War on Terror

Do you remember the moment when fictional Kazakh reporter Borat told a rodeo crowd that he supported USA?s war on terror: ?May your George Bush drink the blood of every single man, woman and child of Iraq! May you destroy their country so that for the next thousand years, not even a single lizard will survive in their desert!? Borat's die-hard statement is a sign of the times now the world is more divided than it was in decades. Borat revealed in a cynical way how brutish the whole situation is. Each year, hundreds of billions of dollars are spent to finance a war against terror in Iraq, Afghanistan and against terrorism more broadly. Enormous amounts of lives have been lost but the brutal attacks have contributed to even more uncontrollability, evil, violence and extremism. Martin Luther King once stated that the weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral, multiplying evil. Hate can?t drive out hate, only love and tolerance can do that. The ?war on terror? by the Bus