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7/7 and the G8.

This is a war of the unknown warriors; but let all strive without failing in faith or in duty.” Only a day after Olympic euphoria, London suffers its worst attack since the Blitz, resulting in 38 dead and 700 wounded. Many condolences to the people of London and the families of the fallen, and I hope these cowardly and reprehensible bombings won’t overly divert Tony Blair and the G8 from their larger agenda (even if Dubya refuses to play ball on global warming.)


One Response to “7/7 and the G8.”

  1. Athens is under serious security right now. I asked some of the locals if this was an unusual level of police/military and the response was “nai” (yes). Many of the Europeans at my hotel have voiced the same concerns we felt in NYC, “is nowhere safe?” A stupid and senseless act of violence.

    Posted by J GO | July 8, 2005, 11:02 am

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