n the opening, we address the young woman from England that was beaten to death, of course not right away – she had to suffer a few days – by ten other girls. Why did they perpetrate this heinous act? Because she was Muslims, and all of this was followed by the news of the “Hurt a Muslim Day letters that were being mailed around England.
This all ties into the CNN commercial, rather set of commercials, that have been running about Apples. It doesn’t matter how many times you say it – an apple is an apple, and if you are not careful you might slip on that banana peel.
This story leads us to the story in Austin Texas where bombs are being delivered to people’s homes. The point is, if it is a young girl being beaten to death or exploding packages being delivered to people’s homes, when we fail to call something what it is we “white wash it” and take the sensitive out of it, if something is terroism – an act that terroises – then call it what it is. An apple is not a banana.
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