Actions Speak Louder Than Words

A couple of months ago bombs hit the master bedroom of Milosovic’s villa. NATO denied that they were trying to kill Milosovic. Then a bomb just happens to hit the Chinese embassy in Belgrade, and that too was called an “accident.”

All the civilian convoys, tractors, buses and homes that have been bombed have also been classified as accidents. Russia sends ground troops into Kosovo and they too claim it was a mistake. Does anyone really know what is going on in this war?

And can we all start applying that same reasoning to actions that might appear to be intentional, but are really accidental? Like, “I accidentally forgot to file my tax returns,” or “I didn’t mean to hit the policeman who was ticketing me . . . I was aiming at something else.”

Or, “I didn’t really move all that money out of that bank and into my car . . . I don’t know how it got there.”

We don’t know how those Russian troops got there either. Citizens are a reflection of leadership and cannot be held accountable for following their lead.

As citizens see standards of situational ethics played out globally . . . are they supposed to follow suit in their personal lives?