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August 10, 2012


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Aye, but which will make corporations more money?


Like it or not this country of ours has according to the government an 'enemy'. I wonder what this government has to say in secret about this war which has cost so many military and civilian lives.

They act like they are the sensible ones and theirs is the only game in town, but their words are ones of violence and should be considered as extremely bitter to all right thinking people.

It is clear then that any right thinking person has become a target. They have been allowed to become complacent.

In private, they KNOW they are wrong but they feel it is safe to dictate the course of this war in their private get-togethers.

They will stop at nothing in order to terrorise the public and vilify the manufactured 'enemy'. It has become a government/ media frenzy.

I don't believe the government lies will suffice much longer. On the ground events are likely to upset their propaganda as they have been with increasing regularity recently.

It is more likely that their words will increasingly come back down on them like a tonne of bricks. Eventually, I believe soon, these pro war politicians will look foolish and will be left out in the cold. I'm hopeful that they will all see sense. There are two outcomes: the ugly one or the sensible one.

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