posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 08:21 PM
Ah, yes. The Darwinian social philosophy. I'm wel lacquainted with it. I don't say its wrong, either. Your point is well taken that the old must
go out before the new can come in.
The truth aboutthe consiracy is that "they" simply don't want to tell you what they already plan to do to you.
I've heard it said that politics is the art of making people stand in line to demand what you already plan on doing to them. It's something I
I also think that even if our darkest hour, there will always be an inner circle ofmen and women plotting and scheming to do what's good for them, as
they see it.
I never planned on being a social commentator, but since I started down this path I've been blessed with an abundance of support. Yes, I've made my
mistkaes along the way, but for the most part my 'rise' has been more than I expected it could be. I've learned that there are not enough people
out there who do this kind of thing.
Without these discussions of ideas, the average person is left feeling alone. Once they start talking, they begin to realize that they're not the
only ones with...those thoughts. Once we realize that more of us think alike than not, the sooner we can start to get a grip on this kind of thing.