posted on Jun, 10 2014 @ 12:08 AM
It's become taboo to question anything the government or media tells us if it's about something bad. When exactly did they regain their credibility?
When exactly did people forget about real false flags (gulf of tonkin), planned ones (project northwoods), and manipulation of intelligence for the
purpose of the advancement of war (pearl harbor, lusitania). And, that barely scratches the surface of KNOWN / FACTUAL public manipulation and
misrepresentation of events. I'm not even talking about theoretical anything.
What I see is a nation that is so delusionally manipulated by their emotions and unable to take a logical look at anything, that all that is left is
the reaction that we've been taught, Pavlovian style, so that the act of questioning itself becomes more terrible than any act of violence.
I don't jump to conclusions - just follow the evidence that exists to us (which in some cases is limited), and in some of these scenarios, it's my
conclusion that the evidence is telling us a different story than the media or government. There are likely as many culprits and reasons to obfuscate
as there are questionable events. E.g., maybe it's just easier / cheaper to have crisis actors than do real interviews, but don't we want to know
I'm not interested in gorging myself on Pavlovian pie. Nor am I jumping on any particular conspiracy bandwagon. I'd like to know the truth in any
situation if possible, or get as near to it as possible. Awareness is a key component to a free and just society. However, I'm not sure there are
many that feel that way anymore, even on sites such as ATS.
edit on 10-6-2014 by pirhanna because: (no reason given)