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  • Where Are They Now?

    Posted by David Foster on August 13th, 2008 (All posts by )

    Regarding the events in Georgia, Neptunus Lex has some questions:

    Millions marched in San Francisco, Rome, Barcelona and London when a US-led coalition of democracies prepared to depose a murderous tyrant – where are they now, when a tyrant seeks to depose a democratically elected government?

    Millions more protested when a wretchedly afflicted people attempted to shake off the chains of 30 year’s oppression, tribalism and superstition to create for themselves and their children a sense of security and a representative government, answerable to the people – where are they now, that a free people has been reacquainted with the rod and beaten back to the yoke?

    Others protested in Florence and Glocestershire when NATO bombers intervened to stop a genocide in Kosovo – where are they now, when bombers and helicopter gunships rain death upon innocents?

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    7 Responses to “Where Are They Now?”

    1. Tatyana Says:

      http://www.brusselsjournal.com/node/3455

    2. Robert Schwartz Says:

      There are no stupid questions. …

    3. vanderleun Says:

      Headline: Marching Morons Mysteriously Missing

    4. Lexington Green Says:

      1. The afraid of Russia.

      2. They are not afraid of the USA.

    5. HAGAR Says:

      Brings me back to the 80’s.I don’t remember anyone protesting the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan,but I sure do remember all the protests against President Reagan as he confronted that EVIL EMPIRE.

    6. Joshua Says:

      Continuing Lex’s list:

      3. They don’t believe they have a snowball’s chance in hell of actually influencing the government of Russia (and they’re probably right).
      4. They believe they have a much better chance of influencing the government of the U.S. (but they’re probably wrong).

    7. Ralf Goergens Says:

      Where are the buses that will give them a free ride to wherever the protests are supposed to be held?