posted on Mar, 20 2012 @ 09:03 AM
I admire greatly this effort, and the support it has recieved from both sides of the issue. I believe that it is important for people of all nations
to respect the land from which they come, and be prepared to defend it against genuine threat, in a responsible and surgical manner. But when war or
peace hang on nothing but an international phallus waving contest between two immensely powerful, but intellectually stunted adversaries, the love
that should be felt for any human being regardless of thier faith, colour or creed, must conquer over the horn of war. In the event that it does not,
the cancer of hatred will stand over the fallen cadaver of freedom and peace, a situation that is all to prevalent at the moment.
If only Britain, America, and Europe could see these things in such a light, then perhaps there would not be so much tension in the world, and more
resources could be poured into relieving the suffering of the sick and the needy on this planet, rather than billions of dollars being spent on better
ways to cause suffering, death, and destruction.
I can only hope that all human kind learns how to deflect and ignore the propegandism shoved down its throat, from the myriad sources through which
it reaches the ear. Perhaps when we learn as a species to ignore the group mind, we will prosper together as one? Perhaps ignoring the group mind is a
bad idea, perhaps better to reduce the power it holds over reason. Which ever is best, I certainly hope that we can progress past this tribalism, this
unhelpful confrontational period in the life of the human race, and have some love and peace in its place.
I hope for it, but yet I fear that the horrors of war will yet be visited upon the innocent. With campaigns like this though, perhaps there is hope
for all of us, all of us psychotic apes with delusions of importance!