posted on Apr, 6 2008 @ 04:06 AM
I have wondered for many years, though how young I am, what has this world come to? What has the United States of America come to? The country I love
and embrace as my own has embezzled from its people for long enough. It has left those unfortunate enough to have been born into the trap of the
American ghetto for dead, never to escape the hell in which they live. In undesirable cities, towns and counties of America, it takes the police over
ten minutes (and thats being conservative by about 40 minutes on a good day) to arrive at the scene of a home invasion... more than long enough to
leave the invaded dead on the floor in a pool of their own blood. The oppressive laws and actions indicated by the three governing powers have become
laughable. And that isn't even scratching the tip of this planetary iceberg.
And so, I have thought to myself... is the current government in power only due to the fear and laziness of the American people themselves? What has
happened to the minuteman militia? How has it happened that the American government has gained so much power that the American people are afraid of
the government, rather than the other way around? How is it that we have allowed political parties to form when one of the greatest warnings of our
forefathers was for us to avoid them?
Mayhap, I say, I may be a young and naive soul with only enough information to harm myself and others, alas I must retort that I only wish to
re-establish a proper democracy, and eliminate this facade of one. I could be wrong, but I feel that the U.S. government has become frightfully too
close to a socialist-totalitarian superpower. They have restricted our weapons, and almost entirely eliminated the right to even have a firearm in
California a while back. And I only know a little of the laws on possession of body armour, but it seems to have been made too difficult to obtain for
the law abiding citizen even.
I say it is time to repair this damaged, festering nation.
You say its a revolution, I say its a reform.