posted on Sep, 5 2013 @ 07:57 AM
reply to post by TruthxIsxInxThexMist
They would. They would also be looking at a bunch of people who got themselves fired from thier jobs, and would be on the verge of losing thier
homes, having thier families split up, having thier children taken from them and thier spouses leave them, they would be looking at essentially a
bunch of suicide cases waiting to happen, and you know, its not even as if the money we earn today will pay for the wars of tomorrow. Those are
already bought and paid for well before we even hear a glimmer of the possibility.
Before this chemical attack in Syria, maybe even slightly before the uprising there began, slush funds, black budgets, emergency funds and the like
were opened up, and money began to be spent by the nations involved in potential interventions in the area, on preparing thier response in the
military logistics sense. Stopping working now will not have any effect on the actual outcome, what so ever.
The ONLY effect of people taking themselves out of the equation in this way, will be to render those people powerless to even comment later on,
because at the end of the day, they will not be able to access thier internet provision, because many are only one pay check away from gutter
dwelling, so any destabilisation will cause them more grief than it causes the governments involved. THAT is what I am getting at.
I am trying to say that any such action on the part of the people does them more damage, than can be done to the war effort, if there is to be such a
thing. If you think quitting work for a couple of days, a week, a month, en masse, will do anything to harm the governments intentions in this arena,
then I believe you are sorely mistaken, and that the only outcome will be sorrow and destitution for those who made the type of stand you are
edit on 5-9-2013 by TrueBrit because: Spelling issues.