POSTED RESPONSES TO A COLUMN IN TORONTO'S GLOBE AND MAIL
It truly is dishonest to always write about "drone attacks."
Drones don't attack anyone. Gum-chewing thugs sitting in an office chair at a computer terminal do.
These drones are armed with American Hellfire missiles, the same ones Israel uses when it typically kills a dozen innocent people in a bloody horror trying to get one target, some man who has never been charged or tried or condemned.
The guy at the terminal somewhere in a locked room in the Pentagon basement undoubtedly pumps his arm as the missile explodes, killing God knows who.
Then he goes out for some lunch in Georgetown.
An absolute lack of ethics, only praised by the apologists for Israel's bloody excesses.
Misery likes company, and the same goes for miserable criminal behavior.
Carrying the Olympic Torch would sure be a suitable suggestion, although I doubt the writer making this suggestion even understands why.
Few Canadians seem aware that the Olympic Torch relay was invented for the 1936 Olympics in Nazi Germany, invented by no less a figure than Doctor Joseph Goebbels to distract world attention in a very controversial Olympics from the stuff going on in Germany.
Yet we blindly carry on this stupid marketing scheme as though it were a hallowed tradition.
And we get brainless suggestions like this one concerning it.