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The World Should Now Be Considered in Revolution

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Different philosophies, completely different views of the world, but the Times Square bomber, the Tea Party movement, the Ron Paul movement and the protesters in Greece have one thing in common, a rejection of control by the global plotters. Ron Paul is in most ways as far as you can get from the Times Square bomber. Paul is non-violent and wants to work through the system. The Times Square bomber planned to express his objections to the global plotters by bizarrely attempting to blow up an SUV in Times Square, but triggering all these actions is a rejection of multi-national government attempts to force their will on the people. Governments have been slowly moving towards global this and global that, well the one thing they have succeeded at is global anger. People are pissed off in Toledo, Islamabad, Athens and Des Moines. The degree of anger is different, the justification for the anger is varied, but around the globe the anger is there, all in one way or another traced back to multinational-government actions.

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Comment by Ed Price
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Who is in revolt? It's those who prey on others. It's the big bankers and big government. It's those who want to take away your freedom. They are revolting against your freedom. And besides that, they are just revolting.

Comment by Aaron Stichter
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I think its more accurate to say they are all protesting different things:

Tea Party: Gov't spending too much

Greece: Gov't spending too little

rEVOLution: Our government is being bad

Muslim Extremists: Your government is being bad



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