posted on Nov, 5 2008 @ 06:35 AM
The UK really does commend the American people for their choice in accepting Barack Obama as the next president of the United States of America.
It signals a welcome respite from the fear-mongering (except from the loser's supporters) that has plagued the world over throughout the last eight
terrible neo-republican years. It's a rejection of a deeply ingrained mindset that promotes division, self-interest greed, and community
indifference. Socialism comes in many politicized guises, and if one cannot perceive how socialism is the bedrock of all nations, free or otherwise,
then one truly is a enemy of the world.
Yes. America accepted a more socialistic route out of the quagmire that Bush & Co. plunged not only America, but the rest-of-the-world into, but what
sort of socialistic route will it turn out to be? Certainly nothing formerly soviet-style, nor will it resemble anything of Mao's philosophy.
Neither Lenin, Marx, or Mao invented socialism, but warped and twisted it for their own ends. Socialism, as the mechanism that safeguards the
longevity of the reasons for community, for the birthing of nations, appeared out of the social instinct of early man. True socialism brings together
freedom-loving individuals into a community of co-operation and equal endeavour for the good of the whole community. It is not a political process,
but a natural instinct finding its greatest expression within the experience of one's own family. The tribe, state, and nation are simply wider
expressions of that family experience.
Yet, there remain those who do not want to share in that experience. They want to build for their own family, even while the one next door suffers as
a consequence. They are selfish and indifferent because they pander not to the good of the tribe, the state, or nation, but to self and their own
limited experience and perceivings. However...it has been rejected by all right-thinking people throughout history, yet never denying to the ego of
selfishness their right to pursue their lives in a manner that they believe is right for them.
Truly, if man is to succeed in creating a future based upon principles of equality, fairness, and equal endeavour, then he cannot but accept socialism
as the environment by which he will achieve it. Yesterday, the American people unequivocally responded with a positive 'yea!' towards that goal.
They soundly rejected divisive policies, self-interested greed, and indifferent mindsets, for a more faithful echo of the socialism enshrined within
their founding document...the Constitution.
Once again, the world can look toward America and know that the nation shares in the same hopes and dreams as they. Well done, America. Welcome back,