[Marxism] Police-state laws won't stop terrorist bombings - Green Left Weekly #645, October 12, 2005
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Green Left Weekly #645, October 12, 2005
Police-state laws won't stop terrorist bombings
In the days following the October 1 Bali restaurant bombings,
Australians have been
subject to a barrage of hypocritical and racist ``anti-terrorist''
hysteria whipped up by politicians and the corporate media. But
activists have stated what many people are thinking: that these
bombings, like those in Spain and London, are directly linked to the
West's occupation of Iraq, Afghanistan and Palestine. [Full article]
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