posted on Feb, 5 2008 @ 05:34 PM
The whole conspiracy thing is odd in the sense that you don't want to be right. As much as a read about politics and all the possible problems, a
part of me deeply wishes it wasn't true. Maybe it's easier to think we're all a bit crazy than to assume the world is messed up. To forget the
greed and corruption of man and assume everything will be ok. But we all know what assumptions do...
I don't like that part of me wants the conspiracy occur. Maybe to validate my own points and thoughts. To prove to others that life isn't so easy,
that there isn't always a good and bad side. Maybe for some peace of mind, as odd as it sounds. I like to think I do my best to avoid pointless
conjecture or fantasies. But one can never be sure. That's the problem with fantasy
Sometimes it seems like something really horrible needs to happen in order to open everyone's eyes. Apparently 9/11 wasn't enough. But what if
another 9/11 occurs, would that be enough? Had the precedent of peace before 9/11 clouded our judgment? Has the threat of terrorism done that now?
I just hate that the proof to many of these conspiracies is inherently negative. Sometimes I'm not sure how to deal with that, or what to think
about it. Just wondering if others had thought the same. Thanks for reading this.