T o K e rry , G a z and J a y
I a m so p ro ud o f a ll o f yo u .
One question: one answer
Cowardice asks the question - is it safe?
Expediency asks the question - is it politic?
Vanity asks the question - is it popular?
But conscience asks the question - is it right?
And there comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic nor popular; but one
must take it because it is righ t .
Dr Martin Luther King, Jr
The global monarchy
"A lot of national leaders recognise that the security of their countries depends on a good relationship with
the US, so they value the opportunity to be received at the White House - the place where all decisions are
made. When America votes [or doesn't] for the person who rules here, it has a huge effect around the
globe. If you're in a bazaar in Cairo or pushing a cart in Shanghai, that choice will have a large effect on
personal security and prosperity.
"It is therefore important for their leaders to be able to go into the Throne Room. If they're lucky when they
get there, they'll be given a bigger quota for their apples or, perhaps, American backing for the dam they
want to build because we'll vote for the loan in the World Bank. It sound arrogant, 'but it,;.. true.
"Our power is so great, and so unlikely to be challenged for many, many years, that you have to go back to
Rome for any kind of parallel. It's a misnomer to speak of the United States as being merely a super-
power. We're aSIJper-duper power, and I don't know that the world has seen one of those before."
A d m ira l S ta n sfie ld T u rn er, fo rm er h ea d o f th e C IA
Daily Telegraph, June 16th 2003
And a few people can't control the world ... ?
... it's a piece of cake ...
Free your mind ...
"If the possibility of the spiritual development of all individuals is to be secured, a second kind of outward
freedom is necessary. The development of science and of the creative activities of the spirit in g