posted on Oct, 3 2008 @ 03:49 AM
I find this kind of research is best served to yourself. It's very hard to truly trust one another - especially with today's anti-trust climate. A
public showing would be a fiasco who's only outcome would be wanting to give Alan Smithy credit for it's organization. People ALWAYS go with the
flow, especially while considering such impacting views.
People don't know how to deal with real information as they've all been efficiently and systematically programmed through the various mainstream
sideshows, entertainment and unfeignedly unimportant sound-bytes, and in such a situation it's an instinctual reaction to simply look to the
immediate vicinity toward someone else's expressions and body language in an effort to discover some popular reactionary direction instead of
actually letting anything sink in. It's truly disturbing that we care so much what other people think.
I believe it's best to start with only a foundation in any subject (as they all lead to the same mega-truth in the end) and let them try to answer
further questions with their own research. I've been researching this subject for 20-odd years and it is very rarely productive to try to teach
someone yourself. The best part about your quandary is its ease of delivery. Every news show and most all television (among the easiest) all provide
you with a multitude of opportunity to lay out hints and comments in any tone you wish. The tone will not have nearly as much impact as the actual
words themselves after awhile, and people will simply (even sometimes secretly) look the information up themselves. After the first inkling of the
actual horrible truth is dimpled into their respective gray matter(s), whole seemingly plural epiphanies leading to the spiderweb which is the truth
is the only inevitable outcome.
What is that(?), you may ask...
Unfortunately, money indeed does equal power, and power indeed does equal corruption, therefore absolute money equals absolute power
equals absolute corruption.
I do not believe in god, but I believe in the 7 heavenly virtues (Whether there is a god or not, does anyone know what they are?), yet it's easier
for barely-conscious, hardly-sentient beings to practice the 7 deadly sins.
Human beings truly haven't even started evolving yet...maybe a high-sunspot season was destined to finally remove our lymbic regions (as I laugh
sarcastically, bitterly and ultimately quite cynically), but I think we're fixing to do that ourselves in no uncertain terms.
I suppose I could have been a little more positive, but I've had my fair share of blowing smoke up peoples' @$$3$.
Besides, I believe we've embarked upon the horizon of whatever is going to happen already, and it's far too late for people to get the true picture.
The best avenue we can take right now is to simply continue to prepare, and be the best guides and protectors we can be when we're needed.
[edit on 3-10-2008 by lagnar]