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    Яαgιи Яαvєи
    Cairo, Egypt
    Wanting people to listen, you can't just tap them on the shoulder anymore. You have to hit them with a sledgehammer, and then you'll notice you've got their strict attention.
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Tapping at my chamber door

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And then he spoke

"You want to know what the crime of the century is?

Is it the WW2 Jewish holocaust? Hiroshima and Nagasaki? It's 2006 now. Most of the people surviving now have only read about the holocaust in history books written by Jewish scholars. The Japanese mushroom cloud that used to be the most tragic scene of disaster has now transformed into becoming a ready made still image to be used in award-winning commercial documentaries about tragedies or to portray a figment of a lead character's nightmare in a Hollywood flick.

The crime of the century is the indifference of good men. So you want to tell me that there is still good out there. Muslims? Jews? Christian children of god and Jesus? Buddhists? They all believe in saving your ass for your children's sake, teach them to become stronger men than they ever were. Yesterday it was the struggle for human rights, religion; the struggle for faith... but here's the beef that's going to kill you; today they all row the same boat towards an indifferent society, where nothing of real value matters. They've all become obnoxious pricks seeking and needing the sight of value in each others' eyes. Arrogance is what marks the end.

I am here because of their indifference."

He said that… and then I woke up…

and everything was still the same.

I am here because of their tolerance

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