Monday, January 30, 2006

State-Conducted Murders No Longer Controversial?

Sometimes it seems like that. It's not about arresting someone and trying them and all that nonsense - it's about whether or not we have to notify the host government before we murder someone. How fucked up is that?

I mean, notifying the host government is probably a good thing, but I'm not really into China wacking me, for instance, even if they got permission from Bush, first. Similarly, I don't think we should murder the citizens of other countries - regardless of whether or not their government approves of that murder.

It's pretty unbelievable when you think about it.

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