E-mail; Are You Kidding?

e-mailI received an e-mail:

Dear ****head!

I bet money that you would never say all the things you do – if you still lived in the US! I think you are just tough acting because you can’t be stopped as easy! Come home and see what they do to you!

You have **** for Brains!

I saw that letter and almost tossed it due to cussing, then I thought about what they said. It is a simple minded message and has a simple minded hidden meaning, that they never intended to express…

Number one, they would have lost money, because in America, I was much worse than I am now! I have had to mellow due to six heart attacks, but in my time I have been beaten for asking why? I have been jailed for interfering when someone is being abused by the police! I have stood toe to toe against the KKK when a black boy was being wronged. I have stood toe to toe against the locals in many places I have lived.  I have walked into dozens of fights knowing I would be on the bad end of things. I have been blackmailed to keep quiet and I have been strong armed by big corporations and federal people…

All because I would ask why and I would express what I thought was wrong with the situation at hand…

Number two, the person just expressed what is so commonly being expressed by Americans time and time again. I see it in articles, comments and conversations! Americans are scared of their government…

The underlining message in the nasty e-mail is: You would be suppressed if you lived in the USA!

Come home and see what they do to you!” – Makes you feel all warm and fuzzy…

Think about what they said…

I think they are right and they didn’t mean to be right about that particular issue…

Posted by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

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A survivor of six heart attacks and a brain tumor, a grumpy bear of a man, who has declared Russia as his new and wonderful home (&) Honestly, I have no idea how much to ask for, but is a gift of even $1 something you'd be able to consider, to help keep Windows to Russia online in a Tiny Russian Village?