posted on Sep, 16 2009 @ 08:43 PM
reply to post by fooffstarr
Kokesh seems like a good guy, but he has chosen the path of politics.
That is not the only path that could possibly get us where we want to go, and perhaps not the best.
He may be able to use his revolutionary and patriotic rhetoric to get elected, but what can he actually do about the situation?
Politicians are traditionally targets for criminals living both inside and outside the system. And if you move to cut their power you must deal with
them! What are his resources to mount such a frontal attack?
I just think that the real solution is not a direct political solution. If we can
effect a real solution, then we will see the politics of the
situation change radically. Otherwise, the politics of the situation make a direct power confrontation practically impossible. It would take a level
of diplomatic astuteness almost unknown in this age, or any age (but see Ben Fulford for his idea) to undo the plans of the criminal elite.
The only alternative is to render the plans of the criminal elite null and void by other means.