Some of these comments worry me. This country is being torn into at least two, maybe more pieces. There seems to be a current of opinion that this is
a good thing and it should be encouraged.
People, what will come next? Communities falling apart, state governments "shutting down", and now a demand for the "elites" to be killed, burned,
destroyed so the people can rise up and rule themselves. What will fill the void? People, close your eyes and really picture what anarchy will look
like. Or watch more videos of demonstrators clashing with police/military. It is horrible to watch bloodied people being carried away to who knows
what medical care. Dead bodies lying on the street, blood pooling and coagulating with flies all over the corpses. I mean really. Is that how you
think it needs to be done? Like pulling an adhesive bandage off quickly, It hurts really bad but only for a short while. But take a look at the
bandage, all those hairs torn out at the root. And the skin, it's stripped bare.
I say lets do this the way the "elitists" did it. Create a base of like minded people, build a platform (the basic tenets which the base supports),
market the message (surely we will not avoid smearing our adversaries with clever negative advertising, but we will definitely NOT cause them bodily
harm or tell lies.)
Elect leaders and representatives of the base of support, and have them run for public offices. Also, it is crucial that the leaders and
representatives do something the "adversaries/elitists" are not doing. Hold the base of support accountable for their own actions too. If you hate bad
cops, then become a cop and be the best, most knowledgable, most healthy, most honest cop on your force. Others should do the same in any area they
endeavor, be the best example of what you believe. Make it known that you are part of this base of support. Others will be swayed by your quality of
character and your reverence for freedom and right action.
edit on 13-7-2011 by AutomaticSlim because: typo
edit on 13-7-2011
by AutomaticSlim because: added NOT