posted on Mar, 15 2008 @ 08:51 PM
reply to post by cryingindian
Okay, have you actually considered how people might respond, or are you just too brain-dead to realise that people might have opinions that are
actually quite rational and they don't really feel like explaining those opinions as if they were giving a lecture in front of an audience of
Now, granted - there may be some ATS members who have the intellectual maturity of a schoolchild, but just because it's so doesn't mean the rest of
us need explain precisely why we feel the way we do over certain subjects.
So, in answer to your question;
The world is always in trouble, not just America.
I'm not entirely aware of anyone controlling the world other than we mere humans - so if i need be dissatisfied over the way things are then
technically i should be expressing that dissatisfaction towards my neighbours, my friends, my relatives.
Hell, maybe i should go get a placard with the words "The world needs help!" written on it and parade up and down main-street shouting and swearing
Ultimately i feel this is the problem - people are always localised with their focus; it's always "China's pollution problem" or "America's
Economic crisis", when in reality these are the problems of every single person
In a single sentence to sum it up for the people who keep missing the point;
While the World is in peril, every single man, woman and child on this Earth is in danger.