posted on Jan, 3 2010 @ 10:22 AM
I think it’s important to understand that rebelling against something is not necessarily being for specifically something better.
Let’s pretend this revolution took place last night, today the halls of Washington are empty of the politicians and full of the people.
What are the people now going to do to change and improve things?
There is much to be critical of and for good reason but who amongst us has a way forward beyond out with the old?
Who has a plan or idea that the majority of the people can agree on as to what then needs to be implemented to restore the nation to prosperity, jobs
for the people, and a way to provide the resources, commodities and necessities to make big city life possible in large urban settings.
Who here knows how to make our communication grids work, our distribution networks work, and who here knows how to make the trains run on time and
Revolution itself is not necessarily the key to something better. It can be. Provided there is that cadre of respected well received people who can
think logistically and sensibly devoid of just the emotion and hubris that lead one to rebel.
Ultimately as things stand now if a revolution were to happen today, at the end of the day, the new crop of politicians would end up having to get
right into bed with the same old corporate masters to make the machinery of the nation work.
Where would the net effect be?
I think if Obama is proving one thing as a would be savior of the people it is that claiming you want to provide a change, and saying you have vague
notions and ideas of how to effect a change, does not necessarily equate in fact rarely equates to someone having the acumen and experience and know
how to actually make those changes and get those trains to run on time.
In many ways a revolution has recently occurred as it was a huge ground swell of popular discontent that swept Obama a little known and little
accomplished regional politician just recent to the national stage into office.
What has that accomplished?
We need change not pseudo change and simply stating what you are against, is not the same as displaying what you are for can work for a diverse
society of hundreds of millions of people who the vast majority will have to be in agreement that it is a better way forward.
What’s the way forward?