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Christmas Day has been officially over for days now, but of course, there are many who will continue to enjoy the holidays , while there are those others suggesting that the holidays should be put behind us as quickly as possible so as to get down to the business.

The intention would be to ensure some of the problems and concerns do not travel too far with us into the New Year and that we can make 2010 a very special year in the development of our nature island.

But with the recent attempt to blow a plane full of people out of the sky, allegedly by someone with links to terrorism, helps us to understand that even outside of our domestic concerns related to poor economies and crime, there are simply some unfathomable things carrying on around us and which will eventually affect the way we choose to go about our daily lives.

The fact of the matter is that the world has indeed become very small and people from all of its parts can easily set up interests, just about anywhere, and everybody’s agenda is carried out with very little consideration for what they might consider “the collateral damage”.

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Comment by Joel Halfwassen Subscribed to comments via email
2009-12-30 15:05:15

And unfortunately an event like this directly affects Dominica. As an island nation you are dependent on airline travel for some of your tourism. The added security measures that are sure to come from this are sure to not only add inconvenience to the folks who fly, but add cost to the governments whose airports are on their lands.

 
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