Today I read over a social networking site a ‘criminologist’ state that the country needs to kick all immigrants out of the U.K based on the events in Woolich.
Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you the future employees of the criminal justice sector.
Just a quick entry about the current situation in Boston before I nip to uni.
- I think it’s sad to see there are already assumptions on who may have planted the explosions, especially if people from a particular group were not involved.
- Inflicting terror on innocent people is never excusable nor acceptable.
- I think you have to look at why somebody has wanted to inflict terror upon people. Somebody has went out their way to do this, there is cause and effect. Until the person/s are identified it’s hard to make good comment on reasoning but normally an act of terror is through indifferences with who they are targetting e.g. religion, clash of cultures and quite often through not being accepted within society, people react with things such as terror attacks. I’m in no way whatsoever defending terrorists because I don’t condemn their actions but unless there is more education on minorities of people within society and the continuity of isolating members of the public stays, then terror will always exist. You’ve got to learn to understand each other, accept each other and live alongside each other if terror is ever to become a thing of the past. (To re-iterate, I’m not passing assumptions on any particular group of people but regardless of who they are, their beliefs, where they come from the above still applies to most if not all terrorist attacks).
- I’m all for everyone sending messages of support to Boston but ‘pray for’ is too regularly used by those who are either athiest or agnostic etc. Pray to who? The God who allowed this tragedy to happen in the first place?
Today has been a good posi day.
Woke up to getting an A in an essay
Got a job as a barmaid at a local pub
Got an interview in Newcastle for another job
Talked with the senior manager of Enthusiasm to get the ball rolling ready for returning to uni.
I can start saving for America!