I am being sarcastic. When a country is at war, the enemy is always the barbarian, that is just they way things are. The news media and government puts out propaganda to keep the war going, and the other side's government does the same thing. And instead of working problems out, they have a war. That is just the way things are.
It's like 'your team's colors.' That's why I feel like I'm on Oklahoma State University's team (in their "bedlam"-competition against the University of Oklahoma in football-etc.)--even though all my relatives went to OU--because OSU has the same team-colors as my alma-mater Putnam City High School.I don't see why we should classify acts of violence based on race. Whether the Asian man kills a Caucasian or Vice versa in a fit of anger, for revenge or in war, the loss of life is equal no matter what.
This reminds me of an excerpt I *just* read. It concerned the Boxer Rebellion in China. An ambassador was writing a description of the scenes he witnessed, including actions taken by English soldiers. He said quite frankly that he could not bring himself to accurately some of the things he saw, but that if he could, then readers would think of Western civilization as only the thinnest veneer of civility stretched over barbarous savagery.
Interesting cartoon. What do you think are it's implications guys? This is definitely though provoking...
I agree with you. Every race has it's barbarians. Politics and race-baiting have their advantages, however. They sell more airtime! As for the meaning, simply that the human race is always the same.I don't see why we should classify acts of violence based on race. Whether the Asian man kills a Caucasian or Vice versa in a fit of anger, for revenge or in war, the loss of life is equal no matter what.