posted on Aug, 28 2008 @ 06:29 PM
i was just thinking about how, as much as i'd love to vote for a Paul/Kucinich ticket, Ron Paul's still a freemason, and i don't endorse
Kucinich's using of the phrase "Wake up, America"...
if he REALLY wanted to have America wake up, he'd say more about FREE energy, and how there's a real science out there that can harness free energy
from Earth's magnetic field and rotation. instead he addresses oil issues like they're the only foreseeable energy source, for at least a while,
into the future. oil's still a fossil fuel and is heavily detrimental to our environment on all levels - it's time we, as a species, graduate from
that caveman technology and use something slightly more complex than fire to power our transportational vessels.
my problem with his usage of the phrase, "Wake up, America", lies in the fact that people will think that what he's got to say, is all there is to
wake up to. the fact is, is that he's still a politician working for our serpentile government, and there's a MUCH bigger picture behind the scenes
that we're not "officially" privied to as citizens.
i'm sure most of you get an idea where i'm coming from, that being told to "wake up" these days usually means to open your eyes to the
conspiratorial world of the truth about government, extra-terrestrial life in our uni/multi-verse, free energy, etc. - it does not mean beating around
the bush about the real, important issues at hand. moreover, it seems Kucunich is a half-step away from trademarking that slogan...