After bin Laden, a greater enemy remains

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May 4, 2011
Center for a Stateless Society
by David D'Amato  
Posted in Commentary

"The 'trustworthy' opinions of the mainstream conversation in politics and international affairs universally recognized bin Laden as an absolute moral evil. As it would be in the case of any serial murderer, voices in support of bin Laden and his inhuman crusade were few and far between, confined to what most consider the fringe, outside 'respectable discourse.' The state, on the other hand, enjoys a sempiternal assumption of legitimacy, one that endures regardless of its crimes or their magnitude, that flies in the face of the moral judgment we apply to 'the terrorists.'" (05/03/11)  

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