To me, Pcasts #1 & 2 are the same thing...Is it just me or are they actually identical?
I've just listened to your Pcast #3 for this topic: Again, I notice the likening to a conspiracy group when you mentioned how the orgainization
begins developing like a "spiderweb." Being like a spiderweb it must, by necessity, start in a "hub" or "Centerspot" & branch out with influence
in many directions at the same time. Another concept that fits (at least marginally) is like the much-cliched traveling salesman...The key being that
the party/conspiracy group/salesman all rely on social "networking" to succeed, plus be capable of cordially speaking to a few or many people at
Another thing I relate to is that, should a new political party fail & devolve into a mere "social group," I've found that one of the
has done just that...All they've really been able to accomplish is to make all sorts of ridiculous claims &
write "reports" on their progress, all of which have no basis in reality: In short, that particular NESARA scam has been making pronouncements equal
to what you'd expect out of a full-fledged Government without the benefit of being able to enforce anything they've "accomplished." That
scam-group pretends to be replacing
the current Federal Government at all levels (which goes far beyond the goals of the real Act). But what
the real NESARA
does is limited to being an Act to stabalize the economy that hasn't even been introduced into
Congress as a Bill
It looks to me that particular scam has devolved into a mere social group, just as you've indictated.
In your Pcast #4 you mentioned that a new political party, it may best to "hide in plain sight," possible by presenting an image of meekness or
incapability so as to not appear as "being a threat" to the Big Sharks: In this aspect, I'd consider caution on selecting a "public image" of
being "incapable" because that very same image can easily backfire in the public's perception, which would
reduce your new party down to a
mere social group. If the image
of "incapability" is used, then you'd actually have to be super-capable in the background
this can be pulled off just right, at least it should "draw out" potential political enemies (lurking back in the darkness of the grandstand that
) who seek to "test your resolve" in the political arena.
It's usually a wise man who can at least identify
his most serious opposition as early as possible, so that he can more efficiently prepare
for the political "battle" itself. I think President Bush made good use of "incapable," what with all of the language-mangling he does (How many
"Bushisms" have you
heard of lately?
)...But he's managed to do more damage to the Constitution & Foreign Policy than any other
Administration in American history this way.
And the way you described TheBorg's humorous method of mentioning the "Dark Side" of politics still works that way in real
matter how much of the "high road" a new political party chooses to go, you'll still run into the "Sith Lords" that other
parties will use
against you. This is the main reason I suggested use of caution (in the above paragraph).
About that music before your verbal introduction: Nice line of lyrics, very appropriate. But did it have
to be a piece of a song entitled,
"Sympathy for the Devil
On to my thoughts on Pcast #5:
Well, about the only thing that you didn't make obvious (at least not reasonably obvious to those who are new to Conspiracy Theory) about the
espionage/counter-espionage part of politics is that there's a lot more places than the local Radio-Shack that have those neat little "spytoys"
available...But then, in a Pcast, you're working with a limited time frame & the ATS Staff doesn't like Members to actually advertise businesses
(The Staff prefers to keep that Right for themselves for the use of website Sponsor-Ads, of course