posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 05:56 PM
On the numbers issue - there are men in the shadows, even as we speak, men in the shadows who have quietly been preparing over time, men who at times
seem to have been bred , born, and trained by life itself, for just such an occaision. Men who TPTB have not even thought to keep an eye on, because
they've not done anything to put themselves on the radar. They've not even raised a voice in defiance. They prepare, quietly. They don't advertise.
They don't make themselves known on the internet. They prepare. Continually.
'They' might be a janitor, a groundskeeper, an executive. They might be anybody. Or nobody. And 'they' thanks to their continual preparation,
stand ready. They are always watchful, and never mouthy.
When the time comes, they will be at the front, eyes forward, locked and loaded. There are more of them than you can conceive of.
I realize that the doomsayers, the 'woe is me' crowd, the 'we're all gonna die' crowd, the 'you can't win' crowd will try to shoot me down in
flames, never realizing that I may just know something they don't. Not because it's any sort of 'secret' knowledge, but because I've been out
there among them, keeping my finger on the pulse of the lowly masses. Flame away, in the end we'll see who was right.
And when the evil day comes, there are those around who have seen the elephant, who know how to employ the 'force multiplication' concept, and who
have a visceral understanding of guerrilla warfare. They can lead, and do it very well. That's what Uncle Sugar trained them for, to take disjointed
masses of pissed off people, and focus their ire where it will do the most good. Or harm, if you prefer, and are on the other side of the equation.
Those who declare that 'you just can't win against tanks and bombs and missiles' should go back into their blissful slumbers. They place far too
much confidence in technology.
And not nearly enough on pissed-off, rescourceful, DEDICATED men.
They ignore the human factor. They should go back to their play stations, and leave the thinking to men more suited.