Chronicles & Dissent
posted by Terry Glavin at 6:53 PM
"I think that if there is something that went on there, it requires a full analysis, and we have to understand whether or not there was an action where there was an action in self-defence or whether it was something that is more in the style of a direct killing. And that has to do with American law and international law as well."Overheard on the radio yesterday:"I voted for the NDP to get rid of the Liberals. Now I have to figure out how to get rid of the NDP.'
The start of a post at the Canadian Defence & Foreign Affairs Institute's "3Ds Blog":"Killing Osama bin LadenI have been uncomfortable with the de facto execution of an unarmed man confronted with effectively overwhelming force. On the other hand…The man was not a head of state or of government. Nor indeed an official of any sort of legitimate organization. He was in the true sense of the word an outlaw..."MarkOttawa
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