originally posted by: XxRagingxPandaxX
a reply to: EternalSolace
By what means exactly? Fascism agrees with you.
I think your question is an important one, OP, don't mistake me because I chose this response to reply to or highlight. But….and this is a big
but: It happens to be true, that in the current paradigm, a wish for unity at all costs, above anything else
, can be quite a dangerous wish.
They say, be careful what you wish for.
It's been pointed out herein, that a perceived act of war on the culture here in the US, or a given enemy, which is what 9/11 was likely about,
scripted and played out, as such, to provide such. But it's important for humanity at large, to realize this was what this was. We were given an
enemy, something, someone to hate. The resulting racial/religious hatred against arabic peoples and Islam, and assumptions that all arabic people,
or even those that looked the part, were radical muslim terrorists, when, in fact, they might not even have been the perpetrators, and even if they
were, they were perhaps in league with our own leaders…..well, the result, here, needless to say, wasn't the best, was it?
Sort of like Egypt's "Arab Spring." Everyone took to the streets, the press was there, it was on CNN, it looked great, there were flowers and
music and best wishes for everyone. What happened? Do we even know? Is there a free enough press there to tell us? Is there ever, even,
anywhere, such a thing as a free press?
Perhaps not in this paradigm. And perhaps no one here chose it this way, really, either.
Its' important, I believe, to realize why man has been at war for longer than we can remember. Is this even the true history, as a matter of fact?
It may not be. It just could be that what's happened is an endeavor so large it cannot be fought, even when realized, to replace history with a
different story, keeping us at war and at each other's throats, to make sure, in the end, in this Marshall McLuhan existence, we choose the