posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 02:11 AM
It 'may'not happen in our lifetimes but if we do not take a stand now against those that wish to control every aspect of our lives and have us as
indentured debt ridden slaves then we not only have ourselves to blame when it happens but also leave a legacy of misery and servitude for our
children and grandchildren, and who do you think would be the more forgiving?
If we do not take a stand now whilst its fairly easy to accomplish then you only have to look at places like Libya and Iraq were long time rulers have
led with an iron fist against any who oppose them.
So who is going to appreciate it more? who benefits the most? your children and the children of millions of others like you , or the few hundred
people who are doing it to benefit themselves?
And besides every generation says something similar, my grandparents thought they'd never see a terrible war but they did with WW2, my parents thought
they never see see a terrible occurance, they did with the cold war, we have had the war on terror and erosion of our rights in the name of safety,
what will our children have to worry about?
Expanding their humanity and bettering themselves and humankind as a whole , or living at someone elses whim in fear, frustration and not really
having the chance at becoming more than we were?.
edit on 24/8/11 by DataWraith because: Additions