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Pakistan has denied that India’s surgical strikes took place, saying only that two of its soldiers were killed in artillery shelling. This is the policy taken by the Indian state and now heightened to new levels of violence and murder. But if you seek counsel – from a priest, for example you have selected that priest; and at bottom you already knew, more or less, what he would advise. As a humanist feminist anti-racist pacifist whateverist, I have wondered whether or not all the –ists and –isms aren’t a bit redundant.

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