Here's another debate for ya'll:
Over here in good old NZ, people have been likening US President George W. Bush as being another Adolf Hitler, stating that he is trying to convince the people that there is a 'need for war'. That the US needs to be at war with Iran, Afghanistan and other countries hindering global peace. What do you reckon?? Genocide?? maybe. Against Muslims or against terrorists?? A sticky issue I know. But this comparrison is so far pretty accurate. In the late '30s Hitler and his Nazi party built up armies, started to prejudice against certain races/cultures and press a need for a war. Now I'm not trying to say that Bush is a Nazi fascist. I personally believe he is a good man and there is no way that in the current state of the world he would get away with genocide or be appeased by the Allies like Hitler was. But still, you have to wonder when a countries' leader wants war, the people are crying out for no more bloodshed, to bring the nations' young boys back home from a horror none of us could ever imagine and yet he still wants the rivers of 'justice' to run red. What do ya'll think??
With Reference To:
- Otago Daily Times (16/08/02)
- New Zealand Herald (28/07/02)
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