posted on Dec, 16 2011 @ 04:23 PM
Originally posted by Unknown Soldier
Hmm i can understand your disgust as well as i share the same disgust for my own fellow "sheeple" countrymen here in the USSA. But that is a callous
thing to say . There are plenty of good people who are agains this tyranny. They will fight and die right along side me if and when the day comes.
The same could be said for holding the iranian people accountable for it's corrupt government. The people demonstrated against the Iranin gov as
well as the people in the USA and all around te world. We are all in the same boat. You are falling in to the "us vs them" thinking that the PTB have
indoctorinated upon the world. The tyranny is happening every where it is just that the spot light is on the USA because we are suppose to set an
That has been taken from us, our electoral system is fixed! Hence we do not have the power to choose our leaders. They are picked for us by the elite.
It will take a revolution of blood to change that. And it is headed that way. And i would hope that other people of this would support us in the
uprising. It may not happen tomorrow or next week but it will.
Notice that I was describing my understanding of the world's view through my own interactions with multiple nationalities. I wasn't describing
disgust and even at that, disgust is too strong a word. It's more of an exhaustion from the lies.
Don't worry. Personally, I differentiate between the people and their government. That doesn't mean the world will. The world and it's typical people
deal in generalities. Otherwise, precepts such as racism and stereotypes would not exist. In my experience, much of the world disdains America's
foreign policy. It furthermore disdains the pride in which a minority of its people have for its destruction. Is my country less corrupt? Perhaps not.
Would my country engage in illegal and unjust wars were it to have the military capacity? Who knows?
For whatever reasons, the international consensus (limited to my own interactions) on the U.S.A. and Israel is that they're corrupt, war-mongering
This is why I suspect they'll be less sympathetic should either of these countries collapse. Yes, it's callous. Yes, it's unfair to judge the American
people for their governments actions.
Take this as objective fact. Don't necessarily misconstrue it as my personal feelings on the matter. The international consensus stands.
Besides, you forgot to include this part of my post...
Originally posted by rexusdiablos
That being said, I genuinely hope Ron Paul will succeed, redeem the U.S.A. and protect her people.
edit on 16/12/2011 by rexusdiablos because: (no reason given)