posted on Nov, 30 2008 @ 02:19 PM
I've lost all steam on this issue for awhile.
People are being kidnapped and butchered.
We have so many 'missing' here in the US--how many of our own are being dragged through this kind of organization-or even shipped overseas-to
participate unwillingly in a horrible media format, that we can't even fathom-let alone talk about, and certainly won't view--
The very criminality of the crime of the subject: makes identification and rescue: Impossible to ever be able to identify the Lost.
I wonder how much of thier continued slavery or brief demise is based on the publics need to be hush hush on the topic. The very media
silence--creates, and thus supports, a continued atmosphere which makes this whole thing a continuing issue for them, and for us. These people
are on the losing end. When will it end? Will it ever end.
Not long ago, canada and others busted a large group of people who apparently trafficked in people-world wide. It was a great win for everyone, but
the media phrasing was geared to smooth over the issue from the public concience's, in a manner which indicated that the victims agreed to the terms
of their indenture for various benifits. I find it hard to believe this. Maybe I am comparing apples to oarnges.
The necessary motivation to take up the flag of war against trafficking, kidnapping, and all the unmentionables that go along with it-is disclosure.
To maintain perceptions and avoid the famed coined "public panic" (ie: public concern), disclosure is lost, rephrased, or completely reorganized to
decribe the truth. That is my belief. Has the public ever panicked? No. But, I see it as a circular fallacy. One side saying withholding disclosure is
because the public definately will-without any examples at all whatsoever to use in arguement, and then withholding those truths based upon that
essential unknown that doesn't exist.
And I find that all--so confusing.
So I leave that here, until such time as I can speak to the issue without speaking to the issue, in a manner that is rated for all audiences by all
stretches of the word.
Which might just be impossible.
I just hope that someday, the government squashes this human tragedy, this crime against humanity, in a very big way, in every sense and all meanings
of the term.
Because....it would be nice to know~that the above doesn't really happen to the common and innocent person. Whether we know it or not--that
isn't how it works.