posted on Oct, 5 2015 @ 03:34 AM
Well, you have a good point, MonkeyBoy, and I have thought the same thing before. The time to use them has come and gone. They play the game of the
frog in the pot of water, slowly increasing the heat, so that, if we did use them, we would look like the bad guys, we would look like terrorists. We
would probably not have global dupport, at least not among the governments of our NATO allies, which is most important. But they are ensnared within
the same corrupt group.
But, I think that is no readon to give them up. I also have to think it would be much worse by now if we did. It forces them to advance their agenda
in slower increments. Meanwhile, more and more people are waking up to the truth, so we may be able to use "the 'mighty' pen" to get ourselves out of
this mess. Most of us don't Want to be violent. To our own detriment, we are waiting till the last minute.
If you have a rifle with one bullet left, and you find yourself surrounded by a pack of wolves or coyotes or something, you aren't going to say "well,
its too late now... I'm already surrounded by too many wolves. The time to use this bullet has come and gone, so, I'm just going to lay down my rifle
and let these beasts enjoy their meal!" No, you're eventually going to use that bullet hoping that it will take at least one wolf down and scare the
others off, and if it doesn't then you will use the rifle as a club, swinging it wildly until your last breath.
Is it the perfect analogy? No. No it is not.
Nothing clever is written down here, no rebuttal to the fact that I admitted committing an imperfection, no "oh snap" moment, no redemption, nothing
to make you stop and think, no "things that make you go 'hmm'" . Only this sentence and then the previous one explaining it.