reply to post by TrueBrit
Point taken, though still debatable sir or madam.
No widespread use of nuclear arms could be used given wind patterns, and population placement. Much more of the U.S. is uninhabited than you'd think
possible. Theater nukes would perhaps be usefull, maybe neutron bombs to empty a population center, while still leaving the building ect. intact.
First, where would one point a nuke? A force which appears, engages, disappears, and disbands would be impossible to target, especially if the
resistance had taken satelite surveilance offline, or knew how to "run under the bird" as it's called.
Any government sour enough to bring a popular rebelion down on it's psychopathic aparatchiks would not be able to command any response save maybe
within the domino agencies and believe me, puzzle palace guys would probably be leading any rebelions. Yes, our unrecognised civil servants have had
some command structure go over, but those actors woulds be amongst the first casualties, far before it was widely known that any action was being
As Grama used to say,"One must prepare the soil if one is to plant a healthy and prosperous garden.".
a chess game at first. A "lone gunman", later "disgruntled employees", "gang activity", invaders from Canada (sorry, LOL).
But even those dugouts about the subterranian spaces will not assure "continuity of government" if the government is one the people will no longer
tolerate, because it has grown intolerable, an 80lb. tick on a 5lb. dog.
I personally am not part of any rebelion, I even pay my taxes.
I feel rather fortunate that I am not one who must see to it the entire world runs smoothly and without a squeak, for my friend, that is not a thing
which we feeble men, regardless of our own overestimations of our abilities, will ever suceed at doing.
We have laws in place to repair our damaged government. There are those who must be removed as indicated by past record (there are our
representatives, and nothing matters more than what WE say).
When calls are running 7250 to 1 regarding an issue at hand, those choosing to side with the one will find that 7249 will follow the first in sending
you off for treason.
The only contract between the People and the Government is the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights, no interpetation by corrupt courts is needed,
these say it all.
Every artifice has been played out before the common man, and through each of these he has seen you'r unwashed hand foursquare. That he did not move
at another juncture in time would then relate somewhat to the insult to the nostril of that left hand /for you had not reached directly into his
plunder, and as foul outgassings indicate Thou doth eat too well.
I'm not sure, but the warrant could read something like that, though my tone tends more to the theatric than the legal (another bone of
Another matter perhaps, but, the invasion of any force into the U.S. , or oppossing the people of any free state is by history and right under threat
of death and reprisal. Our local governments do not stand aligned against us, and more and more of the states are putting their independance forward
Interesting times indeed.
Good Day Sir, or Madam
[edit on 27-3-2009 by Luminaught]