Thursday, December 30, 2004

Tsunamis, 9-11, and the U.N. in Rwanda
For four days now, each check of the news brings a sadder report from the Indian Ocean. From here, just unimaginable in horror. 70,000 dead at this time. History tells us that the sadness and terror of Sept. 11 pale miserably before this type of disaster.

In April of 1994, in just 5 days, Rwandans murdered an equal 70,000 of their men, women, and children. Over the next 95 days, they would kill ten times more - 800,000 in all. While the U.N., Kofi Annan, and the world stood still.

Does the U.N. need to be rebuilt from scratch? 100 Days of Mass Genocide.

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