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Everywhere, there are those who care and

those who don't. While it takes a certain kind of person to have the conviction to be a whistleblower, such do exist. And sometimes people within the system are as unaware as those outside the system as to what's going on. But even when something rotten is known (perhaps even common knowledge), at least among insiders, there are those who do have the moral fibre and conviction to do something about it: the story of Frank Serpico comes to mind, also the CIA agent who rescued Cathy O'Brien (posted here related to the Colorado massacre http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&v=846vrwYecaQ...). Many examples come to mind. With the case of election fraud, most remain unaware thanks to the silent msm, and no doubt that includes those whose job it would be to investigate such crimes. If one person reports it, it can look like some grudge; there's only hope to have this redressed if there is greater awareness as to how insidious it is. It's worth it to some with a less cynical attitude to at least try.

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir