posted on Jul, 19 2015 @ 10:30 AM
One thing that I can't understand about the Greek crisis is how everyone seems to view the Greek government as being "the good guys" against "the evil
People act like it's as black and white as an old western film where the bad guys could clearly be identified by their clothing.
If one looks deeper, I think it all becomes more grey than black and white. How are the governments of the world considered "the good guys"?
Is there a country on earth that wasn't born in blood (literally and figuratively)?
The great monuments of Greece as well as every other country on earth could have been built out of the bones of people that were killed in order to
'claim' the land. They were built only because of war, murder, deceit, and every other evil under the sun.
I don't think the bankers in the Greece situation are "the good guys" either of course. I think it's a case of evil fighting evil.
When I consider why the governments of the world are considered "the good guys" I can think of plenty of reasons why people see it that way.
What I can't understand is why EVERYONE seems to see it that way.
edit on 19-7-2015 by Profusion because: (no reason given)