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Where and WHO will lead our global violence?

Original post made by Ralph N. Shirlet on Aug 22, 2011

Dear Editor,

There is a more pointed Streetwise question to ask now that we have accomplished our violence in Libya. Where will our country take its violence next and what savage among us will lead such violence against our global neighbors.

Let me suggest you ask the children because it will be their violent world that we are creating? They might see the logic of attacking something closer to home. Let's say Texas or Modesto to save on the cost of travel.

It would be my hope that we would have to explain our violence to our children so we would have to consider it ourselves.

Of Ralph with a sad smile

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