posted on Apr, 19 2016 @ 07:06 PM
a reply to: nonspecific
Sorry it took so long for me to get back to you on this. I've had some stuff going on.
As far as the banking system, world politics, and such goes, I'd say he wasn't full of it. I had one problem with what he said. Now, I admit that I
may have misunderstood so this is based on what I did understand. It's the part when he said that the world is a hologram and nothing is really real
and it's just our brains decoding it.
Years ago I was on my way to a job interview. I had to cross a busy road to get there and I was stopped at a stop sign. The road noise was loud. A
woman was coming up to the stop sign and didn't see me waiting there on my bike because she wasn't paying attention. She hit me. She hit me hard
enough to knock me over. Now, I couldn't hear her car because of the rush of other cars on the road. There was nothing for my brain to "decode". Does
that mean the car wasn't a real physical object (like he said in the video)? Hell no. It was real, alright. I was in pain for days afterward and had
the bruises to prove that it was real.
Another example: This kid used to hang around my brother and I. One day he was going home on his bike, pulled out of the alley behind our house
without looking, and was hit by a car. It was horrific. It messed him up for life. He didn't get hurt so bad because his brain "decoded" a damn
hologram and told him he should be crippled for life. No, he got messed up because a real solid physical object ran into him and smashed the # out of