>The only objections i am having is why patrotism and freedom for some Americans only apply to themself and for some nothing exist outside of usa.............
I imagine that it's pretty much the same frame of mind that prevents you from seeing things from the point of view of others.
We humans tend to be loyal to our respective homelands, despite their shortcomings. And it is often difficult for people to imagine what life is like outside their own surroundings. It's an old attitude among Americans: we don't care what the "outside" world does until it affects us. Our practice of "isolationism" in the late 19th- and early 20th-centuries is a good example. (Why isolationism? We were tired of fighting in Europe's useless wars.) But where did that lead us? Two horribly destructive world wars that we eventually got drug into... The attitude of many Americans seems to be that it is better to be a "bully" in the eyes of other nations in order to maintain our own security. We can't support our friends (like Israel) without drawing the wrath of their enemies. Even when we try to appease everyone, no one likes us. It doesn't seem to matter what we do...fight or flight...we still draw the ire and criticism of everyone else. It reminds me of a song:
So you go and celebrate your "freedom" however you wish. We could really care less, unless you start aiming your fireworks at us.
(Oh, and the practice of using fireworks to celebrate important events goes WAY back...before anyone in Europe even KNEW there was an America. Blame the fireworks on those exceedingly clever Chinese alchemists!)
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