Originally posted by nenothtu
The RESULT of conflict is peace, not the solution. When one views it as the SOLUTION, the implication is that individual is prepared to gain peace at
any price, including the compromise of his own honor and dignity, and that of his children and grandchildren, to buy 'peace'. Any warrior knows
that, and few who aren't warriors ever realize it. The PRIZE is peace, that's why warriors go to war. On the terms you dictate, there is no peace in
the individual soul which has been sold out, so how can there be peace at all?
This statement speaks volumes. Fills libraries even. And yet here it sits entombed in a vast entanglement of thoughts on a website somewhere.
Peace has been granted in advance to government. When really, peace is something that must be EARNED by a government, daily. In thoughts, deeds,
motives, agendas, and most importantly- ACTION. At least in this government. For so states our constitution. And we the people are given the RIGHT to
abolish it when it no longer serves our needs.
1 : to end the observance or effect of : annul 2 : destroy
Now when the founding fathers chose that word, abolish, one would have to infer that they fully knew what that word meant. For if the first definition
is not effective, then the second definition surely would be.
And the bottom line is that the current shadow government has done everything BUT address the real needs of its people in the US. The CIA is out of
control. Totally. And it is one of the key reasons we are in the global mess that we find ourselves in. If it was just that, then maybe peaceful
reform would be in order- and that would be on a good day- considering the outright murder those three letters represent.
But then there's the FBI, the NSA, NASA, DHS, FEMA, the Fed, and many others that also represent the antithesis of open, transparent government- with
the needs of its people first and foremost in mind. And if it were just just those- then maybe peaceful reform would be in order.
The problem is, peaceful reform at this point is more of a pipe dream than violent revolution. Because look at what the American people are up
against. A justice system that doesn't work, is corrupt at its top, and one that silently rewards those loyal to the pagan throne. Investigations are
mere public appeasements, and have no teeth anymore.
Case in point: the 9/11 Commission, which had to make special agreements with the Bush administration on what could and could not be prosecuted. So
much so, in fact, that the Commission had to agree to special administration "minders" who would be present for everything, and could immediately
object to any witness testimony and other things that got anywhere near implicating the real culprits. The administration covered their asses first,
and said "here, have a bone with the rest." Of COURSE they were set up to fail- thanks Hamilton/Kean- yes we kinda already knew that.
Lobbyists, banks, and corporate interest run this country. People are no longer the employers, but rather have become slaves to greed, corruption,
murder, plunder, insane taxation, and ridiculous laws so complicated it takes hiring $500/hour lawyers to make any sense of anything. And sense that
invariably favors the system, not the people. In fact, so insidious is this "system" that corruption infects the very prison system itself-
providing incentives to keep them overfilled bursting at the seams. Is this the way to govern people? Maybe, if you're a Nazi.
Whatever the case, there is no question in my mind that the time is upon the American people to act with the powers granted to them by the
Constitution. The time for negotiations is over- there has been ample chance given for that. What we have here is the classic case of DEAF EARS. I
will not be made to feel guilty with some notion that peaceful reform is all that we have left. We tried that. Didn't work. With all the Ron Pauls,
Cynthia McKinneys, and everyone else screaming at the top of their lungs, it DID NOT WORK. They continue to murder, steal and tax us into oblivion.
Not to mention start foreign wars we have no business being in.
So what else is there left? I want you pacifists to please tell me. And this is coming from a natural pacifist, mind you. I hate war and conflict. I
love (good) people, nature and good times.
To try and answer the OP question of "then what?," all I can say is this: at this time it's a pointless question. Because the task at hand is so
monumental, the logical answer could only be "We'll have to cross that bridge when we get to it." Fortunately for us, we already have a guiding
light in a document written 200 years ago. To me the answer is simple. Reinstate it from top to bottom. Through and through. No exceptions.
We are one day going to have to push the big, red, deadly, ominous reset button that will shed the blood of both patriots and tyrants. So prepare your
networks silently. And be extremely aware of infiltrators.