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Campaign 2012 comes down to "who is best qualified to destroy the most the slowest." Why can't people see what's obvious? Why do people who should know better wear blinders?
Why do they mindlessly "drink the Kool-Aid?" At issue is stop playing follow the leader and start "lead(ing) yourself." It can't be "bought, given, or imposed."
Grassroots activism alone offers change. It's "having the courage not to cower to power. The dignity to claim your rightful and sacred place on earth. To respect yourself, demand it of others, and show respect to all who merit it."
It means opposing corrupt political leaders "and the unprincipled and oppressive systems they represent." When enough people change, so will policies.
Washington and Jefferson's America "ended up led by freaks." It happened the same way in Germany and Italy.
Bach, Beethoven, Goethe, Michelangelo, DaVinci, and Galileo ended up Hitler and Mussolini. Modern-day equivalents await in America.
Reagan, Bush I and II, Clinton, Bush, Cheney, and Obama showed steady downward decadence. Expect Obama term two or Romney to be worse. They're two sides of the same coin.
European leaders and Arab League despots replicate their dark side. They're "two-bit freaks," says Celente. "And they're dangerous."
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