Whether you like him or not, Alex Jones does a pretty good job summarizing the big picture here. He packs a lot into this 6 minute video. None of this is conjecture – everything he talks about is well-known, well documented public knowledge. What he presents here is just the high-profile stuff:
So, here’s an honest question for you to answer in the comments below: how far do we let the state go before we resist? I mean really resist with more than words – as in refuse to comply, fight back, take direct action*, and abandon (or suspend) our pursuit of personal comfort and convenience to take risks and make sacrifices to protect our way of life, our freedom, and ensure domestic tranquility for ourselves and future generations (our kids). When is it time to stop complaining, grumbling, and protesting, and start resisting and refusing? Again, I’m talking about action – when is it time to do something? At what point do you see yourself changing your own behavior in tangible ways that will not only alter your lifestyle, but have a real effect on the actions of the political elite in Washington and make it clear to them that there are limits to what we will tolerate? Is there such a point for you and, if so, how will you know you’ve reached it? Discuss.
*I know an Army drill sgt. who vows to physically destroy any AIT scanner truck he sees on U.S. streets per his oath to defend the Constitution against ALL enemies. He’s not a hotheaded lunatic (more than any other drill sgt.), but he says he takes his oath very seriously, and I’m pretty sure he means it.