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Monday, January 12, 2004


This is coolbert:

The U.S., in it's war against Al Qaeda, has just implemented new methods to help in tracking aliens entering the U.S.

I mean of course the practice to fingerprint and photograph persons entering the U.S. from certain foreign countries.

Now, apparently in retaliation, a minor judge in Brazil has ordered that all U.S. citizens entering Brazil must also be fingerprinted and photographed.

Well, this makes a lot of sense, doesn't it?

After all, you have all heard about the U.S. citizens hijacking all those Brazilian airliners and crashing them into Brazilian skyscrapers. Even the most reasonable of measures to control aliens in the U.S. brings outraged comment from certain circles.



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