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Posted by  Richard Haut on March 26, 2003 at 07:50:31:

In Reply to:  Re: collapse of bombed buildings posted by Kevin Matthews on March 26, 2003 at 07:04:20:

You, Kevin, are mentally still in a time of peace - but your country is at war.

I can hardly blame you for that - but it is a sad reality that very few people believe that Bush and Blair will stop at Iraq.

9.11 is being used as an excuse for extreme racism and violence - in your name. Saddam was not involved in 9.11 - and has never even threatened the west.

The worldwide concern over 9.11 was genuine, but America failed to investigate the greatest crime in its history. That individuals care is beyond doubt, but as a nation America has possibly had its biggest defeat - the great system of American freedom and decency has simply folded.

And American professionals ? Like the British, they are compromised by corrupt governments. The priority is to get the rubbish out of the White House and Downing Street.

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