...but now I think the medias and politicians has been cried their crocodile tears long enough. It was a terrible natural catastrophe. Probably more than 200,000 has died. It's good that people collect money and so on... -but 200,000 is just the number of children dying of undernourishment every week. -And do not forget that the medias has a ethical obligation in the way they select the news. For each more minute they spend on the tsunami = 1 minute taken away from other catastrophes, like the one in Darfur, for instance. And governmental fiscal contributions follow the medias, cuz the medias are the temple of the voters. Ofcourse countries of the "coalition" - with Bush as the leader - are very eager to donate aid to the victims of the tsunami-victims. Big media-stunt; then Bush and company really have their chance playing the good guys, as all intelligent people by now should know, that Iraq has becomed a new Vietnam. All the newyear-speach of the danish prime-minister was about the tsunami; a speach totally cleaned of politics. That was a good chance for him to avoid talking of his big mistake supporting Bushs crusade in Iraq. ...and, btw, would you honestly think that the tsunami-event would last two weeks in the media, if there was no european or american dead among the probably 200,000 casualties? I don't think so. If all 200,000 were indonesian and indian, the "story" would only have 2 minutes in the news the day the catastrophe happened. Cynical? Maybe... but that's the way capitalism and false ideology works in reality. Let's do something about it soon; I hope time will soon be ready for a revolve. by other words: it's easier for people like Bush and Blair to cry about natures victims, than the victims they cause themselves. I don't believe in their crocodile tears. I can see right through people like Bush, Blair, and the danish prime minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, no matter what kinda tricks they try to play me (and no matter how high they can manage to build a wall between me and them). That scares them, and that's why we've got something called "police". love and understanding, -noose.