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Kishore Balakrishnan
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Thoughts Worth Thinking
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RAQ
* [Mira Art]'s [RAQ|http://surprise.editthispage.com/raqs]
Questions to Ask Yourself, Regularly
[RAQ] > Questions to Ask Yourself, Regularly
The algebra of infinite justice
But war is looming large. Whatever remains to be said must be said quickly. Before America places itself at the helm of the "international coalition against terror", before it invites (and coerces) countries to actively participate in its almost godlike mission - called Operation Infinite Justice until it was pointed out that this could be seen as an insult to Muslims, who believe that only Allah can mete out infinite justice, and was renamed Operation Enduring Freedom- it would help if some small clarifications are made. For example, Infinite Justice/Enduring Freedom for whom? Is this America's war against terror in America or against terror in general? What exactly is being avenged here? Is it the tragic loss of almost 7,000 lives, the gutting of five million square feet of office space in Manhattan, the destruction of a section of the Pentagon, the loss of several hundreds of thousands of jobs, the bankruptcy of some airline companies and the dip in the New York Stock Exchange? Or is it more than that? In 1996, Madeleine Albright, then the US secretary of state, was asked on national television what she felt about the fact that 500,000 Iraqi children had died as a result of US economic sanctions. She replied that it was "a very hard choice", but that, all things considered, "we think the price is worth it". Albright never lost her job for saying this. She continued to travel the world representing the views and aspirations of the US government. More pertinently, the sanctions against Iraq remain in place. Children continue to die.
So here we have it. The equivocating distinction between civilisation and savagery, between the "massacre of innocent people" or, if you like, "a clash of civilisations" and "collateral damage". The sophistry and fastidious algebra of infinite justice. How many dead Iraqis will it take to make the world a better place? How many dead Afghans for every dead American? How many dead women and children for every dead man? How many dead mojahedin for each dead investment banker? As we watch mesmerised, Operation Enduring Freedom unfolds on TV monitors across the world. A coalition of the world's superpowers is closing in on Afghanistan, one of the poorest, most ravaged, war-torn countries in the world, whose ruling Taliban government is sheltering Osama bin Laden, the man being held responsible for the September 11 attacks.
The September 11 attacks were a monstrous calling card from a world gone horribly wrong. The message may have been written by Bin Laden (who knows?) and delivered by his couriers, but it could well have been signed by the ghosts of the victims of America's old wars. The millions killed in Korea, Vietnam and Cambodia, the 17,500 killed when Israel - backed by the US - invaded Lebanon in 1982, the 200,000 Iraqis killed in Operation Desert Storm, the thousands of Palestinians who have died fighting Israel's occupation of the West Bank. And the millions who died, in Yugoslavia, Somalia, Haiti, Chile, Nicaragua, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, Panama, at the hands of all the terrorists, dictators and genocidists whom the American government supported, trained, bankrolled and supplied with arms. And this is far from being a comprehensive list.
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Mira Art
[RAQs|http://surprise.editthispage.com/raqs] ([Rarely Asked Questions])
Rarely Asked Questions
I came across this phrase at [Mira Art]'s [RAQs|http://surprise.editthispage.com/raqs] page...
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Weblog2001December
Found [The End of the World] at his page... which made me goto [RAQ] and found [The Meaning of Life] :-)
The End of the World
[RAQ]
Socrates
[RAQ]
Index20011224
!FAQ and [RAQ]
What Is a Human Being?
[RAQ] > What Is a Human Being?
What is happiness?
[RAQ] > What is happiness?
What is the purpose of life?
[RAQ] > What is the purpose of life?
Why
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What is the true meaning of life?
[RAQ] > What is the true meaning of life? [source|http://www.indigosun.com/Jan2000/Innocence.htm]
Why were we born?
[RAQ] > Why were we born?
What is your goal in this life?
[RAQ] > What is your goal in this life?
Index2002
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What Should I Do With My Life?
[RAQ] > What Should I Do With My Life?
The Goal of Human Life
[RAQ] > The Goal of Human Life is self-realization, or God realization, but the scientists do not know that. Modern society is presently led by blind and foolish men. The so-called technologists, scientists, and philosophers do not know the real aim of life. And the people themselves are blind as well; so we have a situation in which the blind are leading the blind. If a blind man tries to lead another blind man, what type of results can we expect?
Graham Hancock
civilization of Mesopotamia in present-day Iraq and definitely existed
Index200301
[RAQ], [FAQ], [Principles], [Stories]
Nishkam Gupta
[Young Indian American Hindu Joins Marines|http://www.rediff.com/us/2003/apr/04iraq1.htm]
serve in Iraq. Nishkam attended a Marine boot "summer" camp while in
Students Council. When packing his bags for going to Iraq he took only
Orthodox
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Index200909
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Index20180419
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Index20180720
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