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What Does The Future Hold For Us? What Is The Real Problem? Who Is The Real Enemy? What Is Their Objective?

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[Folks, forgive me if I ramble today. But, that is the mind-set I am in.]

No one can see into the future. That is a given. And yet, it is absolutely necessary to be concerned about our future and, therefore, try as best we can to anticipate what is coming. To do otherwise would be to stick our collective heads in the sand. There is really only two things we meer mortals can in trying to project into the future. One is to be observant about what has happened, what is happening, and what is likely to happen (looking at trends) and connect the dots and see where the lines that are formed are pointing. The other important tool we have is history. There are so many lessons we can learn from history. History does repeat itself. It is truly amazing how inept mankind has been in learning from history.

In the week that has passed since the election, many conservative pundits and bloggers have been busy analyzing what went wrong and making suggest of what we patriots can do to take our America back. There are many different opinions and many different ideas about what we should do going forward. I say to these people GOD BLESS YOU!  God _Bless _ You! Because that tells me that there are many patriots out there who have not thrown-in the towel. And, I am not surprised by that. True lovers of freedom never quit. Now, it is true that many of the bloggers I follow have been silent this past week. Others have announced that they will be posting less often. I suspect most of them will come back.

One of the problems that I strongly feel must be addressed in the coming weeks and months by we patriots, is to come to a general agreement of what our real problem is that we are facing together. Right now there is no agreement among us. The first step in solving a problem is not only to recognize that there is a problem; but to clearly define what the problem is. It is pf paramount importance to identify who our real enemy is. What faces us is complex in the extreme. In my experience. the best way to solve complex problems is to break it down into less complex parts and attack those parts separately. Although complex problems have many parts to them, if the problem is properly identified, those parts all point to the same thing. They all point to some end point X. When we have collectively identified the real problem we are facing and who are real enemies are, then we will have a clearer picture of what X is. Only when we have done this can we begin  to assess the strengths and weaknesses of our enemy and begin to develop strategies that give us the best chance of defeating them.

I can not emphasize enough how important I think it is that WE IDENTIFY THE PROBLEM,  IDENTIFY THE ENEMY, IDENTIFY THEIR GOAL. To that end, I intend to dedicate this blog to bring us together to debate exactly that, at least for a while. I have some ideas that I will throw out for discussion. Some of them you will not like. In some cases you will undoubtedly think that the old man has his tin-foil hat screwed on too tight again. That’s okay! All I ask of you is not to abandon me in this effort. If you think I am wrong, please make your case. Most importantly is if you have other ideas, put them out there so we can all debate them.

Tomorrow I am going to challenge a commonly held opinion by conservatives. Keep the faith, my friends. Join me in trying to come to agreement about what the problem is, who the enemy is, and what their objective is. This is important. Very, very important! I have never been so sure of anything in my life. If we fail to do this, we will be like Don Quijote tilting at windmills.

Well, now you know what I’m thinking. What are your thoughts?

Original Post:  Conservatives on Fire

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  • http://aol david robinson

    Who is the real enemy? I’ll answer that by saying that when you fear the governmnet. That government is no longer your government.

    After following politics and along with it the slow now rapidly disintigration of our once great and free nation. I can only arrive at the folowing conclusion. Both mainstream political parties are intentionally moving this nation toward becoming another Socialist state. Decades ago a scholar wrote an article which described a one world government. We have never been so close to that becoming a reality. How did I arrive at this conclusion? Ok, who are responsible for creating the huge welfare segment in this country? It wasn’t the tooth fairy. No, the people who create the jobs also regulate the number of American jobs. The corporate sector represented by the Republican party has created the massive unemployed, working poor and welfare class. At first, I believed it was simply profit that powered the policy of moving jobs overseas. But was that the real goal, the only goal? Of course, profits did increase tremendously. But I believe the long range goal was the creation of a socialist America. Then one final step, global government. Oh, we’ll still have the same crooked elections. Elections which make the people falsely believe they play a large role in the direction this now almost defumct nation takes. But after decades of voting and electing members from both political parties has the direction changed ? Under which party and when has the exodus of American jobs even slowed? Within the next four years this once great and now almost freedomless nation could very well have a new supreme power other than Barak Obama. I’m referring to the United Nation. Of course, like our fruitless elections of the past decades. We, as I mentioned above will continue to elect the people who are all cut from the same cloth, the cloth of corruption. The only difference being that our constitution will be of interest only to collectors of such obsolete documents. The fact that the majority of voters of this nation haven’t the intelligence to realize what has been going on for decades. That and their inability to think outside the two party box has doomed this nation and it’s people. For years I’ve accused the American voters of having the attention span of a one year old child and the memory of a one hundred and nine year old senile senior citizen. Nothing in all these years has caused me to rethink that statement. On the otherhand, the years have pnly re-enforced my belief. DAR

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