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ID number:711855
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Published: 26.05.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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Some would say that evil has never been treated more harshly than in today's civilization. They would use examples such as September 11. The terrorist actions of Osama Bin Laden and his organizations have been punished and continue to be punished through nothing less than death. Pride and patriotism become paramount and North America yet again proves itself to be the champion of justice. What a great image, to bad it's absolutely inaccurate. The truth is, Canada has for over 30 years legalized murder. How is it that in the greatest country in the world almost 13 innocent children are murdered, legally, every hour of every day. How could any society be great while allowing such dreadful actions to be carried out. The worst part is, these murders are not under the punishment of law, but instead under the protection of law. One would say that this whole notion is an exaggeration and that no country could ever condone such evil. The quotation above shows just how this is done. The unimaginable evil is kept in the dark. …

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