The United States of America,
P.O Box 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW,
20500- Washington, DC.
I would like to bring to your attention the human rights abuses and the suffering of humanity. My conscience hurts when I remember the ongoing killings in the current war. It is true that we may judge that even our own are being killed, but I have a different opinion Mr. President.A different approach of terrorism would change the current situation and bring greater good to humanity. While we are happy for the victory as a nation, do not forget Mr. President that a two year old child somewhere has been left fatherless. A newly wedded bride has been widowed. Someone has been left without a brother and the nation has been deprived off its young, energetic labor force. Are there no other approaches to the situation? Is it that there has always to be bloodshed to straighten up things as we may call it? These and many other questions keep on running through my mind. They keep on haunting me as a demon until I have no peace.
I believe there are better ways, safer solutions and tolerable approaches to terrorism. In deed Mr. President, we are not bringing any healing to humanity by this approach; instead, our military actions are putting the world peace in jeopardy. When terrorists kill and we respond by killing more Mr. President, is it not adding insults to injuries? I suggest that negotiations between the fighting countries be held. This will help look at the causes of war more rationally and the two can reach into a consensus. I find negotiations a better solution since it is safe, no bloodshed nor killings and the two can express their sentiments freely. This is the best way to deal with the war and restore peace in the world since it is all we need.
In conclusion, our actions as a nation are ruthless and unjust. Our military should not be used to quell violence caused by unarmed rebels in developing world.
A concerned citizen.