Thursday, 7 July 2005

More on the blasts

Tony Blair:
"It is particularly barbaric that this has happened on a day when people are meeting to try to help the problems of poverty in Africa, the long term problems of climate change. It is also reasonably clear it is designed and aimed to coincide with the opening of the G8. There will be time later to talk about this.

"Our determination to defend our values and ways of life is greater than their desire to create death and destruction and impose extremism on the world. What ever they do it is our determination that they shall not succeed."
Apparently Leicester Square just got hit. And here's the double-decker that got split into two.

blasts

blasts

Incredibly, incredibly sad.

London Bomb Blasts on Flickr

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and i was hoping against hope, naively, that it was a nasty power surge that caused the explosions, not terrorism.


Am still on standby at my hospital. It's chaos out here.


TSCD: keep up the good work, and stay safe.


The terrorists sure are clever. What smart people to hurt and kill men, women, and even CHILDREN in the recent London bomb blasts. Now, world citizens will surely say, “Okay, we give up, come control our lives with your ideologies.” Right? The problem with the leadership at al-Qaeda is that they haven’t figured out that people have no love for killers. Their point of view will only attract the very young and impressionable or the very old and desperate. They miss the largest demographic- law abiding citizens who want peace. If it’s the masses a group wants to affect, do something absolutely worthwhile and positive with the resources. Win hearts. The world may be talking about al-Qaeda , but it’s not in love with it and the goods it’s selling. Without winning heartsthe , MommyCool.com notes change al-Qaeda hopes for will always be shallow.


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