Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Surveillance in Kabul

Surveillance in Kabul | Opinion |

A UN Human Development Report recently revealed that Afghanistan has slipped to 171st of 173 countries in terms of development.
If US resources spent on unproductive military surveillance of Afghans were dedicated to assessments of both US and Afghan people burdened by poverty, unemployment, hunger, disease and climate change, today’s US generations would be less willing to feed their tax money to the insatiable appetite of the ‘defence’ corporations and their illusions of omniscient security.

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