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Originally posted by Anonymous Avatar.
That is not to say EVERY single politician is corrupt or does not care for the people because clearly there are some, but they are certainly a minority.
Originally posted by dooper
Earlier in this thread, I posted a suggestion that some event may kick things off. Some catastrophic event that would in turn act as a catalyst.
It hit me while ago, that there are some folks losing it, and after doing their own little murders, end up popping themselves, or some have the courtesy to allow law enforcement to do it.
This trend is troubling to me as there is no telling how many Tim McVeigh's there are, frustrated, plotting, brilliant, and dedicated.
And this guy wasn't exactly a team player.
I guarantee you, there are some individuals, and likely groups who are feeling so much frustration and hatred, who just don't give a damn.
And those guys who just don't give a damn?
They scare me the most.
Originally posted by daddyroo45
reply to post by Mr.Hyde
I suppose I should try to explain my thoughts better.I should also highlight my question marks and exclaimation points. Some people do tend to confuse a question with a declaration.
When I stated the "sins of the Government" I suppose I should have used the word transgression instead of sins. I hate it when I confuse people by useing to common a term. I regret any religous connotation that would offend.We must always remain P.C.
I would say a common enemy is someone or some agency that would take from you what is rightfully yours. Be it tax dollars,property,liberties or uninfringable rights.
I do so hope that the outlook I have about the days ahead are WRONG!
I hope that what you believe comes true.That instead of anarchy it becomes a utopia. Maybe I should take an anti pragmatic pill.
Originally posted by SGTChas
Originally posted by SpacePunk
reply to post by nenothtu
They wouldn't be stupid enough to bring in foreign armies. That would cause the conflict to be instantly lost for them, and guns will sprout from every tree, bush, and rock.
Originally posted by Anonymous Avatar
That to me sounds quite effective. As anything else, networking is the key. As they say, it's all about who you know and who knows how high up their networking goes? Do you?