posted on Feb, 4 2018 @ 10:41 AM
a reply to: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
Wow, messing with people's soap opera? Hanging low today I see.
But I completely agree. We will not see any change for the better from the top pretending to reform themselves. Their whole industry is to protect the
swamp, making the players large sums of money and power in the process. Real change will only come from the people's refusal to continue putting up
So what do you think? How do we change the system? Will the only opportunity for change be from a large meltdown? If we don't have a replacement
system in place or a replacement ideal, we will end up with the exact same system. Just the names of our masters will change.
How do we get back to our constitution & bill of rights? How do we get back to a limited government where the majority of power is in the hands of the
individual states, as it was intended to be? How do we get people into these lessened power positions that view their duty as serving the people and
not taking us for everything we have? How do we return to the republic we were meant to be?
Somehow we have to remove the corrupt benefits from holding these positions. We know the human tendency and what type of people power attracts. How do
we change these jobs to be that of servants and not of masters?
Will the will of the people need to change first? Will our goals and desires need to change before any change is felt at the top of the power pyramid?
Is our government simply a reflection of ourselves. Our desires for material goods and even power over another person's free will creates the system
we currently have. Our refusal to accept and be comfortable with ourselves causes us to force others into our view points instead of being happy with
differences, because we are insecure.
Can we change this system without changing ourselves first?