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I have come to the conclusion that we are all responsible for the destruction of the human mind We are all at fault for breeding hate ignorance and worst of all any known andor association to an --ism Should we all band as one and focus on a better future or let the mind fester in its own propaganda filled atmosphere Are we really to blame for not being able to see what truly is rising in todays society The acceptance of brainwashing of Americas youth should not go unspoken They stand on the corner of every block wishing they were someone else and due to this they form their own falsified family of friends to which they all drink smoke andor do other mind altering drugs in which they choose to escape reality or just plain relax This should not be going on not now not tomorrow not ever Hostility grows from within to which an entity of peace can force upon such utopia with just that force It shouldnt be sugar coated but just bluntly said as with a philosophy or certain thought pattern The weak will not grasp onto an idea but learn slowly as the strong teach them and lead them by their hands to acceptance within themselves Hard times have approached I know this but to embrace a crutch that serves as an excuse should not be tolerated A crutch such as no respect for others bodies or your own to which you engage in promiscuous sex is deemed as ignorant plain and simple Unfortunately if such actions were to partake and an unwanted pregnancy was to occur In cases of incest or rape obviously the mother should not have to expose herself to further emotional trauma of carrying the child full term However we feel the view and use of abortion as a means of birth control is wrong-Earth Crisis
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