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Old 01 Feb 08, 11:49
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When it comes to Rwanda Dallaire's book sums it up - a failure of humanity. Every nation chose not to get involved - all that matters would be if they had learnt the lesson and got involved the next time. Darfur shows they never will.
Dallaire's book is an excellent read for all those who want to see how all the so called "great" nations dragged their feet until it was too late. There were some individual heroes, but the establishment failed, and miserably. And yes, I agree with you Sergio; Clinton's apology wasnt worth a dang.
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The Clinton apology wasn'r worth much but it was a dambed sight more than any other country gave.
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I bet Bill Clinton is sick about not doing anything because if he had then he would be looking like a world hero today. That he is not called a hero is why he is sick about it, not that millions were slaughtered.
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Agreed TB. This guy (Clinton) was and still is more concerned with his image than with people. Too little, too late for 'Little Billy's Willy'.
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