Spencer has this to say at 8:03 PT . . . as I ask if will they come out alive? Like them, I do not trust! ~J

Please carefully consider the lyrics to KrisAnne Hall’s intro song. They are poetry to kickoff not only today, but the rest of our lives. [This song “Wake Up,” by Rage Against the Machine came out when I was in High School and I remember being moved by it then, but Today? Wow! Today is the day for which it was written.]…

Come on!
Uggh!

Come on, although ya try to discredit
Ya still never edit
The needle, I’ll thread it
Radically poetic
Standin’ with the fury that they had in ’66
And like E-Double I’m mad
Still knee-deep in the system’s shit
Hoover, he was a body remover
I’ll give ya a dose
But it’ll never come close
To the rage built up inside of me
Fist in the air, in the land of hypocrisy

Movements come and movements go
Leaders speak, movements cease
When their heads are flown
‘Cause all these punks
Got bullets in their heads
Departments of police, the judges, the feds
Networks at work, keepin’ people calm
You know they went after King
When he spoke out on Vietnam
He turned the power to the have-nots
And then came the shot

Yeah!
Yeah, back in this…
Wit’ poetry, my mind I flex
Flip like Wilson, vocals never lackin’ dat finesse
Whadda I got to, whadda I got to do to wake ya up
To shake ya up, to break the structure up
‘Cause blood still flows in the gutter
I’m like takin’ photos
Mad boy kicks open the shutter
Set the groove
Then stick and move like I was Cassius
Rep the stutter step
Then bomb a left upon the fascists
Yea, the several federal men
Who pulled schemes on the dream
And put it to an end
Ya better beware
Of retribution with mind war
20/20 visions and murals with metaphors
Networks at work, keepin’ people calm
Ya know they murdered X
And tried to blame it on Islam
He turned the power to the have-nots
And then came the shot

Uggh!
What was the price on his head?
What was the price on his head!

I think I heard a shot
I think I heard a shot
I think I heard a shot
I think I heard a shot
I think I heard a shot
I think I heard, I think I heard a shot

‘He may be a real contender for this position should he
abandon his supposed obediance to white liberal doctrine
of non-violence…and embrace black nationalism’
‘Through counter-intelligence it should be possible to
pinpoint potential trouble-makers…And neutralize them,
neutralize them, neutralize them’

Wake up! Wake up! Wake up! Wake up!
Wake up! Wake up! Wake up! Wake up!

How long? Not long, cause what you reap is what you sow

 * * * 

And after 40 days and 40 nights, the live broadcast from the underground media… a lone wolf reporter… saved the lives of the remaining holdouts. Who knows how this would have turned out if this broadcast was not protected by the sword of truth.

It is very easy to sit back and Monday morning quarterback a better strategy. To suggest that under duress and being egregiously outnumbered that we all would act differently and not project a certain level of panic is asinine. I would say that you never know until you are confronted with darkness and pure fear. It is only at this point you realize you are human.

These holdouts deserve credit for how they persevered and still ended up alive at the end of the event.

And if you still think you will not panic, weep or plead when you are under duress and held captive with communications cut off I refer you to this video of US soldiers being humiliated in front of what they considered they’re enemy:

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2016/02/11/us-navy-rips-iran-after-new-footage-shows-captured-sailor-crying.html?intcmp=hpbt1

Now how do you think these unskilled and untrained patriots held up under duress? Are they any better? Would you do any better?

The difference between the coward and the courageous is found in the end result. Those who show their Light, stand and are counted, in-spite of fear and inner turmoil are those who are courageous. Those who succumb to the inner darkness of inaction are cowardly.

 * * * 

Know your enemy – by Rage Against the Machine

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