For an intelligent guy there's a lot you don't get. But I'll make this one easy for you:
In his article, Friedman is advocating what amounts to behavior change — albeit on a broad scale and with a narrow probability quotient. In your constant callings upon, you are doing exactly the same thing.
But when Friedman does it, he should mind his own business, while when you do it, the world must kiss your ring and take immediate action.
Do you get my point now?*
*Like I don't already know the answer to that one.
Okay for the last time - this circle jerk is getting tired
Ah, but people fighting against trespass
It is the Taliban that are trespassing and launching attacks from Pakistan
Again Allegations - You seem to forgot the meaning , I'll post it one more time
allegation |ˌaliˈgā sh ən| noun a claim or assertion that someone has done something illegal or wrong, typically one made without proof : he made allegations of corruption against the administration | allegations that the army was operating a shoot-to-kill policy.
neither terrorists nor extremists because they have the right of self-defence.
You forgot - The Taliban lost their right when the Afghan People Freely Elected their government - The Taliban is no longer the government and has no rights they are now (terrorist)
Think about after the election the Taliben then should have dropped their weapons and rejoined their communities - who know maybe they could have run for election ? but now they decided to kill Afghan citizens burn schools and attack little boys and girls
So, Al Qaeda attacks the U.S. on U.S. soil, killing three thousand mostly civilian persons. It was the manifestation of an open declaration of war rendered by Bin Laden and his supporters. So the U.S. lawfully and with a coalition of multinational forces retaliates against Al Qaeda on the soil it has squatted on, and we're trespassing?
And the Taliban — attached at the hip to Al Qaeda — doesn't trespass, rape, murder, torture, behead, and incinerate?
I'm not implying that two wrongs (when they actually occur) make a right, but dude, you just go out of your way to give the Taliban and Al Qaeda a pass.
Can I offer you a deal on a pre-owned suicide vest with low mileage?
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