I love how my Deadman's Advocate
statements just gets under everyone's skin.
Approximately six months ago, I tried the same approach as the original poster. Unfortunately, I was met with unyielding chaos. Since I noticed that
no one actually cared, except for the few moderators behind the scene, I threw my arms up and walked away.
After thinking about our current situation, the only solution I could think of is 'embrace the chaos'. Regardless about what people say on of these
forums, the 21st century ideology is the destruction of society.
ACORN, Government Unions, Corporations, Lobbyists, Political Activists, 'OWS', 'TeaParty', Democrats, Republicans, Liberals, Conservatives,
Progressives, and NEO Cons all want the same thing. Absolute chaos. Even though they march under rhetorical ideologies, they never truly believe in:
(1) Less government, (2) Absolute Freedom of Speech, (3) Border Protection, (4) Establishing English as the Nation's Language, (5) Freedom of Choice,
(6) Freedom of Religion, (7) Strong Individualism, and (8) Justifiable Wars. They believe in an un-American and un-Constitutional twist of those
'OWS' is all about money. If you strip away all of the static, the only message they spew is about money. Who has it and who doesn't. When they are
confronted with violence, they will quickly throw up the peace sign. Once they are not confronted with violence, the protestors engage in criminal
acts or violence.
Until 'Occupy: America' publicly comes out and rejects 'all ideologies', I will continue to think of them as a wasted pile of flesh. Not human. Just
animal flesh. If they were standing for 'everyone's rights', 'Occupy' would not have accepted the support of Democrat leaning establishments. Look at
the list of supporters found on the front page of their site. Its the whose who of Democrat establishments.
'Occupy: America' represents the 45% that will vote for Obama in 2012.
They do not represent 99%.
Where are your angels?
I don't see them.
Everyone has an agenda.
edit on 10/28/2011 by Section31 because: (no reason given)