Let me begin by sending out sympathies to victims and those others who have been damaged by this atrocity.
I wish to point out that all of us should not jump to conclusions and that blatantly making assumptions is not a healthy thing to do. A lot of posts have already listed a myriad of scape goats - countries, organizations, races, and even class. For those of you who are doing just that - you have already fallen for the plans of those suicide terrorist: this is exactly what they was hoping for. They want their hatred, if any, to spread like a plague.
Well, it doesn't surprise any bit to see these kinds of posts: posts preaching for a war (or even reiterating the history of our wars for some strange reasons); posts debating over nuclear weapons; or any other post for a great change in our society---afterall, Bluesnews is indeed a site for many diehard FPS fans.
Everybody seems to be angry, chanting things like "we must do something" or "let's get our revenge". Oh, you wish to get some justice out of this? And how would you do that when the ones who brought about this atrocity are now dead? They are suicide terrorists and they carried out their wishes. I guess it's a little too late to make them suffer for these injustices. Now there are others who are saying that there are some other individuals who helped harbor this act - that is something that should not be existing in your minds as a fact. And if there really is no target to place all the blame upon, what will you then do? Cower in your corners and weep away, knowing that there is nothing you can do? Knowing that there's nobody or no country to blow up and unleash your anger upon?
The only thing left to do is to hope that the worst is already over. Hope that there won't be any upcoming war, which many of you seem to be overly excited about, and hope that no more lives will be lost in the near future.
A young student told me that even though the word, war, has only three letters - it is still an incredibly huge word.