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Inspired by a writer’s block breakthrough and a certain friend’s Facebook post, I took the chance to reflect upon myself and ask the very question that has been asked of me by my peers, friends, family, and my conscience: “So, you’re aware of all of this oppression. You’re aware that there is a New World Order, that it is upon us. That there are certain individuals working together that believe they have the right to rule humanity, regardless of any innate rights we are supposed to possess. You’re aware that society has been fed hormones, chemicals, and genetically modified material specifically designed to make the population apathetic. You know that they’ve succeeded so far… so, what are you going to do about it?”

Step One. Turn around. We, as a public, have been moving like herded sheep for a long time. I do not necessarily believe that this is a bad thing. Of course, there are leaders, there are followers, and there are those who function as both for a brief period of time. Every person has its place, its role, and no matter how small or insignificant they may seem, it is impossible to function as a body of consciousness without every individual involved. However, there is a place and a time for redirection, which is something our society has done without for far too long. When you allow a leader to lead for too long of a time period, you run into a problem of redundancy. Productivity, or lack thereof, is always moving–be it forward, or backward. Wallowing in what seems to be a perfect system can be one of the most dangerous things possible.

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‘Don’t Tread on’ Ed Dillard has taken the Ron Paul community by storm, though has barely been mentioned throughout mainstream media. On Tuesday, after an incident involving Republican Presidential Candidate Newt Gingrich, Dillard was left with a fractured foot and ruffled feathers, but no apology, even though it was requested by Jesse Benton, spokesperson for the Ron Paul Campaign.

“They say the culture of an organization is a reflection of its top executive and today’s deplorable behavior against Ron Paul supporter Eddie Dillard in Florida reflects very poorly on Congressman Gingrich,” said Mr. Benton, “I call on Congressman Gingrich to publicly apologize to Mr. Dillard.”

Credit to MSNBC Media

But has an apology come? Not one. A word from the Gingrich Campaign? Nada.

As I personally searched the web under any tag I could possibly think of, I found minimum articles pertaining to the incident, and only a singular article mentioning the fact that Mr. Dillard’s foot was fractured:

Ron Paul supporter says Gingrich security officer fractured his foot

Of which, hardly mentions the severity of the situation.

Is this what our political campaigns have come to? Obvious schoolyard-like bullying tactics that result to obvious ignorance among public media and little-to-no reaction among voters?

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