Originally posted by Mainer
A second Civil War would have to be based somewhat on sociapolitical geography. Physlcal grouping would be important to any sort of mass movements. If you look at the electoral college mapping for the election there exists a segmentation to support the above:
Originally posted by lucid visionary
Thank You Indigo Child for constructing "the protocols of the learned elders of sion" into layman's text. I've read plenty of your posts and I think you do outstanding work!
Originally posted by twitchy Until Diebold and others involved in the election results are raked over the coals and exposed, I wouldn't trust any demographic representations of the sides to be taken in such an event........... We are not the ruling class, yet we are the majority, and that alone deifes these grandoise principles that we have touted for so long. ...................The soverignty of the american people was taken by the capitalists, and our system of government has failed to act in the interest of the people of this nation every since. The last I heard, the people hold a constitutional right to dissolve or abolish the governement when it fails to represent the interests of the people it governs. I am not advocating revolution, but I am saying that Uncle Sam is no longer a mandate of the people, and the people have a right, nay an obligation to change that. It doesn't matter if you are a conservative or a liberal, if you are rich, or if you are gay, what matters is the control of our political establishments are no longer answerable to the people, and have not been since the early 1900's.
Originally posted by sturod84
how bout enlightening and encouraging debate about these topics? something that has been completly forgoten in mass media and the cultural prowess of our society. lets just all do our best to get these kinds of facts out on the table.
November 3 - Toledo, Ohio Hundreds of angry Ohio residents marched through the streets of Columbus—Ohio’s Capital—this evening and stormed the Ohio State House, defying orders and arrest threats from Ohio State Troopers. "O-H-I-O ! suppressed democracy has got to go,"they chanted. After troopers pushed and scuffled with people, nearly a hundred people took over the steps and entrance to the State’s giant white column capital building and refused repeated orders to disperse or face arrest. People prepared for arrests, ready to face jail—writing lawyers phone numbers on their arms, signing jail support lists and discussing non-cooperation and active resistance (linking arms, but not fighting back).
Originally posted by sturod84
yeah i recall seeing some protests in san fransico they always protest and as usual the media blows it off like nothing happened at all. mabye we need too speak a little louder lol
So should we be thanking the media for helping to eliminate hysteria and violence or should we be cursing them for stifling the dissent?
Originally posted by lucidvisions
Seekerof, do you live in a "red" state? Im not meaning that in a slanderous way,and im not trying to "flame"..but im just wondering because most of my friends that live in other states are having the same thought as you on this.And im wondering if this is just the ideas of us who are living in the "blue" states?
Originally posted by MagicaRose
WILL YOU PLEASE TELL ME "WHAT" KIND OF CIVIL WAR YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT ? WHO WILL BE FIGHTING WHO?