posted on Feb, 10 2009 @ 08:45 PM
Swatman, I appreciate your zeal and love of our country but I think your anger needs to be redirected.
There are many things dividing and conquering this country and by extension, the globe. Black vs. white/rich vs. poor/religious vs. atheists/men vs.
women/. There are various philosophical and ideological subgroups as well: believers in the 911 report vs. "truthers"/pro war vs. withdraw our
troops now group, and so on.
The current issue under discussion seems to be another topic of division: build the walls higher vs. tear down all walls.
Mexicans are no more Americans enemies by reason of crossing an imaginary line on a map than they are our friends by reason of being close
Try to see the bigger picture: we're all screwed; Mexicans and Americans alike. They're a little further along in their screw job than Americans
right now and their "sheeple" are waking up and fleeing HERE. America will be the last domino to fall and where will we flee?
If we can watch and learn from their hard lesson, we might be able to figure out a way to help our neighbors and even prevent the same thing happening
here. I kinda doubt it, though. I was just being hopeful. Sticking with my original thought: we're all screwed here.
Our "enemy" (if you need to label them) is a shadow group whose names we'll probably never learn and most likely wouldn't recognize if we heard
them. They've been steering this sinking ship straight for the iceburg of our destruction since we boarded.
The goal is global domination and we the sheeple are being distracted by the many different fronts of this war so that few see the bigger picture. It
IS a bit much to take in and fully comprehend. I try to keep it simple by realizing that it all boils down to realizing we are in a fully
comprehensive covert and overt war against an invisible enemy, outgunned, outmanned, with inferior technology to theirs and we don't even know who
Most people in this war don't even realize it and totally believe MSM reports that all is well despite all evidence to the contrary.
It's a global economy so I really don't see how Mexicans can be taking "our" jobs.
I wonder if the former slaves in America ever argued over who got the top bunk or got to stand at the front of the line for chow? This whole Mexican
argument reminds me of that type of arguing.