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04 August 2003

Simon Tisdall: Bumbling Bush may have given Osama an open goal; Deborama : I don't know so much

This column in the Guardian analyses the effectiveness (or rather almost total lack of it) of the war on terror. I don't totally agree with the final analysis, though, as the writer believes that Bush is trying to win the war on terror as we would understand it - e.g., eliminate or greatly reduce acts of terrorism. An open goal for Osama? Hardly. This is pure 1984-style foreign policy - the war on terror need never end, is infinitely useful to the rulers, and if the personae keep changing, who cares? it's always the same war. Be expecting the two-minute hate to be instituted any day.

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