TSA Thugs: TSA Agents Beat And Jail Disabled Teen With Brain Cancer

Mirimir mirimir at riseup.net
Sun Jul 3 23:55:41 PDT 2016

On 07/04/2016 12:03 AM, Cecilia Tanaka wrote:
> On Jul 4, 2016 2:45 AM, "Zenaan Harkness" <zen at freedbms.net> wrote:
>>> [Cecilia]  Part of world's beauty is how different can be the persons.
> Some people explode cities using nuclear weapons, some people try to build
> a whole new world...  :-)
>> Yes, from an artistic point of view, exploding a city could be seen as a
> "beautiful thing".

No, what's beautiful is human diversity, the flexibility, the freedom to
choose, etc, etc.

> I never said that exploding a city is a "beautiful thing".  I was not
> talking about art, just about human nature.  Contrasts between destruction
> and creation.
> Sorry, I will leave the thread or I will spend millions of words to say the
> obvious in an absolutely not polite way.
> After telling that half of my family was killed because the city they used
> to live was destroied, I think it is pretty hard to see a city exploding
> and people dying under "an artistic point of view".

I highly recommend _To Hell and Back: The Last Train from Hiroshima_ by
Charles Pellegrino.[0]


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