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It is the pot calliong the kettle black!!!

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Submitted by Rajan (India), Sep 28, 2006 at 02:26

America has committed the greatest atrocity on humanity by using the atomic bomb against an already defeated Japan way back in 1945. (Their scientists were experimenting out that effects of the bomb, perhaps). It goes to prove how ruthless man can be. It is guilty of killing lakhs of innocent civilians including women and little kids. So also, if America is rich today, it is because their savage ancestors squeezed out the blood and sweat of African slaves (including women and children less that 5 years of age). You just need read to know that atrocities that nation has committed on weaker nations. Now, reclining on the coach of illgotten riches, it can point fingers at others! Yet as long as there is poverty in Africa, unstability in Asia or some imbalance in any part of the world, no nation can have peace; for, progress cannot be lop-sided. Humanity as a whole must progress.

Terrorism is bad. Whether religious or cultural or for money. But no blame game can solve the issue. There have been terrorists all through history and there will be as long as mankind, as a specious, does not evolve in a spiritual direction to cast his greed for money and material comforts.

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