...at what point would you think the people would be justified in taking up arms? Or did you agree, now is justified, but you still
I have to say that I cannot agree to armed or violent resistance, but I feel I can understand how the current situation and the prevailing sense of
both dread and hopelessness can push mindsets towards such acts.
What is justified is protest. The country is divided as to what entails right thinking and action, but any form of violent resistance will be utterly
crushed. Think of how the Afro-American felt when they were seeking equality, think about how many gauntlets of hate they challenged, the fear they
contended with to reach their goal. Primarily, their protests were peaceful protests, although they were met with violence, racial-hatred, they did
not shrink from the task at hand. Likewise, the situation calls for similar action, with an equal resolve...no matter what the cost. They succeeded
because they had a federal government on their side, and they gained the larger percentage of empathy. Their fight for equality was a fight for
equality for all Americans. Until they gained that equality, America could never be a fair and equal society.
As a nation, Americans must once again march for the founding principles of their country. The Constitution is the only ideal that Americans will
rally for each other as one nation, it is the only document and cause that brings you all together...it is the backbone of your fight. You have a
common enemy, not foreign, but domestic. You have to find a way to put aside your individual differences, needs, and wants. You are not out to survive
each other, but to survive with each other...united you'll prevail, but of course, divided you will fall. You have to convince those whom police you
that it is equally their country that needs wresting from the grip of the Bush mafia...many will listen, many will question their role, especially if
they are used to bring fear and violence against protesters. Unfortunately, it's going to get a lot worse before it gets better.
I believe we will see desperation and fear drive the Bush mafia into committing acts of social atrocity, from instigating martial law, to possibly the
cancellations of the elections. We may see false-flag events taking lives, but whatever happens, you must focus on the ideals of the Constitution, and
abide by them. Peaceful protest is the way, but it will not gain anything overnight. It will take a drawn out struggle, filled with despair and
hopelessness, and a harshness most Americans will have never faced or endured. The world will not sit back idly watching from the edge of the arena,
once they see right action and thinking being committed to in America, marches will appear in other countries...pressure will be brought to bear on
the politicians of those countries. Britain for one is ready for the kick off. Give the world something by which they can cojoin with you, but do not
give them images of violence and riots...that cannot be supported, nor matter how righteous it may considered to be.
The call is not simply that for Americans to protest, but one that calls for global protest. It is no good that the rest of the world protests on your
behalf without America taking part. America is the fault line, that is why it should all precipitate from you.