Thursday, January 22, 2009

Elisenda Pastó Considers The New President

About The New "Hope"

There is a new face in the political arena. The whole United States and the world have been waiting for that change, and supposedly now it is here. I want to think like most of the people, I guess, that the new president of The USA is going to change the way that things have gone. He has a big job in front of him about all these issues: economic, health, wars, environment, poverty, and so on.

In his speeches, he talks about peace, tolerance and respect for other countries, cultures, and religions, but he didn't say anything about the conflict in Palestine or another humanitarian crises around the world. I know that he is in his first days of his administration, and he is going to close Guantanamo, the biggest shame of these years for all of us, and that is a really good example that there are new directions and new compromises of this new government.

But, it's important to remember that the one of the counties that is always looking for wars is the United States. Anyone of us can see that in any war around the world, The USA is there, and not always as a humanitarian help, or as a neutral army. The latest presidents of that country started so many wars, and I think that one war is too many. I hope, like everybody, that this is going to change.

Obama has a lot of work to do, and it's necessary that all the amazing countries help him to do it, with patience, but struggling hard to get it. He is not God, he's just another human, and we must not forget that.

Another world is possible!!!! Yes, we can!

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