December 8, 2011

Continuing, briefly

Perhaps I am seeing a situation where one doesn’t exist, but then again, perhaps I’m not.

What I mentioned in my last post and what was accurately brought up in the comment section by Gray Monk, whose comment easily applies to the United States as well as Britain, causes me some amount of worry.

The politicians who run this nation seem to be doing what everyone else in a position to do so is doing; Grabbing everything they can for themselves while they are able, as though they expect an “every man for himself” environment to arise in the foreseeable future that applies to them as well as to the rest of us.

Performing what amount to criminal acts (acting on information they possess about how they are going to vote on issues to make personal investments), sweetening the pot in the area of their own compensation, at the taxpayers’ expense, in total violation of the Constitution…

And there was mention, last year, of National Guard troops returning from overseas combat and entering “urban unrest” training. What for?

Surely not because someone in the administration expected “Occupy Wall Street” on steroids!

NO, more likely because our politicians, who do indeed have access to information that may well tell them things they prefer not to share with we, the people, fully expect some conditions created by they themselves and their stewardship of our government to cause a significant amount of “urban unrest” among “we, the people”, significant enough that it will require well trained military units to put it down.

I hope I am overreacting, but I fear I am not…

by @ 9:54 am. Filed under America's Future
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2 Responses to “Continuing, briefly”

  1. The Gray Monk Says:

    Just wish we, in Europe, had the right to arm ourselves.

  2. Mrs Wolf Says:

    Gray Monk

    The “powers that be” within the Obama Administration are doing their best to disarm us, as well. Hillary Clinton has even been trying to allow the U.N. to spread their doctrine of keeping citizens of member nations unarmed and at the mercy of their governments by inflicting these policies on the U.S.

    Luckily for us, we have the National Rifle Association with its Institute for Legislative Action working hell-bent-for-leather to defend, in Congress and the courts, our Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.

    When our treacherous politicians are done lining their own pockets and insuring their comfortable retirements and have turned America into a third world nation, we will, hopefully, still have the means with which to survive the aftermath, perhaps even take back our country.