posted on Oct, 26 2011 @ 12:52 PM
I am reminded of the movie The Patriot with Mel Gibson. While not a true story, I believe the premise behind the revolution was correct. If you were
to take that movie and put it into today's environment, you have the same exact thing happening now. Government being oppressive to it's people.
Taxation that is rampant, government officials who are corrupt. We are no different now than our forefathers were over 250 years ago. In fact, the
majority of colonists were on the side of the British, not the Americans. Yet they defeated the greatest army on earth at that time. What does that
tell you? Sure they have guns, etc. But they have to fight a certain way. Militia do not. Our country is far too vast for them to suppress any
revolution that happens. I am not promoting everyone goes out and gets guns so we can rush DC. What I am saying is if that moment does in fact
arise, then we will be in the same position our forefathers were in. Armies occupying our cities, citizens losing their rights and property.
Just imagine if you can, a day with no purchases taking place. In fact, I would go a step further and promote no entertainment either. No movies, TV
or radio. now imagine the impact that would have on revenue. Imagine the impact that would have on wall street. There are ways to protest
peacefully, but you have to have cohesion and compliance in order for it to be effective. If even 50% of our nation participated it would be a huge
statement and cost the 1% billions in lost revenue. Take away their money, and you take away their power. You instill fear into them of the public
in general, which is what they should fear.