posted on May, 9 2011 @ 02:21 PM
You are brave ATS members. Braver then you might think. And for that I both thank you as well as sincerely salute you.
Cruising around ATS yesterday was an experience in doom & gloom. Before the day was over I must have posted a half-dozen or more replies that were
clearly anti-TPTB. When I finally went to bed, a strange noise occurred outside my apartment and I laughingly thought that maybe they were finally
here to “take me away”.
Then I thought a bit more and realized that what we are doing on this site is actually quite extraordinary.
Think about it!
Many of us on ATS tend to believe the USA is clearly heading down the path of becoming a full-blown police state. Now if this were to be true how far
down “the list” would we be for all the anti-government statements we make as a collective?
Therefore, every time you post a thread, every time you make a reply, you are striking a blow. More importantly, you may very well be putting
yourself and your family in harm’s way. Yet you do it anyway. My guess is for reasons such as patriotism, ethical attitude, or simply to try to
make the world a better place.
Am I being overly dramatic? Quite probably.
However, if there really are FEMA camps and Fusion Centers scattered over this country and they exist for a specific purpose then you can pretty much
count on your accommodations being reserved.
Will this possibility make me stop? Not in this lifetime friend. Not in this lifetime!!!!!
Will it make you stop? I don’t believe it for one minute!!!!!
In my book that makes you a very brave soul indeed.
One final thought to support each and every one of us through the coming struggles:
"Our safety, our liberty, depends upon preserving the Constitution of the United States as our fathers made it inviolate. The people of the
United States are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution, but to overthrow the men who pervert the
Constitution." - Abraham Lincoln
Let’s all keep up the good fight, no matter where this road may lead.