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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

How Far Have We NOT Come?

I was incensed when I read this story this morning.


Shoshana and I both live in Ohio and have similarities in backgrounds. Just the father I look like doesn’t frighten the childlike minds of the paranoid.

I don’t say that to insult children, most of whom are smarter than the prejudiced fools who base “suspicious behavior" on how a person looks. Idiot adults have to teach children to be stupid.

We have to beware of the terrorists from outside out country and just as aware of the small-minded terrorism inside our country that will point out someone based on appearance while they don’t even see someone who looks like them actually acting suspicious on the other side of where they are sitting and pointing. In many ways the terrorists who attacked us ten years ago have won as long as their accomplices in this country point their paranoid little fingers without actually seeing anything, our way of life is disrupted and our freedoms have changed, many of them gone.

Please read Shoshana’s story and share it wherever you can.

1 comment:

seamhead gypsy said...

And that's what happens when you have amatuers doing the work of professional law enforcement officers. What I wonder is if the flight was shadowed by F-16's why the wait at the gate before being moved to an isolated location and why another half hour or more before police boarded the plane? Seems to me that everything should have been in place on the ground before the plane landed in Detroit.