Let's face it, folks, regardless of your political views, America's political system and its leaders have disregarded the average citizen in favor of fat cat crony capitalists of both the left and the right. So what is America to do?
Well, certainly the upcoming election could offer a dramatic change since the Establishment darlings are certainly not faring well and may not be able to pick up steam with a disenchanted public. And, of course, the other extreme would be all out revolution which would result in the state butchering people to maintain its power. After all, those in power now see power, prestige and money worth taking any action they must to maintain their standing.
But short of a major election shocker, which is by no means impossible, the most practical approach for the citizenry to take is the road of civil disobedience or passive resistance. After all, Gandhi mastered it against the British and Martin Luther King, Jr. succeeded in changing the American view on discrimination in both the North and the South. So it is readily apparent if our leaders don't come to their collective senses that this is likely the best approach to take, for should the state strike too heavily against a nonviolent public demonstrating in a varied and massive display, the state will show itself for what it is. In such cases, the economic system grinds to a halt and the state has no one to blame but itself.
Monday night on North Florida Writer Live we'll talk about. Sadly, it doesn't appear that the increasing degree of centralized control will end unless our political and big business crony capitalists realize they are facing a peaceful, but strong, stand against what they do of nationwide proportions. If Americans in general come together for a common cause, the salvation of the very country that they share, there is no limit to the influence they can exert.
We'll also use some quotations from both men previously cited as well as Thomas Jefferson, the author of the Declaration of Independence. It might even be conceivable that their words could be the spark to bring about an Article 5 Convention of the States. It would certainly get the attention of the state legislatures, that's for sure.
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Have a great day and God bless you all.