I meet a pretty high up federal congress person at an open event not long ago, and I asked him, not his opinion, but what his constituents opinion was. I asked him, “What percent of your constituents were opposed to the war in Syria?”
That’s the best question to ask a politician, because then he is forced to admit the real public opinion, and make it his own opinion. I don’t know what this politician’s true view on Syria, and I suspect he would have not minded an attack one bit, but he said the following:
The public opinion was 9 to 1 against an attack on Syria, and I met with the Vice President to tell him I had deep concerns about any attack on Syria.
He went on and on and on, and apologized for answering the question for too long, but the gist of it was that he didn’t support an action that was opposed by 90% (at least) of Americans. Ninety percent of the public put the fear of God in him. His long answer and his body language communicated that this was an issue that scared the crap out of him. Public opinion actually does somewhat matter to these people! They aren’t total dictators, even if they wanted to be.
It was a real mindweapon moment. I knew what button to push, and how to push it. There it was, but you had to have enough political consciousness to know exactly what was the hot button.
We the people won one, for a change. We saved Bashir al Assad, by getting on the phones and calling congressional offices en masse and en raged. No shit, people!
Assad should put up a monument to his allies in the Civil War — a statue of a sloppy old American in front of his internet, calling congress on his cell phone.
I put up blog posts to call Congress several times on this blog. Did any of you guys actually call your congress critters? I was calling them every day for a week. I had a calendar reminder on my cell phone.
And of course it wasn’t just this blog. I am not taking personal credit for what millions of people did. But there’s no question we took part in a Hive Mind War with our fellow White Americans, agaisnt the Government, and forced the Government to not do something it very much wanted to do.
That’s 21st century Mindwar for you. That’s one example of how its done, and there’s lots more to come. Calling Congress Critters changed the outcome of a hot lead and cold steel war!
Michael Aquino and Colonel Paul Vallely would be proud.