reply to post by VitaminQ
Alright, let me tell you a few points, regardless of whether you're accusations are right or wrong, which for the most part i actually believe they
are right, though aimed to the wrong group, but anyways, the following has nothing to do with supporting or debunking your claims, its deeper than
1)Don't you ever dare say that one man can't change the course of an entire nation, if you think of yourself as a failure then that's your problem,
you gave in, you gave up, you lost hope, you have been twisted so severely that you actually think nothing can be done. The second you start second
guessing your ability to do something, anything about the problem, you immediately failed. If you think there's even such a thing as destiny and that
you can't control the path you walk on, then that's just leading to the false life style of victimization.
2) Worst yet, don't you even dare call other people failures, people you don't even know, you've been boasting in response to other people's
comments about how they don't try to prove your claim wrong, when you yourself bring no proof of how you seem to know everyone individually, what
their lives have been, the hardships they've encountered and surpassed, the dreams they have and how they strive forward to reach them, the hard
work, blood, sweat and tears of our determination. You're nobody to be acting as if you have the right or the confidence to accurately define
millions whom you don't even know anything about their lives or who they are.
3)Last one...the people are the nation, the nation is the people, the United States is the people, not the government, but the people, when people in
other countries speak of how they resent U.S actions on their homeland, they need to understand, as well as you specially, that the ones who made
those decision are the government, not us. A few dozens sometimes a few hundreds, making claims and agreeing in foreign policies that don't represent
the other 360 million people that live in this nation. So if you want to pick a fight, don't pick it up with the people, but with our government
officials directly, and if you think that the americans that are ignorant to the truth deserve to be branded responsible for their ignorance, then
you're mistaken. How can you possibly judge a person for the fact that he/she has lived the majority of his/her life inside a cave, and when that
individual came out and found an entire new world he had never seen before his eyes, started to get angry, cry, smile, laugh, get depressed and
excited all at the same time. You can't blame people who were raised in a cave, where everything they trust, mainstream media is one example, made
sure they stayed in that cave.