America Misunderstood: What a Second Bush Victory Meant to the Rest of the World
On November 2nd 2004, nearly six billion people from around the world closely watched their future being defined by 100 million American voters. Whether we like it or not, an American election does drive the rest of the world crazy every four years. To our utmost surprise, America being the lone superpower, the rest of the world considers American voters as their sole representatives. So, when President Bush was re-elected in 2004 - much to the dismay of the rest of the world, did you ever bother to read what the unknown world wrote about you and me? While our mainstream media was busy educating us with our own opinions, somewhere around the globe, in a tiny town in Africa, Asia or in the Middle East, an opinion about Americans were written and drawn in a language that none of us would understand. These opinions may very well have the answers for a famous question: "Why do they hate us?"
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