|Haohua Jiang: Surprising Attack and Surprising Reaction|
6 comments26 Jul 2002 @ 07:09 by chaiyah : God will cover our future with darkness
NO Jiang. We all die anyway. They hardly knew what hit 'em, instead of perhaps dying slowly from cancer or AIDS. NO. Terrorism is a wake-up call, a time to look up and find the Light.
NOTE: The link above is very interesting. Have you noticed that they don't know where Cheney is lately? Went into a high-tech sub and never came back.
26 Jul 2002 @ 08:59 by cosman64 : my reply to Mr.Chaiyah
To the extreme extent, nothing we can say, about every action of human beings. Right and wrong means nothing. But,humankind is a certain creature depending on the meaning or end of life, hence, we have to inevitably answer the good way or bad way.In my opinion, before so many confuesd thoughts passing on to us from history, only one thing we can't refuse to accept as our principle, that the mere meaning of the life of a true being, is just its existence, without existence, being is no longer a being itself, and where can we find the meaning? Deduced from this, I will never stand on the side of killing and outraging. If we need a warnig-bell of terroism, what will happen? Hatred can do nothing. China has lost millions lives in second world war, and Nanjing the city I'm living in now, was miserable more, a crazy killing ended 300,000 lives. I think we also have the right more reasonably to act as terrorists, and to destroy whole Tokyo by a warning attack. Then, who can make an end for such disasters?
everyone is innocent ,including those terrorist members, they have lost their happy way, and the only evil ghost, not Bush, not American government, even not Bin Laden himself, but those evil ideas and thoughts, controlling our minds, such as capitalist materialsm. Is there no any good way for us to warn the world? In history, we have invented so many peaceful ways to change the world. I can never understand killing is a way to warn us.
27 Jul 2003 @ 21:03 by fresian_is : Your thinking transcends many cultures..
Brother Jiang...your expression of grief is understandable in any culture...I look forward to sharing more thoughts with you...continue to be brave in a world of insensitivity.
12 Sep 2003 @ 00:27 by vibrani : Look to the make-up of a zealot
I never understood the murder of people as being a reason to celebrate, and yet people like extremist Muslims do it each time a non-Muslim is murdered by them. Throw parties and the like. The way out of this is through through real love and education - not through lies and manipulation and hatred/fear. We are the God that allows it to continue or cease. Unfortunately, now it has grown way out of control and I don't know how we'll be able to turn around such lack of consciousness.
18 Sep 2003 @ 02:03 by repsyche : moving away from violence
terrorism can only grow where there is no hope of peaceful change
we have seen that in Northern Ireland, where centuries of colonial misrule led to decades of bombings and shooting
terror can come in many forms however, and nation states have the armies and equipment to wage war on poor people all over the globe
is very difficult for us in the wealthy west to empathise with those who seek to destroy the system, but we should always bear in mind that this system is responsible for much that is both positive and negative on our planet
and we must not identify with that system, it is not our system, they are not our nation states - the system is perpetuated for the benefits of the elites
the latest round of international trade negotiations are an example of the lack of love and respect that the powerful feel for the relatively powerless, and this by folk who claim to be christian - can you imagine jesus driving trade talks that force the majority of the world's population to live in poverty so that a few can gorge and grow obese?
we are shamed by the actions of our so called negotiators and representitives
personally, I feel that this crazy state of affairs will continue while we persist with this out-dated and divisive system of nation-states
we are citizens of the world not a particular country
19 Sep 2003 @ 00:22 by cosman64 : I prefer to be a citizen of such gov.
Great!REPSYCHE, I always think the nation-state is the most dangerous two-edged weapon of our civilization, and its power of destroying has reached the cliff.
All conflicts in modern world are the results of such a absurd political structure. I PREFER to be a citizen of the dreamed world gov., only by organizing such a sole political platform for all human beings, we can lead to a real and eternal peaceful time.
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