If there is an attack on the 11th, would this be justification for challenging human rights derogations? or encouraging more?
It raises a whole load of questions i cant answer, no matter how hard i try. Would it mean that we had not gone far enough? Would it mean that terrorism is unstoppable? Are we at a fork in the road where we must choose between a virtualy total lack of private life, or the continued unmanagable risk of mass casualty terrorism incidents?
I hope nothing happens, but all future terrorost attacks, whenever they happen, will raise this question. I hope that it doesnt give governments more fuel to derrogate from human rights principles...in some ways i would prefer to accept terrorist attacks as a possibility if that meant our human rights are protected.
What do you think?