Sunday, August 24, 2008


"Walkabout" is a term I personally learnt from Babylon 5's Episode
318 of the same name...(Here's again "The Wisdom of Babylon 5"!)
In the words of Dr. Stephen Franklin:

"As a Foundationist, I was always taught that if you're not careful you can lose yourself in the world. You get too busy with things and not busy
enough with yourself. Spending days and nights living someone else's agendas, fighting someone else's battles and you're doing the work you're supposed to be doing, but every day there's less and less of you in it all. Till one day you come to a fork in the road and because you're distracted, you're not thinking, you lose yourself. You go right and the rest of you, the really important part of you, goes left. And you don't even know you've done it till you realize, you finally realize that you don't have any idea who you are when you're not doing those things...
...You just leave everything and you start walking... The theory is, if you're separated from yourself you start walking and you keep walking till you meet yourself. Then you sit down and have a long talk. Talk about everything that you've learned, everything that you felt and you talk until you've run out of words. Now, that's vital because the real important things can't be said.
And then, if you're lucky, you look up and there's just you. Then you can go home..."

As Dr. Franklin said, this is taken from the Aborigines of Australia (Here's the "
Only True Religion" again!)...

I hope one day I'll manage to do it...

Sunday, August 17, 2008

South Ossetia...

What is it like to be killed...
You and your loved ones murdered...

...because some bastards chose to pass a FUCKING HOSE through the land you live??

Friday, August 8, 2008

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Hiroshima, August 6th, 1945. 08:15

If we wanted to pinpoint the most horror within the smallest possible amount of time in the History of Mankind, this is the one.

If we could take a picture of humanity’s worst, that would probably be it.

There are some who still support that those bombs were necessary to end the War and spared the lives of many more (American) soldiers who would have died in a probable invasion to Japan.

All I have to say is:

-The powers of Axis had almost surrendered and the war had all but ended.

-Why were the bombs dropped in cities almost untouched by the war (with probably no strategic usefulness), if not for testing reasons?

-Why was the one bomb made using Uranium and the other using Plutonium, if not for testing reasons?

-And, finally, we must never forget that the end of the war meant that the world reign was once again debatable. Such destruction was a good sign to everyone about who “the boss” of the planet was…

The terror that occurred in Hiroshima (and Nagasaki, of course) has to be a reminder to us all that we have invested TOO MUCH in the obliteration of our fellow people and our planet and not nearly enough for their salvation…

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