A Brainwashed Nation

Irishone21

Registered Member
#1
The working solution is clear, but some people avoid it, because they value money, which in effect corrupts them.

Laws should be simplified, so that everyone has ability to comprehend them, and people become closer together, as they will be more equal. Complex law is an ignored vice in American society, just as security is, except security has a disorganized resistance, but become of inability to control the net, it has yet to organize a successful Revolution.

I respect the American Government, but they are due for change.

Force against force is only justifiable as last resort, when the life of the innocent is at stake. When those not engaged in war are subject to attack that creates a state of war automatically... those not involved in the war shall be left untouched, for harming the innocent, regardless of situation, is unjust and must be regulated. However, we are not doing what it takes in order to prepare the Iraqis to defend our own country.

What we should be doing, is communicating with Muqtada Al Sadr or anyone in the Islam culture, in a cival matter, so we can work out an agreement, in which someone from that region publicly speaks out against the war. We would have to establish trust before this was possible, and that, is what we have been avoiding and neglecting. Building trust with any one in the Middle Easter region should be our main goal, and we should not jeopardize this trust by taking complete control, or conquering them without considering their needs… any prudent conqueror will keep the inhabitants on his side by preserving their nation and property, which requires the conquerer to provide money for rebuilding endeavors, in consideration for some of the violence and destuction we fostered and subjected Iraqis to…

What reason would there be to live in dissent if the government was tending to your needs? Wouldn't a close relationship with those who are created for your benefit be better than being completely alien to the government? If a government becomes foreign to the society then the people have the right to resist authority by speaking out against it, or refusing to pay taxes, for if there is no trust between the government and the people, what reason do the people have to support it? The government is dubious and secretive, regardless of what people claim… the true intentions of the government are guised and diverted as a result of propaganda and shallow information that the media portrays to be the real news. Much governmental action is done on the other side of the machine... Control of technology is the biggest advantage of the American government... abusing this advantage is the biggest danger to the world, with the exception of provoked retalitation attempts of foreign forces, such as Al-Queda.