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why are people buying into a "civil war" premise versus a "revolutionary war" scenario?

 
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why are people buying into a "civil war" premise versus a "revolutionary war" scenario?
it' like buying into a "fiscal cliff" that doesn't exist...
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Re: why are people buying into a "civil war" premise versus a "revolutionary war" scenario?
One sounds "nicer" than the other?
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Re: why are people buying into a "civil war" premise versus a "revolutionary war" scenario?
One sounds "nicer" than the other?
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big difference between the two

the MSM is pushing a civil war where we fight each other

a revolutionary war is the people against tyranny and oppression... which includes repugnant sources such as the MSM who CREATED this illusion
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Re: why are people buying into a "civil war" premise versus a "revolutionary war" scenario?
One sounds "nicer" than the other?
 Quoting: Suntar


big difference between the two

the MSM is pushing a civil war where we fight each other

a revolutionary war is the people against tyranny and oppression... which includes repugnant sources such as the MSM who CREATED this illusion
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Good point. We are being played. Pro-gun versus Anti-gun.

Once again, the larger issues, like Freedom, Tyranny, and the Constitution, are being obscured by humanity's potential to be swayed by emotional issues and the need to be "right", instead of their potential to work together for the common good of all humanity.

This isn't just about gun rights. It isn't just about some peoples' fears and need for protection against potential bogeymen, who might be their very next door neighbor whom they like and respect.

But fear and need for protection, anger and division that is what the media is promoting in the people, overshadowing the thinking part of the brain.

That said, only each one of us can say why we are or are not buying into "civil war" (citizen against citizen) versus "revolutionary war" ---the people against tyranny and oppression.
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Re: why are people buying into a "civil war" premise versus a "revolutionary war" scenario?
"THEY" fear something is afoot (hence the buying of all the ammo by the gov't.) and they try to mis-direct it with NewSpeak. Calling a REVOLUTION a civil war.
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Re: why are people buying into a "civil war" premise versus a "revolutionary war" scenario?
Well, neither's gonna happen, so this is much ado about nothing.
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Re: why are people buying into a "civil war" premise versus a "revolutionary war" scenario?
Well, neither's gonna happen, so this is much ado about nothing.
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Perhaps nothing will happen, but it is important for people to examine the words and concepts the media uses, and to examine their intent.

It is also important that people begin to question the intent behind these words, and whether they are truly in alignment with their own beliefs and hopes for our future. Many have not been trained to recognize propaganda, but it is all around us.

The more people who become aware that their thoughts are being directed, the more responsible we will each become for ourselves. This can only be a good thing. Our reliance on government is leading us down a dangerous path.
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Re: why are people buying into a "civil war" premise versus a "revolutionary war" scenario?
um cuz on here they just want to join up with Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Glenn Beck and go kill them there liberals! that's why, they are not true conspiracy theorists, just blood thirsty redneck right wingers who honestly believe the USA would be an absolute utopia if'n it tweren't for them there evil commie hippie democrats.
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Re: why are people buying into a "civil war" premise versus a "revolutionary war" scenario?
The United States is a nation which is a global spanning empire comprised of many different interests. An armed populace is not in the interest of these many conflicting interests. Ironically the gun owner does not find it in their interest to participate in the political process but entrusts their interests to an interest group in the interest group Darwinian struggle. The individual is forced into the political by the failure of the interest groups.

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