Truth and Shadows
This summer season of contrived “terror” and “rage” has left many wondering whether the world has gone completely mad and whether chaos is the new normal.
I would say it has – and it is – but not for the same reasons our media and authorities would have us believe.
There have been so many “terrorist” attacks – or apparent ones – in the past couple of months in the U.S., France, Germany, and Japan that it’s hard to keep up (and we’re not even counting the serious violence in Syria, Iraq, Bangladesh, and other countries we’re conditioned not to care much about). Just as we get a handle on one event, another yanks our attention somewhere else.
Those who can’t bring themselves to believe that some of these mass killings, or alleged mass killings, might not be what they appear to be, instead wring their hands and talk about how the world has become darker and more dangerous than ever before. And they fear that no place, and no one, is safe.