One thing that the sovereignty movement has lacked during it’s surge these past few months has been proportionate participation from both sides of the political spectrum, a requirement for any successful non-partisan movement. We at TAC have recognized that this was a matter of timing, that the sovereignty movement represented opposition to what many saw as their beloved Obama and therefore was met with closed minds.
Has that phase run it’s course? It would seem likely. Between the recent announcement of US military escalation in Afghanistan, the revelations of very Bush-like opaque tactics continued under Obama and the impending announcement of what may be a concession of the entire republic’s sovereignty at the Copenhagen conference, the Obama ecstasy may be thinning.
We as a movement must take advantage of this opportunity and let the newly disillusioned know that we were on their side all along- despite round after round of misinformation by the establishment media. We must use this opportunity to build our mainstream coalition.
The potential is staggering indeed, when one considers the idea of the formerly left grassroots merging with formerly right grassroots, the result would be a superhero partnership of epic proportions, it would be a force capable of resisting even the most desperate tactics by the centralizers.
I encourage you all to consider this line of thinking right now- in terms of tearing down walls and combining our strength. In terms of ripping down the curtain that hides the true center of power, which is not the president but rather the system itself, a system that is beyond reform and drastically deviant from the intentions of our founding fathers.