posted on Dec, 23 2014 @ 06:28 PM
The problem lies in the fact that we've all gotten so good at debunking things. We have the power of the internet at our fingertips. We can parse
fifty different sources for information in a fraction of a second. The conspiracies you mentioned are all in the past. People don't want to think
about what happened years ago, when everything on the TV these days is about instant sensory overload. The Sony thing doesn't matter to people
because it's a major corporation that got hit. Most people here are already against corporations, so practically all of us shrugged our shoulders
and smirked. We didn't even care that celebrities were affected. They are all millionaires. Why on earth would we care about their minor
inconveniences? That's not a conspiracy worth even thinking about for the average Joe.
The conspiracies these days are largely gone, or are so glossed over that we're now numb to them. We've all accepted (against our will, but
accepted nonetheless) perpetual war, oil wars, trade wars, and an economy that doesn't feel like we're doing that well in it. It's all
corporations and nation states fighting at this level. We're just sitting on the porch, watching the show. We have no skin in the game (aside from
the actual wars). The race wars in the US and Europe are diversionary tactics that anyone with an IQ of above my birthweight can see right through
for being entirely divisive and perpetrated by those same elitist corporations (because the politicians are all the corporations puppets).
What do we have left? Nothing. We're waiting for something that we can't "shoot down and debunk" immediately. We're all waiting for something
that quite possibly won't ever arrive. We'll have prepped and gotten ready for nothing, just like our grandparents did during the Cuban Missile
Crisis. We bought a bunch of stuff, got ready, and stimulated the economy by purchasing stuff that will gather dust and never be used. We all got
played by the corporations.