I am not sure what to make of this group. I think that their hearts are in the right place. I think they are patriots but I question their focus. They are seemingly anti government and given the actions of the American government during the Bush regime and the theft of $11 TRILLION from the "citizens" aka subjects of the powers that own our government I understand their sentiments. Sure there are a lot of crackpots aka teabaggers in Washington but they IMO are merely a distraction and not the true enemy. I also think that some of them don't know they are owned like that crazy fucker Congressman Joe Walsh.
|Crazy Joe Walsh|
IMO, the people who own are government are the Plutocrats. If you wish to identify them simply see who owns the super PACs. Ron Paul calls them corporatists. He has also described our current situation as a mild form of fascism and while I don't agree with Ron Paul on much I believe he is correct in his assessment.
IMO, the our biggest enemy is the Plutocrats and we know who they are. I would implore Anonymous to be more precise in their language and point fingers at specific targets instead of the "government".
There is a cancer on this government but the entire government is not sick and I believe this cancer can be excised. I would urge Anonymous to exhaust all lawful non violent means before calling for a revolution. I would urge Anonymous to recruit muscle and expertise in the event a non violent approach fails. I get it. You guys are pissed and you have every right to be pissed but don't let that anger and passion cloud your judgement. Make nice with the police and military. In fact I would urge you Anonymous patriots to join the police and military and gain an understanding of who they are and what they do. Start by reading the Art of War. Click HERE for the Art Of War as written by Chinese General Sun Tzu
I would urge Anonymous to understand that the new wars are information wars. I would urge Anonymous to infiltrate political campaigns of Republican and sabotage them but do it legally.
If you know both yourself and your enemy, you can win numerous (literally, "a hundred") battles without jeopardy.
I will leave you with this by Phil Ochs.
Thomas Paine and Jesse James are old friends And Robin Hood is riding on the road again We were born in a revolution and we died in a wasted war It's gone that way before.
Soldiers have their sorrow The wretched have their rage Pray for the aged it's the dawn of another age Of another age Of another age Of another age