GUN The American people should prepare for bloodshed between 11/5 & 1/20

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  1. TL1000RSquid

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    The American people should prepare for bloodshed between the 5th of November 2008 and 20th of January 2009. “Do not say you were not warned.”
    http://africanpress.wordpress.com/2...-january-2009-do-not-say-you-were-not-warned/
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    Posted by africanpress on October 27, 2008

    It may sound as a dream. It may sound as fiction and it may sound as fantasy, but it is around the corner. Bloodshed can only be stopped by the Americans themselves by execising their voting right wisely. Personally, I do not have any agenda or intention to bring forth confusion only days to the election, but the truth must be told to the Americans and the world.

    America, the only powerful nation in the world right now, will be brought to its knees between the 5th of November 2008 and January 20th 2009 if the American people do not vote wisely on the 4th of November.

    Looking at what happened in Kenya during last year’s Presidential elections, one may understand why bloodshed is around every street corner and home in America. In Kenya last year, everybody sang the song of change and change was to be at whatever cost, people said. Those who wanted some excitement wanted immediate change, but got bloodshed in the end and lost families. Kenyans were not prepared for the bloodshed that followed, bringing the country to a standstill for 4 months. People were killed. Neighbours murdered neighbours in the name of change. So Americans should be prepared for that which may come in the name of change.

    It is good to have change, but change�that people are prepared to deal with. Kenya did not get the change promised by some leaders, even after�brainwashing their followers making them to believe that President Mwai Kibaki was a old man who could die of health reasons. Some were brainwashed that the best thing for Kenya was to have change by electing a younger man in the name of Raila Odinga to be the President of the Republic. My fear is coming from here, now that Americans have been brainwashed that McCain is old and may die in office and the best for America is to have a younger man in the name of Obama. Most of those who were brainwashed in Kenya got wild when they did not get Raila as the president. Some chose to accept defeat while others chose to go on rampage raping and killing their neighbours. If Kenyans were ignored by the international community when the bloodshed started, the country would be very unstable today. The country was rescued from a brink of collapse, thanks to the international community. Who will rescue America, the most powerful Nation in the world if they start travelling on the road of bloodshed?.

    For some it did not matter that people were dying. There was only one was in their mind, “Change”. They were, however surprised not to get the change they had been promised, but instead they lost their loved ones killed by those who were funded by�some of the leaders who had promised them change. Those who killed for some leaders are now languishing in Kenyan jails waiting to be prosecuted. Where are the leaders who promised them change? Some are now having high positions in Kenya’s coalition government and making a good living for themselves and their families.

    The same shall surely befall America if they do not vote wisely.

    When people talk about change it is�a very good thing. But the question they should ask is, yes we want change, but,�change from what to what? People should know where they are heading to and should not be blinded and misled to fight for change they do not know where it is leading them to.

    Kenya is quiet now. Tourists have started to return to the country. Yes, that is a very good thing happening. Good for the economy ruined by bloodshed. But for sure, things will get worse in the next election in 2012 because people�now know what can happen to their country as it did last year, and that leads them to prepare for bloodshed, and bloodshed will come in Kenya in 2012 during Kenya’s Presidential elections if the Americans do not vote wisely on the 4th of November this year.

    Kenyans used machetes to murder one another. Imagine if they had the right to own guns like in the United States? How many would have been killed.

    I fear for the American people�now and feel for them and pray for them because of what is about to happen if they misuse their voting rights. I have been able to listen to their concerns and I can say America is being held hostage by fear at this moment and time. The vote they cast on the 4th of November will determine the future for their children, both white and non-white.�We have seen children in schools in America taking guns and killing their own�friends. Now come elections, and the heated political situation that has divided the country into two. It is like fighting for a popularity contest,�where the�contestants are determined to win, whatever it may cost. And this time it will not cost money, but many lives because the song of change has brought fear right into every American home.

    Americans are used to see from a distance - children of Palestine throwing stones to the�Israelis. It seems the Americans have not learned anything from these middle east events. If they have learnt something then they should save their country from racial divide that will see neighbours start to shoot one another, because we know almost every American home has a gun, so they will not be throwing any stones at one another. If Palestinians and Israelis could sit down, talk openhearted�without any hidden agendas�but only look for peaceful solution and get determined that the killings must stop, that will lead to a stop�of stone throwing�and peace will be enjoyed by all as good neighbours.

    When some voters speak out against John McCain the Republican, they are branded racists if they are not white. When some voters speak out against Barack Hussein Obama, they are branded racists. Some people have forgotten the values of being a good human being. A black man or woman, for example, will be considered mad if he decides not to support Obama just for the simple fact that he is black and�has�Kenyan roots. The roots where he gets the charisma that enables him to feel he will save the Americans from world hate by inviting leaders of hostile countries to dine in the White House.

    To save America from world hate according to the masses who sing “change” in chorus, will be for Obama to befriend Ahmadinejad of Iran, Chavez of Venezuela and our Kim in the North. Not that I have any problem with these men - No. In one way, I have admiration for their style of leadership. The only thing I am saying is that the American people must be made to understand what kind of change they will get and at what cost? (Bloodshed?). Americans are in for a big surprise because they will have the three men as frequent visitors to the White House in the name of Change and dialogue.

    Do not say you were not told. The world will be watching when you fall into a crisis where you are shooting yourselves indiscriminately because you will have been blinded by the word - change.

    Therefore, blacks should not vote for Barack Hussein Obama just because he is a black man, and likewise, the white people should not vote for John McCain for the simple reason that he is a white man. Vote wisely and do not bring yourself into a situation of sorrow whereby you as a voter will regret to have been told but never listened.

    Who knows, may be Obama will, if elected to become the first black man and�the most powerful one on this planet, and of course if� given a chance, guidance�and the support that he will surely need to accomplish his mission, save America and the world from�the problems�that create unnecessary conflicts.

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    I need to get my life jacket out and sharpen my machete :coolugh:
     
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    Indeed, it takes balls to run a murderous dictatorship these days.

    But mostly, teal deer.
     
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    :werd: they dont seem to understand whats normal for them over there will never happen over here.
     
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    I'm not too worried about most of the Obama supporters shooting at me.
     
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    Only way I figure election related violence would happen is if Obama loses, in which case the obama supporters will be to busy burning down their own neighborhoods to be shooting at me.
     
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    It would be devastating to a whole lot of people if Obama loses. I can see them turning to violence.
     
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    Obama's not from Nigeria :rofl:
     
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    If Obama loses I can easily see some level of violence resulting from retards who will blame "racism" as the reason.
    We've seen it happen before over alot less.
     
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    I hate to say it, but Obama isn't going to lose. :\
     
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    I'm terrified that Obama will win. I'm also buying 200 9mm rounds tomorrow and another 200 when I get paid friday.
     
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    I'm all about preparedness, but you guys are tards. Obama will win, and it won't be the end of the world. Your guns won't be confiscated, and he won't take all your money and give it to bums on the street. John McCain and Barack Obama are almost the same. They differ on a few points, but their terms in office would be almost identical.

    The important changes coming up are in the house and the senate. If a Democratic supermajority comes to power in either or both, it could spell disaster, no matter who is president. A senate with the ability to break a filibuster. A senate and house with the ability to override a presidential veto. Don't worry so much about the president, who does not really do much. Worry about the people who can make our lives hell at every level of existence.
     

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