Saturday, June 19, 2004

Defending Liberalism




I am a "liberal". I am NOT necessarily a democrat; I would love to see Ralph Nader in office... in my dreams. I am NOT "anti-America". For those who think liberals are anti-American, you should apply a mirror to your words, i.e. YOU might have a latent subconscious fear of TRUE freedom.

I am NOT pro-abortion. I DO believe in a woman's right to choose what she does with all circumstances within her body... anything else ISN'T freedom. Regarding abortion, I think we as a society need to do more in ALL areas of sexual education. We should provide better pre-natal counseling, and encourage adoption to a greater social extent, even to homosexuals (gasp!). I've found that those who aggressively oppose abortion rights SIMULTANEOUSLY support the death penalty. WHAT A BLATANT, IGNORANT CONTRADICTION! I think we ALL should think a little deeper about these issues.

I am a pacifist. Violence is only the FINAL means of conflict resolution, and the point is, it is NEVER necessary. I believe in mind over matter. There are a thousand different ways to accomplish ANY specific task, including political conflict. The act of violence to resolve political and social conflict is an act of humanitarion failure. Regarding our "war on terrorism", we in America would do much to resolve this conflict by introspectively examining OUR responsibility in perpetuating an ideology of fear and violence, both at home and overseas... this includes our capitalistic endeavors which APPEAR imperialistic to the fundamentally minded cultures of "terrorism".

I think we should spend MORE money to support our weakening education infrastructure, and that money should be taken AWAY from the military industrial complex. As long as we make the tools of war, we will find wars to fight. The point here is that we should be making tools (i.e. MINDS) that see diplomatic alternatives to war. The future of human civilization depends on this...

I believe in freedom and democracy... so to speak, but I think America still needs MUCH improvement regarding these topics. We are not "there" yet...

More than anything, change is inevitable. There is NO WAY to avoid it. RIGHT NOW, things aren't perfect in America... far from it. As a nation, we have a lot more "maturing" ahead of us. There are two types of change... progressive, and entropic. The latter is a fundamental law of our universe... DECAY. This is what happens when we forget about the former... PROGRESS. We all must continue our progressive move forward, exercising open and tolerant communication. If we fail, our resulting reality will only lead us down the path of ontological decay...

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