This morning, I woke up after a late night and an eventful weekend, which had ended as no day in this country has ever ended. This morning I woke up and wished that the realization that came to me almost instantaneously was the remnant of a bad dream.
This morning, each and every citizen of the United States woke up to a country injected, directly into its core, with Amsoc.
Anyone read ever George Orwell's 1984? Stay tuned for my pending review (tidbit: I don't recommend it), but for now allow me to speak a little bit about it for sake of the current discussion. "Ingsoc" was English Socialism, in the book--and now I think that we can call what we now have--what has been thrust upon us, against the will of the supposedly "by the people" government, by a mere seven congress-criminals--Amsoc. American Socialism. One of the deadliest philosophies in the history of all the world has made its home in the strategic center of our union--Capitol Hill.
In my entire life, I have never before seen such a blatant attack upon my great nation's citizens (the true sovereigns in this land!). Congress was a means to prevent "mobocracy"--and as mobocracy got this president elected, so no an even more dangerous form of government gave rise to this. I can only identify it as a cruel form of dictatorship. What else can one call this something enforced?
"This is what change looks like," or so said the president today. I heard that the news was met with smiles, hugs and high-fives by him and those near. Is this how our leader commemorates the trampling of the will of his people? Apparently so.
Very ironic, that I had my final piece of health care on the day that a piece of American freedom would be attacked--I cannot say died, because freedom did not die. Perhaps this knowledge would be met with dismay by certain people today, but American freedom--true freedom--will never die. Remember that, and believe it.
I had no insurance, but I was able to pay for my own health care (technically saving money--the few times I see the doctor would cost far less, at least for me, than just plain insurance). I can have insurance, and get care, and I can be uninsured, and still get care. So why enforce this on me and my people? Can anyone guess? Perhaps this is not about health care?
This was a mistake. Not only will they likely be all kicked out when the elections come (and don't think they didn't know this, and this is frightening, because to me it seems to convey that they are not merely greedy power-grabbers, but they truly do believe in all of this and are willing to sacrifice for it), but the guys like you and me simply will not stop causing trouble for them.
What I have to say to them? If you think that I--we--are just like 1984's Winston Smith, then, oh, how you have underestimated us.
Why I say it "begins"? Because--this isn't over yet.
I am calling for a what I can only think to call an Unarmed Uprising.
Who is with me?
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