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Originally posted by Danbones
let lose some faux hoods...dress the cops as protestors..throw a few rocks
like Montebello Quebec, or Seattle...or Philly
arrest people for existing
invent some fake laws like the police did in Toronto at the G-20
Originally posted by thedeadwalkk
America's day of rage will be swamped by martial lawedit on 18-2-2011 by thedeadwalkk because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by theclutch
This whole thing has nothing to do with unions or pay or equal rights or blaa blaa blaa. It has everything to do with making the middle class.........into the poor class!
So I think they should be RIOTING. The non-union workers should be RIOTING as well! not protesting like a bunch of wimps!
Stand up for your rights people! Don't let them take even ONE more step over that line! Push them back!
Originally posted by VI0811
reply to post by Seekeye2
I don't believe rioting is going to solve our issues. Economically, If done correctly, America can easily recover. But, obviously the politicians don't want this. I am not sure of the answer at this point because of that. But, rioting will only make it worse as 20% of the populace will pillage and loot, and I will be forced to protect my family and people may die from those of us protecting our loved ones.
Sometimes there were only a few hundred young enthusiasts in the square, but for Al Jazeera they were the supreme oracle of what Egypt wanted. Egypt has upwards of 80 million people, and the Cairo metropolitan area numbers almost 20 million, but the anti-Mubarak forces had a very hard time ever getting above 50,000 or so — even in the days when they bombastically promised a Million Man March or even a Two Million Man March. Compared to Kiev, a smaller city, in November 2004, Cairo was a feeble effort.
The gaggle in the square was simply a made for television moment, and its participants — what ever their subjective intentions — were reduced to props, scenery, extras, or walk-on parts at the very most. They hated Mubarak. They wanted the entire regime out. They rejected hierarchy. They wanted transparency. With such a pathetic and primitive level of political consciousness, the mob in the square could never hope to determine events, but was always condemned to become the tool of some organized force which actually knew what it wanted — such as the CIA.
Originally posted by Illusionsaregrander
Dont fall for a Day of Rage, people.
I strongly suspect that the coincidental uprisings all over the middle east are orchestrated. And thats not good for us.
We dont want our Constitution gutted and martial law imposed here as it has been overseas.
Dont be reactionary. The media is selling you something, are you really going to buy it? You think we can trust the MSM? They are owned by the corporate elite.