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The daring of the People have awakened, no longer do they fear repercurrsions.  They are dying anway by the stranglehold of debt and unequal distribution of wealth, so really what do they have to lose, nothing and everything to gain.

"Well, it looks like this situation is finally getting some recognition at least from the millions who have been demoted from the comforting life style of middle classiness and the additional millions who daily hear the threat of their own impending devaluation. The descent into the lower class reality is not anything that these people have ever expected or been prepared for. It is an absolute mind blower. It consists of realities that have been totally out of the vision of comfort into which they were more than likely born and with which they had been accustomed: unemployment, after the 99weeks of unemployment, zero income, eliminating their own, let alone their kids, cell phone coverage. If they still have a house, turning off the heat in every room except the one they are in. Food shopping if they have the cash, at Costco, otherwise looking for food banks at which they will not be recognized. No new shoes. Clothes from the good-will for everyone. Forget Christmas!

It’s like falling off a cliff that has no discernable bottom. The story keeps getting more and more horrendous. Soon there is no medical insurance. You get to watch the children get and stay sick just as you get and stay sick.

This is wake up time. Time to get resurrected. Time do something about this intolerable and totally unfair and un-American situation. This is the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave. Time to be both free and brave. That is if you want Liberty and Justice for all. This is a Soul call. This is the Big Knock on the Door that we needed to wake up.

We can and will straighten this mess out. This is not what the United States of America is about. This is not what we, when we were the Forefathers, gave our lives for. This is not the Nation dedicated to the fact that “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed….”

So, what are we going to do? Not just sit here and take it! "

Tom  
http://thoughtlineblog.blogspot.com/

"And, courageously they attempt to ‘break that which has silenced daring’—a silence which is akin to darkness and in which no daring voice could previously be heard. So often the din of customary sounds and words drown out the voices of daring. This must not persist.   And here is the point: the essence of daring is unusual. That which is customary does not understand it and cannot express it. We cannot express daring by forever doing what we are accustomed to doing. The true daring one has to be ready for radical departures. This, suggests the influence of the planet Uranus."

Michael D. Robbins, www/moryafederation.net

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