Monday, May 2, 2011

People I

"ooh the people I've met, Are the wonders of my world"

“We sometimes encounter people, even perfect strangers, who begin to interest us at first sight, somehow suddenly, all at once, before a word has been spoken.” Fydor Dostoevsky

''..appreciating all that is real and wonderful in the world, starting with the people. People are very diverse so connections we make with the people we meet, and human interactions in general are intriguing. You can feel at home in a place simply by remembering all the people you've made connections with there''

We never keep in mind the relationships we have with people, the importance of those relationships, people whom we've known our whole lives and those who we meet only for a short while. We underestimate the importance of those around us. The laughs and arguments we have with people, the experiences that build up our character through out our lives, and enrich it. Perhaps it is an unspoken gratitude, being grateful to others for just being themselves. But you should at least think about it sometimes.

Mercy be coup.

A man was killed.

Today Osama Bin Laden died. He was killed by Americans. Sweet revenge and retribution on the man who single handedly flew two planes into the twin towers, YAY no more terrorism. Americans: the most gullible flock of sheep.

I don't believe that Bin Laden ever bombed the Trade centers but that it was an act by the American government against their won people for whatever reasons, a possible one being to create animosity and hostility towards Muslim people and nations so that if the time came for them to start a war with an Islamic country under the pretext of it being a war against terror but it actually being a war to control oil trade then it would be acceptable by Americans, who would blindly support it.

I don't know Osama, wether he is immoral, unethical, violent, ruthless or the complete opposite. I do believe that he took the hit and that he was framed for most of the things that he was accused of. His death is no occasion for celebration. His death will not bring back the lives that were lost on that day. His death will not have any major effects on terrorism. His death was simply a point of the White house finishing off their lie. His death does not prove any point, it somehow puts Americans in a bad light. It has been a decade, move on already.