Do not go gentle into that good night,
Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
This Thomas poem urges the dying to rage and not to give into death easily.
If only these words could inspire us as we meekly accept our fate at the hands of manipulators and thieves.
The words of inspiration we most often hear today are cloaked in the vague repetitive mutterings of hurry before it's too late. A recent example is Obama pushing for his stimulus package saying "the time for talk is over, the time for action is now."
Obama's comrade in crime Nancy Pelosi can't even get her words straight as she shills for a quick vote on the stimulus. "Every month we don't have an economic recovery package 500 million Americans lose their jobs."
The biggest crime spree in history that began with the Bush boys now continues with the Obama hope-a-holics. They are stealing our future and we sit idly by. For the vast numbers of un- and underemployed, sitting idly is what there is to do.
We've taken the lies of 9/11, the middle east wars for profit and Israel, the fraud of the Federal Reserve and the strong arm of the IRS, the loss of manufacturing jobs to slave labor in foreign lands and now the blatent theft of trillions of our dollars lying down.
Lying face down in the mud as the rapists ponder what move to make next. The next move that will totally put the people in their place and eliminate any dissent.
The victims have no voice, no representation. The media will spin a few tales of opposition but in the end the result will be the same. Those with the power poke the barrel of the gun in our face and say "We win, you lose."
We have the numbers but no organization. On the street the talk is cheap and continuous. Everyone knows they are being lied to and stolen from but the talk doesn't do a thing. There are many who would rather steal from their neighbor than to try and take back our country from the criminals on high.
Many around the world see what is going on and are taking to the streets in protest and with strikes against the machine of inequality. Here in America we don't. The lifetime of being mentally and socially engineered to be good consumers, to think we are the best there is and to goose step to the tunes of propaganda has apparently worked.
We worked hard living in the illusion of eternal prosperity and now that we are about to see the illusion for what it is, we are to lazy or scared to do anything about it.
There's no rage. At least not enough to take any action. It's exactly as the controlling elites planned. We limp off to death with our heads down and our children wondering why we left them with such disarray.
Dylan Thomas tried to tell us. We were asleep and did not hear.