posted on Sep, 6 2011 @ 11:23 AM
reply to post by petrus4
Benefits the population. Wouldn't that be nice to experience for a change? It's sometimes a difficult concept to get the head round - that some
governments do actually care about the overall welfare of their own people. I think France may be another example.
Do our mp's care if their policies are being implemented? Not really. Do our mp's care if they're in the party of power? I think not. Why would
they? They get well beyond the average wage plus, as we are now all well aware, ludicrous expenses, and the opportunity to be bribed by lobbyists on
a daily basis whether they be in or out of power.
That's what our system has created imo. A bunch of small minded, self serving, money grubbing scoundrels who would chew off their own right arm
rather than alter the status quo.
This is why we need a revolution of our entire system. Not on our streets - talk about playing into the hands of a wannabe oppressive regime.
Do you realise that the current civil unrest we've being experiencing at the moment was being prepared for by our government at least 7 years ago.
A nice policeman client (in his 40's), told me about three years ago that he 'had been receiving training for massive civil unrest for the past 4
years.' (Which rather disturbed him).
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