Quote of the day – Arundhati Roy

14 July 2008 by Mike Gogulski
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This is not to suggest that the terrorists who perpetrated the outrage on 11 September should not be hunted down and brought to book. They must be. But is war the best way to track them down? Will burning the haystack find the needle? Or will it escalate the anger and make the world a living hell for all of us? [emphasis mine]

— Arundhati Roy, “War is Peace”, in The Algebra of Infinite Justice

  1. 3 Responses to “Quote of the day – Arundhati Roy”

  2. By Kent McManigal on 14 July 2008

    But, according to the official story, all those terrorists died in the crashes. Why would we be searching for them? Or is there something our masters in government aren’t telling us?

  3. By Mike Gogulski on 14 July 2008

    Kent, that dialogue wasn’t even really going on when she wrote this, I believe in late 2001 or early 2002.

    I did hint at the question a couple days ago, though:

  4. By Kent McManigal on 15 July 2008

    I was just saying it so you wouldn’t have to.

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