Yesterday I have seen the movie Avatar. I liked, this, in my opinion, well achieved, it has very good effects and the possibility of being able to see it in 3D makes it more appealing and interesting. Even so, have gone cinema room very depressed and disappointed, and not by the film itself, or because I do not liked. But I left disappointed, perhaps, of the world in which we live. I am impressed by the ability of human beings to create war, death and destruction.
And the more RT is the place from where this comes: ignorance. We are ignorant when we do not know something, and more ignorant we become while more we close our minds to the things that try to tell us that there is a different way of living, because, without a doubt, we are in need of a better way of living.We have never had the opportunity of knowing, for example, to the Vietnamese or the Iraqis. And I am not referring to what we are told of them on television. I mean to be there shoulder to shoulder beside her. Learn about their customs, needs, joys and sorrows, their families, their children and elders, their feelings, so real and intense such as ours. However, we have seen in the front row as cruel wars against them, where, as in any war, only created pain and destruction were being held.
I’m not here to judge any political cause or economic, both what was said openly to justify such acts, such as publish what has been hidden from view to carry out such acts. But I’m here to say that a war never, never, it is justifiable. It is a cruel and savage, act much more savage than any aboriginal that respects nature and all forms of life. Because that is the savagery? does this really measured by a society technological capacity? does this really measured by the power, for the money? Maybe, just maybe, this related to the capacity of a society to behave like civilized beings, through respect and common sense, two things that are completely absent in a scenario of war, where destroy and intimidate people, through suffering is the only one committed.