Wednesday, 19 October 2011

Character Studies - A Selection

While I have chosen Harry Truman and Bruce Lee in the past, I have (had) some eye on these people:
Some women: Nancy Grace, Lesley Stahl, Oprah Winfrey, Dana Perino, Condoleezza Rice
Some men: Michael Moore, Barack Obama, Jeremiah Wright, Nicolas Sarkozy, Abu Nidal, Nelson Mandela, Muammar Muhammad al-Gaddafi, Kofi Annan, Ban Ki-moon, Adolf Hitler

It has also been extraordinarily wonderful to see Carla Bruni on David Letterman. I think the French people have good reasons to be proud of her!

There is no doubt that
Muammar Muhammad al-Gaddafi must be addressed a very poor degree of judgment since the rampage of the first of his palaces and a couple of days after in allowing reaction time because al-Gaddafi should really have left the leadership to more popular people and secured his old age by a more diplomatic rearing of his wisdom to his connections and by doing so, made all of his country, his continent and his legacy proud, including his future family heritage. All this has been blasted away by insistence on something that has been doomed to fail to begin with. RIP, al-Gaddafi!

Adolf Hitler is chosen for the vices and nothing else, causing the biggest number of deaths, primarily or secondarily (USA vs. Japan) throughout history. I've bought some books on him (Kershaw and more) as he has been this eye of this huge hurricane and made a carnival of by
Paul Joseph Goebbels. It's also a particular funny fact that Hitler never studied at University. I'm even uncertain if he finished the 3 first years after elementary school! He is a historically pathetic figure!

These are just a few. You can make your own choices, of course. I don't say this or that with these people, they represent facets of society, just as much as we all are at sea of the World in the sense of context and contextualism/quantum entanglement... As with the "doctrine of goodness", prove yours, please!


  1. I've added some words on Adolf Hitler later this day, as you see from this comment's time-stamp.

  2. I'm to add a comment on Muammar Muhammad al-Gaddafi today, see time-stamp for this message.

  3. First, Colonel Muammar Muhammad al-Gaddafi must be seen as monumental for setting up very important organisations like the Arab League, OPEC and African Union. There is only one man in history for this: Colonel Muammar Muhammad al-Gaddafi, possibly better than even a few other big names more commonly mentioned.

    Second: General Curtis, Allen C. Fuller, may be entered for splendid sense of leadership, both military and civic.