As citizens of the USA with a presidential election approaching you have a wonderful opportunity to ponder whether to participate in this election or to participate in the ongoing American Revolution.
Your first revolution might have overthrown the authority of the British monarchy and aristocracy but the one in progress must remove the U.S. elite, which has executed a political coup against your government. And you cannot remove elite coupmakers in a fraudulently conducted election in which the ‘choice’ is essentially between two violently insane individuals, each of whom represents the violently insane US elite.
The second revolution, moves along steadily with routine outbreaks inspired by a multitude of peace, environmental and social justice issues and occasional ‘uprisings,’ such as the Occupy Movement in 2011 which spawned a range of new and visionary initiatives. This revolution’s value is that it could give citizens of your country the chance to finally reclaim the Republic for those people who genuinely care about “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” And, just as importantly, have sufficient vision to regard these aspirations as something to be shared with the entire U.S. population, starting with Native Americans, and even those of us in the rest of the world including those countries that are currently victims of U.S. elite violence, whether it be wars, drone strikes, coups, economic exploitation or ecological destruction.