oskar hansen


Privatization of terror


The Privatization of Terror

In Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq bombs explodes,
drones fall killing the innocent. People who live
under this tyranny of terror, bury their dead and go
on living, as they must… terror will not bow them.
And now violence came to Boston (USA) that got
a worldwide coverage a market town in Pakistan
never gets. Privatized terror never pays, it kills and
wounds, but people will not submit to horror and
the endeavour of the criminals is in vain and deserve
nothing but utter contempt; whoever they are and
whatever their political object, aggression is terror,
pre empty strikes against population (in Boston this
time) is a crime against humanity.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 25, 2013
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