MrWupy, I can't read your username without chuckling. And when someone posts a serious response and includes "mrwupy"...lol...
I wanted to add here. Wupy, I've had similar dreams. One involving forced innoculations. Dreams like these are pretty nightmarish. But it's very
important to separate from reality these imaginative take-offs on conspiracy theories. It's hard to say if these (pandemic, or NWO, or military
state) dreams are premonitory, or have anything to do with reality (although, the theories themselves are based on real information).
Conspiracy theories take shape and gain momentum, because they are partially based on reality, and contain truthful information, but that information
is often mixed with a lot of sensational, hyperbolic, very provacative theories that strongly act on an emotional and visceral level. Things that act
on our psyche like this tend to manifest in dreams, so it's hard to say either way. In my entire life, I've had one dream that I can recall that I
consider to be somewhat premonitory, so you have to weigh these carefully.
Concerning your specific dream I will say I've been following the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America
) organization that Bush has just created with Mexican president Vincente Fox to address, among other things,
border security. Given this newly formed alliance between the U.S. and Mexico, it's hard to imagine a scenario that you're presenting.
I will say that aside from this cursory observation that the scenario you present does seem valid, and I can't think of a reason why it couldn't
come to pass (not that there wouldn't be resistance, but it could be implemented). If it were, it seems an airtight case from the gov./military side
as far as instituting martial law, and is a terrifying scenario. I wouldn't put it past them. If you follow Alex Jones, he's keeping an eye on these
military drills around the nation...
All of this ties into what I wanted to say to osram, which is yes, there is so much information on so many subjects out there. ATS is a HUGE step to
making all of this accessible to the general public, along with sites such as Rense.com, Infowars.com, DavidIcke.com, Arcticbeacon.com, Zephnet (the
section, not his personal writings, which are too religious for my tastes [no
offense to Zeph]) etc... Our news media is NOT, and it's certainly not because of the sensationalistic nature of the material, because our national
media has devoted themselves to being meretricious to to the point of totally erasing what, if any, credibility they had left.
The threads here on ATS are astounding in their breadth and wealth of information, and it would be a monumental task to go through each thread and
create a website with a topic for each item. But I think we need to try. ATS, Alex Jones, Rense, and others are providing links to news stories (or
their own) that are serious, relevant and critical, I repeat, critical in disseminating as real, true and factual a picture as possible to the largest
number of people of what's going on in our country and the world. Our national media has left this critical social service behind for Anna Nicole
Smith stories. Afghanistan and Iraq have become footnotes, and take a back seat to celebrity stories. Most people have no idea what's going on around
them (most are happy to hide their head in the sand).
For those of us who want to know, read some of my suggestions on the Google Censorship
thread. One of them was to create a "vote verification" site. Educate-yourself.org is a good example of categorizing information. Google's has
been censoring search terms, preventing acces to certain info. It's critical that a site be created for us, by us, with categorized, accessible info,
and real time news. You know how these things get started? Right here!