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Revolution:The Last Solution to War

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by Irishone21, Jul 13, 2007.

  1. Irishone21

    Irishone21 New Member

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    Dear People,

    A government can not function without the consent of the people.

    We have approached a time when we must put in question the contract between us, the people, and the government, for if we do not receive the benefits to which government gives in return to our acquiescence, than the government has failed to abide by the unwritten laws of the contract, which includes a segment, where the government must remain benevolent and altruistic, maintaining peace and order, without sacrificing values and tarnishing trusts in the process.

    Therefore, considering our nation is at a more guised peril, to which masses remain ignorant or inactive in acknowledging, the right we reserved to resist authority, in order to change hands in leadership to those that are more honest and forthright, where the will of the people and the will of the government coincide, leaving no dissention, preserving the United States of American, is placed into consideration and if no changes are met is mandatory if we desire to sustain the status, and more notably the reputation of our country.

    The continuance of war calls for increased protest or action on part of the people, but as a result of the apathy, ignorance, or depravity of the people that resulted from technological distractions and flawed leadership, we have failed to pursue. It is necessary, for the people of the United States, to strongly stand against the war, in order to protect our reputation, and work to set an example, to those perilous countries, to which peace is distant, that we, the people, do not seek to foment violence, by engaging in war, and policing, or subjugating countries, rather we seek to guide countries to a more prosperous life, where in which, the role our government will play will only be to protect the liberties, preserve the properties, and lead the masses to a lifestyle where God is always considered first, acting on the benefit of the people, not self interest that provide new ways to control the masses.

    Regardless of what people say, it cannot be denied, that our nation is disillusioned and foreign to our government. Entertainment and technology is controlling lifestyles, providing false idols and negatives role models, leaving Divine Worship only for those who separate themselves from the majority of the population… Normally, those who are content with their religious belief would be guiding the rest of the population, but considering the minor role religion plays in American, and the fact the entertainment caused the masses to stray from God, those who were strong enough to keep their faith fail to lead the herd, for they are not provided with the means to do so, nor are the able to gather the interest of the masses, and considering they, religious leaders, are not giving the chance to influence the path of the government, our nation is misguided.

    Although separation of church and state may be beneficial in that it avoids forcing beliefs on the people, there are also cons that go along with this, to which our founding fathers failed to acknowledge. Some of these cons include a government that avoids speaking of religion as a means to appease militants, a government that lacks in value and remains in discretion hiding corruption, and also a society that shuns the importance of God. I agree that government should play no role in religion, but religious leaders should be giving a chance to speak to the masses with a comprehensive understanding of the course the government pursues as this will retard the course of the empire, giving God-inspired opinions a chance to speak honestly with the people, exposing the true character of the government.

    If no religious leaders have the courage to speak out against the war, I will take this responsibility as I am largely influenced by God and have encountered his miraculous ways making my beliefs sterns and impervious.

    There is no greater sign of a government that abuses its power than to see a government play the role of God, to its best ability, with the intentions to keep all people under control… An excellent force in war is capable of preventing attacks of an enemy without abusing power, nor engaging in war, rather through communication, government action and proper leadership he is able to subjugate the enemy, and maintain peace and order… The fact of the matter is, only God shall be allowed into the private lives of all citizen, especially those not engaged in war, and when government so, through artificial intelligence and high tech surveillance techniques, only God, or the people of whom the abusive power belongs, are powerful enough to stop this lawless course of espionage.

    People are only kept secure from unpredictable attacks or attempts of attacks, when loyal defense is prepared and the government actively attempts to create allies in enemies by establishing trusts, this is why, is our duty, if candidates fail to remedy or even acknowledge this vice, to incite Revolution, as it is absolutely necessary, to the future safety and freedom of our country. Government was created to assist God, not to dethrone him, therefore, the purpose of Revolution will be to restore value, reinstate the fights of mankind, begin to end war, and to pay homage to the true intentions of our Lord and Savior.

    The contract has already been broken, and was initially broken when our government pursued espionage, and unjust war, as a flawed means to protect humanity; therefore, we owe no allegiance to our government, for they have not kept fidelity with foreign nations, or us, the people. War is no excuse to kill more citizens, and violate more trusts than insurgents… War is a last resort, when the life of the innocence is at risk. With that in mind, we are not totally in the wrong when we decide to keep forces around the Middle East; however, knowing that the same rules apply in times of war, as in times of peace, we are in the wrong. When we subject foreign citizenry, not engaged in war, to attack, we defy the rules applied to war, and it is our duty, as American citizenry, to act against this… We are obligated to stand against a savage military by resisting authority, bringing the focus of government, back home.

    Withdrawing troops, at this point and time, would leave war in the hands of the less experienced, and most likely will, considering our unjust use of force, bring violence home, however, if the people of America, actively stand against the government, it will send a global message, that the American government and the people are not united in corrupt ways… once the ambitions of Revolution are met, new leadership can work to restore value, and it is then that we can end war and tend to other problems, saving money so that we can trail different issues, such as decreasing the price of housing, alleviating inner city conflicts by rebuilding areas in need, legalizing marijuana in order to bring people together through commerce outside of the industry environment, simplifying law to make citizen more equal and life less unbearable, raising minimum wage to merge the dichotomy of the rich and the poor, providing people with universal health care, and other various humanitarian tasks which require a peaceful nation to be fully tended to.

    Knowing the difficulty of inciting another American Revolution, and getting the government to concede to proper leadership, I will also promote a solution for the current administration to pursue. This solution involves giving perilous nations an incentive, promising reward for dutiful action, for I have formerly stated, a promise of reward is more effective than fear of punishment.

    Sincerely,

    Zachary S. McBride
    IRISHONE21
    www.myspace.com/zmcbride
     
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    Irishone21 New Member

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    Just so we're clear, you're talking about inciting a new American Revolution and overthrowing a government that will not be in office in a year and a half anyway, because other nations don't respect us anymore. Have I got that more or less correct?
     
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    On his myspace:

    "The goal is a socialistic super-state, based on the purest form of communism a la Karl Marx, but worse. All power will be centralized and in the hand of a World CEO (whom the Christians call the Anti-Christ) and his staff of people (the heads of the Illuminati families). The people will not be able to own any possessions; they are all owned by the Government. Everybody will have a place to live and a job (whether they want it or not). The "misfits" who cannot comply, or those who oppose, will be executed. The tolerance will be zero, and you will be forced by law to report on your neighbor if he/she is doing/saying something that goes against the will of the State." The facade of the New World Order must be stopped!!! REVO
     
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    Pidgey Well-Known Member

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    Looks like he's quoting a few different dire predictions of what America could eventually become without some restraint, in the eyes of the folks being quoted. There's also one such prediction further down from Benjamin Franklin himself.
     
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    Sounds like your saying if you cant get enough people to vote with you, IT'S REVOLUTION!!! Would that involve dismembering by bomb as many of these American citizens who dont know as well as you, what is best for them? Do you yell "Jesus Akbar!" when you detonate?
     
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    Ha! I'm picturing Michael Moore blowing himself and Mount Rushmore up in the Team America movie. he he he.

    -Castle
     
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