Accept, not fight or control

I would like to accept the end of war vs. terrorism now that Osama bin Laden was killed. Needed: the acceptance of Arab culture, religion, enthusiasm; not accept as much, that I would make this behavior to my own style. But let them do what they want to do. No more trying to educate or control strange cultures. Like in Afghanistan. Pakistan. Libya. Serbia. Kosovo. Would have the (bitter?) result: to vote consequently and cool for troop withdrawal. Beginning of my considerings: bin-Laden-killed

P.S.:
Read about the political big failure dimension of chess genius Bobby Fischer, but he was an IQ-hero nevertheless, though I can’t accept his political decisions and statements:
Bobby Fischer, IQ 184, world chess champion of 1972 (in Reykjavík, vs. Boris Spasski), died aged 64 (March 9, 1943 – January 17, 2008): He left the USA (police wanted to arrest him because he had supported Serbia – [Germany could have accused him because he said there wasn't any Holocaust]), then he tried to hide in Japan, was caught there without passport – but Reykjavík gave asylum; they said, he suffered under paranoia – but he was prosecuted (by law) + persecuted (by yellow press) in reality, that hasn’t been any sign for mental illness… read more on wikipedia at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobby_Fischer
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Knight
photo of an old chess figure by frizztext

what do you think about the old spiritual lyrics:

I’m going to lay down my sword and shield, down by the riverside …
TROY / Machiavelli
photo of a TROY helmet by frizztext linked with some articles about Machiavelli

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8 responses to “Accept, not fight or control

  1. An interesting subject. But is the death of Osama really the end of terrorism? Time will tell (unfortunately).

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