posted on Mar, 9 2022 @ 06:37 PM
I guess I am not as pessimistic as you are hah
Sorry it took so long to respond. Im not pessimistic as I don't see the need for something like an insurrection etc. It was really more an 'in your
face' look at the whole idea. Ever since I can remember, no one has been satisfied with the Government of the US or the People running it. Maybe at
the beginning they were. But I wasn't there.
As several have so eloquently pointed out, it takes very few to do a great deal of harm. Maybe I didn't think it through enough..I just feel like if
the problem really required citizen attention then there would be no doubt, not only among the citizenry but our defenders as well. EVERYONE would
Personally Im not disenfranchised, and can't see anything that could justify the behavior of some of those people at the Capital riot.
When it came on tv I thought it was a joke, I even texted a buddy and was like "Viva la Revolution" as a joke..then as it went on, it went from
funny, to a pretty bad tragedy.
Not going to go into the politics part of it.
I think the point of the thread was to challenge the notion that all it takes to take over America is 'The blood of Patriots'.(we hear a lot of this
And to point out with logic and numbers that the US is a heck of a lot more than the 'whackos' can even dream of being able to manipulate, much less
I haven't figured out how to fix the percieved problem yet. Some imaginary false flag to get us all on the same page…Ive really tried to put myself
in the shoes of the rioters that day..and its pretty disturbing.
I thought of an idea once about a worldwide virtual network of victim tracing..I wish I could explain it the way I see it in my mind..somebody comes
up with that and they'll have my attention.like a foolproof way for a victim of anything to be able to pinpoint the perpetrator of the
victimization..Somehow it would use scoring and numbers and be accessible anywhere anytime even without an individual device…My conception of this
'system' is truly frightening.