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Sun Nov 22, 2015, 04:44 PM

1. Unfortunately for the USA, Pat Robertson rewrote the script on how to push a religion onto others


Thus the Evangelists being fanatical about their belief's and what others need to believe. This level of believe is very decisive because there is no discussion other than, "it is written by God, therefore true, we must follow." The fervent belief from these leaders and followers is if everyone does not believe like we do, God will punish all of us. The Evangelists are to this day, relentless.

As for the politics of the 1980's, it was a push back from 1960's -70's on making human life sustainable for the years to come, i.e. sociably, economically, environmentally, and etc. There were many groups with different agendas working loosely together if at all. The 1980's was mostly about consolidation of power, money and the media with a well scripted plan. A lot of people now realize the plan and in their own way, are attempting to change the consolidation trend started 35 years ago. The problem for many is the consolidation trend is centralized, whereas, freedom and rights of the individual are decentralized (coming from all directions), thus contained in effectiveness. For the future, it will be like guerrilla warfare with limited resources against a big machine with unlimited resources.

Just my opinion...

Peace and Love

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