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Politics : foreign affairs, unchaperoned
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To: marcos who wrote (219)9/2/2004 8:53:11 PM
From: Chas.   of 261
 
Marcos,enjoyed your post....and in response.

we Are at constant war with each other, we Do speak distinctly different languages, we Do have trouble communicating with each other(nations)...half of our world population has Not developed, look at India, China,Africa and Middle East as example......

I agree with you that we would all be better off if we could get along together....however that is wishful thinking...

re "spreading power more intelligently" look to North Korea, Iran, Syria, SA, China....examples galore..

"Technological power up the ying yang", "dominion over the world" I am thankful these concepts reside mostly with USA, Canada, Great Britain......

we, the free West have been clever and we are fairly wise, IMO...

the tribes will never merge, the obstacles are religion,
ethnic loyalty, false pride of Motherland....

Hope for future generations lies in economic viability and jobs for all peoples of all tribes...these two tangibles will transcend politics....

I do not rule out the possibility of extraterrestial intervention at some future date also.......

I am reminded of "The Day the Earth Stood Still"

regards from Chucky
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