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    • Tom
    • 23.08.07 | 21:29 (IDT)

    Guido no doubt styles himself to be a very progressive, politically correct kind of guy, but nevertheless finds himself pursuing and very circuitious route to arrive at a rather tenuous conclusion that "So maybe in spite of everything Hamas should stop the rocket attacks...". It never ceases to amaze me how people like Guido find it so very difficult to conclude that things like Hamas' rocket attacks (which are no doubt war crimes because they are attacks that do not discriminate between armed forces and civilians, recently hiiting a kindergarten for example) aren't such a good thing after all. Cognitive dissonance is a difficult thing to live with. I wonder how Guido copes with it.

    from the article: Too many authorities
    First published 00:00 23.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 23.08.07
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