reply to post by projectvxn
Do not couple the revolution with these fools at OWS.
They may want their fight, and want the death of the rich, but that is why for each of them out there, there are people like me. I want revolution -
but I want the revolution to be based on the first American Revolution, not the ideals that these people are preaching.
I have not participated in the protests because they do not follow the belief in the Constitution and they radicals in every way of thinking,
promoting socialism at every turn and wishing death upon those more successful than they. I know this because I have seen the schedules of events and
the "education" seminars these people provide on Marxism, Communism, and socialism in general. I have heard the chants and I have seen the demands.
I have watched as they claim no leadership yet are funded and directed by those very 1% they are protesting. Just like everything else, the OWS
movement is attracting a lot of sheep to the pasture, unawares of the wolves that surround them.
I understand vxn, that you were not born in this country, but you understand its history more than most. With that said it means that you should
understand that the system is so very corrupted to the core, and the people so savagely deluded with the two party system, that hope of ever electing
Constitutionally minded candidates will never exist. Such would be against the interests of those in power and they will, as they have done for so
long before now, make sure that it does now happen.
Even when the Tea Party sought to change the outlook of Americans it was co-opted and destroyed, becoming a radical wing for the Republican party.
Only then did the Tea Party candidates get elected into office in 2010, not based on their Constitutional standings, but upon the same old Republican
ticket as always.
So these protests have me in a dilemma. While I feel that the people involved are not dedicated enough to start a revolution, if it would happen it
would be very bad for this country because their agenda is not a Constitutionalist one, it is no a free and individualized one. Which is why if it
does happen, there will be instead of an attempted peaceful Constitutional Revolution, there will be Civil War, the collective versus the individual,
the socialist versus the capitalist, the Patriots versus the Progressives.
The Founding Fathers held off violence for years and years when things got bad. Even up until days before the fighting began, many were against war of
any kind. The army lines were thin, patriotism was practically non-existent, and it was looking like a meager cause. However, when the Declaration of
Independence was written and announced, a new surge of patriotism came and the ranks of the military swelled because people knew what they were
fighting for. People who want were against violence from every angle knew that if they wanted their freedom, the only way they were going to get it IS
I have long said that if it comes to it I will fight - but that it not on my terms. There will come a time when we march on DC without permits,
without legislation to back us up, and without warning, and we DEMAND returned control of this country back to the people. And we will keep walking,
and we will keep demanding... and one of two things are going to happen.
They are going to accept defeat.
The Boston Massacre 2.0
That is their choice. But should they choose the later then many will fight and the fight will not stop until freedom is won. They will think that
they are unbeatable, but as history shows the British, too, were unbeatable. They will outnumber us, they will instill more laws against us, they will
turn brother against brother, but in the end, so long as we remain steadfast, freedom will be won, and it will be through violence or the threat of
Man does not change. They are an arrogant, proud species. They will hold onto power even until their death, for fear of its loss will make them seem
worthless. Violence has long been the answer to such foolhardiness. Violence WILL be the answer once again.