Sunday, July 16, 2006

Noting Less Real

When it comes to politics, Financial Times, a paper I subscribe to and have delivered to my home in San Jose, California, every day of the week except Sundays, has rarely published anything less real, less reasoned, less knowledgeable and more false than this little effort at thinking (a column?) by William Kristol, reputed to be an editor of The Weekly Standard.

Alas! More and more opinion pieces on "Middle East" have become like that but good rhetoric and rhythmic writing never made good reason. This one is a grand proof of it.

Every paragraph has good music but false starts and conclusions of reason. So, I do not know where to begin, and I simply stop here. Failure of logic knows best.

For an alternative perspective, rarely seen on Financial Times, you may turn to here.

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