posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 11:04 PM
The war you speak of would be revolution. I think we are beyond revolution. The strength of man is gone. The days that men would stand together and
fight for righteousness and honor and for each other is gone.
Those of greed and power have done their work carefully, thoughtfully and without error. There was once a time that greed was a beast driven by an
impatient hunger. But that is not the beast of today.
The game has been refined. Where at one time great liberties were taken and malicious deeds done in the blink of an eye, and so much to boil the blood
of any man. That he would act as instinctual as any wild animal protecting their young.
Today the deeds are done in secrecy and as a grain of sand and not the breadth of the beach itself. The men of today are distracted by shiny things
dangling in the left hand of evil, while the right plucks away the freedom of thought by constructing a box that removes our need to think.
Like the slaves of old, a piece of bread is medicine for the lashes of the whip leaving them thanking their masters for letting them live. We work
ourselves to death and are most willing to hand over to them what ever we have earned so long as we can see the shiny things.
There will be no war, unless they, yes they, have written this into the script.