Letter to Editor

Response to Editorial ‘An Inhumane Policy’

To the Editor: 

Your editorial [An Inhumane Policy] is very sad, but true. These things happen when those in charge are overwhelmed by issues such as selfishness, intolerance, an inferiority complex, and insecurity – then the results of their thoughts and actions are painful. Condemn the innocent souls of children to unwavering, utter destruction. 

I wonder about those who blindly follow them, so many ordinary people and with such enthusiasm! I ask myself, how can a society, fallen so low, stand up and return to its moral values? 

Argyroula Apostolou 

Brooklyn, NY 


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