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Title: If Truth Was Exposed And Confirmed Then What
Description: reqaction of people if truth is confirmd

jonnierockets2003 - January 11, 2008 12:50 PM (GMT)
ok, lets say the truth movement sparks enough media/attention and believers where the government will have no choice but to address the issue. An Investigation takes place and worldwide politicians are exposed and convicted of war crimes. Would this cause complete mayhem and possibly stem to a civil war between believers and non-believers? Those who think that the government would never have involvment even if they were convicted vs those who do believe? Would the members of the nation's D.O.D actually go awol and abort there mission because they found out that the war is proven to be uncalled for? America would not only lose the trust of its people but the respect and loyalty to those allies that still support us. Then America may become weak and vulnerable to attacks because of its' unjust wars. It may sound a little far fetched but definetly something to think about.

look-up - January 11, 2008 08:21 PM (GMT)
it might cause civil war, but we, the peacemakers, would have to be VERY vocal to try and stop that.

we know the truth.

now, while we're waiting for everyone else to catch up, we can begin thinking about how we'll steer people towards peace when they finally wake up.

hopefully, the result of massive awakenings of the people will be that people like Alex Jones are the people on TV telling us what's happening, rather than the Wolf Blitzers and the Bill O'Reillys.

If the usual suspects are still on TV telling us what to do, then they will steer us towards violence.

You can take that to the bank.

MEU31 - January 14, 2008 05:45 PM (GMT)
You cant be Peacemakers and cause civil war.


"We will not cut & run" - Bill Clinton 1993

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look-up - January 14, 2008 06:37 PM (GMT)
who said we were going to start a civil war? you? I sure as hell didn't.

however, what I DID say, is that the people may be forced into one, and before that happens, we should try to show them that there are alternatives to war.

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