Before reading through this I would like everyone here to make a subtle realization that when I say "they" you will have a gut intuition feeling
that there is indeed a "they" and you will acknowledge them as "they" in your psyche. Everyone has their own "they" in their mind...
so THEY do exist...
The price good men pay for indifference to public affairs is to be ruled by evil men. -Plato
He is referring to "Public Affairs" NOT "politics" which unfortunately people cannot differentiate anymore.
All the previous worlds experienced "revolutions" have brought us to yet another "revolution". This leads me to believe that a "revolution" is a
highly inefficient and unsustainable way to bring about the end of something and the start of something as apparently we keep having the need to have
them and thus act in very predictable manners.
"Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." Albert Einstein
History shows that revolutions whether peaceful or violent lead to the need for yet another revolution...at some point...again in the future.
I have elaborated on the definition of Insanity over my career working with the criminally insane.
Insanity - KNOWINGLY doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results"
Stupidity - UNKNOWINGLY doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results"
we can no longer use stupidity and ignorance as an excuse to deny our insanity.
Having said that I must ask everyone here who believes in "revolution" as the answer to consider the fact that we are where we are today because the
previous revolution failed to secure its intentions whatever they were. You might just be insane to think any solution gained from a revolution is
"The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." -- Thomas Jefferson
what a viscous cycle to live in...
I personally don't see revolution as a solution as "they" (revolts) are easily hijacked and maneuvered in a manner that alludes everyone to
thinking "problem solved" or "yay we won!" when all you really did is break a lot of stuff and forgot how to live without all the stuff you just
"Warmaking doesn't stop warmaking. If it did, our problems would have stopped millennia ago." -- Colman McCarthy
I think there is a reason that "revolutions" are perpetuated as "glorious" and "progressive" towards a "better world"...or at least that is
the impression of revolutions that was put on me throughout school. I think it sets the stage for an obvious approach to solving "world" sized
If not then why is it that everyone seems to have almost a mental constipation of how to "fix the problem" without having to resort to the obvious
regurgitated high school American history lecture...
"The answer to 1984 is 1776" Alex Jones
ring a bell?
Anyone who thinks they know something about how history went down thinks the revolution installed the constitution that apparently in the
end...doesn't matter anymore which is why some on here are calling for yet another revolution solution to install yet another piece of paper solution
that I'm sure will yield the same damn results...and thus the cycle continues.
The more I think about the "options" to "fixing the problem" the more I feel they are too incredibly obvious, predictable and ultimately
impractical. Which means they have been thought of and accounted for and prepared for by those who really would rather avoid a REAL CHANGE to the
ORDER of THINGS...
I mean really think about it what really has changed from the old world to the new world other than your gadgets?
as far as I can see the concept is still the same the few...over the many.
Its blatantly obvious NOW because this game is almost over and its time for a new one but to start over someone has to clean the game board with a
Then they can start the new game with new rules and different playing pieces and colored squares, maybe even a spinner instead of dice...but
ultimately and always the same concept with the same ultimate goal of the few over the many...
in every decision you make in your life you have two choices upon which to base them on...
and they perpetuate themselves...
The world is afraid right now, its:
World war three afraid
false flag attack afraid
alien invasion from where the hell ever afraid
blue beam afraid
police brutality afraid
false puppet president afraid
May 21 wait no Oct 21 rapture afraid
stock market crash afraid
so many things to be afraid of, so many choices being made in fear out of fear inducing more fear...
If ANY of those listed things actually came to fruition, wouldn't you regret?
regret the time in which spent on ATS avoiding your family or friends?
regret the time you spent stockpiling and hoarding and preparing to live without them?
regret the decision to live in a hole in the ground with top ramen with only the consolation of "i knew it!! TSHTF!!"
regret the decision to spend money on a bunker to do the above? instead of just simply doing what you LOVE that moment in time?
“Only Thing We Have to Fear Is Fear Itself”: FDR
Thread I authored a while ago that coincides with this one.