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posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 02:26 PM
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posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 02:28 PM
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reply to post by SPACEYstranger
 


Lol ! agreed...... !



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 02:49 PM
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I think you misunderstand the intent. It is not to riot and hurt innocent lives, but rather to remove those in power who have allowed this to take place, i.e. congress, senate, unlawful police actions, etc. There is a line, and those who cross it deserve punishment. Those who take action to correct years of corruption at the expense of the American people do not.


Then what? Who calls the shots? You? Me? Another smooth-talking individual who became a figure during the 'revolution?'

Removing people from power is no problem. The Militia can wreak havoc on our upper tiers of government at an alarming rate. The problem is "So... now that half of DC is hanging by their necks... what's next?"

It's merely a history lesson to see where things will go. America has always had some pretty deep fissures within its society. Those will rear their ugly heads without a very well coordinated end-game to this whole "remove people from power" idea.

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Really? You just said you don't believe in violence unless its you being violent.


Do not put words in my mouth. Violence is not how we solve domestic problems. When you choose to use violence as a matter of civil discourse - you are no longer part of this society.


Rioting is just another word for War, the only difference is who is doing the rioting/warring. Nothing but labels really.


If you are willing to resort to violence - then expect to have it dished back at you. You wish to use violence to deny rights to people and to "collapse the system."

If you want to call it a war - that is what you can call it. It is a bunch of people acting like animals in an attempt to coerce others into doing what they want.


Shunning works very well in these circumstances and if you choose to place yourself in a situation where you feel your "hot-temper" gets to use "lethal force" I hope its with me.


You're obviously ignorant of the circumstances you are inviting upon yourself. You talk as though this is a "I will punch you in the face" sort of discussion. That, it is not. You boast about rioting being a war, yet seem to not recognize a promise of a militia response to your wanton destruction.

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There's some sound logic.


I am having trouble in these economic times. My response, however, is not to threaten to kill wealthy people.

People whose response to adversity is to rape and pillage from others have no business in society. They are vermin and will be removed when the situation makes their intent and resolve clear.



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 02:50 PM
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This story is false it is to stir up an angry protest and violent actons. So they can implement a strong hand of control.Which will be thorugh manipulation and falsification of media to be justified in ther suppression of this movement. If they win by doin this we wont be able to get legal right to protest in areas that realy affect them they will say we cant in these areas because violence may occuer. Dont let them win THEY FEAR US because we are staying peaceful. They cant use force when we are useing the law to our benefit. THROUGH PEACEFUL PROGRES we may stand a chance of some change. Through disorder we will be the ones to suffer more.



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 03:03 PM
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Did our forefathers have a plan for who would take the reins of authority when we started our revolution? No, once they had their freedom they spent a few years debating and organizing what would become our constitution, and our political process. There is no reason to believe it can't be done again.



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 03:03 PM
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And that proves what? Other then you are a jerk, by trying to out an ATS Members name.

He is very vocal in stating he is current Military.

Unless he is posting to ATS, for the Military (What MOS would that be?) that proves nothing, as we are from all walks of life.


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posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 03:06 PM
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I'd like to hear what some of these people would say if they hit the lotto, or God forbid, created their own wealth through hard work. The system is not perfect folks, but ANYONE can make it happen. All they need is a good idea and the willingness to work hard. Why are the people that did build their own empires and EMPLOY MILLIONS at fault?
There will always be freeloaders though. People that are too lazy to make it happen.

OWS makes little sense to me. These corporations are who own businesses that employ most of the middle class. My field is healthcare, well, those hospitals are mostly owned by corporations. Hospitals are kinda important ya know. Killing the rich is so ridiculous I can barely type the words. Wall street isn't innocent but they are not the main problem here. Congress created this crap by forcing banks to take high risk loans. They are protesting at the wrong place, they need to be outside the capital. I'm in no way saying that anyone should attack Congress, just place the blame where it belongs, in Washington. That's who's spending all our money. Just keep this one thing in mind, and perhaps it could help some of you keep things in the proper perspective.

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posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 03:11 PM
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In my view, this is not so much about them making all the money they can, it's about them buying out our government for their own gain. This is where the heart of the matter lies. If you or I had a business and took risks that put our business in jeopardy of going under, would the government give us a handout...bail out? NO! This is why people are so upset. Our policies have been crafted with those in control of our monetary system so they are the beneficiaries of those policies.



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 03:38 PM
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Originally posted by haarvik
reply to post by Aim64C
 


Did our forefathers have a plan for who would take the reins of authority when we started our revolution?


Yes.

The U.S. had been largely self-governing for over a century before the British began to throw their weight into the mix. The Colonies were largely ignored until someone took a look at the accounting sheets and realized we were making money hand-over-fist.


No, once they had their freedom they spent a few years debating and organizing what would become our constitution, and our political process. There is no reason to believe it can't be done again.


The Declaration of Independence was signed by representatives from the 13 Colonies, and heavily weighed upon by the governing structure of those colonies.

This would be akin to several states deciding to secede from the Union - an action I would defend as their right (particularly in the face of the insanity displayed by our National Government).

Think about it - we saw the rise of the Continental Congress out of the Declaration of Independence (and the proceedings that led to it). Militias and armies were commissioned - this was not a bunch of people pissed off, burning down each others' houses randomly. While there were such actions - the overall movement was far more organized and strategic in manner.

Compare that to these Wal-Street protests. Half the retards don't even know why they are there. Not a one of them there actually understand the problems that led to our current economic situation (or they wouldn't be "occupying wall street" - they would be pitching a fit at Capitol Hill).

I have zero confidence in their leadership capabilities.

This nation was not born out of chaotic protests and demonstrations. It was born out of our own necessity to govern and function independently so far away from the British Crown. We were our own country, making many of our own decisions and collecting many of our own taxes long before we started protesting British taxes.

What you are talking about doing is completely throwing out our current system and replacing it with, quite literally, packs of raving monkeys.

Packs of raving monkeys I don't much care for. I'm no fan of socialists - and most of these wall-street protesters can be categorized as such. I will not respect any institution they establish through the use of coercion, and will seek to remove it, myself.

And that, kids, is what is called a civil war.



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 03:54 PM
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It isn't all the wealthy who are at fault here! There are those who actually worked hard to attain the financial comfort they enjoy. What would be considered as being "wealthy"? Do we kill big lottery winners too? I personally blame those wealthy who get involved in politics so as to be able to protect their own interests, such as their pushing for laws that allow them to remain tax free, whilst the middle income and the poor have to carry the load! Washington and Ottawa have no shortage of wealthy politicians who really don't give a damn about the common folk who elected them! Believe me...I have no love for those creeps, but even though many, many folk would love to see it happen, I wouldn't get on line and call out for them to be killed! Besides, killing is too good for those slime buckets!



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 04:06 PM
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we should wait for wikileaks to clear a few things about this story first. lol.



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 04:23 PM
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Competition is reality. There is no natural system in which there is no competition.


There is no system without cooperation.





posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 04:27 PM
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Originally posted by haarvik
reply to post by Aim64C
 


Did our forefathers have a plan for who would take the reins of authority when we started our revolution? No, once they had their freedom they spent a few years debating and organizing what would become our constitution, and our political process. There is no reason to believe it can't be done again.


Yeah, people want to pretend that it was a smooth transition from revolution to republic. Some folks must have been sleeping during history class when they covered Shays' and the Whiskey Rebellions.

"The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is its natural manure."- T. Jefferson



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 04:35 PM
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That was seriously one bigtime breach of conduct on ats there are some things that you just do not do.

posting personal information such that is wrong on so many levels and why?

Just because he didnt agree with what he said? thats childish immature and pathetic.

that offense warrents more than a manner and decorum penalty whats to stop the poster from doing it agian.

lost a few points a slap on the hands

in my humble opinion a posting ban would have been more appropriate of no less than 72 hours.
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posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 04:39 PM
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Awkward. ATS saw me naked!


Mac, when you get back, please edit your account. Thanks!

I'm not a paid shill. Nor a sock puppet. Just a guy with a difference of opinion.

And I still think this "threat" and posts that support it are in bad taste.



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 04:48 PM
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Thanks for outing me, jerk.


Learn how the internet works. The information is publicly available. Why don't you write an angry letter to ICANN and tell them to reconfigure the internet for your pathetic governmental spewage.

In the future don't advertise your domain if you don't want people looking you up.

-MM

PS. Honest debate? You mean all that rhetoric you're eschewing?


Joke, non-joke, actual threat, false flag; this is a disgusting illustration of the "movement".
And right now, this "movement" belongs to the bowels.


I guess it's only OK when congress officially sanctions blowing up brown people in foreign nations, right? Unlike the hypothetical OP, you're an actual part of a real-world killing machine.
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posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 04:49 PM
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I'm not boasting about anything I'm responding to your threat of violence. I'm letting you know you don't have a lock on it.

I'm not advocating rioting and killing innocent persons. I'm observing the obvious end game coming our way. As more people enter the ranks of "those with nothing to lose" its going to get ugly for "those with something to lose". I advocate calling out those responsible for the state of our Republic now and shunning them throughly before it becomes a cluster. Or we can do it your way and just hope some tough talk about militias will keep starving people in line until the Wizard grows a heart.
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posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 04:58 PM
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I hope they try.

I am not a a millionaire, but I have a nice house in a nice neighborhood. I also have a S&W .40, a Mossberg 12 gauge and a .300 Win Mag.

So please, try it, worthless hippies.

And you think they're only gonna go after "the bankers"? Think again. If you're a homeowner, arm yourself.
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posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 04:58 PM
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Originally posted by Mishmashum
I guess it's only OK when congress officially sanctions blowing up brown people in foreign nations, right? Unlike the hypothetical OP, you're an actual part of a real-world killing machine.
edit on 7-10-2011 by Mishmashum because: (no reason given)

Brown people? Another topic. Start a thread.

And actually being a part of the "real world killing machine"?

Yeah. I actually know what I'm talking about. Thanks for that verification. Since you are obviously NOT a person who speaks from experience, it explains much.



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 05:03 PM
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how do you figure?

the military doesnt start wars civilians do and have a problem with that take it up with your fearless leader.



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