After philosophy there must be action; the strong hand finishes what the mind has planned. *
My Dear Sisters and Brothers,
This moment belongs to the righteous people of Earth. This revolution will envelope the entire globe and all tyranny will be swept aside. Let me put it this way - this revolution will end all revolutions. When the dust settles, we will have established a strong society that has the potential to last a thousand years. Does anyone else feel the way I do?
Revolution is built on pure passion. That passion boils in our hearts and enables us to put it all on the line. Revolution is beautiful; revolution is ugly. Revolution is a sacrifice we make so that our children may know the true meaning of justice.
Our current system is unjust, therefore it must be cast away. No compromises can be made, or our children will be fighting this same battle, just as we are continuing the struggles of our parents. When this is over, justice, peace, prosperity, health, and happiness must be extended to all people of this planet. Anything less is a waste of time.
Justice is our most noble characteristic, which is why it must be established and defended by a strong hand. When justice is denied, retribution must be swift and decisive to ensure that justice is upheld. Who upholds justice in America? The courts? Police? The military? These have the potential, but we all know that they are tainted with greed and corruption. At this point, we can only depend on the People. We must rise up and not only demand justice, we must make justice prevail at all costs.
I am an advocate of using force to make sure my sisters and brothers are treated fairly. Ihave a serious problem with being arrested over someone else's ignorance. I'd rather fight. If a cop uses a baton to deny human rights, I am inclined to use a baton to defend those rights. I will equally oppose any force used against me and I propose we unify and do this on a grand scale.
I am not violent. My love of peace is immeasurable. I will defend it with my life so that others may enjoy it.
To establish justice, those who oppose it must be subdued. Who will stand with me?