Thank you in advance for reading my post and taking into consideration my point of view.
Dear ATS readers & writers,
Where has our logic gone? It seems as though the posts of "conspiracy theories" conjured up by newly registered members ( some not so newly
registered ) are so unbelievably critical of politics that they are not uncovering the truth, yet imposing brand new lies into all of our thoughts.
What happens when you read these outlandish claims? You actually start to consider the possibilities, often just because you believe 1/8 of what the
person is claiming.
For the example below, you may believe in the NWO, and the paranoid thought of it coming true could easily sway you to believe what the poster has
written. However, not every politician in the world believes in the NWO. Especially one who claims he will immediately bring our troops home, because
that would mean he is against world domination.
Take into consideration the following thread:
Titled: Ultimate proof that Ron Paul is from the NWO agenda.
Have a look around there if you have not already. It's a completely foolish post! A few combination pictures of people holding up (what i believed to
be the sign of rock and roll for years and years and years) the 'devil horns' of the NWO. I bet nobody reading this can claim they have never thrown
up the horns for one reason or another, and are you a part of the NWO agenda? Yet the sad truth is that 90% of the people who read that posted back
that they agree! Are we the sheep whom walk among us? Apparently.
It's things like this that keep us from joining together and electing a president who could potentially fix the country. It's things like this that
keep liberals scattering their votes across the board, and never really having an effect.
What I want to know, is if so many of you so easily ate up the fact that Bill Maher and Ron Paul are in the NWO together, how hard would it be to
convince you of anything? You see a few pictures, put the puzzle pieces together in your brain, discard remaining evidence and claim you found
yourself a member of the NWO.
Shame on you! Ron Paul may be a republican but he was a member of the liberal party for a long time, and ended up switching parties. He has a much
better chance running as a republican, and his politics are much different than any republican that has been around in my entire life. Bill Mahr also
believes that we should listen to the enemy and what they are saying, we should pull our troops out of Iraq, does that mean he's a part of the NWO?!
As far as I'm concerned 90% of America believes in the ideals expressed by Ron Paul, and you should all be very careful around election times what
sort of disinformation your spreading. You may think it's fun, you may think your not impacting anything, but what you say on here is read by a lot
of people and you could very well sway votes by paranoid declarations.
The next time you post a thread, be sure to leave significant information regarding your claim, and a direct explanation of your opinion and why you
believe it. Invite questions, comments, if you really want the truth. Be very careful not to spread lies, politics are an ugly, bloody, scary game.