WRAM - We dedicate our hearts,minds and bodies to protecting our great Republic!
It seems our group is divided on views. I would like to encourage everyone on WRAM to discuss real issues and have a meaningful discussion about life and world happenings in the spirit of listening and appreciation for each other. Variety is the spice of life. I like colorful people myself and I learn from those who differ from my own views.
I would like to see people openly discuss issues, conflicts, thoughts, feelings, wisdom, knowledge and information. Let's make WRAM our home and use this place to educate each other, others, and uplift the spirit of humanity on here in a genuine attitude of appreciation and truth. May we come together and share our views in a neutral, peaceful environment where each view is respected.
The idea of a local militia concieved hundreds of years ago by this country's forefathers is a beautiful thing and protecting people from tyranny and oppression is a necessity in these interesting times.
We are one world family and love is all there is. The rest is conversation.
I must be missing out on all the disagreements becausei haven't seen much.
There isn't much arguing on here but there are differing views that aren't being addressed and discussed out in he open yet. I consider conflict to include ignoring something we don't like when it may actually be the truth.
We learned long ago on this site that discussing differences creates more division. The more we concentrate on what unites us the faster we grow. When we start talking about differences we start dividing. Try to keep in mind all that seek a militia are the type to feel very passionately strong about their views.
I'm with you Eagle. I haven't seen much either, which is one thing I love about this group. Everyone seems to be like minded in our goals to uphold the Constitution and protect our second ammendment rights. I pray we continue in this manner. A house divided falls as a nation divided falls.
Yes ignoring people is very rude and can be considered conflict.
On the Arizona page we argue enough for everyone, go figure.
I'm not perfect and I also am working on becoming more clear and being a better person. I could be wrong and that's part of being a reputable person...taking full responsibility for what we think, feel, say and do. Leadership is taking the initiative to discover and share the truth with our world family. Creating separation, division, demonizing certain people we don't like without having all the information, making outlandish equations, etc. are all fallacies too many of us fall for. When I am encouraging people to be armed with knowledge I mean that to the nth degree. This is not about some imaginary warfare made real by ignorance...it's not about conservatives vs. liberals, communism vs. democracy, christians vs. muslims, etc. The enemy is something we created by our own ignorance, anger, fear and distrust. That outer enemy we have allowed to operate is the financial and corporate cabal that dictate policy. Our 2nd amendment rights are a given and this isn't the main issue. The main issue is becoming ourselves better informed, non-violent internally and clearer about what the most important issues are.
SOOOOOOOOOO very well said David!! Thank you!! ,: ) Ive been saying this for a while now,,,, if we have arguements with each other,, then put them away till we get through this,, then we can revisit them IF we feel the same after! WE GOT SO MANY MORE IMPORTANT FISH TO FRY OTHER THAN EACH OTHER AT A TIME LIKE THIS!
I'm with you on that brother Rick. I think it's good we not be afraid of speaking the truth though if we see people struggling or it needs to be said. Not just our opinion or belief about something but the truth which is universal and brings us together more closely. For me truth is the same thing as love and the way I grew up is if somebody doesn't say something that's needing to be said it shows either they don't care or they're too afraid of being unpopular or losing friends.
Sounds like you're talking about the Zionist lobby here in the USA, which influences much of the decision making in Washington.
The Californiazation of America , please stop it before it's too late.
I know what you mean Gavin but I spent 17 years in that state. There's nothing wrong with the interesting mix of cutures there and really there are some beautiful places to live or visit. If you step out of the political arena of Demopublicans you would notice there are millions of people who live in California who are highly countercultural, "edumacated" and many millions more who have good intentions and want to help or are already freeing the planet from tyranny and oppression.
The melting pot is as American as it gets being a young country like we are. Native Americans have been fighting terrorism here since 1492 and also let's not forget the recent oppression and mistreatment of women, black folks and minorites by white people in our violent American history. I'm not seeing how the cultural mix in California is unAmerican. Cultural diversity has been the benchmark of being "American" providing an atmosphere of tolerance and peace. I don't support any of the politicians either side. They all suck and yes they make stupid decicions to support more incompetent lazy people instead of less government and incentives for small businesses. I ask people to look past that and actually live in California awhile in the more hip spots and you'd be surprised how many bright, hardworking, creative people there are that have stopped watching TV, turned off the mainstream media and have been fighting the good fight.