posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 03:38 PM
Originally posted by eastbosbud
The problem today is that the internet has casterated us as rallying force to generate the emotional group energy to do something about anything.
We can bitch and whine and get pissed off on line .. but as soon as we step away from our computer we find ourselves in our room alone and all that
group energy and motivation is gone. There is much to say for the actual gathering of real people as apposed to the virtual mob.
Agreed and kudos to you for hitting the nail on the head. We have all allowed ourselves to be lulled into a state of complacency by our 'ability to
express ourselves to ALL online'. Guess what people? Actions, just like the old-days, still speak louder than words. Especially when the media,
big business, and the government (all ONE entity really) have the ability to censor, discredit, and flat-out ignore all of our pathetic online cries
The only thing that will get their attention is when members of the 'ruling class' start showing up with two-in-the-cap. People are only
disgruntled now; wait until they actually start waking up, get mad, and FINALLY decide to take matters into their own hands. But before that can
happen, the rest of rights will be stripped away, including both the first and second amendments to the constitution.
The sad reality is that the US government is out of control, and we STILL won't pull them out of the drivers seat, or at least shoot out the tires.