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The Litmus Test of Change in US Foreign Policy

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Gaza has once again demonstrated the hypocrisy, double-standards, crimes and injustices in international politics.  Everybody can see with their own eyes that this situation is wrong and must end.  They are the majority, and they will support a new US policy of change leading to more justice, freedom and peace worldwide.

A new, a liberating US foreign policy will be the litmus test of change.

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