1 The war on terrorism is over? — Perhaps, anybody who says this clearly wants the terror to continue, as it has been doing, as it is still
doing—the terror, in people’s hearts are felt by many in the street, who fear each day—yes, that very terror that has been placed in people
since 9-11 is higher than ever before. Terror, is here, and it is not going away, until someone comes along to hasten it, down like a wind, which is
spreading around in a most vulgar way. Terror is that which makes people scared to do what they need to do, and it is clear that people are not
focusing or concentrating on what they are supposed to do—as they have done. A world that is indeed in the midst of fearing—because rights have
been taken away, and just exactly what is that right?
2 The terror that has somehow been placed in the human psyche, is in the uncertainty of individuals who have somehow been led astray—and we have
been led astray by a corrupt system whereby we are slowly being terrorized, in our homes, in the work place by a force that has made us feel as if we
are unprotected. Therefore, we feel vulnerable and prone to being attacked by a force whereby beforehand we found it easier to go on. The feeling of
being lost in a “concrete jungle” is increasing—way too much information on our hands to sift through, and it is natural that the human psyche
can only take too much—information overloaded is what it has come to—were we happier before? Yes, we were, or are we better off now? Do we feel
better about the week or worse? And do we think about it more?
3 So basically, terrorism is more alive now than what it has ever been before—basically, you don’t need an attack from the East—they have done
the duty and was it all meant? Perhaps, the punishment we have felt in the West, had everlasting repercussions—in other words, 9/11, was a reminder
that a “holy war” a jihad that now most people feel every day, and it is our duty to try and remind ourselves, perhaps, that the terror we somehow
feel is one which has made us part and parcel of that very society we have built up—one based on power, corruption and the biggest lies we have
ever told are happening right now—pretending we feel OK and fine, when we are not.
4 The war on terror is one, which is in the workplace—perhaps, in the form of bullying—only one “insignificant” individual, who will, at the
worst of times, make the day much worse, or the week, in which we think we are weak enough—not to fight back at the arrows, which hurt our spirits.
Perhaps, the terrorists, are already in our neighborhoods—they don’t need a bomb or a machine gun to slaughter the very meaning of what our lives
were meant to be? Perhaps, the networks of terrorists remind us that we terrorize our own system, which, as you can see is not exactly working as it
5 Maybe, the current system is making us feel as if we are prone to eventually collapse?
As you are able to see we become busier with our lives—making us forget about the pain we are in—and we terrorize ourselves—do what you are
supposed to do? And if you do not—then we eventually hurt others, because we feel this guilt that we have not done our best. And, society has taught
us that we have to do our best---and if we fail then we are the sorest losers, who then take it out on someone else. Perhaps, we struggle to survive
in a system whereby we don’t see ourselves fit enough to ever win a race, which leaves us downright exhausted and tired.
6 Terrorism, in the West is one, which gives us the opportunity to make the capitalist as the one, who makes the most money-and in doing so, you
grab the gold medal from your brother, who is supposed to be your fellow human being? Perhaps, we are the one’s who have terrorized him or
her—and in so doing, then he or she is next time afraid to even think about going after the opportunity which he or she knows is the right thing for
him or her. Once again—survival of the fittest, whereby we exercise our own opinion, one, win which cuts down the view of another, who will only
loose his or her own self esteem.
7 Terrorists are we who have made the capitalist the prime figure of the world—and was it not reminded that money was the root of all evil?
Clearly, then we have made the United States—a terrorized nation, which is currently feeling the fear of what it has made itself out to be—a land
which now gains no opportunity, because of the terrorists in our own society, which live among us—making us feel that we need to get the better of
the other, who now feels fear every day of his or her life—one, which now gets worse-and in the process, he or she feels that they must fight for
the right in his or her own life, and because of that he or she becomes a terrorist to others.
8 Terrorists remind us that perhaps, we, in the West, fight among ourselves, in the work-place, in the home, one, in which is not a place of
agreement—disagreement, within the family, a unit which is now divided, by its own greed—fight with mother, fight with father—for your opinion
is better—your way is the Right way—and in the process make the other family member, feel the wrath—so the terror has already begun. Society is
in the state of feat—because our own terrorists are here planting the seeds of discord, and quiet clearly we are at war with our own selves, and we,
perhaps, are not seeing why the holy warriors of their God see us as imbeciles—we, who are creating our own terror, in a world, which needs to
change—perhaps, we need to see that the terrorists are already here in our own corrupt system—---
9 So,9-11 then is merely a reminder that it is we who brought down our own selves, in the twin towers, which have been knocked down by our own
terrorists, who already live among us—the East only gave us that emergency call to see that we are the fear-mongers, who currently are fighting
amidst the confusion and the terror, which is growing because we have made it that way, because we have created our own system of chaos and confusion,
which we feel, and one, in which we have started—and we have ourselves to blame, one, in which we are, perhaps, unable to see—it is we who murder
our own kind, it is we who lash out, it is we who, perhaps, shed the blood of our own kind, who are often inhumane—criticize, not praise your own
brother—time and time again—leave his soul dry, deserted and in his own wilderness—and then he feels the terror—at 9, in the morning, until 11
in the evening—yes, a whole day of terror, here, in the West—9/11 will continue—and will not ever go away until we see for ourselves what we
will ultimately have to do.
Something to think about anyway! all the best!
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