posted on Jun, 16 2009 @ 01:51 AM
I've done a lot of research on various conspiracy theories, as well as examining current political and security situations, and the gist I get is
that the world is literally owned by those with the money, and that the US is the center of it, between our banking and government set-up. At this
point I'm pretty disgusted by how every aspect of our lives is carefully controlled. We're told what's good to eat, what medicines are best, what
we should use to trade for necessities, how we should go about getting those necessities. I've seen corruption not only on a federal and global
scale, but a local scale as well, after seeing the politics of my area, I know how the county board is capable of making whatever decisions it wants,
and almost all the decisions are based on money. For the average joe, there is no freedom anymore, at least not here in America, and I haven't seen
much of it anywhere else. So I ask, how many of you here in America would be willing, no matter the cost, to march on DC within the week, and not just
ask for "unedited moon pictures" or "the truth behind 9/11," but to demand revolution and reform of our government. This means full disclosure,
all classified documents released. This means reform of our currency and banking systems, the dismantlement and reformation of our government to suit
this new technological world. I'm not talking a small walk on DC to ask for reform, I'm asking for a mass gathering to DEMAND reform.
What scares me, is I think that very few people would, but I tell you, I'm ready to go, I would walk there if I thought the people would come.
So here are the questions I'd like to have answered or discussed:
Would you pick up everything, stop going to work and sit in DC in protest... this week?
If a single person stood in DC and demanded these things, would you join that person?
It takes a snowball effect to get this rolling, and I really believe this could happen, and be done peacefully, but I fear that unless we bottom out
soon, we don't have much time to resolve our current depression without violence.
Remember, revolution is the responsibility of the people, we cannot blame a government which has gone unchecked for inevitable corruption. Wake up and
demand your rights back!