You are not here merely to make a living
By Emma Palova
Lowell, MI- How appropriate theme. I just had this conversation with my son Jake. It’s time to do something about the violent situation and fear we are all living in. That means to do something peacefully like Mahatma Gandhi, Vaclav Havel, Mother Teresa or Gorbachev.
Violence breads more violence. Going to war or buying weapons is not the answer. Increased consumerism is not the answer.
The following paragraph is from an interview with Marilyn Manson used by Michael Moore in the film Bowling for Columbine.
“Because then you’re watching television, you’re watching the news, you’re being pumped full of fear, there’s floods, there’s AIDS, there’s murder, cut to commercial buy the Acura, buy the Colgate, if you have bad breath, they’re not going to talk to you if you have pimples, and it’s just this campaign of fear and consumption and that’s what I think it’s all based on, the whole idea of keep everyone afraid, and they will consume.”
Within two minutes apart we’re watching how Xarelto is good for you and then how you should join the lawsuit against Xarelto that can even cause death. Really? A drug approved by the FDA can even cause death.
Since the Paris attacks we see Opdiva advertised on the NYC buildings.
We’re living worse than animals. They wouldn’t put up with this.
A strong leader has to emerge amongst us and do something about all the mess in the world.
I know it probably should be each one of us. And collectively, we should start dialogues to spread the message. Let’s start in coffee shops and by writing about this.
I lived through the Velvet Revolution in 1989 in former Czechoslovakia. i participated in the demonstrations on the plazas and squares. I rang my keys and lit candles into the night. It did make a difference.
It’s our moral responsibility to take action, otherwise we’re a part of the problem.
To hear JB’s response to Trump’s speech against the Muslims is unacceptable to humanity. Trump shouldn’t have said it, and JB should have kept silent because he gave us the answer.
“We cannot offend our Saudi allies,” he said.
So here we go again. Big money and friends.
First of all I did not know that Saudi was our ally. I just know that they have oil that we want, And second, you always offend someone out there by any action you take.
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