posted on Aug, 8 2008 @ 11:56 PM
I don't expect to get many replies for this; even though I just stumbled upon a revelation unto myself that is both an undeniable truth, and a
I knew the reason for cover-ups, conspiracies, and the like this WHOLE time; just didn't know what to call it or how to define it.
You see, I've always pondered something that's been in my face for years. Why does the government keep stuff secret? Why do people refuse to believe
something unordinary? Why does everything eventually fall back into place no matter the severity of a tragedy?
I happened upon this answer when I was admitting to my stepdad that I dropped out of school. (I'm gonna go back when I'm 17 to a different program)
I was sure he wouldn't agree and get on to me like something evil, but to my surprise, he simply shook his head and said solemnly: "Once you leave
you can't go back." Then he, mom, and myself continued to enjoy the Olympic opening ceremony and make fun of the way Bush was acting.
See, when things go wrong around my place; everything goes along and everyone acts like nothing happened only to keep up the morale. It works
identically with the government systems and media: they lie and hide and threaten to keep people from revolting, going crazy, distrusting them,
Also, people who disbelieve in things paranormal or even high-maintainence tend to be the kind who are more interested in keeping their immediate
surroundings stable and undisturbed; even when there's more important things to worry about: global crisises, natural disasters, and the possibility
of their petty little reality falling apart right in front of their very eyes.
I find this enlightening, DUH, and somewhat aggravating. It is crucial for people to be open to possibilities. Even the ones that are unlikely because
if it DOES happen you won't be running around like a chicken with its head cut off. I think this realization is vitally important and wish to share
my revealance with others in hope of shaping them to befit a rapidly changing and evil desecrated world.
I care so much for people, and hope this is taken seriously...