posted on Aug, 21 2006 @ 01:02 AM
Originally posted by goose
It is clear that the government and the media are working hand in hand on the scare tactics.
The media is an exercise in absurdity. There is so much eago involved in the media. They don't have reporters, they have primadonnas. They don't
care about informing the populace, but ratings. Good news doesn't sell, but sensationalism never fails to bring them to their TV's every time.
To me, it isn't a far stretch of the imagination to think that it would be easy to control the media if you had enough money to buy off or threaten
the right people. It only takes a few few correctly placed individuals for everything to be steered in a direction.
Corporations have upwardly mobile trained monkeys and "yes" men or women who all want to climb up the ladder. They willingly tow the party line.
Ethics and morals are a thing of the past.
The media is run by a corporation. Corporations are driven by profit and keeping ther shared worth something to shareholders. If you were a person
with money, I would imagine it could easily be controlled if it meant the media outlet would be rewarded in some manner. That is not conspiracy
theory, but a fact.
Am I afraid? I would think the puppet masters are afraid. They are all about control. The down side of power and control is fear of losing it. They
are victims of their own actions. They are so fearfull, they stink of it.
I am a human who will not exit this life alive. I live for today and the promise of tomorrow. I know my place in the Universe and no media outlet or
goverment can tell me otherwise. We are all connected to each other and greater than we could ever imagine. We are not as insignificant as they would
have us believe. We all can make a difference and some of us do make a difference every day we are here. That is the true power. Helping others and
Herbert had it right when he said that "fear is the mind killer." Hope and faith in our abilities to be good will take us a lot farther than apathy,
fear or negativity.
"Terrorism" is giving way to fear in order to control. Both sides do it. I am starting to wonder if someone is hedging their bets and deliberately
causing conflict so that we cannot see the man behind the curtain. We are all so easily distracted and fall for the "nothing up my sleeve" bit. It
should be noted that if a magician or puppet master says that "there is nothing up my sleeve", that is usally where you should look first.
I am sure that I am not the only person who feels this way.