Thoughtcrime - 13 Feb 2013

No state has the inherent right to exist.  This should be an obvious statement, but somehow in today's world it is an extremely controversial one.

Putting the thought into perspective, it's difficult to claim that anything in this universe has the right to exist - at least in its current form.  But if we want to start somewhere, maybe it's best to give people that right, and then work from there.

So, then, what can we make of a state which denies people have the right to exist?  Certainly it must be pretty far down on the list, if not anathema to the entire process.

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