posted on Sep, 11 2010 @ 03:29 AM
When the revolution happens and the people have off with their headed the powers, wait for the first lot to jump and decide to be our new leaders.
Then off with their heads, and so on. One day the leaders or those who aspire to be will get the message that we don't want to be led.
Surely thats the problem. May be anarchy has its own problems, but we know from right now and all of history that being led also has its problems.
It's up to us each to decide which has the greater problems, and which the greater benefits.
By the way, anarchy is not running around like psycho vikings on the rampage, it just means living by your own standards and human values. Essentially
it's what we all do anyway, but without the dark looming mountain of government and wise leaders above us all.
I honestly don't know which way I'd choose, I certainly do not like my one life on this planet being controlled by others though. 100's of years ago,
if I had wanted to I could travel the world, no need of visas, no need to apply to be allowed to go here or do this etc. If I sold something I had
sweated and toiled for myself, I didn't have to give somebody else 20%. And I never asked for 20% from them. They helped me if I needed it, and I
helped them. Common human decency. Those who would rob and cheat were quickly identified and eschewed.
I'm rambling. Point being, if you are a sheep, you are led. If you are the shepherd, you lead. But what lies beyond the farm?
edit on 11-9-2010 by 21st century man because: (no reason given)