The U.S. teacher goes to a protest march. She holds her sign that says, “Build bridges, not walls.” When the march is over she goes home — sometimes to a gated community, or a building that requires a code to get in. She lives in a home with walls, doors, and locks. She uses, “Build bridges, not walls,” as a mantra. She says it as though it can’t be argued with — as though it were true at all times and in all circumstances. She forgets her home, car, computer, phone, bank accounts, mail, and other parts of her life where she wants privacy or needs security. There’s no such thing as a world without borders.More Headlines
The London attack bore all the hallmarks of the jihadist modus operandi, just as the official response bore all the hallmarks of business-as-usual in London.
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