a reply to: Baddogma
Hey Baddogma: I always wanted to ask you….LOL: what's so bad about your dogma?
as to your response: this stands out for me, particularly:
The fact it can be explained away as physical mental illness makes it hard to discuss with any certainty… but the basic science and logical
pursuit by government and private researchers makes sense.
That nailed it, right there. We can't really discuss this in any serious, intellectual and factual matter, because the moment you anecdotally report
your experiences vis a vis possible mind control, you just sound like a schizo-affective idiot, off your meds…..
And it particularly resonated with me that Gut said he felt he was definitely in some kind of experimental group.
Frankly, I tend to think that all of us are living through that. You can chooose to ignore the evidence and experience, and just indulge in "checking
out," television, movies, credit cards, going to work and buying stuff. Or, you can
"awaken" to the reality and begin to search for answers, which is how many of us end up on sites like this. Regardless, it seems there is little
choice attendent to what we are speaking of.
The point is, for me, here, is that speaking of it frankly always carries a price. Is it worth paying? Speaking of it may not help you at all, but
it may touch someone else, and help them know they are, indeed, quite sane, when they feel like they are alone and losing their mind……
I, too, try not to think too much about where my best thoughts come from. But I certainly know that the worst ones filling my mind, frequently, do
not originate from my "grey matter," at all, because I simply know myself that well, and am solid about who I am and who I am not.
That the technology exists to introduce, interfere, tag and rob and affect consciousness, itself, seems to be a moot argument, these days. And so, I
don't choose to engage in it. It's been documented for many years now. I don't see this as the issue any longer, and don't waste my time on engaging
in trying to back that up.
What I do invest emotion and time in, is that there should be a solid belief about what is sacrosanct, precious about consciousness and humanity.
And you are very right: this is what is at stake, here, and challenged by such technology. This is the whole point, to me, of discussing it. We are
worthy. Period, end of story. We are beautiful, living creatures, which should never be interfered with. It isn't technology meant to improve us.
It is meant to control and justify such. In this sense, it can only do grevious harm.
We are worth more than that. Yet, we, as a species, have created it. It is our responsibility to stand up to it, end it, for ourselves, our
children, and children's children, and all life on this planet.
regards to you