Considering the recent surge of terrorism around the globe, Lori “The Resident” Harfenist asks people in the Big Apple what more the world should be doing to stop terrorism.
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"If you felt enslaved?" Ya that makes total sense you feel enslaved so you go and give the government and even better reason to enslave you thats smart and the flip side when you treat people like beasts or children they will act like them.
The best news on Russia Today cannot be accessed readily, easily, effortlessly or sometimes, at all. For example, President Medvedev [I apologize for every time I misspelled] briefly spoke on law, the rule and due process. That has been put aside as though international law is not a common subject for RT to have as an ongoing discussion, speaking of stopping terror, globally.How can terror be stopped? How can global terrorism as a multi-trillion business profiting global industries' shareholders, begin to be considered in the equation of an intellectual, scholarly debate under international law? The subject indeed stand here, international law, AND HOW TO, cease and desist in the modern higher intelligence [rule of law], when the judicial branch of a government that operates under a strict form of republic form of governance, profits handsomely in generating the digital letters of credit to run the multi-trillion returns, how often?
With all of the on air talent available in NY, why uis this amateur allowed to hold a mike, whose daughter or niece is she?Also to Larry - I do agree that NY is not America, however most of those interviewed were not NYers, judging by their accents.
Although I think this news spot is clever & rather surprising at how uninformed average New Yorkers are, I think you try some place else for a change...I think the rest of America is sick of being represented by New Yorkers
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