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Two years of gibberish

The garbled utterances of the left after 9/11 merely flattered the arguments of warmongers

When the hijacked aircraft hit the World Trade Centre two years ago, more than just two buildings and 3,000 lives were lost: amid the rubble of ground zero, many illusions also smouldered. At the time, it seemed as though 11th September might prove to be a great event with small consequences, a horror without meaning or serious effects. Two years on, it looks more like a small event with great consequences. To say “small” is not to minimise the outrage and the suffering: every death is a sorrow, and grief is not quantifiable. All the same, buildings are destroyed by…

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