This week has been one where the world has been assaulted by fear and war mongering once again. The people no matter where they are, are being constantly told that they are under attack. It matters not what the local variant is. He/She could be a Muslim today and a Russian tomorrow.
To defend our Freedom of Speech our actual freedoms have already been taken away. Our privacy has been destroyed and our sources of knowledge have been falsified.
Oceania Saker has and will continue to put opinion that is sensible. This week we have published great opinion pieces on the French tragedy by:
And now, we are honored to present Dagmar Henn’s wonderfully written piece that binds our stance at Oceania. She has gotten to the heart of the matter.
I would like to react with dismay after the Paris assault.
But how can I, when I read sentences like this one:
“Actually no one needs to wonder that more and more people are afraid of Islam. In its name and referring to the Koran fear and terror are being spread. The weak voices denying that the “Islamic State” and other organisations of terror reveal the true face of Islam are always drowned again and again by the explosions of bombs and the screams of those who are brutally murdered.”FAZ 07.01.2014
In my head these sentences write themselves anew. How would it be like this:
Actually no one needs to wonder that more and more people are afraid of the West. In its name and referring to human rights fear and terror are being spread. The weak voices denying that “NATO” and other organisations of terror reveal the West’s true face are drowned again and again by the explosions of bombs and the screams of those who are brutally murdered.
You could as well exchange “NATO” for “Frontex“, or “IMF” or…. When looking for organisations that brutally murder people there is a long list.
There couls also be this version:
Actually no one needs to wonder that more and more people are afraid of Capitalism. In its name and referring to the free market….
Yes, I realise that I am loosing my humanity. My reason tells me that the publication of nauseous racist drawings does not justify murder. My reason calls for compassion.
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