posted on Dec, 1 2014 @ 06:22 AM
a reply to: Plugin
I find it all really hard to tell, I feel as if I'm stuck in an information bubble, where I get fed all they want me to know and nothing more. Our
national television stations are literally confirmed lying to the people and it's as if there's this huge thing going on and I get tiny, filtered bits
of it. There's this really selective mentioning in the news where very important things that are actually happening (and are *not* a ''theory'') are
ignored over silly news about a state secretary having a cold or something. >_< All I can do is read and follow certain alternative media sources but
Brussels doesn't like them and there're plans to oppress these sources of information. Great, isn't it, their plans need to be hid from daylight and
they basically acknowledge that...
There's way more to this whole Russia thing than I/we're being told. I honestly don't know that well what's been going on. Again, the bubble, we get a
lot of little fractured parts of a big reality, filtered through interpretation and what's supposed to be relevant. Maybe we'll know more
And indeed, the EU project is a vehicle of failure. They're REALLY bad at making themselves popular. We know there's a lot going on behind closed
doors and there's little democracy, let alone affinity amongst the people. Seemingly crazy or stupid decisions mixed with ideas that eerily resemble
past communist times. I just hope this construct of corruption and secrecy collapses quickly, before it can do even more damage to Europe. (Europe,
NOT the EU. That's another demagogic trick: ''you aren't against EUROPE, are you?'' ==> no, nobody is against 'Europe'...)
The real turning point to the worse was when they decided to make this a political union without the approval or affinity of the people. But we'll see
how it pans out. It doesn't help that almost all mainstream media are on the EU side.
edit on 1-12-2014 by Pitou because: language!