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The Revolution Will Be Leaderless


Last Edited: September 5, 2010, 2:49 pm

The Revoulution Will Be Leaderless

by Rick G

Most opposition groups in the country were created by the PTB or have been infiltrated and are controlled by the PTB.  Follow the money and it always leads to their vaults.  The Tea Party is a good example of a compromised movement.  By swinging it under the republican umbrella they have effectively alienated democrats, libertarians, independents, Ron Paul supporters and others who may agree with the message but don't care for the messenger (who is equally to blame for our current troubles).  End result is a castrated Tea Party.  PTB mission accomplished.  Ask yourself why a million Tea Partiers are allowed to demonstrate freely outside of a free-speech zone and unaccosted by thugs in Darth Vader costumes?  Compare that to the police riots at the Phila. G-20, Seattle WTO, republican convention in MN, democratic convention in Denver, etc., etc.  If they don't sanction your cause they don't let you protest.  Instead you are put into a 'free-speech' cage and/or arrested for no reason.  Agent provocateurs are always on hand to disrupt the protest as well.  My point is that the PTB are not in the least threatened by the Tea Party.  So what if a congressman loses his job in Nov.?  He will go out with a war chest of money that we won't see in a lifetime and will quickly land a job in the "private" sector with one of his beneficiaries.  The new guy from the other side of the D/R aisle will continue to do business as usual with the same enthusiasm as his predecessor.  It's a win-win situation for all of them.

There is no peace movement in the country.  Every peace group is compromised, usually at the very top.  Result: endless wars go on un-protested.  Alternative media for the most part is a tool of the PTB (again, follow the money) to give us just enough information to outrage and/or frighten us.  This leaves us in a controllable mindset and keeps us busy.  Most of these "personalities" are intelligence assets or willing tools of same.   The 'tears' you see are crocodile tears brought on with a little Vick's Va-po Rub dabbed under the eyes.  It's all an act and they are just players on the stage.  We are the audience getting caught up in the winding plot.  Some of us think the play is real, but it's not, it's just an illusion. 

There will be very few legitimate leaders fighting for our country's Constitution and Bill of Rights.  Our society has been engineered to make resistance very difficult, even to seem 'crazy'.  The enemy has infiltrated every news room, board room, classroom and religion.  We are on our own.  But...this is the strongest enemy they fear because they cannot (yet) control 300,000,000 individual minds.  They cannot jail 300,000,000 people.  They cannot force 300,000,000 people to do anything they don't want to do.  Without us they cannot exist.  The fear we have of our govt is a by-product of our brainwashing.  They fear us even more because of our overwhelming numbers.  The threat of an angry mob is always in the back of their minds.  Tune out, turn off, drop out and the fear goes away.

Why are our political leaders not doing anything to right the wrongs done by their cohorts?  Why do cops always get away with crimes against the people they are supposed to serve?  Because they all belong to the same gangs.  One of the major tenets of these secret gangs (e.g., freemasons, fraternal order of police, etc.) is to protect its fellow members at ALL costs.  They operate just like street gangs.  That's why crime is rampant at the highest levels.  That's what JFK was railing about when he said there is no room for secret societies in government.  It's like "good ole boys" on steroids.

The mechanism of control is LAWS.  Every law is being written with an eye towards our total control.  More laws are being written daily to cover all bases.  But a law is only as good as its enforcement.  If a law can't be enforced then it is effectively nullified.  The S510 food control law would make our gardens illegal.  Our response must be to plant as many gardens as we possibly can.  Every vacant piece of land should have acres of blooming bounty in definance of Monsanto's franken-food and our govts outrageous presumption that it can control the food we eat, the water we drink, or the air we breathe.  These are not 'rights' folks, it's part of being human - living and FREE WILL.

JFK once said, "A nation that makes peaceful revolution impossible, makes violent revolution inevitable."  We can still do this peacefully but people will have to open their eyes to their own manipulation.  If you still think a ballot box will save this country then you are sadly mistaken.  How many times will we repeat this action expecting different results?  Has everyone forgotten the 'compassionate conservative' president or the one who promised 'hope and change'??? 

The US govt is not a government but a corporation.  The only way to bring down a corporation is through boycotts and strikes.  I urge all those voting in Nov. to make this your final line in the sand.  If things DON'T change, then stop being a tool and DO something about it.  We cannot wait until 2012, 2014, 2016, etc., for change from a crooked ballot box and exclusive voting system.  It's as easy as closing your wallet, retreating to your home and saying NO MORE.  Spend the time getting to know your spouse and children again and planning for their survival during this nightmare our govt is creating.

Check out UnitedWeStrike.com.  Every 15th of the month they strike.  You may not be able to take off work for a strike but you can easily keep your wallet closed for one day.  It will eventually lead to every day of the month if necessary.  We must fight them on their footing which is the economy.  Without an economy they cease to exist.

When your grandchildren want to know what you did to fight for their freedom, you'd better have an answer other than "nothing".

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JADELotteryComment by JADELottery - September 5, 2010, 1:36 pm
The iGeneration, a.k.a. the idiot Generation. This dummy fut ker society won't do an oddam thing until they are inconvenienced by an interruption in their instant gratification.
Rick GComment by Rick G - September 5, 2010, 1:57 pm
@Jade, I hate to say this, but the best thing that could happen to the country is an electric grid failure. Several months without propaganda (and electricity) should wake the people up. They might at least question why we spend trillions on wars and foreign countries and zero on our own crumbling infrastructure.
JADELotteryComment by JADELottery - September 5, 2010, 2:13 pm
Overall I think people are good natured and would rise up to the occasion by helping each other.

Remember the NE Blackout of 2003, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northeast_Blackout_of_2003 .

It could actually bring people together in ways we could not imagine.
Rick GComment by Rick G - September 5, 2010, 2:46 pm
Jade, exactly. It would help a lot to break down the artificial walls they have constructed to keep us from realizing we're all on the same side.
JADELotteryComment by JADELottery - September 5, 2010, 3:06 pm
So, the Power Hungry Monsters better keep the Power On, aye?
Rick GComment by Rick G - September 5, 2010, 3:13 pm
lol...they better! Here's another 'uniter', the backdoor draft. When they start yanking people for involuntary servitude I imagine the howls will grow to a crescendo and we'll see the streets fill to Viet Nam levels.
JADELotteryComment by JADELottery - September 5, 2010, 3:23 pm
iNIMBY, it has to be right on their doorstep. if it's not happening in their own backyard, it's not happening.
MADDOG10Comment by MADDOG10 - September 5, 2010, 8:16 pm
Good read Rick.
I have to absolutely agree that when they start yanking involuntary servitude the streets will fill to more than the capacity of Viet Nam levels and beyond. At present we may not be able to use the front door, but we can definately close the back door...!
Rick GComment by Rick G - September 6, 2010, 8:46 am
Thanks Maddog.

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