"Who is to blame" by Pendar (word count: 1236)
"Today, we live in the information age that should make it extremely difficult to simply lie to a nation and fool them. Yet, many governments can easily gather the people in support of their unjust wars. Later, people try to justify their action by simply saying that they were manipulated by the government--nothing feels better than blaming others. However, if people were fooled, they should not repeat the same mistake."…
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Pendar is a graduate student in Conflict Resolution. Pendar is a nom de plume because Pendar travels to Iran and Pendar is not a US citizen. Pendar means Thought in Persian.
Wednesday, June 13, 2007
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