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Saturday, 13 April 2013

Life is nothing but a big soap opera, with an intricate plot and endless conflicts, played by animals on a stage called earth.

Many wise men have tried to discover the theme of this drama in vain. When animal actors, excluding man, are watched, their existence seems a bit logical and straightforward, but this does not apply to its main cast of Homo sapiens. This farce play is a concoction of drama, comedy and tragedy.

The producer is a staunch cold-hearted professional who seems to advocate fraud and deception, thus exonerating liars and criminals, to the limit of end justifies the means. For instance, the organizer places misleading markings on a butterfly's wings to protect the insect against predators, or applies artful camouflage to help the predator to capture its kill. William Blake's poem refers to the same plight: 'Tiger! Tiger! burning bright…Did he who made Lamb make thee'.

Then, no wonder if the Homo sapiens kill not only other animals to feed on but also own brothers Able-like for money, power, sex etc.

Categorically, this species can be classified into two major groups: one consisting of billions of worker bees and the other, comprising of a cluster of leaned men, imposters, leaders and politicians. The larger group, mobs, is willing to go down for the first group but needs to be tied down, round the clock, in order to curb its potential threats. All the security expenses, from traffic signs to you name it, of the societies are allocated to this cause.

Naturally, the crowd is too slow to understand the tricks played by the ruling elite. Additionally, the mob is too proud to admit to its follies. Therefore, the same trick is repeated day and night and the crowd fails to see it. For instance, they have heard that George V of England, Tsar Nicholas of Russia, and Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany were all cousins, grandchildren of Queen Victoria of England, all belonging to the 'House of Windsor'!, but their subjects went to war against one another and got mutilated. WWI was a war of cousins?

Based on this fact, there should be no problem understanding the latest move nowadays played on TV satellites to freak out the panicky and probably, trouble-making herds of the South and North Korea as well as Japan so that the herds follow the rule of 'herd mentality' and thus get united against the outside threat, enemy, until the tide subsides or new tricks played. Does Putin's visit to Germany, the painted nude females, have anything to do with this? Was it a message to Russia? Usually, the plots are revealed sooner or later by connecting the time dots, but intra-private messages between politicians require more time to decipher.

Well, the real problem comes from the stupid economy caused by the stupid embezzling politicians. But here is the latest prank:

North Korea: '…dispute with the South by warning foreigners to leave in case war breaks out." Ironically, the headline reads: "North Korea warns foreigners to leave South Korea.", omitting 'in case war breaks out', Euronews.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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