July 27, 2011
Pat Condell On The Norwegian Nutter
Pat says that violence is never the answer.
I agree that it shouldn't be, but until governments, all governments, accept that as a starting point, all the protest marches and demonstrations in the world will not bring about the change we need.
The change we want.
The change we deserve.
Very few governments around the world keep listening to the voters once they have their cozy little seats picked out in parliament. Why should they? They got what they wanted and they seem to try mighty hard to make sure you never get what you want. Campaign trail promises are worthless, but the problem is, we never learn that particular lesson.
Violence may not be the answer, but it is the only thing they understand.
Don't believe me?
Ask Assad. Ask Gadaffi. Ask Mubarak. Ask Ben Ali.
Give me some time with the history books and I'll find you dozens of examples.
Violence works. However much we abhor it. And as much as I hate to say it, you ain't seen nothing yet. The world, huge chunks of it, are on the edge. TPTB has systematically robbed its taxpayers for decades. Liberties have been stolen in the name of terrorism, security and stability. To be free in the 21st century means giving up all of your freedoms. Not content with taking, and wasting our money, they started in on our childrens money, and their childrens. The one thing all governments excel at is wasting our money. People will not stand for that. Not for much longer.
Like it or no, something wicked this way comes. And it will not be avoided by writing a stern letter to your MP.
Am I Pat's enemy now, for simply daring to write that down?
PS-Tip of the beret to the wonderful Sue over at Muffled Vociferation where I found Pat's latest video.