posted on Sep, 25 2008 @ 10:44 AM
Actually I think it's a very good question. Truth is a good thing. To be sought out within your own needs for truth, and the scope you are looking
for. Beware of some truthers however who base their facts on their own opinions. They tend to slowly taint honest truth, much like the telephone game
that we played as kids. Never ending up with the same message at the end that we started with in the beginning.
Indeed, in many mediums, the truther movement has become nothing less than a popularity game of who can get the most "news" out with the most
Stick with your heart and common sense, find good sources, don't get caught up in the truther movement to where you trust just anything you see.
Challenge everything with common sense. And best, take action against what you see as a problem. I see more "truth" than action in the movement. And
action is where it is at.
9/11 is a good example. Many stating that it was an inside job. We have seen the evidence that shows that it probably is an inside job. My point being
that the first responders are in trouble financially because of no funding from the government, yet people are not reacting to that. A plausible
action that is being ignored because truthers would rather spread "truth" that may only be theory or half truth.
Help yourself and others in need. Concentrate on the issues you can fix. Look into the American Drug War. Say No to the BailOut. Talk to people about
the Republicrats and the option of the Third Party. Those are truths in change that can be acted upon.
Truthers, I commend what you think your doing, but in staying in your clique, are you really doing anything? Indeed, the cussing, namecalling, and
such are just an example of how people want them to think like them. That is not truth at all. Truth is understanding individuality. Wiping out
prejudice in thought and working together for change we need.
The movement is a distraction from action at best. IMO.
Stop being good truthers, start being good "changers".