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Friday, August 09, 2002
Today's edition of The Independent featured a column by Robert Fisk, which, like everything Fisk writes, is worth reading. I love how he integrates descriptive language into his reporting.
In the same paper, Adrian Hamilton suggests that since the United States is undemocratic and abuses people around the world, its government needs to be overthrown. While I agree with the Hamilton's sentiments and appreciate the fact that he is spending time on how to best defeat the U.S. government, I think he should spend more time on how to force the Americans to act responsibly. The occupying force will have to be brutal as the Americans see any sign of leniency as weakness and it will take more than "five to 10 years."