Tag: terrorism

America shouldn’t forget 9/11: Warm water never forgets that it was once cold

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Politics, Tragedy by on May 7, 2011 0 Comments
America shouldn’t forget 9/11: Warm water never forgets that it was once cold

President Obama‘s visit to Ground Zero was a very symbolic gesture, and also a reminder of the danger of terrorism. For ten years, America has been in the process of healing, but, the fear will never disappear. As human beings, we certainly feel some sympathy for Osama’s daughter, who witnessed the killing of her father. At the […]

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Terrorists planning while we argue about full body scanners: A goat never grazes in the same place

Filed in Current affairs by on November 22, 2010 0 Comments
Terrorists planning while we argue about full body scanners: A goat never grazes in the same place

Nine years after 9/11, and Americans still have not learned our lesson. It is unbelievable that people can complain of the safety measures adopted by the TSA to assure a safe trip in airplanes. The TSA should do what it is assigned to do. If another attack in the air happens again in the US, the TSA will […]

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West becoming a mosque-free zone: The fall of a dead leaf is a warning to the green ones

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Religion by on October 13, 2010 0 Comments
West becoming a mosque-free zone: The fall of a dead leaf is a warning to the green ones

Islamiphobia is on the rise in the West. The latest controversy is the opposition of construction of a mosque in the city of Marseilles, France–the most “Islamic city” in France. The opposition in France is led by the far right political party of Jean Marie Lepen. While the opposition of a mosque near ground zero is […]

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Obama must pretend to agree on the mosque at ground zero: A chief in the village never sees the devil

Filed in Current affairs by on August 15, 2010 0 Comments
Obama must pretend to agree on the mosque at ground zero: A chief in the village never sees the devil

President Obama is the President of the United of America. President Obama’s support for the controversial idea of building a mosque near ground zero, is “fake” support. He does not have a choice. He does not want to be seen as a divisive president but rather one for unity, respect of minority rights, and freedom of […]

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Faisal Shahzad Pleads Guilty: “Maize cannot get justice in a chicken’s court.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Justice by on June 22, 2010 0 Comments
Faisal Shahzad Pleads Guilty: “Maize cannot get justice in a chicken’s court.

The Mujahid Faisal Shahzad, the Pakistani-American who attempted the Times Square Bombing in May, has plead guilty in federal court in New York. He certainly will spend the rest of his life in prison. He understands that his life is not valued. Pleading not guilty or guilty will end with the same result. Even though they believe […]

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George W. Bush’s Waterboarding Pride: “The naked truth is always better than the best-dressed lie.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on June 6, 2010 0 Comments
George W. Bush’s Waterboarding Pride: “The naked truth is always better than the best-dressed lie.

At least President George W. Bush is consistent about using waterboarding to interrogate terrorist suspects. He authorized it and he feels no regrets or shame about it. He would not hesitate to do it again. President Bush confirmed his position during a rare appearance at the Economic Club of Grand Rapids, Michigan. As the Maasai of […]

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Time Square Terror: A cat keeps its claws inside until it meets a mouse.

Filed in Current affairs by on May 4, 2010 0 Comments
Time Square Terror: A cat keeps its claws inside until it meets a mouse.

New York is still in shock after this weekend’s attempted terrorist attack. Evidence points to an international plot involving Pakistan. No doubt those who want to harm the US are people who dreamt about living in America, even becoming citizens of this great country. What happened? Lately, young Somali, Ethiopian, and Pakistani Americans have been turning against the country […]

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Hamid Karzai Accuses The West of Fraud: Do not tell the man who is carrying you that he stinks.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on April 3, 2010 0 Comments
Hamid Karzai Accuses The West of Fraud: Do not tell the man who is carrying you that he stinks.

Hamid Karzai, President of Afghanistan and ex-CIA agent, has accused the West of committed fraud during the last Afghan presidential elections. These accusations took almost everybody who follows foreign affairs by surprise. This xenophobic message is not the message that a leader who is supposed to bring stability in his country should say. The world knows […]

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Iraqis turn out to vote,despite risks: Courage is not the same as fighting someone stronger than you.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on March 8, 2010 0 Comments
Iraqis turn out to vote,despite risks: Courage is not the same as fighting someone stronger than you.

Despite the risk of being killed, the brave people of Iraq turned out to vote en masse. Democracy is like a pregnancy, the labor is hard but the result is a beautiful baby. The best way to defeat the enemy of Iraq is to show their determination. Many challenges are still ahead. People who lived […]

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Plane crashes into IRS: The beginning of anger is madness and the end of it is regret.

Filed in Current affairs, Strange stuff, Tragedy by on February 21, 2010 0 Comments
Plane crashes into IRS: The beginning of anger is madness and the end of it is regret.

Andrew Joseph Stack, the tax protester who crashed his airplane into an IRS building in Austin, Texas, is seen as a domestic terrorist by some. For many others, Mr. Stack is a hero. Tax men have always been hated, even in the Bible. The difference between America and other countries, such as Europe and Canada, is […]

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