The first night after the Presidential election saw organized protests in the following cities:
Des Moines, IA
Kansas City, KS
Los Angeles, CA
New York, NY
San Francisco, CA
St. Paul, MN
Note the word “organized”. Based on previous experience planning counter protests against Obamacare legislation, I checked the usual suspects. Moveon.org had the location of planned protests and the ability to organize a protest by entering a ZIP code. This is typical of the well oiled machine controlled by George Soros. They can organize events across the country and have the information distributed in a few hours.
This means getting people out in the streets but it also means the financial support to print signs, have sound systems and in some cases, provide mass transportation. The most frustrating point to counteracting these “protests” was logistics: the protests occurred during working hours or work nights. Add the short time frame to communicate and organize counter protests and you can see how their strategy was successful.
But success is relative. The passage of the Affordable Health Care Act was never about providing health care: it was about taxing and controlling people. The result of the legislation and executive orders passed by the Obama legislation has successfully divided the country. A change in the executive branch will not change their end game as we are now seeing.
Unless the people come together for the common good of the country, their agenda will be carried out. And the sad fact of this is that most of the people supporting this grand transition to a New World Order are nothing more than Lenin’s definition of useful idiots. One strategy is to listen to their arguments. Imagine having a conversation where one side actually listens to the other side’s arguments in order to have a meaningful discussion of the issues. I have done this with people in the Occupy movement. They knew something was wrong with America and wanted to do something about it. The problem was that the media and Communists were directing their actions for their own purposes. One of the main organizers of Occupy Raleigh was a “proud” Communist.
What happened when I listened to the occupiers? I realized that their beliefs had no foundation and were easily refuted. I also realized that listening to them also gave me enough credibility so that they listened to me. If we want to heal this country, the first step is to listen and build a common foundation. We can start building this common ground by posing a simple question: do we want to build a better future for our children?