Re: [FSP] Re: FSP--a question of policy
- No, we do not have that much time, quite frankly. Look how the machinery of
the US Police State has moved since 9-11-01. It is less than 18 months
later, and already half the amendments in the Bill of Rights have been
voided by illegal federal laws.
World War Three will probably begin this year in the Middle East. Who knows
what sort of political changes that, in itself, will bring to the future of
our society? Time is a luxury we do not have.
If we are going to work within the system, we have to start rolling back the
clock now...we do not have an extra 10 or 20 years to piddle around.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kim W." <kwatson@...>
Sent: Saturday, January 04, 2003 10:51 AM
Subject: [FSP] Re: FSP--a question of policy
> << Liberty, IN OUR LIFETIME, remember? Not in 5 year or decade-long baby
> steps. We'll have to have some multi-tasking going on to make this
> happen within a human lifetime, but it can be done. But we need to
> get that initial steamroller inertia rolling first, and that means
> building up the first *pilot state* up as a support base first. >>
> And the other states may not be the same in 5, 10, 20, or 50 years. At
> rate of global warming, according to sky-is-falling-environmentalists who
> are fretting about a butterfly moving its territory 60 miles north, and
> swallows returning to Capistrano three days early....heck, states like the
> Dakotas and Montana may be tropical paradises with 14 million people each
> the time a second state is added. ;-)
> Only partly kidding...
> Kim W.
> (I do agree we should focus on one state at a time)
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