Disparity at the root of conflicts

"Did it ever occur to them that this heinous act of the devil is only designed to attract more recruits through its showmanship value."

So as the cease fire comes popping out of Ukraine, possibly preceded by Russia, one wonders where Baird and Harper are fitting into this new development.

Did anyone tell them to cease and desist, or are they still circulating around the middle of Ukraine in old used flak jackets trying to get something started. Maybe some one should tell them to cease and desist as well.

Then what about the newly minted skin heads of Ukraine. How are they taking this news and who set them in place anyway? Was that Harper and Baird again?

It seems to me that Harper and Baird would do better by focusing on the recent developments in Syria instead; the lopping of heads in particular.

Did it ever occur to them that this heinous act of the devil is only designed to attract more recruits through its showmanship value.

I cant think of one single Canadian offspring of an overpaid bureaucrat who would not jump at the chance to go there and join the ISL idiots for the purpose of coming home to brag to his friends. And that is exactly what they are doing.

There are too many young Canadian thrill seekers heading out there to act out, and Harper could address that problem simply by cutting down the disparity between their overpaid parents and the rest of society.

It is exactly the same reason that the Boko Haran are able to carry on in Nigeria running around and stealing girls and everything else they can find.

Those punks in Nigeria are exactly of the same mind set as our spoiled punks here, which one can see in their face as they stand poised for a photo with the automatic over their shoulder and a big belt of cartridges as well.

They are the relatives of Goodluck Jonathan as he himself has stated, and that is why they never get arrested by the police. Do we see any parallels in that?

The disparity is what we actually see here at work and it will bring the downfall of all nations which allow this.

Len Penner

Trail

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