1/3: I would suggest that it’s always easy to suggest sacrifices be made by someone else while we sit back in our glass houses, aiding and abetting the gathering storm that we don’t even hear rumbling around in the ether. We are too puffed up with our seeming victory over government and all those who have the terrific task of trying to keep a world going as peacefully as possible with all the troubles going on in it. Every minute of the day there is someone somewhere who could start a world war (and it is not Iran), or some other catastrophe that would surely touch us no matter where we live.
It is one thing to look for openness as far as possible from our leaders, and rightly so. It is another thing to become militants and outlaws about what we deem as our right to know. We have become so disgruntled with the media (and rightly so) that we have tried to become the media without the blood, sweat and tears involved in the true work of Journalism). I would ask this of anybody in the world if I were communing with them:
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