posted on May, 2 2006 @ 10:42 AM
Originally posted by Freeman
There is this world of prosperity, free energy for all, to power your homes, your car, our planes... to render cross country travel virtually free of
charge. Enough to feed the poor contries and solve all 3rd world dilemas. Healing for AIDS. Healing for the environment and our planet.
There is this vision, you don't have to do anything extrordinary, for instance free energy formulas are here on earth, hidden in a safe place, we
just have to uncover them but we are not quite ready yet.
You mean that all those "free energy" formulas and plans and groups around the world are just agents of disinformation and the stuff actually
doesn't exist? I'm shocked... shocked, I tell you.
So there it is but theres also Cabal between people and this new world of prosperity, pushing NWO and middle east brawl. What do you do, do you
let them push their NWO agenda or you disempower them?
How about: there's a conspiracy of people who want you to buy various books and formulas from them that actually don't work and every time that
energy prices go up, they take advantage of this.
In case you forgot, the government pays for its energy.
So what have YOU done to add wind power or solar power to your house or to encourage your local government to choose alternate forms of energy (like
nuclear energy)? Do you still drive a car, or do you walk? Are you still part of the problem?
And, by the way, if you get a "free energy" device that actually works, there's tons of people who would love to examine it and then build one for
But I doubt it'll happen. This kind of stupidity (to call a spade a spade) has been showing up in Popular Mechanics and other magazines like it
since the 1950's... if it really was out there, we'd all be oil-free by now. You can't hide technology like that!
Frazier's not in contact with reality. There are hundreds of programs out there for energy efficient cars (as readers of Popular Mechanics know) and
people have gotten reliable and proveable 100 mpg ratings on cars... and no men in Big Black Suits showed up at their doors and shot them. Instead,
they won prizes and got a lot of press.
Paranoia is compelling, but it doesn't solve much of anything.