posted on May, 5 2012 @ 08:08 PM
I still think we are looking at this through a tunnel. What if both action and reaction is entirely based on a predesigned orchestra of opportunities
taken advantage of at the right times in history leading to our current political structure with its accompanying powers behind the many curtains and
locked doors, we can consider...
What if no matter who did what on which side. Both sides end up working for the same purpose in such a convoluted game. Civil war or civil unrest from
the US would be shameful.
I hope that what remains with us are things like what I saw not at any rally or video of, or speech or quote, or snippet of history or information.
Nothing learned. When I see what I saw in New Yorkers when we dealt with what we got. When the blackouts happened shortly after and we held it
People from all genders races and backgrounds directing traffic on the street and side walk with order and a sense of unity and brotherhood. The
common bond as a people that kept the peace and order of a worthy people. Some simply helped others get to where they were going. Pickup trucks
stopping and asking if they needed a lift even though they were almost falling over.
Lost groups of tourists being led by a group of hoodlums to a map and offering a cell phone. We were people. Not animals. We are good people. We want
better. Not safer. We feel safe with each other.
Even after when the lights came back on. We were strong and kept on going without skipping a beat. We were defiant of adversity. Not scared and lost.
Not defiant of each other. Everything else is orchestrated.
I won't ever think for a moment that the blood of another civil war should ever spill on our soil ever again. Ours was one of the worst, if not the
worst. What have we learned? That we are capable of more. Danger is not our weakness. Unity not in question. The "wrong doers" are not on any side,
rather behind them all.
edit on 5-5-2012 by BIHOTZ because: (no reason given)