EN: Warning: This post is over two years old, so it's possible that the views, opinions, links or instructions reflected on it do not correspond with the way I think now or the way things currently work. I have evolved (and so have the World and the Internet), so it might be advisable to just take this entry for a glimpse into the (my) past. 🙂

ES: Atención: Este artículo tiene más de dos años de antigüedad, de modo que los puntos de vista, opiniones e instrucciones que se vierten en él pueden no corresponder con cómo pienso ahora o cómo funcionan las cosas en la actualidad. He evolucionado (y también lo han hecho el mundo e Internet), así que probablemente lo más recomendable sería entender esta entrada como un simple reflejo del (de mi) pasado. 🙂

Now that I have recovered (partially) from the maternal instint attack I was suffering when I was writing last entry, it’s time for a political stroke :geeked:. Yeah, whatever :P.

A lot of fellow estadounidenses (yep, in Spanish we’ve got a word for people who are from the USA, we use “Americans” for Argentinians as well as for Canadians, for instance) are sympathising the rest of the World because of Bush continuing in the White House for four more years.

I know that the USA is a huge country with a great number of great people living in it. The fact that a few abnormals live there too doesn’t make me think that there are no sensible people round there…

So I find these sites somewhat interesting.


I cannot help feeling a bit offended by the fact of everybody taking for granted that the ruler of the USA is the ruler of the World. Even if that is a painful truth, it doesn’t mean to be that way. I don’t feel that Bush, or any other president of the USA has the right to lead the destiny of my country nor any other country but the USA without the consent of other countries. But I don’t think it is USA government or Bush’s fault, it’s the fault of those countries and people with a strong inferiority complex and senseless enough to let that nerd act on his own.

I’m sure you’ve heard lot’s of time the question “why did everybody let Hitler do what he did?” As you can see, it happen nowadays too :dead:.



  1. Hi! I ended up here by accident (if it’s possible) and found your last
    entry a little offensive. I voted for J. Kerry and not pleased I am
    that George Walker won the thing but still USA even under Bush leadership
    does something about the matters troubling the world what cannot be
    said about Spain… :think:

  2. I don’t know exactly what you mean by that: Spain is focused on its own stuff as well as on building Europe, which is its own stuff too.

    I don’t want to offend anyone in any way, honestly, but in my humble opinion, before acting as the savior of the world, the USA government -or any other government in the world- should matter about their own stuff first. :smh:.

    So you voted for Kerry… Did you went there personally or you did it by mail, from Lodz? Interesting… Anyway, I don’t think him to be much better than Bush. For me, Clinton is far more intelligent, regardless of his private life, which is not that bad, by the way.

    Oh, and I am pretty sure that you didn’t came here by “accident” 😉 Welcome all the same :D.

  3. I didn’t expect reply nor that I come here again for some reason but I did so…”by accident” I meant was looking for “Porcelain” and somehow find myself at “porcelana” then diletante and – here I am. But this time for the last time (I guess). Did I vote by mail…? :think: Well I don’t know what you mean by that. Actually I’m from Turku (seaside city in Finland – http://www.turku.fi ) I know that means I’m not a 100% american but…who is? 🙄 I live in Ohio and there I did my voting. And YES I know Ohio was disaster for Kerry and I was probably the only one who gave him a vote there. And I wrote what I wrote because as you said yourself everyone should mind their own stuff so…please leave Bush alone his our torn. And America is build on variety of ppl so America should represents them all around the world that include protect those who cannot protect themselves. That’s my oppinion. Wow that was long. You don’t have to reply I don’t know if read it (but I probably will…if you do reply… :whistle: ). Well thanks for your welcome and all the best to you!

  4. That’s what I meant since the very beginning: people from the USA don’t have to ask for forgiveness to the rest of the world because of THEIR decision. If people from the USA want to choose Bush is ok, but the rest of the world doesn’t have to see him involved in things that he doesn’t know how to handle.
    Anyway, you are right: live and let live…

    And you have come back, as you can see… :smh:.

  5. Heh, I truly did my come back again and again and…I don’t know why really, you must be some sort of a magnet I guess 😉 I even slowly start regreting to be about to get married this very summer (yes – end of freedom sweet freedom 😥 ). Well we don’t ask for forgivness I know about this sites you mentioned but I don’t see a reason to them. Ppl who never find themselves in a heat of a battle shouldn’t protest those who are currently “occupied” by the war. But what I meant by “offensive” was that you put Bush along with Hitler. That’s pretty unfair. Every region got their own form of “one sided leadership” throughout the last century. USSR got Stalin and soviets, Germans got Hitler and nazis, Italians got Mussolini, Cuba got Castro, Far East got Mibu Clan, Indonesia got Suharto, Iraq got Saddam and Spain got Franco. As you can see Hitler wasn’t the only one who cause sh*t to the world and Bush is way far from that. So…

  6. I absolutely don’t agree with you for one simple reason: no one should allow anyone to deal with their stuff. Your country did deal with my country’s stuff and the outcome is: we will never even reach any kind of a standard.

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