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Musings on the Realities of Conspiracy

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posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 09:00 PM
George W. Bush and his entire administration. Richard Nixon and his entire administration. John F. Kennedy assassination, and then Bobby Kennedy, and all these people were killed by crazed "militants" or "delusional fans"(in the case of John Lennon). Anyone who has ever preached peace has been shot and killed, anyone with a resonating message of hope has been removed in one way or another...There are SO many ways to kill someone and make it look like something else. And a fall guy can always be found. Disinformation is a proven conspiratorial tactic used by many covert operations throughout the world.

Trillions, that’s right, trillions of dollars just dissolve into thin air all the time, and you don’t hear a word of it. The last time anyone ever complained about trillions missing was the Pentagon 1 day before 9/11, which now has us locked in a needless war for the sole purpose of turning a profit, and the only good this is doing is for the rich assholes on top of you and me. They are so separated from the rest of the world that calling them alien, whether or not they’re human, is appropriate. These people do not suffer or struggle like you and I do. These people do not have to worry about loss, their only concern is control and wealth to keep the control machine oiled. Tell me that’s not a conspiracy, the real owners of this country don’t give a rats ass about you. They are sitting atop corporate towers surveying all that they own, and all that they seek to own, and all that they seek to crush, and whatever agenda fits their profit margin. Does that not sound like conspiracy?

Because to do this they have to buy our government, and there IS proof of that. It’s all around you, every senator, president, and administrator and CEO is more corrupt than a windows system file with few exceptions, but they get shot when they get too loud. There is conspiracy, life has turned out to be a well documented but not easily swallowed conspiratorial reality and they will do their best to make sure you know nothing. Their is always another piece of the puzzle, another stone to turn over, another i to dot and t to cross, because it is a convoluted game of cat and mouse, except in this game, unlike in nature, the mouse is a well funded fascist, and wholly corporate entity. They will tell you that people like me are nuts, or misinformed, or that something is fake, or call it swamp gas. This is not to say that everything that happens is conspiratorial. But history throughout time has proven otherwise in many cases.

We have to ask these questions, because many times they are true. Sometimes you have to call a spade a spade. And to assume that an entity so well funded and so well equipped and so brilliantly staffed in many cases, could not be capable of conspiracy on a vast scale is pretty naive at best. We have to ask ourselves what drives us to to ask these questions. You have to wonder because if you don’t you may not figure out until it’s too late, who is playing the cards...And what is at hand. Figuring out that everything you thought you knew is false is not nearly as bad as being fooled into working for a cause you know nothing of and may very well disagree with. They may be playing with things they know nothing of and hurt alot of people in the process. This is why these questions must be raised.

Here’s something that is recent you should mull over thoroughly:

Bush Administration Outing of CIA Agent

posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 09:13 PM
Yo know, I have stated many times that "Any one who ever tries to do any good winds up dead." That certainly seems to be the case.

posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 09:16 PM
Or gets marginalized and character assassinated. It is my belief that those who dive into the world on conspiracy theory are the populations' most informed. But, from government to individual, being informed or being above average in any way is looked down upon. It's why we treat our "Nerds" and "Geeks" like a sub-class of human. Something to be ridiculed rather than admired.

posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 09:25 PM

Originally posted by projectvxn
It's why we treat our "Nerds" and "Geeks" like a sub-class of human. Something to be ridiculed rather than admired.

You know, those two words have absolutely no meaning whatsoever. I have heard "nerd" and "geek" spewed by ignorant people for years. They are simply slang for "smart." You're right, that tends to be how people of any intelligence are treated, though.

[edit on 30-1-2009 by SpeakerofTruth]

posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 09:29 PM
I find it shameful. It is those smart people that have brought us the internet, our gadgets and toys, our whole way of life. But if one steps into the limelight and tries to blow the whistle on something they are treated as though they've contributed nothing to society. Take Richard Hoagland, and Edgar Mitchell for instance. There word was gold until they said the word "alien".

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