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June 09, 2006


Mathias Klang

Good point. This line has been blurred since the post 9/11 "war" on terrorism. This could be seen as a natural progression after such terminology as the "war" on drugs. But it is also the blurring of lines: You do not fight wars against terrorism – you use justice. And, as your post points out, you don’t achieve justice by bombing people.

The problem with this blurring becomes more apparent when you see which rights individuals have in peacetime as opposed to wartime...


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