posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 06:09 AM
Eff. I'm running out of logistical energy. I don't even feel like fighting this battle anymore. Yet, who knows? Maybe that's exactly what they
By today's standards, you're either stupid, correct, or reaching. The government doesn't worry much about the "stupid" because they're (usually)
easily paid off by things such as food stamps & welfare. Just as easily, they can shake off the "reaching" with a few MSM broadcasts. Once an issue
has been *discussed* by the MSM, the laymen becomes criticized for opposing any mainstream ideology.
It's the ones in the middle, those who tend to *try* to be "correct" that they're worried about. The ones who prefer two-sided, well-rounded
information before they form an opinion. It's these people that they're afraid of and (most likely) trying to silence by allowing voices like Ron
Paul to speak out, knowing that the MSM will always outweigh the following of these 'Truth Speakers.'
Ironically, it's the same.. middle class.. that the so called NWO is trying to eliminate. The moneymakers are already in position and easy to
control. They've got what they need (and want) and will continue to feed off of the people below them. The poor are even easier to control. Give them
what they need and they're required to follow. The middle class, on the other hand, is constantly striving for the better, whether it be capitol,
knowledge, etc... and that's where their problem lies.
(Not to say economic status has any bearing on one's viewpoint, but that the middle class has "a lot more reason to argue.")
On the other hand, our problem lies in the fact that it's far too late for anything to be done about the crisis we've already created for ourselves.
I'm not, by any means, saying to give up the fight. Though it's clearly evident (and quite unfortunate) that most of the damage has already been