Imagine if you can, going to the mall to do some Christmas shopping. A man, or woman, is acting furtively, looking over their shoulder every few seconds and clutching a bag tightly to their chest. Chances are security would spot them, and they would be arrested on suspicion of anything ranging from shoplifting to terrorism charges.
If there were a couple of people acting like this in the same mall, chances are extra cops would be arriving at every door.
If there we ten people acting like this, the situation would be getting really tense…I wonder how many people would have to do this before the FBI arrived?
I’m not suggesting we all rush out and pretend to be a terrorist just to irritate law enforcement, but seriously, we are told at every turn to look out for this and report on that, and so many of these things are normal everyday things.
It just got me wondering, if a large group of law abiding people all did something that was a bit suspect, but not at all illegal, at the same time,what the reaction of the police would be. At what point would there be enough law abiding citizens doing whatever it was they were doing that the police had to get help from another town, or another state even?
What if it was happening in those towns and states as well, then what?
I suppose this is the principle the flash mob works on, the police can’t be in two places at once, so if you have half a dozen flashmobs operating at the same time, orchestrating their actions, somebody gets to take home the loot.
Now I don’t agree with flash mobs, or general stealing and violence just because you can, but I do believe in freedom, that I should be able to carry my bag anyway I choose without being arrested. I am totally convinced a terrorist would NOT hold their bag this way because it attracts attention. Does this mean that all those who DON’T carry their bags in a furtive manner are more likely to be terrorists because they are trying not to draw attention to themselves?
You see, stupid isn’t it, where do you stop?
I totally believe that something major has got to be done to send a clear message to the government that we the people are not happy.
Can you imagine 500 people looking over their shoulders, clutching a bag to their chests in every mall in the United States at the same time on the same day?
How many malls are within five miles of your home? How many police are there in your town? You can see my point.
Nothing will change unless the people of the United States make it change. Our government has shown itself to be ineffective and immoral.
They have cut this great country down to the bone, and the wound is not healing. If left in this state, it will continue to fester, and the rot will lead to a terminal event.
I don’t know how we are going to do it, but we need to find away that we can stand together against the real domestic terrorists. Those in government that would see our country come to harm in order that they can continue their power kick and feather their own nest. Theses are the people that should be looked at, and questioned, and arrested.
When a government doesn’t respond to repeated calls for change from its people then it’s time for that government to go, and if it won’t leave willingly, then the people have to make it leave with some form of collective action.
That time is coming close, but I don’t think it will be as simple or as peaceful as clutching a bag to your chest and looking over your shoulder.
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