posted on Jul, 4 2012 @ 11:01 PM
Originally posted by RobinB022
"Well, I must be a terrorist"
"Oh well, I guess I'm on their list"
"Soon, they are going to push us to far", etc.
Guess what, it's not ok to be on that list. Not for those reasons, and how the hell far is too far? Are we ever going to feel that we've "had
enough?" We need to talk to these people and in large numbers. I don't have the solution, but I know that doing as I have been isn't it.
" An error doesn't become a mistake until you refuse to correct it " ~JFK
Great quote. I think the problem is that we are spread out so far. In certain areas, it's easy to amass. (Los Angeles, NYC) You really feel like
people are hearing you when you get together and protest in those areas. In the smallest towns, you might be the only person holding up a sign. It's
a helpless feeling. And, to add, it's easy to get a feel for how many people would sympathize with your message. Talk to your friends and family.
They will deny the problem, or maybe even tell you something like "It's always been this way." I don't care HOW LONG it's been going on, if
something is wrong, it needs to be stopped, and sooner rather than later!
We are so few, and scatter around so much. That is the big problem I see for most of us, and it's kind of like being a soldier in a war where your
fellow men and women reject your cause. The majority of people are caught up in a left right game and are not prepared to come to terms with a
Are you prepared to 'rescue' these same people who would denounce your efforts and call you crazy? What a Herculean effort, to rescue the country
while being denounced by most of its people. It's infuriating to the point you almost root for the bad guys because at least then, there might be a
speedy waking up. The elite could be pressured into moving too fast and jolting the masses, resulting in a mass awakening. I wish...