Integrity George? You are asking me what
Well George I guess nobody actually liked what I had to say
Imagine George If we were able to wipe out all our past mistakes and start over …
If we could erase all those violent thoughts that suddenly surfaced against those who had been cruel or hurt us or even worse …
What does our society and its righteous religious majority allow us to feel about the people who destroyed the lives of our children through acts of persection or rape or even war?
We are told to kneel and beg forgiveness and forgive and forget.
So whatever a guard is ordered to do … Can we blame the guard for not refusing. Refusing to follow orders might even cause you to lose your job.
And where do those orders come from? People come and go … Names change …
The guards were just doing their job I imagine. Everybody has to have a job.
If you have no job, how can you feed your kids? You need money. Food is not free, even Even if you only want to buy a jar of peanut butter.
There was a time when peanut butter was a good way of offering nourishment to your child. A parent would send the child off to school with a peanut butter and jam sandwich and an apple, confident that both food and school provided what the child needed to grow into a healthy happy citizen.
When exactly did schools begin to dictate to parents that they would decide what was best for every child? Was it about the same time that children began to dump their home-made lunches into the nearest garbage bin and feed on whatever was offered by the closest machine or counter?
When exactly did the social engineers begin to replace the parents? Was it about the same time that teachers were expected to become custodians. And when did warehousing kids became preferable to inspiring them? And for the odd child who tried to fight this system because she knew it was wrong? What about her? What happened to her?