posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 01:28 AM
I'm glad to see my year old topic revived. Ever since I came to ATS I have forewarned of the coming revolution in America and in these times people
see that it draws ever closer. The world is crumbling but just remember, the United States has its claws dug into the entire world. The facts are
there that this country and its government has pull in nearly every location on the globe - slowly but surely that pull is fading. It will not be long
until the shock wave travels back to home.
A revolution, does not always entail murder. If one is lucky, death can be avoided altogether. However, peaceful revolution, in the form of Gandhi's
way, is impossible in this land not because it does not work, but because of the complacency of the populace. His revolution was based on unity and a
defined goal, where as people in the United States are raised and manipulated to naturally be against one another. When you look at the big picture of
it all, you realize that this brain washing was an intentional orchestration because without unity, there can be no revolution.
However, a violent revolution is unique from the peaceful in that with it, you sow the seeds for the people to be awakened from their complacency.
People will not take notice if a small group of people decide to opt out of the system or cry out on the streets, but everyone takes notice if their
attention is drawn to something that they cannot ignore. A symbol of freedom perhaps, destroyed so that people will be able to see the metaphor in it
all. Nobody has to die, but at the same time, millions of people are forced to pay attention and are given a clear cut purpose as to why their
complacency will only harm them further.
What if the cable companies were shut down? Or the power plants? People would no longer be offered the distractions that keep them immune to the truth
of the world. They would be forced to open their eyes and finally look around at the world around them and what it has become.
"“The revolution is not an apple that falls when it is ripe. You have to make it fall.”
- Ernesto "Che" Guevara
There need not be a PLAN to revolt, there needs only be a GOAL. My goal, as it has always been, is to live in the FREEDOM that I know I am missing.
The pristine, clean, tax free, ordinance free, original binding words of the Constitution, with scales thrown back into balance, the government
diminished to the minimum capacity with our defense as its goal, and absolutely NO intrusion into our lives.
Can you say you live in that society? Can you say you live in the original defined land of the free as exclaimed by the Constitution and Declaration
of Independence? You cannot. The code of laws and regulations in this country have become so perverse and invasive that the people have been forced to
adapt and change the very definition of words such as "freedom", "liberty", and "democracy" in order to coexist within the new agenda.
Show me an American society that is free within the confines of the Constitution, and I will show you a land that is in no need of a revolt. However,
if you can say that it has left those bounds, which all who are not blinded should be able to see, then you should recognize that already, and for the
past century, we have been well past the boundaries of which the Founding Fathers of this nation proclaimed us to defend against, and we are well into
a time when many others throughout history have realized that revolution was the only way to release themselves from the stranglehold of the wicked
slave leaders disguised as pioneers of hope.
I praise Egypt and their struggle as I do any nation in which the people stand up for absolute freedom. I know that true revolution is born from love
and therefore all true revolutionaries would not kill or spill blood just for the sake of doing so, but would only do so to defend something so dear
to them that it might be considered a part of their spirit, a part of their soul.
I live and breath for the hope that one day I will live in absolute freedom. I live and breath knowing that even if I die in the process, so long as
others continue on and fight the good fight, one day freedom, unbroken and untainted, will be found by all. In my existence, in this life or the next,
when that happens - I will finally be able to say that I am happy.
So to answer my own question, I am ready to fight, and I will fight. When the time comes I will lead from the front lines and no matter the outcome, I
will be known as someone who stood by his words, who attempted to prove to the world what true freedom really is, and who lived and died in the name
The love of my family.
The love of my country.
The love of future generations.
The love of freedom.