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The "Blame Game" Nation.

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posted on Feb, 20 2012 @ 01:45 PM
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Originally posted by Kali74
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I'm not too sure, honestly...it's like cancer, invisible until it's already done harm. It has to become part of our daily national conversation and we have to be willing to not be lazy and call it societal laziness. Laziness again is usually a symptom of something much harder to deal with.


Neither am I, that's why I took the Red pill... Which now leaves me two questions for you:
1) How do we make it part of the Naitional conversation?
2) What is it that laziness is a symptom of?




posted on Feb, 20 2012 @ 03:23 PM
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1) Activism is one way, which we are now seeing some of. Disagree or agree with Occupy but they think they are right about the culprit of much of our woes and are actively doing something they think will bring about solutions.

2) I think laziness is a symptom of being overwhelmed. It's the attitude of nothing is going to change so why bother. I understand it but it needs to change, we need a way to empower people again to affect changes in their lives. We need a way to remind people that it IS the people who hold the power, we gave it away and now it's time to take it back.



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