posted on Aug, 3 2003 @ 12:54 PM
Now the gist:
Are the people who post here UFO, E.T., NWO Nutheads or are they "normal" everyday culture creatures?
I want to delve deeper into this stuff but if it is "just misleading,"
as we all hope its not, it could be dangerously phycotic. Mel Gibson anyone?
I know one thing and one thing only. The message my confuzed head tells me is that everything is not what it seems, the order of things is way to
orderly to be true.
I think you would agree that our government is lying to us. They've been lying to us for years, and its nothing new. What aren't they telling us?
If something is outside of your awareness, it does not exist in your reality. But that doesn't mean that it doesn't exist at all.
It is easy to be confused and feel overwhelmed when reading the information on this site and in these message boards. Some people make their points
better than others. Don't be afraid to ask for proof & PLEASE make sure that you search for a topic before you post a question like, "So what is
the NWO all about?"
In the movie "Conspiracy Theory", Mel Gibson's character was definitely not "dangerously psychotic". In fact, he was a victim of the CIA's
"MK-ULTRA" program. His character was a programmed assassin. Even though people believed he was insane, he was telling the truth based on his own
When pursuing conspiracy theories (i.e. the search for reality), realize that you will only rarely find hard evidence to prove the theory true. It is
important to look for credible sources! People who are suffering from psychosis don't have the ability to back up each of their delusions with hard
Although the impulse is to label all of us crazy, just remember that Giodano Bruno was burned at the stake for suggesting that the earth revolved
around the sun. People called him a madman, he was killed for his belief, even though his opinion reflected reality.
[Edited on 3-8-2003 by MKULTRA]