Tuesday, November 14, 2006

American Election 2006

Well, you have lost your war.

I am sorry America. But you have lost, and now the Moslemics will win, and defeat you in Iraq. Now, I am not an American citizen, and so did not vote, plus I think that your "democracy" is mostly stupidity and madness, but I do have to say that I feel very strongly that this is your own fault.

I have read much history since coming to America, and one subject of particular interest to me is ancient Rome. Rome began as a republic, like your United States, and was very successful in becoming a great power. But then the rot set in. The Romeans lost the will to fight, to defend themselves. They lost themselves in carnal pleasures, and strange faiths infiltrated them.

America has now reached this stage. The Romeans were unable to recover, and became degraded. So too will it happen to the Americans. I am sorry.

2 Comments:

At 12:24 AM, Blogger Kurt said...

This is the only post of yours I've read so far, but you're using a major fallacy (that fallacy being post hoc, ergo propter hoc) in your assertion that because the Romans fell to carnal desires that we, too, will fall.

And if you know anything, you'll know that using any sort of fallacy immediately makes you look like you don't know what you're talking about and that you're just rambling.

Democracy is the best system of government there is right now. It may be at somewhat of a low point in America right now, so I'm fine with you bashing the U.S. government, but don't bash democracy until you come up with a better idea.

 
At 4:35 PM, Blogger Jeneliya desha Nismukanian said...

Actually, you are misunderstanding the meaning of "post hoc ergo propter hoc". I do not speak Latin, but I have come across this phrase many times in my readings and it does not mean what you think it means. "Post hoc ergo propter hoc": After the thing, therefore due to the thing. I am not claiming that the Roman Empire falling will cause the American Empire to fall (how could it?), but I am noting a similarity between their circumstances and the Americans.

 

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