posted on Sep, 30 2013 @ 10:53 PM
reply to post by Thisbseth
I'll answer that this way..... If technology we'd face as citizens breaking out from the pack to just survive, our way, outside the cities was what
we see and know today? Then I'd do just that. In time, when things are a bit clearer, who knows. Time would make most decisions for themselves,
including things we'd rightly see as very rash and stupid by standards of today. You'd be describing a different America in important ways. It's
hard to say.
If technology is more in line to what I think it actually is and the public has never had cause to see or have directed at it before? Then there would
be some very tough decisions to make about risk vs. gain vs. loss on what is complied with and how. There may be far fewer options than some folks
think, and much people consider now may have been thought about and countered, in planning anyway, long long ago.
I hate to sound fatalistic or defeatist, but the two possibilities are very different things too... The first is about taking every option to avoid
confrontation as any sane person ought to. The second is where choices may just not be there...and I mean no option TO resist. It's just hard to
say... We'll all find out together tho, eh?