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Blum & Al Quaeda

Reader comment on item: [William Blum and] Al-Qaeda's Leftist Brigade

Submitted by Steven l (United States), Jan 24, 2006 at 22:53

The most important is what Blum does not talk or write about regardless of his political inclination.
The main issue is: what is wrong with American Capitalism. A lot is wrong and that is why many in and out of this country hate the US.

The left and the liberals are always for the underdog regardless of right or wrong. They always think in absolute but refuse to live and think like humans with their limitations. They do not think that in the world of OBL there is no room for leftists and liberals. It is dhiminitude for all but for the few elected: Muslim, Arab, male.

So American Capitalism needs to be reformed, needs to humanized.
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