posted on Oct, 23 2003 @ 12:03 AM
listen to your selves, seriously! i quite frankly cannot believe some of the shyte i've read on this forum! but before i go on, i'd like to applaud
all those who have stood up for whatever humanity our global society seems to have left.
before i say anything else, i'll say now that none of my close loved ones have come to fall at the hands of these terrorists and for that i am
grateful. therefore i can never know what one who has must be feeling. all i can do is give my warmest condolences. in this, i'd very much like to
believe that if i did come to such a loss, i would not turnface on everything i currently believe in. simply put: love.
but if you want to play the whole swapping of shoes game, try taking yours off for a change and stepping into their own. but wait! some of them don't
even have freak'n shoes! what i mean is, take a small chunk of 9/11, that one day, and spread it over an entire life time. catch my drift? you'd be
pretty upset/pissed off aswell. but before we go on with stabbing back at something that we believe is not our fault, i suggest you first look back to
the beginning. ask yourselves why they're so freak'n pissed off at your country? (in most cases the government: supposed voice of the people) there
has to be a reason, it makes no sense why they'd be attacking us if we did not do anything to them. think about it.
i didn't want to end up quoting this, but you've all heard it before: "an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind" -mahatma gandhi
you want war? you want blood? in the end, the only thing you will get from this is the end of our entire species as we know it.
and one last thing, you're talking about revenge right? well just consider that we're all standing on land that did not even belong to us.
well that's my rant. i will continue to speak for the rights of both sides. we're all equals here, all one, yet we're tearing each other apart.
when will it stop? when people start realising that it's all not worth it, that's when.
peace does not equal war, and war does not equal peace, it equals more war.
although i do not agree with the majority of comments on this thread, i do respect and hold your right to express them. or rather, how voltaire put
it: "I may disagree with what you have to say, but I shall defend to the death your right to say it."