There are many types of killers throughout the world and throughout history.
There are the master mind killers like Charles Mason, Idi Amin, and Adolph Hitler. There are those who strap themselves with explosives and go about killing innocent people, like that of September 11, 2001, or more recently the Boston Marathon. And finally, there are those who, many would argue are more dangerous and more cunning – they are the killer-politician-leaders, and they come in two flavors.
The first go about shaking hands and kissing babies to reach ultimate power. They transition from baby kissers to baby killers, all in the name of national security and self-preservation such as Israeli Prime ministers, Saddam Hussein in declaring war against Iran, Milosevic and his ethnic cleansing campaign against Muslims.
The second are those who never hold a gun, never make a military decision, and never sign a war act. They are presidents, parliamentarians, and ministers who make strategic economic and social decisions that do not necessarily kill people, but their hopes and aspirations.
What we are witnessing today in Tunisia is a sort of a mass killings, but not the kind that requires burials of bodies, rather burials of hopes and dreams….this is how to kill a country
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