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Police and the Constitution
The developed nations depend upon the large market in the developing nations to sustain their industry. Their object will be to make the developing nations develop just enough to be good buyers but not rich sellers. The race for leadership among the forward nations will motivate efforts to destabilise the developing nations by subversive forces activated within the nations. More
The madness of `an eye for an eye' philosophy
Human mind, with all the negative thoughts of hatred, greed, jealousy, ego and pride, is at the root of all diseases, both in individuals and in society. Spiritual health is an absolute prerequisite for common well-being. Spirituality is simply cari ng and sharing and is the same for every religion. Man must transcend the narrow religious beliefs to comprehend this universal truth. More
Terror and law
Where innocents are caught in harm's way, law enforcement's only possible justification is that there was immediate danger to others; even then, the harm to innocents must be minimised first. The U.S. bombing fails this test, and POTO's allowance f or long imprisonment without trial seems to contravene it. More



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