posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 09:54 AM
I feel your pain, brother. I've been screaming this for years. Way before the election, way before Bush, way before HCR. I'm dumbfounded as to
why people, and from all places ATS, can't seem to wrap their pointy little heads around this. It's the elites v. the populace. It has always been
the elites v. the populace. Politicians, bankers, big business, et al make up the elites. Everything they do serves their own. At our expense.
When we get a movement going they simply infiltrate it, hijack it and (once again) set us against one another. As long as we're at one another's
throats we can't see who the real villain is.
I've begged people here and elsewhere to do a simple 'Reader's Digest' perusal of the events in pre-revolution France to understand where we are
today. The parallels are astounding. Then as now it was the elites, completely out-of-touch with the reality of the common man, living large and
lining their pockets on the backs of their citizens. The solgan of the revolution says it all: "Liberté, égalité, fraternité" (liberty,
For the love of God people please wake-up before it's too late.