We are Going to Live on Mars

Written by Arthur Zulu

Continued from page 1

First, you would be photographed and finger printed. Then you would be required to pass through a machine that would search even your inside for weapon possession. And then psychiatrists would have to examine your brain for mental fitness. Meanwhile,repparttar Interpol is double checking your past for any hint of crime record.

If you pass all of these, you would then go torepparttar 126003 moon for space travel orientation and survival drills. The course is rigorous because it includes how to survival on zero gravity, survival without oxygen, and how to survive below freezing point. If you pass that, then you have to think of how to pay your ticket fee to Mars. Becauserepparttar 126004 amount is equalrepparttar 126005 annual budget of poor nations. And because we are not going to turn to spirits and fly to Mars.

Since Mars is a very cold place, departure torepparttar 126006 planet will be in this order. Those who live inrepparttar 126007 polar regions--repparttar 126008 coldest spots on earth -- will go first. In that case, Greenlanders and Netherlanders inrepparttar 126009 north, andrepparttar 126010 Australians and New Zealanders down under, would make uprepparttar 126011 first settlement in Mars. ‘Lucky' folks. The Europeans and Americans would follow. Of courserepparttar 126012 Africans who are sun friendly, would bringrepparttar 126013 rear.

Whenrepparttar 126014 good people would have been ‘spirited' to Mars, a rocket would be sent back to earth with fire to burnrepparttar 126015 terrorists,repparttar 126016 murderers,repparttar 126017 robbers, andrepparttar 126018 religious fanatics. (Since they are not with us, they are against us)

Up there in Mars, there would be no terrorist, because no one is allowed to carry guns. Exceptrepparttar 126019 governors of Mars who maderepparttar 126020 Martian dream a reality. And in an atmosphere of peace, we recline onrepparttar 126021 red planet and drink our red wines -- made in Mars of course.

Many years after,repparttar 126022 story would be told to our grand-children of how a certain earth was destroyed. And they would look down from Mars and pity former planet earth. But I fear that after our generation is gone, some terrorists would spring up from Mars and our grandchildren would destroyrepparttar 126023 planet and head for Jupiter and pass onrepparttar 126024 story to their grandchildren.

Now letrepparttar 126025 journey begin.

ARTHUR ZULU an editor and book reviewer, isrepparttar 126026 author ofrepparttar 126027 controversial book, CHASING SHADOWS!: A Dream. (A book that revealsrepparttar 126028 terrorists' master plan to finally setrepparttar 126029 world on fire!) For a copy ofrepparttar 126030 book and FREE excerpt, goto: http://www.1stbooks.com/bookview/21013 For contacts, mailto: mostcontroversialwriter@yahoo.com

ARTHUR ZULU an editor and book reviewer, is the author of the controversial book, CHASING SHADOWS!: A Dream. (A book that reveals the terrorists' master plan to finally set the world on fire!) For a copy of the book and FREE excerpt, goto: http://www.1stbooks.com/bookview/21013 For contacts, mailto: mostcontroversialwriter@yahoo.com

The 25 Fallacies of President Bush's State of the Union Address on Terrorism ( Part 2 )

Written by Arthur Zulu

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Fallacy 18. "Had we failed to act, Security Council resolution on Iraq would have been revealed as empty threats, weakeningrepparttar United Nations and encouraging defiance by dictators aroundrepparttar 126002 world. For all who love freedom and peace,repparttar 126003 world without Saddam Hussein's regime is a better and safer world." The UN is already weakened by this one-man show and it will soon be scrapped likerepparttar 126004 League of Nations before it. "Instead of alienating our allies," said Nancy Pelosi, " let us work with them and international institutions so that together we can preventrepparttar 126005 proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and keep them out ofrepparttar 126006 hands of terrorists." Saddam Hussein is notrepparttar 126007 ‘black devil' that will singularly ‘vanish'repparttar 126008 world.

The dictators are still defiant, and will continue to be defiant. North Korea is daring America andrepparttar 126009 world with her weapons of mass destruction, and is busy exporting it to other countries. And Nigeria,repparttar 126010 ‘giant' of Africa, is suspected to be acquiring missiles from this reclusive country in order to take care of allrepparttar 126011 ‘failed states' surrounding her. (Did someone say that Nigeria is also a ‘failed state'?) Not right. It only has a ‘local' Taliban. But instead of re-enacting a regime change in North Korea as in Iraq, America is beggingrepparttar 126012 country to play ball—two sides ofrepparttar 126013 same coin. Or it is because there are no oil wells inrepparttar 126014 ‘renegade' country? And wait a moment: Is anyone thinking of Fidel Castro? No, perhaps because he doesn't have an Arab blood, and he lives inrepparttar 126015 Far West. ( Is it true that Bush wants to killrepparttar 126016 old fishermen?)

Fallacy 19. "Some critics have said our duties in Iraq must be internationalized. This particular criticism is hard to explain to our partners in Britain, Australia, Japan... andrepparttar 126017 17 other countries that have committed troops to Iraqi." This list does not include allrepparttar 126018 permanent members ofrepparttar 126019 Security Council. France, Russia and China are missing. Even Germany, is not inrepparttar 126020 list. OK,repparttar 126021 reason is that it belongs to ‘Old Europe.' No, make it Axis of Weasels.

So, what can be said ofrepparttar 126022 countries that made uprepparttar 126023 coalition ofrepparttar 126024 willing? They must have hadrepparttar 126025 Bush mantra atrepparttar 126026 back of their minds: ‘If you are not with us, then you are against us.' Which nation does not want to be a friend of America? Think of American favors and financial rewards—and lucrative contracts in Iraq.

Fallacy 20. "Fromrepparttar 126027 beginning, America has sought international support for operations in Afganistan and Iraq." What is true of Afganistan can not be said of Iraq. A former Bush government official has revealed that fromrepparttar 126028 inception of George Bush's regime, it has been his resolve to over run Iraq and over throw Saddam. He didn't need international support to do so. Who was that former German government official who called Bush a Nazi? (These Germans know how to fish for trouble.)

Fallacy 21. "America will never seek a permission slip to defendrepparttar 126029 security of our people." That's a contradiction. Let's put it better: America did not seek international support for its war on Iraq.

Fallacy 22. "I believe that God has planted in every heartrepparttar 126030 desire to live in freedom. And even when that desire is crushed by tyranny for decades, it will rise again." That's very poetic. Butrepparttar 126031 poets are lying now, for there is an irony in that line. Becauserepparttar 126032 desire ‘to live in freedom' from those ‘crushed by tyranny for decades' is one ofrepparttar 126033 things that cause terrorism. The Palestinians know better. There is so much injustice and oppression in this world. And as long as man continues to dominate man to his injury, (to paraphrase King Solomon) terrorism will never end.

Fallacy 23. "To cut throughrepparttar 126034 barrier of hateful propaganda,repparttar 126035 Voice of America and other broadcast services are expanding their programming in Arabic and Persian and soon a new television service will begin providing reliable news and information acrossrepparttar 126036 region." The Arabs prefer Arabic radio and TV stations torepparttar 126037 Western media, which they view as sources ofrepparttar 126038 U.S. government propaganda. Therefore it is not reliable.

Fallacy 24. "And above all, we will finishrepparttar 126039 historic work of democracy in Afganistan and Iraq, so that those nations can lightrepparttar 126040 way for others, and help transform a troubled part ofrepparttar 126041 world." The grammarians call this wordiness. Ifrepparttar 126042 big democracies have not transformed a troubled world, is it these two hurriedly assembled ‘democracies' that will changerepparttar 126043 world? That would berepparttar 126044 1st wonder ofrepparttar 126045 new millenium. What a wonderful world!

Fallacy 25. "We have no desire to dominate, no ambition of empire." Was that a slip ofrepparttar 126046 tongue? Because that's howrepparttar 126047 world sees America—another cause of terrorism. It is no wonder that many young Arabs blamerepparttar 126048 US for their political and economic woes. In fact, they believe that American domination and her regime change policy would continue to sweep through Arab lands—from Iraq to Iran, Syria, North Korea, and who knows, some North African country.

The State ofrepparttar 126049 Union speech on terror, therefore, is full of doublespeak. Let us not coverrepparttar 126050 cracks onrepparttar 126051 wall. But let us begin by askingrepparttar 126052 right questions. What isrepparttar 126053 cause of terrorism? Is manrepparttar 126054 solution orrepparttar 126055 cause? Can terrorism be completely wiped out fromrepparttar 126056 face ofrepparttar 126057 earth? Isrepparttar 126058 world a better or worse place sincerepparttar 126059 war on terror, and what isrepparttar 126060 way out?

The world has gone through many dead-end passages in its history—from Vietnam to Pearl Harbor, from Bosnia to Rwanda and from Afganistan to Iraq. When would we seerepparttar 126061 light atrepparttar 126062 end ofrepparttar 126063 passage? Why can we not live in peace and security on this earth? Why is there so much hate in this world?

It is my hope that we begin to addressrepparttar 126064 political, economic, social, religious, health and environmental problems that give rise to this evil, and not byrepparttar 126065 wanton destruction of lives and property. That isrepparttar 126066 only way for generations unborn to see this earth.

If onrepparttar 126067 other hand, we continue chasing shadows, we will wake up one day to find thatrepparttar 126068 terrorists have setrepparttar 126069 earth on fire. And then we would all jump intorepparttar 126070 sea to surviverepparttar 126071 conflagration. And think ofrepparttar 126072 sharks and whales later. But too late. The world has ended!


ARTHUR ZULU, an editor and book reviewer, isrepparttar 126073 controversial author ofrepparttar 126074 best-selling book, CHASING SHADOWS!: A Dream. (A book that revealsrepparttar 126075 terrorists' master plan to finally setrepparttar 126076 world on fire!)

For a copy ofrepparttar 126077 book and FREE excerpt, goto:


For contacts, mailto:


ARTHUR ZULU, an editor and book reviewer, is the controversial author of the best-selling book, CHASING SHADOWS!: A Dream. (A book that reveals the terrorists' master plan to finally set the world on fire!)

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