Thursday, June 24, 2004

Fahrenheit 9/11

Last night I saw this article about Michael Moore's new movie Fahrenheit 9/11. Although I must say that I agree with it in some parts but most of it sounds very "American Imperialistic". Just look at the end if it where he concludes that if U.S. hadn't attacked Serbia or Afghanistan or Iraq people in those countries would be starving and dying! First of all why!? Why should people of a country suffer and not find enough supplies to feed? Isn't it just because of hard prohibitions of U.S. and a "UN under dominance of U.S."? Isn't it true that the effect of those kinds of prohibitions is just on the lower class of a country and from the main body of regime nobody gets hurt! Secondly, why would U.S. think that he would allow himself to attack a country whenever he feels he can! Just for a minute get out of your American personality and put yourself in the place of a third-world citizen. Why would he/she like U.S.? Probably there would be a lot of reasons, but again there would be a lot of reasons to hate America, too. Get real! This is a real world and everybody is trying to survive. This is an unfair war between U.S. and the rest of the world and both of the sides are using machiavellianistic ways to pursue their goals. Probably most of today's civilizations won't survive America's extortion, but "I have a dream", a dream of the world after all of this where countries respect other countries and no one feels he can force others just because he has the power to do so.

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