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Listen and we might learn something

I think the next challenge for our leaders will be to listen to the protesters. Send out the police, but with explicit instructions, to really hear the information that is imparted. Perhaps it’s time to talk to the terrorists too. Ask them what is the message they wished to impart. Could be they only wanted to tell us about the peace they desired, for the families they’d lost.

It’s better to cry together.

John Hoffmann


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