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2014 November

Traveling Through Multiple Europes

Has it occurred to everyone else that people don’t want to be integrated?

Over the next few years, we will see the EU come apart at the seams, as we are now beginning to set the stage also, for a middle eastern civil war–contrary to the lines drawn by conquerors…

And we in the USA still suffer from integration (not the racist kind, omg, lest you think so)…

Was the USA a good idea, was the EU a good idea…?

It seems that only time will tell, but there is something to be said for “separate, for fractionalized, which may be necessary, but not sufficient in terms of the world “living peacefully”…but what if the world is not supposed to live peacefully?

What if conflict, heartbreak, poverty, divides, ethnic groups are all apart of life, living and what comes next?

Sometimes, these questions are clearly not asked as we continue down an end goal which says we have to be x, y and z.

I will say one thing….getting out of the world @BS and seeing how each values basin attempts to “attract” and repel and immunize itself is an amazing part of living…and a troubling one also.

Europe–the countries in it–such as Switzerland where friend mark resides (8 million) is an amazing place, but while internationally thought of, it guards itself well from integration, and remains neutral…each of the European enclaves has been hewn out of conflict for thousands of years…and you don’t see them running around the world trying to make democracies with force…but being careful not to “raise the ire of others…”

Putin can push tanks and weapons across the Ukraine border for any number of legitimate reasons, and even those illegitimate ones, no one in Europe is going to raise a hand…

Yet, we the pugnacious have to run around fighting everyone because we don’t think they conduct their affairs as they should…

I’m starting to question this kind of social doctrine…not as legitimate, but whether or not, it is any more efficient, effective and sustainable than say…a Canadian approach, or Japanese approach, or even a Philippine approach

Aquino, et al have been criticized for their “slow” response to delivering aid to Yolanda (Haiyan) victims…but there defense is…we are going slow on purpose (because of course it is a corrupt bureaucracy)…touting the building of 22 kilometers of national road in a year (10 miles) with another 110 to go (some small parts under construction), yet, billions poured in…

The majority of the people affected, still affected…but instead, they go slow…

I’m uncertain at this point because our judgment (time span of discretion) is too small for the problems, but I travel and look at Europe and while they are cratering under the credit/money bubble…life just doesn’t look all that bad there…

While life ain’t bad in the ole USA either, and I’m not complaining, I’m just wondering going forward…is this all a todo about nothing, to keep people who are less complex occupied laterally in “good intentions” without an understanding of what life is all about, but an interpretation that seems to be sold wholesale to all those who reside…

What goes round, comes round…I have some fear that we are making tragic mistakes…and unfortunately, it’s what we do…

https://worldview.stratfor.com/article/traveling-through-multiple-europes#axzz3I3KISQEw

mike

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