Do I support revolution? No. But it’s newsworthy that Jesse Ventura does.
In my opinion, we’ll accomplish all the goals he sets out by peaceful demands for the life we want. There is no need for revolution and revolution would set in motion the conditions that would bring about its eventual defeat, through the workings of universal laws, like the Laws of Karma and Attraction.
Nonetheless Jesse is exposing much government malfeasance in his talks.
Jesse Ventura : We Need a Revolution in This Country
April 7, 2011, Trends and Forecasts, http://geraldcelentechannel.blogspot.com/2011/04/jesse-ventura-we-need-revolution-in.html
RT interviews Former governor of Minnesota, Jesse Ventura, best-selling author, former US Navy Seal and professional wrestler about his last book ” 63 Documents the Government Doesn’t Want you to Read”
“…It is something called open Government , we are supposed to be a democracy , I have every right to know what my government’s doing and you you wanna know why ? : I pay taxes ! And I have every right to know when they take money from me and put it in the public domain I have every right to know what they are spending on , now I understand there are certain secret things you have to put up with but at the point when it’s over then the document should become public “
“How about the docs that we discovered in the late 40s early 50s when the United States went down to Nicaragua rounded up a bunch of street people and infected them with syphilis to see if penicillin works now these people were not volunteers and it’s damn lucky that penicillin worked , because if it has not worked these people would have died horrible death ……”
” in a democratic society it is imperative for the people to be vigilant to hold their elected officials feet to the fire ” “we should always demand accountability , They use our money ” ” the next time we have an election here vote for anyone but democrats or republicans anyone but them , because they’re bought and paid for they’ve sold out to multi national corporations they’re not making decisions to benefit our country they are making decisions to benefit their benefactors “
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