Social networking and blogging are emerging on the Internet scene at a most serendipitous time. As the snare around our freedoms continues to tighten, ordinary people must start talking. Among ourselves, in public places, in forums like these. As we take stock of what’s happening around us and interpret it through common sense and independent thought, we break the hold of group-think imposed by mainstream media, political leaders, and unexamined dogma. This is true exponentially to the degree that we share what we learn with each another.
As the web of global fascism tightens and plans for the New World Order fall faster into place, freedom-loving people are creating their own web: a network of information and truth. This freedom-web spans the planet through independent blogs and websites and through quiet conversation, one person to another, in coffee shops and kitchens, at job sites and on hiking trails, across the world.
I choose to be part of this global conversation, and that is the reason for this blog. You’re invited to join me here, with comments, observations and knowledge. Download anything you see on this site and freely spread it around. Link to the referenced websites. Share blogs and sites you find that are good. Share information.
Social and political change happen when a group of people have quietly changed in their minds and collectively hold an emotional opinion. The American Revolution was fought and won by only one-third of the colonists. (Another third favored British rule, and the last third just didn’t care).
The black revolution in America began with a shared feeling among the people. Before Rosa Parks sat down in the front of the bus, flicking the domino that sent racial segregation tumbling, the blacks of the south had quietly been talking. They told each other they had had enough. Their group decision changed America.
And so we come together to talk and to listen. To share what we observe and the answers as they come to us.
Welcome to this web log. I’m glad we’ve found each other, and I’m proud to be part of your tribe.