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With recent blows for not helping save the Sudanese people from genocide The US has been on thin ice with the humanitarian Fairy We all have imperalistic views we look down on those third world countries We laugh at the poor and thats what makes us feel better about ourselves in the morning At the end of the day they will be the the other Girgio Agamben wrote about that He wrote that we become secure when we realize other people are suffering That when we are high they are low And thats what makes us better then those people We have no names to the faces of the Iraqi civilian that are killed We dont realize they have famiies and emotions just like us But again we look at them as the other Why do we allow the participation in the hierachies that the government puts us in Even as young children we were drilled in the game of Imperalism Come children lets buy Park Place for two hundred dollars Young captialists eh But whose fault is it We like to buy things We do thats why every year Americans spend over two billion dollars on accessories Silly Americans with big bank accounts But there is a way to break free Its too late for the adults to possibly break free of the binaries that are drilled into their heads Its too late for us to break free but we do have a choice We do have options We can do this Babies Yes babies We need to have more kids More kids who wont have this imperalistic mindset that are empowered upon us We need to raise children until the ages of five away from the captialist mindsets Once we do that we can become better peopleand better citizens Take away the Monopoly and especially turn off the corporate news We should all be tired of the governments ideas on womens issues
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