posted on Jan, 13 2004 @ 12:37 AM
Just like UFOs etc. etc. It can fly over the White House daily, and Fox News can say it's swamp gas till heck freezes over. If 99 per cent of the
Soviets actually loathed Stalin, while praising him, because their retirement paycheck depended upon it, the story is the same for any fixed
So we can expect in this case the trillions of dollars greasing the wheels that the official truth, no matter how flawed and foolish, will be the
prevailing trend, since a regime and priesthood already surrounds it. It may take a thousand years of truth inside us, to throw off this mass of
falsehood from all facets of our lives.
If you read The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral mind, you can see how lies are part of subjective consciousness, what we
accept everyday as our survival. The coin of language will wear down the priesthoods that surround fables and lies, but it will take an ascent of
paradigms to state the obvious. I think Julian Jaynes book is one of the best I have ever read.
If you read Thomas Khun Structure of Scientific Revolutions, you can understand how paradigms can coexist, people still believing the earth is flat
while all scientific proofs show it round.
On another score the world and planets revolving around the sun vs. the "firmament," or stationary earth idea is interesting. Where everything
revolves around the earth you might envision it so.
Unique solutions suggest that if you consider the earth to be stationary, the motion of the planets still can be calculated but it is a more complex
method. You can understand how the gears mesh both ways, yes you can think of both models at the same time and neither is the complete truth.
From all of this it is understandable how secrets can be revealed, but where the lies are embellished with even the deepest secrets once published
The fact is what happened on 911 is already on the interet, and most likely as an operation including both deep secrets and lies by way of "excepts
largely determining our reality." Since it is a shell game, there are contradictory theories.
So for the foreseeable future, yes, almost everyone shall humor with largess this falsehood, the truth being unprofitable.
And for the first time while nothing is suppressed, the major media paradigm continues to dominate what "most people think." The propaganda masters
are giving us cake, and letting us eat it. Hence we do not even have the pleasure if you will, "being ridiculed." No it all condescends and says
"Oh you are so into the internet, how quaint." And why "violently oppose," those who think they have the truth in these "wild conspiracy
theories." They are only entertaining themselves. Down to business!
But then again the truth consistently does have more than only temporary merits.
I suggest that a few years of truth telling, and amnesty for the obvious liars, would change the course of human history. They would not give up their
bodyguard of lies without some such provision. Actual reform requires thoughtful liberty. Every aspiration of goodness would allow us to reconsider
all these matters carefully and consistently. The world deserves better, regardless of the next quarter of profits.
I agree the truth will come out, and in many ways it already has. The test of time is what we do with it.
[Edited on 27-1-2004 by SkipShipman]