posted on May, 2 2008 @ 05:18 PM
Hello Jesse, You and I know each other, although I doubt you'd remember.
Now that we know that 9/11 was an inside job(I'm sorry but there's enough evidence to convict Jesus, had he done it.) And it all turned out to be a
horrific Tonkin incident, and that my generation is now dying for oil profits. How do you think we should go about effecting change?
Alot of this reminds me of the history of the 1960's and yet, this is somehow different. There's something there that I can't quite put my finger
on. You see there's this place between truth and lies today that is indescribable. It is a world where meaning changes form as often as running
water, truth no longer seems to be the forefront of what we seek, instead we are still in thinking and imagining, and speaking. We all seem to live in
a separate world from each other where the only "truth" that counts is actually a lie where one spins a spun issue until it becomes something else
entirely. It's the reason Americans don't want the Mexicans, or anyone Muslim, or anything that disagrees with their sense of prescribed
reality....Only this prescription is often taken with alcohol despite warnings otherwise(If you catch my drift). It's intoxicating the level of
propaganda. It took every ounce of my questioning being to break free of it. But I was one of the few of my generation who didn't join the Marines,
who sought out the truth, who spreads it despite being laughed at for doing so. There is actually pressure in this country to be dumber. And we're
adhering to it very well.
I guess my real question is this:
Since this country seems to push the goal post farther and farther in everything it does, how long would you say our empire has before its' pillars
[edit on 2-5-2008 by projectvxn]