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April 14, 2008

The pen is mightier than the sword.

Filed under: News and politics — thenonconformer @ 1:17 am

Why do I write?
The pen is mightier than the sword” is an adage coined by Edward Bulwer-Lytton in 1839, thus so is the keyboard now too. But you have to send the letter to the right person, the person who now  has the ability, power to make the positive changes now too.
I used to merely read the news, now instead freely I often do even help news editors to write news stories. Firstly I really cannot start to deal with all the injustices in the world. I for sure cannot fight for everyone and help all of them in their own battles in this world. In fact I often do even need help in even  fighting my own battles, my own injustices in this world. But what I can do is when I now have witnessed some major  wrong doings, I can rightfully stand up against it, by exposing  it in writing to the right parties. The pen is mightier than the sword. Public exposure and prosecution of the bad guys will best serve everyone’s best interest.
The pen is mightier than the sword and thus next even the false opposition towards many  writers appropriate free speech is not unexpected of course.. bad cops and bad pastors especially do not seem to like me exposing them and demanding justice being adequately served on them too. Many other bad guys now too.. Too bad for them.
Unfortunately some others bad persons now have also learned the power of the pen and also how to play both the cultural, race cards, and use their own pen in their opposition to the free speech of others.
They also would like to propose new or changes to the governmental laws  making criminals of anyone who had voiced critical or  satirical opinions of any other person’s  religious beliefs,  or practices for example and that is mostly  often an absurd demand, a false denial of one’s free speech.
Especially in the light that rather too often  the same demanding, complaining  religious group, denomination itself does not uphold their own preaching  too often, and is itself often guilty  of discrimination, spreading hatred towards others, even supporting terrorists too.
It has been often amazing to me as to how many persons who complain of racial, religious, ethnic discrimination that they still themselves also do the same thing.
People who preach laws too often do not live them and that for sure includes most preachers, and now many cops, pastors,  civil and public servants in Canada   now too.
That itself is very revealing, hypocritical.
PS: Also now anyone in Canada today holding   any celebrations and accepting, glorifying  any past violence  in Canada now is also unacceptable..
Sikh assassins of Gandhi defended as ‘martyrs’ –    SURREY, BC – People attending a parade to celebrate Vaisakhi, the most important date in the Sikh calendar, defended defended placards honouring the assassins of former Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi and a retired Indian army general as free speech on Saturday… placards that falsely approved of past acts of violence too.

“The Sikh extremists who are proud of the carnage and violence cast an ugly stain on all East Indians living in Canada.

The Public veneration of any Sikhs either considered or known to be murderers represents a cultural arrogance — a one-fingered salute to the mores of this country.” and to all peace loving, law abiding Canadians now too.

How iroinc is it now too that  the same people who claim they are peace loving celibrate the violent acts  of others.

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