الحرب العالمية الثالثة – World War II

My dog “Baroud” didn’t sleep well last night. We stayed up a little bit more late than the usual, my grand daughter and I. Her flight to Detroit-USA is early morning and she had too many unfinished questions still open, to Address. We talked.

Her mission to Detroit is basically to trace back the roots of mass production and consumerism culture. She is proceeding with her PhD in cars, CocaCola and Fox News.

She explained elaborately that between 2011 and 2019 the WWIII erupted, and how so-called then third world countries fought bravely. She explained how except very modest portion of enlightened First World citizens, the majority of citizens in these FW countries were too late to comprehend and alley.

Baroud was listening carefully and he barked unsatisfied just once during the whole conversation, only when she mentioned the word Human Rights. Rita smiled, touched his neck and continued her explanation.

She asked me why i made the choice to freeze myself and come back to life after four years. And i explained how just bored i was.

Her article will be published soon i asked her to quote her only for this portion of diet:

Syrians, Palestinians, Egyptians, Iraqi, Tunisians, Libyans, and all the people of the region except Israeli, including myself, took the wild human choice of discovering life. Of breaking the status quo even if that would have cost them to loose their roots and roofs. It was s fight against consumerism, not against a political or social construct. People were just too sick of being treated like products, of being consumable. And the bills of human rights per the united nations practices were giving those humans in the best case scenarios a recyclable legal status. That was just too much for a human to bear

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Photo: Landon Meier

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