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One American apology to the world

  • Waterhawk
  • uploaded: Dec 31, 2009
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This is an apology to the world from one American. Whether you accept it or not the point is that we all must admit everything what we're all part of in our society. No matter how good and bad it all seems. *If you refuse doing this then why should your own government admit to anything good or wrong they do? No matter how direct or indirect you are involved with your country & government it's time that we all take a step back and see. Because humanity's progress depends on us and no one else.



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  • Waterhawk#

    Waterhawk January 20, 2010 5:46:33 PM CET

    As with all COA videos, you are loved and understood as well.

  • Bluesman4uonly#

    Bluesman4uonly December 31, 2009 6:57:44 PM CET

    I think you should offer an apology for all of the American service men and women over the years that we've had to bury on their soil trying to give the ones who want liberty, their dream. And for the aid the american red cross and other agencies has given them, not just in time of war, but during any time of need. Maybe we should offer an apology for not just letting them use our universities to get the best education, but for also in most cases, paying the bill. Maybe you should offer an apology to the hotels that you've not stayed in or the convience stores you've not shopped in, that are owned by people of these same countries, who've been set up in business by Americans with a promise that they won't fail. Or the Millions that come here and get Social Security for at least the first two years they're here, even if they are working. Or to the countries that now have our industry after the NAFTA trade agreement that sucked our business away. After all of the years you've spent in trying to educate the American public didn't you learn that it's not the public that's running the affairs here or abroad? I know you mean well about your taxes going to things you don't agree with but even if we didn't pay taxes, which you still seem to be doing, the same things would be going on by the powers that be. If you want to offer an apology, it should be to our fore fathers who wasn't afraid to stand up for the Bill of Rights and warned us that it was our right and duty to keep it in force.



 
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