In response to the question, "Why is mainstream media pandering to us conspiracy theorists?"
It's a very good point. The subject of ufos seems to have been reinvigorated in the mainstream media thanks in large part to CNN and Larry King, who
has been doing shows focusing on the subject for the last four or five years now.
King seems to have singlehandedly spearheaded the ufo movement in the mainstream media, an undertaking that came out of virtually nowhere, and has me
scratching my head.
Also, ever since Ron Paul came onto the scene a couple of years ago and started really
telling it like it is I became suspicious, even
Since that time, Paul has publicly stated that he wants to not only abolish the Income Tax, but also the IRS, the Federal Reserve, the Department of
Education, the Department of Energy, the CIA, the FBI, and other government programs he considers wasteful and ineffective(?).
Paul also seems to have made a hobby of reprimanding the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke, on live television.
Add to this that the mainstream media is even addressing the subject of chemtrails, and Jon Stewart's
on Jim Cramer from CNBC's Mad Money
, and you have a bona
fide mystery on your hands.
No to mention that 2012 is now the subject of at least five different feature films, including a project at Nickelodeon; one with Roland Emmerich
), and another with Michael Bay (Transformers
In essence, it appears that the mainstream media has joined the conspiracy community - they're talking directly to us.
But, again, to what end?
Some suggest that the truth has reached such a boiling point, that it can no longer be ignored, or hidden by mainstream media.
Some suggest that we are being manipulated yet again, as the powers that be who control the media are always "on the ball" if not entirely ahead of
the game, anticipating this move years in advance.
My knee-jerk reaction - as this is about all the time one has to reflect, given the seeming speed and spontaneity with which this position has been
taken by the media - is that the powers that be (through the media) understand that we are nearing a boiling point with regard to the truth; they are
fighting to maintain control, so if they must acknowledge these things, they can spin the information to their advantage.
It can be as simple as that; although I understand there is more to it.
2012 is a good example of spin, as events that will in reality be positive are spun by those in control of major Hollywood studios as catastrophic
An anchor on a Fox News morning talk show had sort of a sidebar on the subject of 2012, where she shared about researcher's (and segments' of the
public) enthusiasm about the subject.
As she reflected on what might happen during that time, the studio incessantly played a laugh track as a cheap gag, which clearly undermined any
seriousness, or credibility the discussion might have invited.
So, clearly, the mainstream media - the elements working against us - are acknowledging these things, but are also putting their own spin on the
subjects in the hopes that they can deflect, or undermine the significance of these subjects.
To me, if there is any spin at all it means two things: First, that the truth threatens to damage these folks - groups whom do not have our best
interests at heart; and second, that whatever it is that these folks are spinning is about to come to a head; otherwise, they would not feel the need
to address these subjects at all.
Ultimately, these are subjects the powers that be would rather not have to address at all; but they are being forced to.
The funny thing is, these folks believe that "spin" is going to prevent the awareness and changes occurring now from occurring; or, at the very
least, they understand they are delaying the inevitable.
Either way, we win.