04 March 2003

at this very moment, two third of iraqis land has already been occupied.. and as us and few of his allies eagerly trying to acquire the rest, i am convinced that babylon land is already fallen.. in a more dignitive way compared to the fall of arabia [lured by oil's dollars, imho]..

i believe after iraq is fallen, syria will follow... and later, persia. syria may fall by using force [terrorism related issue may/will be raised against it, most probably by connecting the dots down to palestinian freedom fighters].. while iran will resist in a much harder way [hard, but as borg always says.. resistance is futile]... and at the end of the day, those debris of ancient kingdoms will be under us control.. as regions of us protectorates...

setelah itu apa?

setelah secara militer jatuh, ekonomi jatuh, infiltrasi pax americana akan masuk melalui pintu sosial dan budaya.. for which, i strongly believe unavoidably irresistably will succeed [if we are looking for examples, try comparing indonesia with malaysia... or bosnia.. --'american assumptions were simple: understanding is not required, only obedience; and there is no problem that a large amount of money can’t solve'... and to look ath the impact for the society in a long run, look at what had happened to arab saudi during last several decades]

since there's no other major military power to stand us, i believe this pax americana will rule and prevail for some certain times thruout the future... europe sooner or later will fall again... but this is not to the third reich, but sadly to d us..

the only thing that i'm sure may bring down this pax americana a.k.a.'freedom' a.k.a. global capitalism is the flaw within it self...

odek once spit out his opinion that western culture (covering down from daily interaction upto religion) is very well accepted thruout de globe for its ability to be adaptive to the local implementation need.. the society can change anything as long as its done thru one process called democracy.. and i think that's the core of what so-called as 'freedom' within the culture..

imho, the flaw is raised by the abuse of the democracy process itself.. abuse caused from money and greed...

as an example, i'll look at the risk us govt. is willing to take with the $300 billion deficit next year [with i assume was taken with assumptions that possible future income to compensate from years to come after this 'anti-terror-war' is finished.. whenever that finish-time may be]... by taking that gigantic risk, us better make sure that the target [iraq in this context] will be acquired within the defined time frame... and the greed that i'm reffering now is in acquiring this target, us would do things which in essence is violating their own culture values, and within this context, the abuse is when us is offering turkey some billions $ for turkey's permission on using their land in acquiring iraq... and the greed is the turkey's official final acceptance to the offer to be able to get the money, even thou their parliament a.k.a their society already reject such idea...

so everytime this kind of hipocricy happens more often and getting on a bigger proportions each time, there will come a time for this so called democracy has to decide.. to choose between itself and money/greed/power, and as for that we already know which one(s) will prevail...

oderint, dum metuant: let them hate, so long as they fear (a favorite saying of caligula)

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