posted on Apr, 5 2017 @ 02:37 PM
a reply to: TinySickTears
Before Facebook tightened up it was crazy. It is still pretty boiling, but I could not actually scroll down for very long before without getting
really sad and anxious. It is the same with the Arabic profile I have. Most of the time my profile is down. I just go there for brief periods every
now and again. I don't post, just check out the vibe.
There is a gulf between us all that is soooo wide as we all know. We all have our grudge and our cross to bear I guess.
I can easily love anyone personally. I could marry a black girl or an Arabic girl and welcome their family. I am not as well received as I receive and
so that makes life pretty difficult.
Remember, you guys are in my little Charlotte's Web, too. I actually do interact with you guys full on though. I am best received here, but even here
it is mighty hard work and after all these years I still feel like an outsider.
There is a gulf! How we can fill it I don't know? At least Pepsi have made us all laugh at the cheesiness of their liberal psychosis of perception and
the utter delusional lunacy as if the producers had not been on planet earth for a very long time. Them Cardassians, they need to interact more with
I think it would take a fair few billion gallons of Pepsi to fill the Grand Canyon of paranoia between communities; misunderstandings, perceived
wrongdoings and injustices, histories, etc.
I don't like whitewashing and brushing under the carpet (Political Correctness does that). It is dangerous and makes stuff smoulder 'til the coals
glow hot and set fire to the whole show. Riots, social and civil unrest and terrorist incidents prove my point.
The whole point of DEMOCRACY is REPRESENTATION. People need a political voice in a political world. It is the challenge of the modern world.
edit on 5-4-2017 by Revolution9 because: (no reason given)