posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 07:26 AM
reply to post by LieBuster
The violence you are advocating is nothing more than mindless misdirected violence. Even the organized "anarchists" efforts accomplish only one
thing, and that is the continued rise of the police state. Like attracts like, and for every action there is an opposite and equal reaction. If the
violence can't be used for anything more than pointless rioting and regurgitation of anger, then the violence is not only just a waste of time, it is
People would be far more effective to simply just quietly and respectfully decline to support the system that perpetuates this violence. The vast
majority of people who are rioting in the streets today will continue to pay taxes, will continue to refer to themselves as "taxpayers", and will
even scream that as "taxpayers" they have rights. Take a look at your "taxpayer
for yourself and ask yourself, what do these legal stipulations have to do with rights?
If people are willing to risk life, limb and freedom just to riot in the streets, you would think people would be more than willing to stop giving
their hard earned money to government agencies in order to fund the police state they are so angry at. Of course, very few people appear to be
rational when they are angry, and once the anger subsides an elevated consciousness is rarely what happens, and usually people go right back down the
downward spiral of apathy and ignorance.
As long as we the people continue to fund this rising police state, the police state will only get worse, and it most certainly will not go away.
Poor people that can barely put food on the table and live pay check to pay check in fear of homelessness pay taxes. Taxes are what have created this
mess, and taxes are what keep poor people from breaking free of the system and creating their own wealth.
While taxes are necessary to keep government functioning, it is clear to too many people today that the way government is functioning is beyond
control, intrusive, and unforgivably murderous. Either people can rationally and reasonably withdraw from such a system, or continue to fund it while
occasionally throwing temper tantrums to demonstrate their utter sense of helplessness. Which do you think is the wiser choice?