Originally posted by dooperIn 1989, Romanians decided they had enough. They didn't just revolt, they had a kangaroo court and executed
the President Ceausescu AND his wife on Christmas Day. The security forces and police joined the crowds they were supposed to control. There's a
powerful lesson there.
dooper, you call me "astute". I call you a "mind reader". You might recall that I said I've been having worrisome visions in my head for the
past couple of years. The main vision I've been seeing is Ceausescu's bloody body lying in the street beside that of his wife. To say the Romanian
people had had enough, would be an understatement. I'm dead serious, I fear an uprising of jaw dropping proportions is a real possibility, if not
I'd be sweating bullets if I were a politician right now or a guy named Paulson or Cheney or Rumsfeld or Rockefeller. But on the other hand, some of
them are so arrogant and out of touch with reality, and so unaware of the consequences of their bending over for the dark lords, that they don't even
realize what they've done to the people on a personal level. They've severely injured the good men, women, police officers, bakers, firemen,
families of military... everybody, and they couldn't care less. And they're ruining the lives and the futures of all the children and of their
children (if they're allowed in the future to have children at all).
And the stupid bastard politicians are so out of touch with reality, that they don't even recognize the danger they have put themselves in by their
greedy, traitorous actions (in most cases "inactions"). A danger that's getting deeper with each passing day and with the passing of each new
ridiculous law. I submit this link as an example:
They're acting as if they're invulnerable. They're acting as if they think they'll be somehow protected from the wrath of the American people by
wrapping themselves in layers and layers of paper dollars that they've stolen. Seriously, they've gone stark raving mad.
You know what else? When the SHTF, at first the world will be bewildered and will shake their heads at the "crazy Americans". But mark my words,
within a week, they'll suddenly get it. When the rest of the world realize that what they're really witnessing is the American people in a full
frontal assault, taking their country back, there will be rejoicing in stunned silence as the rest of the world watch in utter disbelief... and
ultimately, envy and sheer awe at the courage.
But at the same time, I worry very much about what will happen with the control of nuclear arsenal, not to mention a million other logistical
nightmares. But regardless of the hardships, this mission will someday have to be carried out. The consequences of not
carrying it out are
much, much more horrifying.
[edit on 11-5-2009 by Albertarocks]