Are they beyond help?

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The BBC reports that after conducting its inquiry, the Council of Europe has accused several member states of 'colluding' with the CIA on rendition flights. This comes on the heels of a report issued by a Swiss Senator whose accused fourteen European countries of 'helping the CIA spin a spider's web of disappearances, secret detentions and illegal flights.'

The obvious question is: Why are they doing this? Why are they persecuting those who try to protect them? At times it almost seems that the Europeans expend more effort on targeting the CIA than on pursuing the fanatics bent on unleashing terrorist in their midst. Those who so ungraciously refuse the assistance they so obviously need may indeed be beyond help.

Vasko Kohlmayer   6 28 06

The BBC reports that after conducting its inquiry, the Council of Europe has accused several member states of 'colluding' with the CIA on rendition flights. This comes on the heels of a report issued by a Swiss Senator whose accused fourteen European countries of 'helping the CIA spin a spider's web of disappearances, secret detentions and illegal flights.'

The obvious question is: Why are they doing this? Why are they persecuting those who try to protect them? At times it almost seems that the Europeans expend more effort on targeting the CIA than on pursuing the fanatics bent on unleashing terrorist in their midst. Those who so ungraciously refuse the assistance they so obviously need may indeed be beyond help.

Vasko Kohlmayer   6 28 06