posted on Feb, 8 2015 @ 06:26 PM
I recently got in a heated debate over the movie American Sniper in a thread on here. To those involved: I am sorry.
But not only to them, to anyone I might have ever offended and I undoubtedly will offend in the future: I am sorry.
Why this thread? Just to say sorry? No. Because as emotional as the thread that sparked this one might have gotten, the premise remains the same;
I really do not feel like killing/violence is a solution to anything.
Someone asked me what I'd suggest then? Well, call me naive, but this is a start, at least in my opinion. It's something I've been missing on the
internet a lot, and I think if killing Muslims should get some attention, saying sorry, as cheesy as that might sound, deserves some spotlight as
Everyone always feels they have it right, and I'm usually no different, but in the process we forget that people who don't have the luxury of
debating it, are actually suffering.
Yeah, I get emotional. I watch liveleak every day though I probably shouldn't, because refreshing my memory on a daily base on the fact that ACTUAL
PEOPLE are dying, does make me emotional, especially towards people who openly promote such violence that always affects the innocent too.
I might sound extreme but I'm not. You don't disarm a suicide bomber by offering them a hug, you shoot them in the head before they manage to press
Saying sorry is not going to stop ISIS. But damnit, there ARE people out there who deserve one, especially if we now expect them to stand up to the
actual scum among them. Show them we're humans too, unlike the ISIS monsters, so they know they can side with us. Why would they if they know us for
bombing their villages?
On a sidenote;
We have the internet, we can communicate directly among us little pawns, no matter what continent we live on, we can show eachother that our
governments and the actual powerhouses are NOT siding with us commoners either.
Frustrated Westerners should NOT be tweeting about how they want to kill Muslims even more now, they should be tweeting about their corrupt
governments siding with multinationals that cause turmoil around the globe for personal profit and gains.
(The Papua New Guinea operations by ExxonMobil is a perfect example, causing civil war for gas and profit)