefore a threat?

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