posted on Nov, 6 2010 @ 03:06 PM
Well I mean, if any body deiced to do something, what options do we have? And I don't ask this as a 'well it's so hard so why don't we just ignore
it' I mean it as a honest inquiry.
If someone, or some nation decides to intervene, and bring justice in a most swift and final manner, the UN and many many people will cry foul, and
say they we're unjustified. You will have anti-war protesters who have their head so firmly shoved in the sand that they cease hearing the cries of
the people of earth. War is not preferable, but it is, despite all rhetoric to the contrary, some times justified.
These people can't or won't fight back, either because of lack of resources to do so, or generations of ingrained fear. But some can.
Then again, violence begets violence.
So then what if we give a route of escape, easier ways to get to our nations of safety? Then their troubles follow them. We see it so readily. Drug
wars spilling over into the states. Racial gangs running amok in first world countries despite the efforts of our law enforcement agencies.
We can throw the doors open and even supply a never ending supply of boats. Until what? Until we drain the country of all inhabitants and move them
all to a different area? Again, not preferable, we do nothing to stop the anger, the rage, the fear. It follows.
And if we do move them, or even just those that we perceive as victims, then those left behind will cry foul. There will be people, once again, who
believe them. They may demand restitution for draining so much of their valuable citizens. Then we'll be in a unenviable situation of giving money to
Honestly, I wasn't sure I had a point. I wasn't sure I was doing anymore then heaping depression. But now I see a theme. You can't please everyone.
But that shouldn't stop you from doing what you feel is right. So then the real question is, what can we do on a personal level to affect this?