Friday, 4 July 2008


Right now, I feel that there are many misconceptions around the world about America. They feel that we are oppressors, tyrants, greedy, monstrous people. But I beg to differ. We have been misrepresented. From my travels around the country, I can tell you that Americans are kind-hearted, generous and fun-loving people.

It's just that the government--rather the current administration--does not reflect the same values.

This election year, I hope that things will definitely change. I feel that we will once again be friends. Change is in the air and I am ever so excited!

Honor the past. Look to the Future. Change what is needed in the present.

Hope. We live on it.


Quentin X said...

If the electoral system produced a government that does not reflect the values of the people, then there is something wrong with the system. I do agree it is time for change.

John Halcyon von Rothschild said...

quentin- i hope that the American people have woken up and seen their mistakes.

Eros said...

I agree with you. I think Americans are one of the friendliest people on earth. A friend of mine who had a first-hand experience with Americans could attest of their geniality. But it's just hard to unbend the misconception other people have to them, or to your people.