Wednesday, September 19, 2007
Just Wondering What Happened
I have not surfed the web the last few days which is really unusual. I have thought, maybe, I'm just losing it and no longer interested in all that cyber gimmick and warfare, apparently a commonplace thing. Without a doubt, cyberology is therapeutic and most surfers have relieved their pains by engaging in all aspects of discourse and other ways and means of seeking help.
My own case is a bundle of tasks. Real Estate has fallen dramatically and homeowners are now on the edge with many living on a shoe string. A record foreclosure in the nation's history has determined it's not rosy at all, and that the war in Iraq has preoccupied the minds of decision makers in D.C.'s Capitol Hill and the White House. But think of it, though, a war president who doesn't give a damn about the plight of his own people means there is something fishing; probably good or bad. After all, Ronald Reagan did it during the Cold War era sacrificing American economy to dismantling the Soviet Bloc. Am I making sense here?
Nevertheless, war is not the answer but somehow it takes care of many problems just like The Red Storm on the Reich and American's victory in World War ll stopped Adolf Hitler from wiping out the Jews, the Gypsis and other ethnic minorities from the face of this planet. After World War ll, the whole world thought it would not happen again. Of course, it happened again, and this time around, on the shores of the African continent. When Yakubu Gowon's-led Genocidal campaign and Obafemi Awolowo's orchestrated Economic Blockade nearly wiped out the Igbo nation from the face of this planet, the entire world thought it was the last straw. It happened again. In Rwanda. In Sudan. In Sierra Leone and Liberia.
The bottomline: War is an enterprise.