There was a story about General Washington when his troops were just trained for the Revolutionary War. In the event of their graduation as military troops, Washington would have them watched the play about the man, the Roman Senator who made Emperor Caesar. The play, Cato, would show all the lengths of knowledge that the senator possessed and how he could easily persuade the Roman Senate to listen to Caesar. Cato was a longtime serving senator who could not gain enough popularity to become emperor even though he had all the knowledge and leadership skills. Roman was possessed with Caesar's divisiveness and military prowess. For example, Cato created the first easy to vote system so Romans could vote easier and support his campaign. He tried numerous times to be Emperor but failed to Julius Caesar. Caesar was a magnate and center character, too hard of an opponent to defeat. Cato's ultimate fall was that he placed his trust into the hands of the dictatorship of Caesar. Cato would cover all the misdoings of Caesar and plotted with Caesar to control the Roman Senate until finally, he could not take it anymore. He died in what they identified as a suicide yet the facts remain a mystery. However, this completed the downfall of Caesar because he could no longer control the Senate and the Romans were distraught over his terms of peace and Cato's end made the Senate fear the power of Caesar and the Senate tried to honor Cato with a coin and his invention but it was too late. Eventually, the Roman Dictator's end was on its eve.
America is not the only facing this dilemma. Our democracy is put in the spotlight because we demand justice for others yet neglecting justice for our fellow citizens. How can America in its deep conscience ignore the damage brought about its wealth and power? It appears debatable but the underlining truth is it is evident in our job difference, educational backing, and finances. Race does play a major role. The whole world used to be an economy of slavery. We owe it to ourselves and our future to resolve this issue. This issue has deeply divided us for generations. We have the power unlike our ancestors before us to break the chains of bondage brought about our oppression. This oppression was not only physically but religiously. We were persecuted for our skin. It came in these three forms:
Our communities are filled with new nuances and a new evolution of the mind. Family as the foundation of society has changed and society has been shaken. We need stabilizers who can help our children survive the new normalcy. They have to be armed with compassion and love for the future to win this battle within our community. We need individuals who will take the time and make a difference. And so we lift out this call to action expecting those who want to change the future for the better to come forward full and prepare to advance the agenda that will prepare all children for the long road ahead trying to figure out the future and how to make their path in their studies.
Computation integration on demand had a real problem to solve in its quest to be one of the greatest inventions of mankind. Invented by Matthew Scott Primous in America and spread across seas to Japan, Europe, and Germany. It was on its way to becoming a global movement in technology being commemorated in 2007 and given a high-tech medallion. It was bold with its mission"This invention combines optical technology of nanotechnology to produce accessible and reliable data processing. The invention increases security by demanding three key chips to access it. The key chips are the central controls and power-source of the invention. The invention will revolutionize the way computers are used. Technology suggests the advancement of previous computer technology to simplicity. It uses wireless technology to provide greater accessibility. The main claim of this invention is to provide simple data processing."
Every time we looked at history we see that war is inevitable. Fighting among nations and fighting among peoples leading to total disasters. Even today we are still affected by the wars of the past, not just decades, but some are hundreds of years ago. When will the world change its perspective and forge peace? We must take everything dividing us and unite. This does not mean, we have to be one nation or people but respecting our differences and recognizing our humanity. This is what makes us common. We have to stop seeing war as the only outcome that there is no other resolution. How are we suppose to live freely with war? When one nation's liberty is more important than another nation's liberty and that is what war usually says. This world can only survive together and not separate. We must fight for peace for everybody and war is not the answer.
To duly swear to uphold the Constitution of the United States and interpret the laws henceforth to the best of my abilities opposing injustices wherever they may be. To preserve the balance of power within the government and maintain the respect of its branches.