Posts tagged ‘countries’
The world chooses who gets the “damaged image” and who doesn’t.
For centuries the west committed atrocities and continued wars across Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas, murdering thousands of innocents and got out without a drop of responsibility and “damage to their image.”
But when a crazy man flies into a building (keep in mind for his own political and radical agendas) he stigmatizes the whole religious faith. And when one man gets extradited and freed for an act committed as a result of a direct provocation, it creates an unbelievable upheaval in the political arena around the world. (more…)
The Occupy Movement, the Global Revolution.
What are we waiting for?
Some have said that, according to Mayan calendar, the 2012 is the year that the world will come to an end.
Although people have been claiming this occurrence for years, even centuries, the events throughout the world in the past years fairly validates this claim, as the escalating incidents around the world might justifiably resemble an apocalypse.
Although like the creatures of habit, people are used to interpret everything literally, I believe Mayans have meant much profound, perhaps much potent implication to this event describing a devastation.
As known to the Mayans, it is a law of nature that after devastations, there comes a renewal, regeneration and rebirth. (more…)
or Comb For a Beard
It is a miserable sight to those who read about this beautiful ancient country of Azerbaijan to be subjected to an appalling and uninvited sight in the cyber postings of the youth over Facebook and Twitter that rave about the arrested youth, fraudulent elections or biased national media.
Instead of focusing on important subjects, these so called cyber activists are forced to employ all there time to rant about ridiculous themes like freedom of assembly, freedom of speech, freedom of the press or freedom to practice one’s religion.
Let’s face it, who really needs these alleged fundamental rights? Will they provide food for the hungry or shelter for the poor? (more…)