The Wall Of Madness

It’s the consciousness that creates the universe, not the other way around.

If you buy a gun to protect yourself and the next thing that happens is that you are attacked, what are you likely to believe?

Are you going to think it’s good you bought the gun?

Or will you see that acting on the fear of enemies created the enemy in front of you?

Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols killed 168 people in the Oklahoma City bombing. Dylann Roof killed 9 in the Charleston church shooting.  The white supremacist Wade Michael Page killed 6 in the Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting.
Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold killed 15 in the Columbine High School massacre.

All these killers were Americans. 
And there have been many others.

This must mean that most Americans are terrorists or mass murderers and that Americans should be banned from entering other countries because they are dangerous.

If this sounds insane, it’s because… it is insane.

Nevertheless this seems to be how the new American president sees people from some other countries.

If you are from certain Arab countries, you are automatically dangerous and you will be banned from entering the USA for the crimes that you could potentially commit, even though you probably never would.

If you are Mexican, you will be walled off  –  and you should pay for that too.

The far-right ethnic Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik killed 77 people in Norway in 2011. 
So what does this say about the Norwegians?
How can you know that the next blond, blue-eyed Norwegian coming to the USA isn’t another Breivik, hell-bent on killing as many people as possible?

How about the Englishmen with all their infamous serial killers? How do you know that you are not letting in a new Jack The Ripper?

North Korea has been making threats towards America for a long time. What if some of the ones crossing the border carry out some of those threats?

There is not one country in this world that is quite safe.
Not one nation that can be trusted 100 %.

Ban them. 

Ban them all.

Build a wall around every country.

If that’s not enough, start building walls around cities and villages too. Some of them have more crimes than others.

It may be necessary to wall off individual streets as well.

That should finally make everyone safe and happy.

It’s such a small price to pay for safety having to climb over a couple of walls on your way to the supermarket…



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10 Responses to The Wall Of Madness

  1. Well said. The irony of the situation is beyond Trump’s understanding. He has clearly never had an education in history (or much else, it would seem).

  2. Those are very sound arguments. You should tweet about them – and don’t neglect the exclamation marks!

  3. Thank you–makes too much friggin’ sense, but let’s face it–the Dump doesn’t read anyway. Seriously, if someone’s determined to do harm and kill people, walls and banning ain’t gonna do it. I’m more afraid of my neighbors than any damned terrorist.

  4. scifihammy says:

    I don’t know where all this xenophobia is coming from these days. We are all human, and as you point out, one killer does not make a nation of killers.

  5. Nice- You are as good with your words and thoughts as with your photography.
    And hope this madness ends sooner than later..

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