posted on May, 16 2009 @ 03:42 AM
Being overseas, it is hard for me to gauge the level of discontent in the US. But, from what I've seen recently in the media and on this very forum I
believe the time for action is coming closer.
The message I have for you is based on an old motivational quote. To paraphrase:
To have tried and failed is better than failing to try.
In other words, if you believe in something strong enough, to make your move and fail is far more palatable than to sit back and let events take their
It isn't just a matter of forcing change. Sometimes we need to sit back and see there is a bigger picture. It is about hope and about inspiring
others to follow in your footsteps.
For lack of a better example, take Colonel Von Stauffenberg.
He loved his country, and was prepared to die to protect what it stood for. He saw a need to replace the government, who were actively shredding the
values and laws that the country was founded on.
He stood up with his small group of conspirators and made a move. The move ultimately failed, but what it did was showed the world that an evil
government does not make an evil people.
There are many here on ATS who seem ready to storm DC themselves and die trying, but that is suicide.
Making an intelligent move is as important as making the move itself. I may not believe everything that comes out of his mouth, but Alex Jones has one
thing right; this is an infowar.
The drowzy American public are slowly waking up from their dreams and realizing they are living in a nightmare. Alternate media are becoming more
widespread and are making a larger impact.
Interest groups, protests and citizen journalists are now making their marks in major cities all across the country.
My point is that the concerned few, of which we have many on ATS, should be preparing to make that move towards revolution. But it does not
necessarily have to be a battle.
When the minority become the majority and those awake outnumber those asleep, weapons will not be needed. If information continues to flow than this
day will come sooner than later.