posted on Jan, 28 2012 @ 09:15 PM
Originally posted by Xcathdra
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
Just because coordination between agencies / government has increased, doesn't necessarily make it sinister, which is my ultimate point. People have
a tendency to fear the unknown, and it becomes worse when they dont know the law and are always paranoid of the government or police.
Instead of asking questions to learn and understand, they just make accusations and refuse to listen to anything that doesn't support that point of
Communication... Government... Law Enforcement... all require back and forth / give and take. It requires to people to be a part of that process. To
be active at all times and not just elections.
Sadly that point is missed by people.
Whoa.... Got condescension?
I didn't say it was sinister, I merely said it was factual as things stand these days and how this is being handled with national guidance and the
national extension of a global movement. Why, it kinda makes sense too, when one thinks of it that way and Occupy is a movement of literally millions,
across the globe.
Now, my main point is what it's been for weeks now. It isn't to suggest D.C. is a villain, but that D.C. is the only appropriate place for this to
continue now. If 'The People' have more mass protesting to do, go where 'the people's' representatives live. This crap in the cities started well
with gaining awareness and numbers, but the movement shouldn't have extended that beyond the numbers building.
Now, it's flat out rioting and civil unrest. It's non-violent....this time. Lets see if it remains that way, but there is no useful purpose within
all the various cities. It's National Capital time to see if change really is what a large % of the people want or not......