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WE ARE!

 
Ben de la Vega
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WE ARE!
We are, "We The People"

"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."

In order to retain what order we have left, as a species, we have to disassociate ourselves from all preambles. We do have to go two steps back, in order to go foreward.

All countries are failing, so you must ask yourself; Does this define us as a species? That is basically what we are. A Species, Animals, Homo Sapiens.

So, without gas, grocery stores, internet or homes, who really will survive?

Three hundred years ago people, in this country, humans were still seeking refuge in caves and hunting for themselves. If it came to that time again, would you be able to survive?

Sure, you've got your glocks and AK-47's now, but what happens when your ammunition runs out? We're back to throwing stones and arrows?

It is high time that we start thinking for ourselves because in the end, that's all we will have.

We the people starts with, who am I?
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10/07/2011 12:23 PM
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Caves? Really?

In the 1700s, The Coastal Salish people of the northwest had elegant longhouses made of cedar wood. Hopis and others had dwellings that were made to be comfortable and appropriate to the weather. Tribes of the plains had movable circular tents that are a model of efficiency even today.
[link to www.native-languages.org]

And the european immigrants built houses of great beauty in this 'colonial era', many of which are still standing, today.
[link to www.antiquing.com]

I know that you are promoting being aware of our surroundings, and being knowledgeable, but accuracy is a first step in being so.

Great post, otherwise.
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10/07/2011 12:24 PM
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10/07/2011 12:27 PM
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Back in the 1700's our native Americans were still seeking refuge in caves while out on the hunt. Remember, they used to be called savages, even thoughthey weren't.
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10/07/2011 12:36 PM
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Your reasoning is falling apart. I meant to correct the one small error in your post. Don't get side-tracked!

Just to point out, though, people EVERYWHERE will duck into a 'cave' when caught out in rain unprepared.

'Sauvage' was the french word used for the New World inhabitants, and was meant as in meaning 'feral' or wild.
This was taken by the immigrants as 'savage' as in beastly. Name-calling is nothing new.

What I was pointing out, is that people in the New World rarely lived, or even camped in caves in the 1700s. Bears did that. Ever mess with a bear? They are not noted for their courteous temperament.

The only thing even close to a 'cave' arrangement in the 1700s were some of the man-made adobe dwellings. These - if you have seen them - are beautiful, and could hardly be called a cave.

Again, I was just catching you in one error - please continue with the better part of your post. Just make sure you correct that error. You would have to go back multiple thousands of years to find cave-dwellers in any numbers.