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Last updated on August 6th, 2017 at 05:39 am
Robert Fisk rails against:
… the internet hate machine, the circle of hell in which any political filth or personal libel can be hurled at the innocent without any recourse to the law, to libel lawyers or to common decency … There is no end to the internet’s circle of hate.
It’s a circle, Bob; they tend not to have ends. Fisk seems unusually worked up about this for someone who claims to avoid the internet (“Instead of searching the internet for information or references, I prefer to go to the field”), so maybe he’s hearing about this “circle of hate” deal from someone else. By the way, Fisk would like to remind everyone that he is daring:
I had dared to ask the ‘Why’ question; Why had 19 Arabs flown aircraft into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and Pennsylvania?
Take any crime on the streets of London and the first thing Scotland Yard does is look for a motive. But when we had international crimes against humanity on the scale of New York, Washington and Pennsylvania, the first thing we were not allowed to do was look for a motive. How very odd.
How very odd that Fisk needs to ask why Arabs flew an aircraft into Pennslyvania; it was because passengers forced them.
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