Thursday, September 20, 2007

It’s Hard. . .

It’s Painfully Hard To Admit, But They Got Away With It All.
by The Old Hippie Because You “Allowed” Them To Get Away With It All.

It is painfully hard to admit, but facts are facts...  My fellow American citizenry has not only let them get away with it all, they actually “allowed” and abetted it, even when confronted with indisputable proof of the purposeful destruction of the Constitution’s protections that would have blocked their theft, Americans continued to “allow,” in fact, are still “allowing” them full power and control to continue the profitable-to-the-few, destructive-to-the-many since they were illegally handed the full control in the 2000 election.

{-The Way Many Picture Me-}

Those that have relied solely on the 10-corporation controlled “mainstream” media, seriously don't have a clue.  Many polls have proven they have no clue.  They remain within the delusion that the American Constitutional Republic still exist.  They still do not believe that their trust has been successfully manipulated against them to the point of possible non-repair.  (Hence the inexplicable continued “allowing” that is still happening as I type these words?)

Any way you look at it, or rationalize it, the corporatists won.  They have successfully not only stolen all of this nation’s treasury, they have completed the hostile take-over of all three branches of the government, as the majority (non-)opposition party has proven since the mid-term election in 2006.

And to add insult to injury, they also completed their take-over and control of the nation’s media, (our 4th branch,) which is now ranked the 57th “freest” press on the planet - 57th.  Optimism is waning, particularly within the reality-based community, e.g. read the words of William Rivers Pitt... “I May Have Gone Insane.”  He speaks for many of us, as I’ve seen more than a few such realizations in the same vain of late.  Also take a moment and watch the video interview of Scott Ritter in Australia earlier this month concerning “Waging Peace.”

I’m not saying it’s over, nor am I saying we should stop trying to stop them.  I am saying, (and it’s not bombast nor hyperbole to express it this way,) it has been “allowed” to go beyond... way too far.  I have always been an optimist, and I may be being naïve when I say “it’s never too late,” but I also have to admit, as painful as it is to do so... It just may be too late in way too many areas.

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[ A Windows Media video, right-click for Zoom, etc. controls.  Original Here. ]


At 9/21/2007 3:41 PM, Blogger ThomasLB said...

I think in Walter Cronkite's era news was seen as a public service.

Then, after Woodward and Bernstein became famous for exposing the Watergate scandal, there was an influx of reporters like Geraldo Rivera that were always looking for the Big Story that would make them a star.

Then Rupert Murdoch came along and said, "The purpose of news is to sell advertising." And the corporations all agreed with him. Every network now uses that business model.

For now the internet is reasonably open, so there are avenues to seek out the truth, but I'm cynical enough to believe this won't last long.


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