WHOSE REALITY?


         Today, more than ever, we are being bombarded with state and media spin which tends to trap us in a world of unreality, making each country insular and suspicious of all others. The state, to control its population, must always try to get them to think as one, as a group, subservient to the state and a belief that our state is of course the best, it will do its utmost to prevent us from developing into knowledgeable free thinking individuals. If we grasp that this unreality is being pumped out by all, or most states around the world we begin to see the unreality of the barriers that this creates. There is no real difference between the ordinary working people in one country from those in another, there are cultural differences and differences in material wealth. People around the world fall in love, struggle to bring up their off-spring, chat with neighbours, disagree with each other at times, grow old. Across the globe ordinary people try to reach their full potential, usually struggling against an unfair and unjust system. We have to break out of the cages created by this unreality, we have to seek the knowledge that will lead as back to our world of reality where all people have a right to a decent life and co-operation is the the only route. Why should I look with suspicion at a family in another land, struggling to create a decent life? Why should anybody think that somehow they are entitled to live at a level of material wealth that is dependent on another family living in poverty? Perhaps addressing these questions might lead us out of the spin created world of unreality.

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER, — LET’SARM OURSELVES.

 

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THERE ARE NO INNOCENT BYSTANDERS.


 

      Let’s all try to understand one thing, there can be no innocent bystanders in the West as Western Imperialism plunders the planet. The relative luxury we enjoy in the West is fed by bullying, threatening, invading and sucking the life blood from the poorer countries of this world, we in the West live off that blood. The people from the “Third World” (there is only one world) have no moral obligation, nor should we expect them, to sit down and quietly watch their families slowly die from hunger and preventable diseases, so that we can maintain our lifestyle while dropping a few coins in their charity boxes.

       Are they supposed to to slowly and painfully die while waiting for the opposition in the West to sort things out? Are their children’s lives worth less than ours? If there is a moral obligation it is with the people of the West to actively dismantle the brutality, the greed, the suicidal-homicidal culture that is Western Imperialism, a system designed to fatten parasites with a spin-off that feeds the West, a system that has taken the destruction of the the planet close to, or perhaps beyond, the point of no return,

       As of yet there is no real movement in the West against this brutal crime, there are a few opposition groups scattered around fighting an unequal battle, but nothing of a mass movement that can take on the might of this destructive beast, Western Imperialism, time is running out. If the ordinary people of the West fail to take this action while the vast majority of the people of this world live in abject poverty, then we are all guilty of this brutal and callous crime and must expect the hatred and the wrath of those dying people and their relatives for generations to come. We in this little corner of the globe have no, legal, moral or some God given right to fed off the rest of the world.

       You cannot be an innocent bystander, you cannot look the other way, you cannot plead ignorance, you are implicated, you are complicit in their deaths. The onus is on us all, we in the West have the power to stop the slaughter, to end this corrupt, brutal destructive system, all we require is the will. Today more than ever nobody has the right to be silent, nobody can sit on the fence, nobody can be a bystander, it is one world, one people.

ann arky’s home.