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in response to reader comment: Kurdistan Not Possible Under Current World Circumstances

Submitted by Charlotte (United States), Sep 24, 2014 at 07:06

M. Tovey thank you for responding your words are beautiful and for the most part I agree with you.

But in my humble opinion I think we know well What, when, how and why the problems exist. Sometimes US had to go in to help those without a voice and for that I can say Thank you to the US. However for the most part we walked in for self gain, not caring how it would affect the long run. Such would be Viet Nam, or Iraq, amongst others. Intelligence knew what they were doing with no care. That is hard to fix because it begets KARMA. And sometimes that is harder to fix.

While your words are beautiful and intelligent, They can map out how it all spiraled down, they can map out how it got worse from generation to generation. But they cannot map out the greed and the carelessness of humanity in their path because they do not want to see it. They want a Dummy down America so as you can see nobody is standing up as they did in days gone by… where are the JFK's & MLK's of today? Where are the people to say STOP!!!! They do not exist. :(

So fixing it is much harder :(

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