I've listened to this twice today. A very true to the heart transmission that really emotes the frustration that many are feeling right now. But..
I also agree with a comment that was made on youtube, about how it's too late and now it's just survival time.
Good video. I share your sentiments. Unfortunately you'll be one of the first rounded up and hauled off to a detention center for re
education. This country is GONE. It is TOO LATE. The line in the sand should have come when they installed TSA in the airports to molest everyone.
No one did anything. Now this is what we have. GAME OVER. Now it's survival time. My interests turn toward protecting my family and providing their
needs for when SHTF. No one cares out there. Everyone is zombified.
My line in the sand was TSA too. I stopped flying and I haven't flown in years because I don't feel safe in the hands of a TSA agent, and, I'm
uncomfortable letting a stranger have their hands on my body in the manner that was too invasive for me. My body is personal and it belongs to me,
not for the hands of a stranger in an airport, not between my legs or on my breasts.
I grew tired of watching our men stand there in silence as women were ushered through like cattle and molested by hands, or walked through the back
scatter machines. Pride stripped. Acceptance, and shame, that this is how it is going to be for now on. The image of people willingly standing in
line, accepting this procedure haunts me.
Yes, TSA should have been our line in the sand and because it was not, they have continued to push more at us at an alarming rate. Now I am seeing
people all over the internet from other countries saying "do something!" and the response is normally "but what can we do? I have to go to work, I
have kids to feed, I have a job, I can't fight the system".
In the past few months, I have been one of 8 protesters in our town. That's right only 8 who care to stand up. We can't do it alone. But each time
we are out there I see people barely look at us. Or they look and honk, and say "Right on man" or "Yeah!" with a thumbs up. I want them to stop.
Stop, and get out of your car, stop and join us. And then there are people out there who have that look of fear in their eyes, as if they just want it
all to go away like a bad dream.
I tend to feel that it's too late. I feel as if people are in a stupor around me. Fighting back seems to take too much time away from tv, from jobs,
from children, from the computer, the cell phone, and so on. Eventually you realize as you watch people walk around you and continue on that they
either don't care or they are too afraid. Perhaps they think they might get taken to jail and why bother with that?
I see complacency and complicity. I do feel that people are giving up and giving in. Not even the image of women and children being violated in
airports all over this nation, is enough to shake people up. As a nation, we should be enraged. As a people, as a whole, we should all fight this
horrible stranglehold and abuse of power.
That should have been our line in the sand. Innocent children and women killed in drone wars in Somalia, Yemen, Afghanistan, Pakistan, should have
been our line in the sand.
The more each American is willing to stand down for, the more will be pushed upon us in the form of "taxes", new executive orders, secret laws
passed in the night, and so on.
I too have gone into survival mode, taking care of my family and friends, pulling back from the system more and more, and becoming more self reliant.
I think we are past the point of no return now. I don't think we can turn this ship around which has been careening out of control for all too long.
Anything is possible, I suppose but at this point I feel that all I can do is get ready.