posted on Oct, 22 2008 @ 08:59 PM
First, we must individually get our lives in order . . . there's no way we can collectively make things better if individually we are all screwed up
. . . To do that, I think each one interested in making the difference must . . .
1. Stop buying anything on credit. That only fuels their system and makes you hostage to their whims.
2. Start a trading/bartering/cooperative system that sidesteps having to pay sales or service taxes in any way shape or form.
3. Embargo any corporation that does not include ethical treatment of people as part of their operating plan.
4. Vote in your elections. Stop voting for the same party all the time just because that's who's always received your vote, or your parents vote.
Actually dig in and find out something about who you vote for . . . once you do that, you probably won't. And don't bash those who do not ascribe
specifically to the way you think. Even the stupid have a right to their own stupidity. You just have to be smart enough to spot it and avoid it.
5. Start a stock up plan. YOu don't necessarily have to make it some survivalist thing, rather stock up in your basement or some other suitable
place. But remember. Shut the hell up about it. Nobody needs to know how prepared you are or you'll end up having prepared for them.
6. Arm yourself intellectually, spiritually and physically. Learn as much as you can about as many real things (fixing your car, home repairs,
first aid, stuff like that. Become spiritual in a sense that you understand your place in the universe and your right to be here, be happy and enjoy
your life. Know how to fight, both martial arts and the use of weaponry will surely save your bacon when the chips are down.
Those are just a few things that I see need to be done. I'm guessing that you'll find in doing these things, you will meet like minded people with
the same goal.
YOu will chat . . .first amongst yourselves, then as a growing circle of friends, then as a group, a way of life, a movement . . . a political force
with which the powers that be must recognize.
That is how political parties are formed . . . they start individually and grow.
We can do that . . . it will just take time and a clear dedication to making that happen.