Alan Bush schrieb:
> It is primarily a Euro-American thing to apologize for past wrongs; nobody
> else bothers much with it.
> The Pope apologized for the Crusades, but will the Muslims ever apologize
> for trying to conquer Europe?
> But of course we have a "therapy culture" and they don't.
That might be right, Niall. Well, as some of you might know, I live in Germany,
and I experienced it so often while staying in another country such as France or
even the US, people yelled "Heil Hitler" at us, as soon as they regocnized where
we came from. That made me sad somehow. They keep us feeling guilty of the
happenings in the 30s and 40s here in this country, although that happend to a
time where even my mother wasn't born. This feeling of being bad lasts
throughout the years and goes on from generation to generation. There were other
countries also having cruelty in their history - but they blackmail us as being
the scapegoat. Sometimes that makes me sick. Has our generation really still to
pay for all these things in the past? I think that we are differend from the
people of the age of Hitler. There might be some who are not, but the majority
is. - This is just an example for steady apologizes for past wrongs and how this
He was alive...
The angel had come down from heaven to live - as mortal man beneath mortal
people and to fight for humankind as one of them.
And as the horizone began to gloom among the light of the rising sun, the Lord
of the Angels had become a man...
("Toto Animo", 2. Book of "To Kingdom Come", WIP)
KIT-X aka Kitty
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