"The Stockholm Syndrome.."
The effect is first to fear the threat, then to be angered by it then to love or embrace your enemy, hoping they will not harm us if we give in and for sake of piece...
By the way Mich~ael, I wouldn't waste my money on that 'Red Dawn' garbage. I have very good sense about what movies are worth going to see.
It's a knack I have always had. I haven't seen it because to me it isn't realistic. It's smells of phoniness (new word)
I rather fear my own government involvment in allowing some external enemy to attack our republic through our wide open southern flank.
This new 'Red Dawn' movie smells of government interference. They want us to believe we have to fear an attack by North Koreans.
This is government idiocy at work....'FEAR WHAT HAS PROBABLY HAPPENED BECAUSE OUR BORDERS HAVE BEEN WIDE OPEN FOR SO MANY YEARS.
THE ENEMY, IN MY OPINION, IF HE AN EXTERNAL ONE, IS ALREADY HERE AND TRAINING ON OUR SOIL AS WE SPEAK..
aNYWAY, IT'S Something to think about anyway.
But, I would advise you not to waste the money to go rent the movie..
The original 'Red Dawn' was a much more believable and realistic..
I agree! At best the talk of North Korea is really more of a distraction from the reality that our freedoms are slowly being eroded or taken away.
Remember what Ron Paul has said, and I paraphrase..."As long as we have our liberties we can survive"
As a former Baseball official(Umpire) - Our Motto was, "Keep your eye on the everlasting ball" What we need is to watch what they are doing as opposed to what they say...
If they (bad government) take our freedoms, they won't need an external enemy (North Koreans) to do it for them..(
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