A mother and her son . America and the world
**I was watching the TV the other year and I saw Iraq begging America not to come into their country saying "We don't have any weapons of mass destruction". But America just replied "We don't trust you, we are coming in whether you like it or not. Your country will survive, and it will be better off in the end". Iraq then realized, that they either make some weapons of mass destruction quickly so that they might hand them over, or tell the truth and show that they don't have any weapons mass destruction. Either way America was still going to come into their country to make sure that they have no weapons of mass destruction and still going to refuse them their right to live as THEY decide. With the way that America was treating them, they feel that they should attack America, or create some attention towards their feelings. With America's unrelenting ignorance towards the rest of the world, attacks have been waged against America's commercial world, and the societies that support that lifestyle (9/11 [we Australians, wisely put it in the order of 11/9, although America have enforced upon us their ways through calling it "9/11". Damn their oily hides!] and the "Bali Bombings"). When such events occur, the reaction from America is dramatic, the hit down upon the opposing country with full force, enough to corrupt and international disgrace. Even though it is America's fault for interfering with the accused country.
Do you see any similarities between the two paragraphs?
Make up your own mind on what you think... but actually think about it, do not just conform to America's thought patterns and America's sheepish ways.
* None of the events mentioned in this paragraph actually occurred, but if they did it is merely coincidentally.
** No quotations are actual "quotes" in this paragraph.