reply to post by ExpertTexpert
Thanks for the kind words. I do have a habit of running my words past my brain before posting.
And modeling or reasonably predicting future scenerios based on those past is all we have. I do insurance analysis, so I'm very aware that past
events and human behavior is, indeed, a reliable well from which to draw. With such a rich history of human behavior from which to glean, with close
attention, humans - especially when herded with nationalism and under an icon like a flag - can be remarkably predictable.
For instance, with Bush's stellar performance as the ideal puppet in the perfect position, would you like to wager that Cheney and minions will make
at least one more attempt - before finally being relieved at the helm - at drawing the US into open conflict with Iran?
Consent has been manufactured since the first humans began to gather in packs, recognizing the strongest or smartest to offer direction and
leadership. Welcome group-think to the human condition. Humans, by and large, want to follow, to be a part of the recognized whole - and governments
rely heavily on this crutial reality in order to insure societal cohesion. And I have little doubt, that if ET has, in fact, been present for
countless centuries or even a few decades on planet earth, the human glob and it's reality has been fashioned - with varying degrees of success -
with ET's agenda and objectives at the forefront.
And in concert with 'legitimate government' leaderships, variations of the false flag that most of us mere mortals can't imagine would be
commonplace. The evil genius of the 'attacks' of 911 may very well be a cake walk compared to future defining events on the human journey.
Imagine comparing the human experience of 100,00 years or so on earth, (quite literally a blink of an eye on the cosmological timescale), to other
civilizations in our galaxy or more distant, with a jump start of 10,000 years, a million years or half a billion years. A stunning concept to
fathom, quite realistic and unsettling in it's ramifications. Yes, humans as the bucket of frogs contemplating brain surgery, algorhythms in
statistical analysis or energy and matter as identical - simply in different states.
That church of the subgenius seems a bit on the edge, (I'm being kind). Far be it from me to alledge anything like zaniness at work or many having
just too much time on their hands. I'd have to educate myself more about the broader view and their tenets and agendas to make such claims, but
frankly, so much of my time is dedicated to staring into my power crystals and attempting to re-summon the High Priestess from Tralfamadore.
What they are pros at, is beyond me. After all, Jeffery Dahmer was a professional sychopath/cannibal - and Hitler was a professional motivational
speaker. I've always appreciated those reaching the zenith of their chosen crafts. Approval is an entirely different matter.
Yes, General Fallon is the voice of reason, a moderating force that was, however, overwhemed when it came to US actions in Iraq. The diminished tide
was too much - too sudden - to widespread. His grasp of the world and the grand chess game is that of a rare seasoned scholar unwittingly surrounded
by belicose, short-sighted 6th graders armed with the 'legitimacy of the electorate' and the really big guns.
Have no doubt though. The carefully manufactured American myth will survive, relatively unscathed.