Originally Posted by mcguyver
Do we wait until the axe has fallen to assess whether the axe has indeed fallen? Or do we look to see that an axe may fall and act to avoid it?
That is the basic question. Apathy is worse than the axe itself.
I know, the urge to do something and the need to do it is apparent, but, if you don't have a plan with a set of goals all you create is friction and heat and no traction.
I think the press conference that will be held tomorrow may give us some insight as to what led police to make this raid and what authority and legal grounds they're citing for it. Once we know that, we'll have an idea from what side we've been swiped here and can react to it. Right now there is simply nothing we can do but watch.