posted on Aug, 19 2007 @ 06:35 AM
Hey, i know how you feel. I've been screaming from the rooftops about all the kinds of things being talked about now 20 years ago when i was a kid.
By about 12 years old i realized mankind treads a path of destruction, killing the planet in slow motion. I'd rant on it, go on about where
we're heading, back then my family thought i was insane. As my rantings manifested as reality, my words became prophetic, much of what i wa so
upset about as a kid has happened.
Back then though, i lacked the skills to eloquently express my inner anger at being led through what basically amounts to indoctrination into slavery
(public education) that i saw so blatantly in front of me. I'd constantly tell my parents that i didn't want to have anything to do with the
sickeningly obscene path of society i saw around me.
I only ever had a few close friends growing up, as most people resembled zombies, mindlessly trodding the path to the stucco prison camp in suburbia
hell and a 9 to 5 in a box with flourescent mind control waves for 40 years so when theyre 65 they can worry about living below the poverty line on
social "security". Plowing headlong happily towards a life of slavery, it made me sick.
I know how you feel, even to this day there's only a handful of people that i know who really see and know the whole reality. It does make for a
lonely existence when you see clearly where our path truly leads, because most material things become petty and 85% of the population's lives revolve
around petty materialism, and the struggles that ensue due to materialistic attitudes. About 5% of the population are truly awake, seeing with all
three so to speak, and the other 10% "Own" or work for/fund/enable the owners the 85%. Most 5 percenters are loners, not that they've been
alienated as much as they choose not to participate in the madness, and are pretty recluse, social people would call us antisocial, it's just that we
see through the facade.
My advice is to get good at expressing yourself in captivating ways, rather than turn someone away with a bombshell like "reptilians control your
mind", lead those you converse with to ask the question of "who contrils my mind?", understand what i'm saying? In HS I took classes i thought
would be useful, and that they'd allow me to take. I was denied an education and when i fought for my right to the same level of education as my
peers who blindly marched in lockstep towards stucco prison. I did take Drama and public speaking, both of which were some of the most useful things
i ever did in school. In drama class I learned about being in front of an audience, and being a presence to be dealt with when i expressed myself.
It taught me confidence to get up on center stage and say "here i am, deal with me!". Public speaking allowed me to fine tune my presentation of
concept and be able to convey my message in an efficient manner that anyone who's paying attention can understand. I went on to win the state
optimist award and eventually "spoke" my way into giving a speech in front of the government of the state of florida and 5000 of the wealthiest
slavemasters at a political industrial fundraiser. Ifelt it was worth it all that time spent being outcast, being a loner, when i stood up in front
of the man and the corporations and proceeded to deliver my speech, on the topic of socio-economic class division perpetuated by the corporate branch
of the government. I thought whitey was gonna crap a gold brick right there.the looks on their faces were priceless when i stood in the belly of the
beast in my "here i am, deal with me" mode, and laid it down and called out the NWO plantation owners and THEIR puppeteers to their face. It was
worth all the struggle, isolation, beatings by cops, to stand there and do that. I stood up and told my oppressors face to face what i know about
their diabolical plot, it felt good.