posted on Aug, 3 2012 @ 07:09 AM
Originally posted by Kastogere
reply to post by Haknow
Honestly there's nothing we can do to stop grown adults from acting like children on the playground who got pushed off the swing.
One awesome trait of a psycho though is that they just cant seem to let anything go.....kind of like America....
I know the prospect for the people to reclaim sovereignty over their land looks daunting and the odds seem impossible.
Yet, it will fall to average American citizens to change the course of history. America is the only country where a a genuine revolution, a people's
revolution, is not only possible, but can help transform the entire world.
The United States belongs to its people, not its government or corporations. The people must take responsibility for what is going on in their
Look at the police's brutality - the deployment of drones in American skies - the spreading influence of the TSA - the wiretapping and data spying -
the torture in undisclosed rendition countries - the absence of rights in Guantanamo - the assassination of american citizens on executive order of
the President...And, of course, the sanctions, embargoes and hypocritical wars inflicted upon other peoples in the name of "freedom".
Do you really think the US can get away with that? Do you really hold it to be "the American way of life"? What will it take for the people to find
whatever courage they have left and say "No more"?
I believe there is, as a matter of fact, a lot a people can do to stop this madness - organise, mobilize, speak out. Tell the truth again and again
until it becomes so deafening that friends, loved ones and colleagues are obliged to listen. Don't worry about whether the government listens, we all
know they don't care about our opinions. It is in each other that we have to find unity, trust and resolve. We need to stop looking to the outside,
we don't need the validation of professional politicians to make good choices.
Of course, you know and I know we are all held by the balls through jobs, credit and the imperative to support our loved ones. But now the game is
changing. And the faster we act, the lesser the evil we'll have to face farther down the road.