You know, I haven't been on here in quite a while so I thought I'd post something interesting. In the not too distant past, like maybe six months
into last year, I was having a discussion with a man I work with, and he expressed the opinion to Me, that one of the reasons he liked Me, was that I
was an anarchist like him. Now, I have to admit, I was totally floored by his comment.
The reason for this comment from him really never struck Me until after he quit. I talk about conspiracies all the time, that would be why I am a
conspiracy theorist, this also would be why he made the comment too. This of course would be because this great American country of ours was founded
on a conspiracy, by a certain set of gentleman within closed doors, who we affectionately call..."The Founding Fathers" of our Nation with the
Declaration of Independance, and anyone who has researched their History knows that the "Founding Fathers" being a majority of Mason's had meetings
before they ever crossed over to America.
You know, I have made some pretty sound statements on here, along with some very bold comments. The same comments I repeat daily to people I generally
think understand and also generally agree also with Me, or have expressed the same opinions over and over. Yes, I disagree with the current
Administration's handling of the Iraq War, and or the upcoming "War In Iran", and if anyone here has read anything I have typed out on this
computer through My tenure here has seen that I express Myself, sometimes somewhat boldly too, but I am not an anarchist in any way, shape, or form.
The comments I have made here in print, over the phone where I have known My whole life that "they were listening" to everything I say, and in
person have all been general comments, factional comments, thoroughly investigated detailed comments, but in the very end of all of it, they were all
left completely 100% open-ended. Meaning here, that I have never once made a complete statement of all of My beliefs, thoughts, and or desires for
Myself, let alone this country of Mine.
Do I question authority? Yes. Anyone who doesn't, is a mindless moron, like the "gentleman" that made the comment to Me that I was an anarchist.
You see I know the definition of anarchy. I will spare you the full definition, but the short and sweet version is that "anarchy is to overthrow the
controlling power and have a total lack of control, and keep it that way." I do not believe in anarchy, as anarchy means that means violence, mass
murder, and total war will be ongoing at all times, something I strongly believe against.
When I question George W Bush, or Dick Cheney, or the C.I.A., or the United Nations about their policy, procedure, and protocols about things, it is
because I am a man that thinks. I think to question, because without a community that questions its leadership, you become helpless serfs that are
merely farming the land for their masters. That's also called "Freedom of Speech", which while we are expressly protected by the United States
Constituion. The problem though is that our U.S. Constitution has been bypassed by the "War on Terror" and the new "Terror Laws" that are left
open-ended and vague, so they can be interpreted however the ruling heirachy decides, when, where, and how it pleases.
A really good book that I've recently read that you really should consider purchasing, would be "Robert O'Harrow's : No Place To Hide
Robert O'Harrow is a reporter for the Washington Post
If you are interested in taking a look at the book and reading the reviews about it
yourself, here's a link for you on Amazon.
Robert O'Harrow's : No
Place To Hide
People, it's time to wake up. No, this is not a call to arms. The revolution will not be televised, as a matter of fact it's already begun, and
you're not seeing it for whatever reason that may be.
[edit on 14-1-2008 by SpartanKingLeonidas]