Psychology: The Stanford Prison Experiment – BBC Documentary – YouTube
American Soldiers speak out against the wars and accuse the government or crimes – YouTube
Why do we only fight “the symptoms” ?
When you listen to our news, you hear about the terrible
things happening in the world.
When I follow the news about ISIS I ask myself:
“How could a group of people become so powerful”?
We must go back to 9/11 when the whole problem started,
the hate against a whole “group of people”.
And I do not believe the official story told about, who did 9/11.
Even if we would neglect that question, we (US and other
Western countries) did invade Iraq, because of the mass
destruction weapons, never found and we killed Saddam.
A country destroyed
I once listened to an interview with a man who lived in Iraq
who joined ISIS.
He said in his own words: “Saddam Hussein wasn’t the best
Leader of a country, but life was ok”.
What happened after the invasion? We left a country destroyed.
(Repeating of History: Afghanistan, Libya and now in Syria.)
No work, no money, big families.
These are circumstances when groups could become extreme.
People who hate others because what happened to their country,
to their family’s.
Living in a destroyed country, it is difficult to earn money.
You get a chance to earn money, joining extreme groups.
In politics, you never hear the question why?
Instead of looking at the “root” of a problem we are always
working on the “symptoms” (people flee to Europe).
We focus on the problems this causes in these countries.
THE question should be: “WHO is benefitting from this situation”?
What are the big interests in these countries?
Which countries are supporting these Rebel groups?
Who are supplying these groups with equipment?
O have often listened to people saying the same thing:
“If these people would not be supported,
there would be no ISIS, no Al Qaeda”.
It is always about divide and conquer.
The first you.tube film are Veterans speaking out.
The second you.tube film is :The Stanford Prison
it is just fascinating to see how people change,
it isn’t even “real”.