posted on Sep, 15 2009 @ 08:05 PM
But I'd be more inclined to lean in that direction if the economy wasn't tanking more and more by the day. People are broke, mad, and protesting the
white house, congress and president in numbers that climb so high, the media won't dare release exactly how many were really there, beyond
Personally, I think the WHO will step in, 'supposedly' force Obama to make vaccinations mandatory. And when the pres. proclaims he has to follow UN
and WHO orders, and so does the country, the Constitution will be publicly made null and void, as the UN will be calling the shots.
Once that happens, rioting, martial law (maybe declared shortly after Obama's reverse decision), and anyone who fights for any reason, will be shot
dead, or get to visit the inside of a detainment facility.
I think it'll be late fall or winter; the cold weather works in their favor. People are less likely to fight or run with their families in the cold,
especially if there's no where to go or stay warm. For the northern states, snow would work against us as well - tracks, which makes hiding more
A year isn't that far away, and the disgruntled citizens probably won't be much calmer in the next 12 to 15 months. Between HC and the banks, not to
mention (possible) Fed audit on the horizon, people will likely be more frustrated, pissed, and fed up by then.
Either way, the clock is ticking.