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Hubble mirror needed on Earth

1 June 2012


The United States has no more right to be alarmed by China's missile test than it does to be alarmed by Iran's alleged, impending nukes.


Both are responses to the shredding of international arms limitation agreements; frequent, rampant aggression; the breaking of international law; acts of international terrorism against numerous sovereign nations, and numberless individuals; for fifty years, the toppling of democratically elected governments and the assassination of their leaders; and the largest military and weapons build-up in the history of the world.


Just because we never read about these things in The Australian does not mean they do not occur.


It might cost a billion dollars, but it would be worth every penny: bring back the Hubble mirror and install it in the Oval Office.


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