" A War Cry...... Soldier vs Big Community of Poor People"

A day that will never be forgotten and what is the cause?.... An endless battle between the mind and the human race. Tragedy filled with complex events. A family filled with grief,despair, confusion ,over what is happening. Is this fight on going? A nation united in safety and peace but with eyes and mouths in the very war that they have long neglected. War against people at the brink of poverty and people of defense among the wars and social strife. But, what is the problem? Is there peace then? But, we do not realize in our minds that the power and money,the people in power give to the armed forces is beyond the normal citizens. A loud and sad cry for mourning, stomach cramps in hunger, worsineng illnesses that cannot be filled with relief and heart wounds that cannot be given enough nourishment and affection. Thus , otthers have dont bad deeds and become involved in crime. What exactly are we fighting for?!! A big question with no concrete answers!!!!!!

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