Is the American Mainstream Being Undermines By the Third World? What Say You?
Commenting on her book ‘Third World America’, Arianna Huffington says: “Growing up in Greece, everyone knew someone who’d left to find a better life in America. That was the phrase everyone associated with America: “a better life.” When I came to live here in 1980, I knew there was no other place I’d rather live.
Thirty years later, I still feel that way. But something went wrong — terribly wrong — and put our country on a very dangerous path that threatens to transform us into Third World America. It’s a jarring phrase, I know, but I decided to make that the title of my new book, which is being released today, as a warning — to make it clear that if we don’t change course that could very well be our future. But the book is not just a critique of the many ways things are broken — it’s a practical guide for how to fix them.”
We are all humans and members of a group of mammals called Homo sapiens.We have the same genetic structures and have different complexions which have evolved to combat the irradiation from the sun. Even the so-called First World people like to sun themselves and are proud of their tans.But when a guy with a permanent tan, due to the melanocytes under his epidermis comes along, it becomes a problem for the pale people.Pale people have cancer of the skin, the darker one’s don’t. So it’s lovely and useful to have a darker skin. The cream de la cream from the Third World bring their knowledge of technology,medicine and the arts to the American and European mainstream. The Third World professionals earn money in the USA and Europe, but they also pay taxes in the respective countries.So what are pale faced people sulking about? Tot me, as a writer and poet, it sounds like a brown-shirt argument. Oops,I forgot to mention that I haven’t read the book as yet. Even Thilo Sarrazin has brought out a book deriding the moslem section of the German population and their so-called desire of foreigners not to integrate themselves in the German mainstream. A lot of explaining, intercultural, transcultural work to be done in this matter in Germany, Europe and in the USA.
I’m for togetherness (Miteinander), tolerance, respect for others,no matter what their colour, creed,genetic or geographical, language or cultural differences,one world,one planet, one heaven, one hell,a universal God,spirituality and compassion towards living beings,love of Nature and the wonderful plants and animals it bestows us with. Did I forget anything? Shanti, Om shanti! Amen..