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American anarchist groups are supporting foreign terrorists.

Reader comment on item: Maher Hawash: The Terrorist Next Door

Submitted by KOBE SBM (United States), Aug 19, 2003 at 01:41

I find it appalling that American anarchist groups lie in wait for destabilizing events to occur so that they can further their quest to topple the government. Immediately after 9/11, these groups rallied behind the almost riotous demand for international justice to be served on the nation(s) responsible for the horrible acts which took place on that fateful day. Less than one year later, the same groups marched in the streets in OPPOSITION to the action which was taken against Afghanistan, and then again in Iraq. It is painfully obvious that our government must do whatever it can to stem the rise of such groups.

This website does much to communicate the sentiment of most Americans who actually LOVE their country. I run a website at http://www.kobehq.com which attempts to do the same.

The concept of Freedom, as practiced in the United States is ever-changing. I believe that the concept of freedom is a guideline to actual practice, but cannot be fully realized without establishing limits to that freedom. Until we, as human beings, evolve to the point where we are not trying to kill one another, freedom must have boundaries. After all, freedom without rules IS anarchy.

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