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Reader comment on item: An Inadvertent Endorsement of Campus Watch [at Georgia Tech]

Submitted by Harrak (Canada), Apr 17, 2006 at 13:45

I never ever thought -until some five years ago- that studying in America will be like studying in Cuba or Saudi Arabia...In Cuba you can not talk about one thing in the universities: communism...In Saudi Arabia you can not talk about monarchy. In America, even worse, there are many things you can not talk about, many things..

" I think by making Americans live the same goverment pressures as they lived in under Arabic dictatorships, the 9/11 terrorists had won by acheiving that goal"
Harrak
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