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Why it’s unlikely to be a revolution in America…When do we upend the oligarchy?

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posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 06:01 AM

originally posted by: Willtell

originally posted by: evenkeel
a reply to: [post=20370320]PhantomOrion[/post

]we need our own Tiananmen Square then things may begin to change. blood is all thats left to motivate america

We can’t do that. They’ll kill us all. That’s just what they want.

We need a Gandhian, King, and Kennedy type revolution.

Violence in this case imo won’t work and would be counterproductive.

At least we have some freedom left to counter bad ideas like neocons, jihadism, and greedy capitalism

when i say that we need our own Tiananmen i mean that the death of innocent peaceful protesters at the hands of the govt. martyrdom i do not advocate insurrection. indeed we would all die

posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 08:45 AM
a reply to: Willtell

People are too busy pointing fingers at each other to even notice that they're not placing the blame where the blame truly needs to be put... at their corporate-sponsored political leaders and so-called representatives.

And while the people are bickering back and forth about each other's silly little partisan ideological differences, around and around in silly little circular semantics....

Their bankster and corporate overlords are ripping the carpet right out from under their feet... one deregulated-free-for-all-bubble-bursting-derivative at a time.

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