Originally posted by Graemej213
Hi, I will bite your bait...
Alright I have been reading these boards off and on for about 2 years now and never really bothered to make an account, just liked to read what
other people had to say and such.
Typical...stay out of the conflict until you feel like you have a valid enough point...don't join at the start to help ensure the conflict does not
gets out of hand.
But I have decided now that I have a good question for all these people on the forums that bash America
Bash? yes because America was so innocent - removing sovereign governments here and there by force for decades without worldwide UN approval - before
being "verbally attacked" in these forums, whilst ignoring genocide and horific human rights situations in countries equal in might or greater in
might than America - or where the country has no American interest, such as oil.
and say all these outlandish things like;
9/11 was an inside job
Bush is a reptile
and he is trying to take over the world.
I will give you a point here, outlandish they are. However 9/11 was not handled well from the investigative perspective. No proper civilian oversight
and many people were blocked from knowing the full facts.
Looking at Bush's use of military might and tactics one could well assume that the wheels were in motion not to take over the world, but to police
it. Similar but different. In effect, America says - hey you get to do what you want how you want, as long as you use our rule book.
My question to you folks is why if you dislike this country so much and think all these thought don't you why buy a plane ticket and get out of
here, because honestly we don't need people like you bringing this country down.
Having worked internationally with over 42 countries for the last 10 years i can tell you that this "type" statement is often typical of an American
who has no outside world experience.
I am not talking about holidays in Mexico or Canada either. I am still not sure whether these sorts of statements are arrogance or naive, as you have
assumed that these comments:
1. Are coming from people living in Amercia
2. Are from Americans
3. Are about America in general.
I read Bush, Reptile and take over the world...nothing about Americans, or America. I have a lot of US friends and generally speaking every nation has
wonderful people, once you get to know them and respect their culture...including Americans
Also when you post a topic about 9/11 being an inside job think about the thousands of people that died and their family members and friends, you
are insulting them by saying that and you should feel bad
If the police told me that my child, wife or sister was killed in a hit and run car accident and they had no clue to the person who did it other than
it was reported that a Male by African American appearance driving a gang banger style hummer was seen in the area at the same time versus that in
fact the person I loved was raped and murdered by a gang of white college school boys, I know which version I would want - THE TRUTH no matter how
hard it hurt.
Another thing also is you folks that think the government is ruining this country are very very mistaken it is in fact you that is ruining this
country by putting your unintelliegent ideas over the internet and having kids read this b/s.
Ironic that you misspell unintelligent...anyways I am no grammar cop.
Ideas of the people is what helped free America from UK rule and shape her constitution. I am sure so many Royals were touting exactly what you said
just as America declared independence.
Anyways I don't want to turn this into a bashing thread I would really like to hear an intelligent response to my question...WHY DO YOU HATE
I don't hate America, its a piece of land. I don't hate her people, they are a great group of multicultural groups that need more time to learn how
to work together.
My response has been intelligent and factual, I hope you find time to read it and understand that their is always a broader perspective.
Don't think in terms of another side of the point, as there may in fact be 3 or 4 or even 21 different perspectives on the same point, so is the
world we live in...