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Re: Our Sacred Land
Sep 06, 2011, 19:20
Rhiannon wrote:
I might have misinterpreted you :)

Thanks. I feel ten times worse now than I did last night, but guess I should have seen it coming. Mine was just a plea coming in from a night out in a pensive state of mind - OK a folorn, plaintive, pathetic, completely naive and unrealistic plea - to one day live in an England where people don't smash up my - hell, their - town, intimidate my parents, make it damn unsafe sometimes to walk down the street.

Just a cry for the inhabitants of this island to sort out the mess that has been created allowing the above to happen. To encourage those children who may well feel they have no roots here that there is another way other than nihilism. To learn to respect their home through learning about it's past. Isn't that supposed to be a prerequisite for any community to move forward? However there are some things which clearly cannot be discussed without the inevitable implications of racism. What was I thinking?
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