posted on Jul, 21 2011 @ 09:28 PM
reply to post by zerozero00
No...if you're a whistleblower and you want to survive, you need to speak as loud as you can. If you make it known what you know, and then you die,
then the truth is quite obvious. Take JFK's death as an example. he made it pretty clear what was going on, and he got killed. I think his death
helped create an awareness.
There should be a whistleblower code where they openly make it clear that they are in danger of being killed, and if they die, they know where to
look. Obviously this can also be downplayed by the accused saying "oh, he's just nuts and he committed suicide to frame me." But again, if it happens
over and over again I think we know what's up.
I'm just surprised no justice was put in place. I"m surprised the individuals responsible weren't pursued and avenged. I'm just hoping all this slow
accumulation of awareness will reach tipping point and then summon a significant group of people to overthrow our damned government.
People think overthrowing the government is silly business, adsurb, or ridiculous. But if you think about it on a smaller scale. if this was a village
and you know someone was f-ing w/ ur well being, it's a lot easier to overthrow. In fact, you just need a group of probably around 20,000 people
backed by the mass majority, and perhaps some just individuals like Ron Paul, and then just blitzkrieg into White House and claim the change of
This was how it was always done. The Pilgrims came and took over America, and the natives were just minding their business. How come we can't now
overthrow these selfish and stupid politicians when they are not only f-ing up the country, but also the world? I'm +1 to overthrowing the damned
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