Tuesday, December 08, 2015


I wish to continue on writing, but my mind is being occupied by so much negative pieces of news that i am almost choked from wanting to do it anymore even if it meant giving up this whole process of 'self healing', 'self discovery' effort that has taken so much of my time for so long since it began. Very early this morning sometime at three or four, my son who was at the computer said to me, look at this dad and he showed me a clip where a man was being accosted for attacking with a knife and hurting some people in the subway in London. AS the bobbies brought him down I can hear someone repeating, "You are not a Muslim Bro.!"  Off course, CNN News claims that the man had said this was for Syria, and this whole episode was dubbed a terror act before the thing was even over.
"We are dealing with a criminal undertaking at a global level … and there is an ongoing war, it is led by the United States, it may be carried out by a number of proxy countries, which are obeying orders from Washington …The global war on terrorism is a US undertaking, which is fake, it’s based on fake premises. It tells us that somehow America and the Western world are going after a fictitious enemy, the Islamic state, when in fact the Islamic state is fully supported and financed by the Western military alliance and America’s allies in the Persian Gulf. …They say Muslims are terrorists, but it just so happens that terrorists are made in America. They’re not the product of Muslim society, and that should be abundantly clear to everyone on this floor. …The global war on terrorism is a fabrication, a big lie and a crime against humanity.” (source) (source) – Dr. Michel Choissudovsky, Canadian Economist & Ottawa’s Professor of Economics
Now every country that has an arsenal or war machines wants to bomb Syria just like the Russians are doing and they claim it is to wipe out ISIS, hence screw collateral damages like the men, women and children whose whose homes are already in shambles or whatever is left of them in the streets of Syria. The warmongers are having a field day and there is none that can check them. Russia is up in arms ready to turn on Turkey for shooting down one of its war plane and the Turks turns up in mass demonstration in support of their leader willing to take on the Bear from the North. In the United States, the 'Implosion' syndrome is gathering momentum as more and more police brutality and random shootings are happening all across the nation of unsatisfied citizens.

The Pentagon have admitted that they are concerned that widespread civil unrest will hit U.S. streets in the very near future. The Department of Defense have begun funding universities to research the areas in society that are likely to breakdown and the risks that would come with a breakdown of society at large. Anonhq.com reports: READ MORE: 

 At home the ruling power has managed to establish itself with a stronger hold on the nation's well being by passing the law allowing for the National Safety Council to be implemented giving the Prime Minister an almost dictatorial power to perform his duties.
The gory details of violence inflicted by man on his fellow man and not to mention the environment has filled the Face Book postings just as much as the food postings. It is a very depressing world we live in, yet my niece in Balik Pulau, who is raising her three kids by herself because her husband died not too long ago is still optimistic and had me tried her first time made spaghetti when I visited her yesterday. Her youngest son, not yet one year old had one of his fingers smashed in a door jam and the trauma in dealing with that in itself must have been agonizing for her, but she was optimistic. The rising cost of living like the prices of milk and diapers has become a part of her daily worry and the fact that they out in the middle of the rice field with no neighbors around and being haunted by a group of wild monkeys is an added challenge.
I can go on rambling all day with more negative issues that is going on in and round the country but what is the use? What good does it do to keep telling yourself that you, the one person can make a difference when in reality shit is hitting the fan all over and there is little if not anything that you can do,(except remove yourself from the equation).

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