Indeed I am aware that protests will not change the policies and the policy makers.
Protesting to the slave master does not end slavery.
However, it is a statement and signal of change, protesting becomes the weak cries seeking recognition and acknowledgment of suffering and a desire for change…
Protests and cries are usually the first messages that something is wrong and the human emotion instinctively feels the pain of the other and ask what is causing it. Surely the conditioned, the well trained, and psychopaths will ignore these cries for help, but some of the innocent and unaware people and sheeple working within the system will begin to glimpse a problem they were oblivious to.
Protesting is part of the mix of the grass root changes coming.
It is a wake-up call to those under the influence of mind control and social manipulation from the institutions; it is a time for those still asleep to reflect on the injustice and cruelty of the system that is employing them to commit acts of cruelty and to be callous to the plight of others…
Having said all of the above, be aware that the most meaningful actions will come from people when they simply stop crying and pleading for the masters (officials in institutions) to be more fair, gentle and kind, but rather for the People to claim their personal sovereignty and implement their own changes and solutions without institutional permission and assistance.
Thus making the old system irrelevant and obsolete in your life; without your energy and support that old system will collapse.
As people leave the military/police, leave the government, leave the banks a shift in power takes place, returning to the rightful owners the ability to self-govern.
To be creative, innovative, and self-governing is a responsible state of being exercising liberty.
Ukrainian Protesters Hold Up Mirrors to Police, Forcing Them To “Reflect” On Their Oppression
Posted Jan 4, 2014
Do you remember this protest from last year, 2013:
Filippino Police Officer has No Stomach for Rioting
As Officer Joselito Sevilla aggressively held the line, protesters asked him why he was fighting them. From behind his shield Sevilla replied, “I am a policeman. I’m just doing my job.” To the shock of the protestors, Sevilla burst into tears, repeating, “I am a policeman. I’m just doing my job.”
The protestors went silent as the weeping officer lowered his shield. A man placed his hand on Sevilla’s shoulder, telling him that everything would be all right. A woman comforted him, as she offered a handkerchief to wipe his tears. The compassionate crowd remained huddled around Sevilla until his supervisors took him away.
Seven injured in Thai protest shooting, capital beefs up security
Protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban (C) is surrounded by children as others take pictures inside the anti-government encampment in front of Democracy monument in Bangkok January 11, 2014. Credit: REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
Report By Amy Sawitta Lefevre Sat Jan 11, 2014
(Reuters) – Seven people were wounded after gunmen on motorcycles opened fire on anti-government protesters in Bangkok early on Saturday, heightening fears of worsening violence when protesters attempt to “shut down” the capital next week in a bid to overthrow the government.
The gunmen opened fire on protesters in central Bangkok at around 2 a.m, and at least one other attack took place nearby, police said.
“Unidentified assailants opened fire in the early hours of this morning … at an intersection near the Khao San Road tourist area. Altogether seven people were injured, most of them anti-government protesters,” said national police chief Adul Saengsingkaew.
The attack came just hours after clashes between government supporters and protesters outside Bangkok that left at least six people hurt.
The incidents occurred as authorities draw up plans to deploy more than 14,000 troops and police on Bangkok’s streets from Monday. From then protesters led by former opposition politician Suthep Thaugsuban aim to paralyze the city for between 15 and 20 days.
The turmoil is the latest episode in an eight-year conflict that pits Bangkok’s middle class and royalist establishment against the mostly poorer, rural supporters of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and her brother, former premier Thaksin Shinawatra, who was overthrown in a military coup in 2006.
The protesters accuse the Shinawatra family of corruption and nepotism. Yingluck called a snap election for February 2, but this failed to placate protesters, who want her government to resign to make way for an unelected people’s council to oversee political reform.
Most recent Protests at Ukraine capitol
Friday, Jan 10 2014, Several people including politicians were seriously injured when Ukrainian protesters and police clashed in Kiev following the jailing of three men accused of trying to blow up a statue of Lenin.