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McCutcheon, America didn't solve anything

Reader comment on item: [Symposium:] Why Does the World Hate America?
in response to reader comment: The Greatest Country in the Entire World Part 3

Submitted by Ravi (United States), May 4, 2007 at 01:31

Dear McCutcheon

"Now the United States has made mistakes. Slavery, the exploitation of the American Indian, the refusal to admit the jewish refugees during WW2, etc. But we have overcome these mistakes."

What are you talking about? Sure the USA got rid of slavery, but the hatred of blacks is still widespread. The government has designed a system that has trapped people in ghettos, and slums. That's how the "balck street culture developed".

How did u solve the problem of the exploitation of the American Indians (proper name Native Americans). Did you give them back their land? No! You forced them into reserves!

The America talks a great deal about saving the Jews in Israel, but they didn't even admit Jewish refugees into their country.

BTW, Canada has significantly less crime than the USA. Your gun laws only lead to more shootings and killings. Compare the murders in Canada with that of the USA.


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