Christmas  2010
Do You See What I See: Do You Hear What I Hear
and Do You Know What I Know?
The Transition
Colin Andrews
Posted November 23, 2010
For those of us who had a perfect day, remember our numbers are shrinking and for
those who have plenty be prepared to share with those who had a bad one.

We see stripped naked the outcome of the multi-national business strategy of greed. We
hear the screams of the millions, growing to billions who must now go without even the basics
this Christmas and perhaps for many to come, because of those who managed this corrupt
business fraternity, callously and deliberately entwined with our political system. Our people
are now being held ransom by those within the financial system who have turned off the
money supply as they adjust, if not panic to make what they can with what remains. Many
would call them criminals and in a different environment and time they would be.

Those who built this system know this is the end game and their empires are falling apart.
They have their new headquarters and new factories in distant lands and frankly don't care.

To understand how this happened not just to our families who are falling apart but countries
too, we must be honest enough to identify the true cause so we can recover our communities
and our hearts in time to rebuild while we have something to hold onto.

But do you see what I see; do you hear what I hear?

Families across the land are beginning to see and hear that our future rests within the vibrant
and rewarding gift of sharing and fairness and by coming together into community as our
market place. To hell with big business and to hell with a political system of men who will not
free themselves from old arguments and corrupt associations. Old politics, hell bent to
destroy each other and to oppose the other guy what ever his merit, is done. Too many urgent
problems and not enough time for this garbage any longer.

At last do you see what I see and hear what I hear?

There is a real stirring in the valleys and on the plains and the mountains too. Let music be
among the tools we use to bring together our peoples and direct our religious leaders toward
love and respect for each other and our planet. Let the extremists fight among themselves.

Do you know what I know?

Patience and caring will be our savior as community begins to wag the tails of the big fat cats
who got us here. It’s our birth right and our responsibility to hold the hands of our children and
guide them to that place our mothers and fathers before us, thought they were fighting for
before these calculated morons stole it from them and us to boot.

Don’t rely anymore upon those men in government who don’t seem capable of carrying out
our work or do what it is we are yearning for, i.e: Moral progress.

What I know is that we can do this together; we the people with our families and our
communities can take this machine back down to street level resolution and revolution. We
can barter our skills and our efforts and forget those who have abandon us and moved their
industrial bases to those distant lands. Now it’s our turn to fight back if necessary side
stepping them.

Love, respect and community along with the support and involvement of our local law
enforcement, we, the people will do this.

The gifts of this transition will not come easy but there is no turning back. They cast the mould
and broke us, and we must break the mould and again restore hope for our future.

Community, community, community.

Colin Andrews – Nov 23, 2010  

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"Do you Hear what I hear" -
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