Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Doing Nothing, Means Something

I was wrong about Darfur in my earlier post I guess. Since the MSM never really carries any news of substance about that area anymore, I assumed that all was well. I mean, the UN was going to work on it at least 18 months ago. I remember a lot of tough talk. Surely they followed that up right?

Christopher Hitchens brings us up to date on the great job the UN is doing in Darfur

A taste:

"In other words, a Rwanda in slow motion, and in front of the cameras and the diplomats. What was all that garbage about "never again"?"

And most importantly for those whose main goal in life is to keep their hands clean:

"Nonintervention does not mean that nothing happens. It means that something else happens."

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