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Thursday, September 10, 2009

WELL Well well...

We are going to take a brief hiatus from the scheduled topics of discussion. If you have not noticed yet, this site is EXTREMELY informal and off schedule. This is due to the fact that yours truly is a 21 year old male with the attention span of an ocelot. So with out further ado...
THE HATE OF LIBERTY by Joshua Freedom
Well it is upon us again; September 11. A day to remember all of those innocent men women and children lost in gruesome terrorist attacks. Anyone expecting to find something here about certain "conspiracy theories" you can breathe a side of relief because at this point I do not believe that the U.S. government played a role in the 9/11/2oo1 terrorist attacks. But do not worry, I will still probably make somebody angry today. The truth has a way of doing that type of thing, you know. Here is a quote from Boy George's speech to congress following the attacks where he spins the truth right round like a record baby and tells the "terrrists" to watch out he I come.... Americans are asking, why do they hate us? They hate what they see right here in this chamber -- a democratically elected government. Their leaders are self-appointed. They hate our freedoms -- our freedom of religion, our freedom of speech, our freedom to vote and assemble and disagree with each other. They want to overthrow existing governments in many Muslim countries, such as Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Jordan. They want to drive Israel out of the Middle East. They want to drive Christians and Jews out of vast regions of Asia and Africa. These terrorists kill not merely to end lives, but to disrupt and end a way of life. With every atrocity, they hope that America grows fearful, retreating from the world and forsaking our friends. They stand against us, because we stand in their way. WRONG WRONG WRONG!!! These attacks were provocted by the U.S. foregin policy! How dare you, Georgy Boy, blame freedom for the attacks! And it is not just the former U.S. president that has stated this message. I belive Obama, Biden, and Pelosi would agree with the president on this, as well as many congressmen. This makes it and non-party issue (YAY! Bipartisianship!) I want to make it clear right here before wee continue that the fact that the attack is in response of U.S. foreign policy DOES NOT condone the attack. I will rarely condone violence for the simple fact that people are hurt in the process, and that we all see how the govenment responds. You can be sure that shock and awe, bunker busters, and laser guided something or other will be knocking on your door. For everyone who thinks that Americans "freedom" (or partial slavery as I call it) is the reason for the attacks, listen up. Here are some facts before you call for my head on a platter and my body to be deported. The U.S. began to play a major role in the area known as the Middle Easy after World War II. Aside from assisting in the creation of an Isreali homeland, the U.S. had a vested interest in the middle east in an attempt to stop communism from spreading out of the USSR. The U.S. armed many radical groups in the middle east in order to fight back againtst communism. Oil also played a major role in the U.S. involvment. This lead to soldiers bearing the stars and stripes in the Gulf War, in which the U.S. was fighting many factions that it had itself armed during the "stop communism at any cost" era. I am cetainly glad the constitution still matters. All of this ultimately lead to U.S. support of certain political factions in the east, and the attempted distrucion of others. How would you feel living here in the U.S. if another country had its hand on everything political and most of our economy? Cries of world governemnt would be heard and some people would fight back with extreme violence. I personally think that George Bush and some of our elected representatives are a little smarter than given credit for, but even if they were not, a quick and honest look into the U.S. foreign policy in the middle east could easily explain why the country was attacked.
"...they [terrorists] hope that America grows fearful, retreating from the world and forsaking our friends. They stand against us, because we stand in their way. " DO NOT INCLUDE ME IN WE! Yea, YOU stand in their way, Mr. Bush and anyone who promotes the countries foreign policy; not me, not my friends, and certainly not the poor men women and children who died on September 11, 2001. I want to live FREE and I want everyone to have the ability to live free. Stop dictating the way that others live in other countries. Get your noses out of foreign affairs. Get out of MY LIFE and the lives of others. Please, I beg you. I have had enough.
Coming later tonight or tomorrow PT.2, Who hates freedom more? Thanks for reading, I know that was a long one. Have a good night and be sure to leave me some feedback! And thanks to all my freinds on facebook, you guys ROCK! If your not my friend yet, just look for Joshua Freedom!


Harry L. Hughes III said...

You're absolutely right about US foreign policy. The US sells weapons to Israel. Isreal uses them to kill Arabs and Palestinians. Soon Arabs want to kill Americans. That's not too hard to understand.

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