posted on Sep, 28 2007 @ 05:31 PM
reply to post by dntwastetime
Thanks for the link. It's amazing how much real news is breezed over by our media. I am becoming more reliant on the internet and bloggers for the
real news of the day. And real discussion and not just well fomulated talking points that have no real point.Check out Harry Neilson circa 1975? The
Point - it has an age old point. Fun mental gymanstics and great songs- the lighter side of philosophy.
Back on point
There have been serious cracks in our social foundations. Human rights has become enslaved instead of freed in the last few decades around the world.
It seemed we were finally making progress globally in the '90's and sudddenly terrorism hits an all time high. ( I do remember the '70's well ) .
Why can we never be with out a foe? We should have struck hard & fast at the camps in afghanistan and left it at that. Put a bounty on the leaders
heads and waited for the capture, then feeding them to those they have oppressed - the women in their country, the other religion- let them handle
their downfall. Then their 'martyrdom is minimalized" - we should have slapped the little sh*ts and moved on. I am not minimalizing the loss of
9/11, but really it was a sucker punch- not the dead blow. But it has spiraled into a slow cancereous demise of our country as we knew it. And soon if
we're smart WE will be doing exactly what the Buddhist monks and students and citizens are doing right now. Not jus tfor ourselves- we have an added
responsiblity- WEe have the most powerful military toys available to man. And for our 'children' (have none) will be in debt to their asses until
they die too- we may have sold their futures to China ( human commodity)
So write the UN, don't waste your time on our 'leaders' they're useless in all matters of state. if they get involved the old Murphy's Law will
kick in- "if anything can go wrong, it will". WE must speak at a higher- more reputatable then our current gov't(it's all relative Now- who to
trust & not trust- I'm going with the UN- sorry detractors.
These separate battles for freedom and equality are difficult to win becaue they are easy to ignore- Let's put the UN to task and put their money
where their ideological conception began- a voice for mankind in the sea of Governmental doctrines.