Currently showing we have a hit from Iran. We have had hits from China, many of the Eastern Block countries, and we feel significantly, Iraq and Afghanistan.
What is interesting to explore sometimes is what the people from other countries are reading. For Instance, from Australia we often see the hits pertain to motorcycle clubs and motorcycle rights. Considering the government crackdown on "Bikers" rights and by extension, individual rights, we can understand why.
From Canada it is most often related to MC Club news.
Western Europe and the UK also hit the MC club news fairly heavy, but interestingly enough they also hit the posts about U.S. government intrusion on individual rights.
In the U.K.'s instance I can't help but wonder sometimes if they are laughing at what we have become after freeing ourselves from the kind only to enslave ourselves to the corporate/governance alliance.
After all, like Canada, they have no problem putting 4000 "bikers" on the road over bikers rights issues. We on the other hand are lucky to get a couple hundred, if we beg and promise boots, booze and booze.
I sometimes imagine the French shaking their heads in disgust when after all, we would have never free'd ourselves from the king with out their help.
But what sometimes brings me close to tears is when I see what the hits from Iraq, Afghanistan and the like are reading. Because when they read this site they read about how hard it is for us gather support enough to provide them with the honors and respect they so rightfully deserve.
Because those who follow this site are aware that so many of our efforts to gain that for them are met with failure. Not because the opposition is so strong. But because WE are so weak.
But then in it would appear that we are increasingly becoming a nation that knows no shame.
The Roar of the silence and denial sends a very loud and clear message.
God Grant Me the Serenity To Accept the Things I Cannot Change
The Courage to Change the Things I Can
The Wisdom to Know the Difference
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