Monday, May 27, 2013

Just One Life

Sometimes, in some amoral struggle between two cynical nation-states, an eloquent person can say how seeing how one life was cruelly snuffed-out by the other nation-state was what made them choose the other nation-state.

The valid idea is that one human life unnecessarily snuffed-out is a crime. We should always believe that. But too lately, when a life is snuffed-out in a worthless cause, ... many Canadians feel unapologetic in saying that history will be the judge and that "there's plenty more where that came from."

But if even one Canadian citizen gets tortured, it's too much. If one vote was suppressed because of harpercon fraud, it's too much.

That's how we should think. But collectively, we don't. Collectively, we acquiesce as one after another, the representatives of the greedy and/or stupid people transmorgrify into one train-wreck after another.

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