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Thursday, September 27, 2007

Faro Politics: What Would Albert Einstein think of of our policies in the Middle East?

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Indeed, Albert considered himself to be a pacifist. In 1929, he publicly declared that if a war broke out he would "unconditionally refuse to do war service, direct or indirect... regardless of how the cause of the war should be judged." His position would change in 1933, as the result of Adolf Hitler's ascent to power in Germany. While still promoting peace, Einstein no longer fit his previous self-description of being an "absolute pacifist". As the realization of nuclear weapons grew near. Einstein looked beyond the current war to future problems that such weapons could bring. He wrote to physicist Niels Bohr in December 1944, "when the war is over, then there will be in all countries a pursuit of secret war preparations with technological means which will lead inevitably to preventative wars and to destruction even more terrible than the present destruction of life." Einstein Feared more than anything Governments that were not accountable to the people. It is not difficult to see that democratic governments have brought a record of peace and prosperity compared to dictators and one party states around the world. So, the question must be asked. Why is this so? The answer lies in that a democratic government is one that is held accountable for its actions not just at election time but also on a daily basis. Is this really the fundemental reason we find ourselves in the Middle East. This I believe, is exactly what Einstein feared, dictatorships running governments during a time of arm proliferation and technology that most poor nations can now dabble in. I believe if he were alive today he would be hammering this point home.

We all know what we really fear in the mideast, Just what the most intelligent mind of the 20 th century thought. Lets get it done. Stick that in your bong and smoke it liberals.....
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