posted on Jun, 5 2007 @ 02:19 PM
Originally posted by Solarskye
The sad part about all of this is, nobody will or can do anything about this. Everybody's to busy working from paycheck to paycheck. Nobody has the
time to stand up and stop anything anymore. Scientist are to busy being scientist, Doctor's are busy being doctor's. politicians are to busy being
politicians and are more worried about staying in power. Power, now that's an interesting word It's all about power
Even all those witnesses at the disclosure event can't do anything about it. If they could then they should of already of done it. The government
is way to powerful now to let us little people stop them. I know it hurts me to say that but it's true. What can we do ? I work, my spouse works
nights, we're all on ATS talking about this but that's all we're doing, is talking. ( or typing ) Everybody is talking but nobody's listening to
us. I want disclosure as bad as the rest of you, but alot of you are right about humans being to agressive and wanting power, not peace. We fight
and kill to get what we want, instead of loving one another and compromising.
All we can do now is watch the dice roll and shift will happen.
So well put that it makes me wish we still had WATS nominations to award for great posts like this.
It's true though, we're all in a tangle and the government knows it. They are busy being the government just like we're all busy being employees,
parents, friends, etc. and that's why they're always going to win. They have the intelligence, the personnel, and the power
to do "whatever
is best for the country" which is BS in English for "whatever those who specialize in gaining power and wealth want".
Like so many others on here, I'm too wrapped up in my life
to budget any kind of time for fighting these kind of fights. I guess over time the
majority of our populace has just become so complacent to the point where were always "doing things" because there is so much to do and see, that
interest in fighting for the people has waned considerably as time marched on. It's the distractions that are all around us that lets are brains
wander from the big picture to smaller, more interesting things.
It makes you wonder, is having a thing like the Internet a blessing or a curse for those of us with inquisitive/open minds? Yes we have the power to
collaborate, research, and keep up on current events better then ever before, but at the same time we're caught in the web of our own life to do
anything constructive about it. That's where we'll always fail, the government can lie, steal, and omit certain truths but so long as they cover the
right tracks we can't do anything but speculate and formulate theories that only sound feasible if you pay attention to the right details and
underlying issues, meaning you can't just go up to your neighbor and expect to have a conversation about what the government is hiding because
chances are he's someone who doesn't pay attention to what you do.
It's a shame they can get away with so much, but it's been like this since the beginning of modern society, all the way back to Mesopotamia.
Absolute power corrupts absolutely, and with each passing generation the longer those in power can stay there the more those people can consolidate
their power from within and build upon their dominance. Of course this differs from society to society, but the human nature remains the same and more
people will fall to the power of temptation and power then those who will stand up for the people and do what's morally right.