posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 11:32 PM
These people who have power over other people only have that power because we let them have that power. We can if we so choose to take that power and
take our power which we so rightfully deserve. We can get business out of the government, and, tell them to stop taking our tax dollars to fund their
operations and start telling them what to make for us. Rather than keeping on buying the same product, or, using the same service over and over, and
becoming a slave to our own design, we can make the capitalist system work for us. We don’t need to abolish the system.
As for these powerful elites—they have that power because we don’t say anything about it. There are a lot of things that we don’t talk about.
There are things that certain people don’t talk about but we don’t because we don’t to admit to ourselves that we’ve done anything wrong as a
society. People tend to have an idea that not all is what it seems. We actually know all of what they did. We can read about their crimes on the
internet. People report on their crimes daily—in the newspapers, on television, they report about their crimes in books. They tell about what they
did in conspiracy alternative media.
Of course there are people who support the establishment. There are people that think that it’s fine and all well and good. But you have to
see—these people, you have to see exactly what they are protecting. Why are they protecting what they are protecting? Why is it that they want
things the way they are? They want to protect their values and their way of life. These people are traditionalists, or reactionaries, or, anything
like that, and, if something too radical comes along they will be sure to try and stop it. The tea-party movement was a freedom movement originally.
It was co-opted by the Republican party. The elite leaders behind the scenes wanted to keep their serfs from waking up. They needed their base…
and they didn’t want to change, or, for this movement from becoming too radical.
People in power exist mainly to try to keep other people who don’t have the power at bay. Unless there are other people to keep the people in power
in check—they’ll run amok with corruption. We need ideas to guide those in power, or, those who have any sort of power, to not wield their power
for illicit purposes. People in power—who aren’t in check will of course be corrupt and do as they please. That is a reality that must be
checked by other forces and an alert public.
It is said that an alert public is what is required for a Democracy. There are materialistic forces and idealistic forces that constantly are moving
in a Democracy. Every now and then idealistic forces gain a lot of power and control over individuals. Whether it’s capitalism, or, it’s
socialism individuals must be aware of the power behind ideas, and, the power of what it brings about. Under a capitalist society like our own—we
must be alert and aware of what’s going on, and, we must send the entrepreneurs a message with our dollar votes. We must let them know what we like
and what we don’t like, and, that we aren’t just stupid immature children that can be bossed around.
Under a socialist system—we must let the state know that we won’t tolerate any more infringement on our freedoms. Most socialists wish to take
away individual freedom that would exist under a capitalistic society in favor of some kind of individualism collectivism, or, something like that.
They would rather have planned means of production controlled by a small group of people, or, workers as a whole. If we let our country ever become
like that—even more of a planned economy than it is now—we let the planners know we won’t tolerate gross violations of human freedom, or,
anything of the sort.
I guess what I’m saying is that we need to be alert as citizens in a Democracy, or, in any system. We’ve as a nation become apathetic, and,
we’ve let the elite run around doing whatever they’ve wanted. We’ve let them go around bombing other nations, we’ve let them get corrupt
beyond belief… we’ve let them encroach on our civil liberties, and, we’ve let them get away with a lot of things that they shouldn’t get away
with. We must confront these people-- and inform the masses of people that aren’t aware of their activities and tell them about what they’re
If we are to have a system like capitalism individuals of our society have to at least try to be alert, and, at the very least partially attentive
individuals. We can’t have this debt financing system that we currently have right now where we just print money out of nothing and expect nothing
to happen as a consequence of that. We have to be cautious of our actions and realize that all of our present actions will have some sort of future
action… and… that we just shouldn’t do things mindlessly or we’ll be easily taken advantage of.
I guess what I’m saying is that we have the power to take the power away from the elites. We can take the power away from the bilderberg group that
they wield by holding them accountable for any possible crimes they have committed. We can hold these people running the world accountable for the
crimes they commit, and, we can hold propagandists accountable for crimes they commit. If we can hold individual citizens accountable for crimes, we
can do it for them too. That’s what the elites don’t want… they don’t want you to be alert and informed. If we hold them accountable… we
can beat them.
I’ve also finally understood what the name of Alex Jone’s site infowars means. It’s a war about information, about truth, and justice. And we
should be trying to hold the people who have done wrong accountable, and, not letting them get away. If we don’t want to talk about things because
it troubles us… that’s not justice. An army of alert and aware citizens who know what the elite are doing--
[edit on 16-1-2010 by Frankidealist35]