Okay, the Boston Marathon bombing sucked. Seriously, what a way to end a race? Cross a finish line and watch others get nailed by shrapnel as a bombs go off.
Yep, that would bug my day a bit as few things do as hunks of plastic, bb's and recently heated metal fly into my friends limbs, severing veins, muscle, killing sight hitting their retinas...
Clouds of white puffs ascend as panic takes dominance. People bolt and run wildly. Running into one another without care.
There is blood and death in the field of vision.
Crying, hysteria, faces a few seconds ago showing happiness now going toward pained expressions of sorrow, horror and complete terror.
Whiffs of lagers, ales and sausage vendors mixing with the scent of total human panic fill the street.
And when silence eventually becomes victorious, whom do we blame?
A factory in Texas blows to pieces, over a hundred missing from an ammonium-nitrate mishap. There is speculation of a dark coloured van near the area just before the explosion.
There were four people found dead about 30 miles from my home. They were all shot in the head at close range in a basement. Drug deal gone bad? Unlikely, those tend to be more messy. Shotguns tend to go that way. Bad blood over a turf war gang related? Not likely. Those are not so pointed. It happened in Akron Ohio. Could ROC, (Russian organized crime, Triads (chinese based, big in Cleveland) Mafia, though incredibly silent in recent times finding other avenues to launder money thru ligit-business.
Let's face it: All the serious mob groups hold legitimate ways to cover their cash flow. Be it pizza places, deli's and restaurants that seldom have the same employees over a slender strand of months. (That aspect is their way of filtering others into the USA, under the radar. ) I've seen it in action and it works. These illegals are not nasty people. They do have a debt to work off though to those that got them here. Not so many years ago, I bowled with a Chinese team. I learned a great deal from them. Amazing. Their sense of family is like nothing the average family deluded by media and a sense that having, owning, controlling, is better than all else here in the United States.
I have to speak my mind here. I hope you would expect nothing else from me.
Let's go bonkers over bonkers over Boston!
Let's cover the world with photos of Americans waiving the stars and stripes for all to see a to display a solidarity. What for, for crying out loud? The bombers grew up here. They learned, presumably, all their psychologically meaningful years, here in the United States. They developed a value system from living here.
Apparently, graciously, they must've spent more time reading bathroom wall lore than that of the Anarchist Cookbook or their bombs would have killed more.
I have to like the way my countries media jumped at the chance to bring another country into it gather broader audience.
As the the first suspect is gunned down, our flag begins to rise and people, most probably drunk after a sporting event, waive them madly. Pride in America songs crash onto the radio stations, calling for us to join together, rally around the stars and stripes and do...
-DO JUST FUCKING WHAT? WASTE ANOTHER LAND OF PEOPLE THAT HAD NO CONTROL OVER ANYTHING THAT HAD ANYTHING TO DO WITH THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!
So the Middle East thing didn't pan out so well...
Should we aim our drones at North Korea and let them sail? Thank heavens KIA motors saw this coming and embraced the state of Georgia creating American jobs there a few years ago...
How many dead in the last twelve years have been created by our hands? How many innocent children never saw age 7 from our bombs and bullets shredding them to bits, leaving them with lost limbs, quadriplegic with nothing more than a mind to grow hatred rightfully toward us?
I do not blame the foot soldier. They did as they were trained. Like those dropping the bombs, what choice?
"The root of evil should be looked for in the United States,"
"They (the brothers) grew up and studied in the United States and their attitudes and belief...s were formed there," Kadyrov said. "Any attempt to make a connection between Chechnya and the Tsarnaevs is in vain."
Kadyrov, a tough pro-Kremlin leader whose security services have been accused of human rights abuses such as kidnappings and torture, questioned why the U.S. police had not been able to arrest Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
"Apparently the special services needed a result by whatever means to appease society," he said.
I said on Facebook I believed his words to be true. I stand by it. No one 'liked' it there. Go figure...
A few years back, and several before that, I've lived in a place where people get gunned down. Drugs deals gone south, Hookers gone independant, innocents killed due to piss poor aim. Killings in Parma Ohio, where a suspect of Polish sounding last name was taken into custody, was their Polish, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Italian, German, Israeli, Japanese, Chinese, ever brought to the forefront?
Of course we did have that guy in Colorado blow away a theatre's worth of people for the opening of a Batman movie...
Wow! How did we not go after Colorado after that terrorist event? C'mon, we all knew it was coming, didn't we? Didn't Columbine heighten our senses enough?
"mommy, I can't feel my arm," a child of five cries out. Her eyes, cloudy by tears her body creates looks at what is left of her tiny arm. Nothing below the elbow, all she sees is muscle and meat...
She deserves a better place.
Just get up and get away
Oh yeah. Let's make the rest of the World go our way.
As I said before, the middle east didn't play out so well.
The last thing I want is another killing field for my desperate country to feel good about itself once again.
If my country decides to go against you guys, all i can ask is this: Are you accepting new applicants?