posted on May, 31 2009 @ 08:46 PM
Well I guess there is some kernel of wisdom to all of this: the sentiment that you cannot change the mind of those without an open heart. I'm not
going to be able to make you doubt the conclusions that you "awakened" few have come to. I'm not going to try, it is futile. In your eyes, I am
blind, deaf and dumb. My family and friends are trying to kill everyone in order to take over a world they already control, and for some reason I
just can't see it.
I'm not going to keep banging my . against a wall. I could go into a massive liturgy of reasons why the so-called "sources" you have all cited
are not legitimate. I could explain why the "evidence" for your theories do not amount to proof because of the jumps in reasoning that need to be
taken. There's no point to this on here though. You believe, you have taken that leap of faith.
Now let me just state for the record that I do want to believe, not in the idea that people I care for are the ones doing this, but that there is
someone accountable. I want to believe that there is some form of global tangible evil, a group or person, that we can work against, bring to justice
and have a better world for that.
I cant' though. There are too many holes for it to be rational. Much like religion, I could poke holes in it all day, but in the end they will just
be dismissed. When I was in college, a group of Christian evangelicals came to my university. They advertised a session they were having, where
students could come, and ask any question of the religion at all, bring any criticism or attack against it, and they said they could defeat all of
them. So I went with some friends, and we asked questions, whenever they were painted into a corner, with nowhere to run, they pulled out one
argument: If you're not a Christian, you just don't understand it.
The same argument is used here, if you don't agree, you don't know or understand it. I came to this site looking for a bit of evidence. Surely I
though there has to be something to all of this NWO talk, after all, most conspiracies have at least a thread of truth under all of the exaggeration
and wild conclusions. I don't think that's the case however here. I think it is becoming just a massive Libertarian pressure cooker. An
ideological Jonestown if you will, where groupthink and common desires are forming a world view that is skewed. I hoped among the masses to find
skeptics and believers, it just seems the skeptics are labeled "disinformation agents" and pushed out though.
You've all built yourselves a nice little straw man to burn. Shame on your all for fighting your own construct though when there are real problems
to be solved! I am leaving this site with a vastly different view of the NWO conspiracy theorists than when I came. Sadly it is also far dimmer than
it was before. My only consolation to all of this is that your Libertarian leaders continually get defeated by the popular vote in our dear nation's
elections, and your numbers continue to shrink as President Obama and the rest of the government throw themselves at the problems facing our country.
So I leave this forum, far different from when I joined. However I fear that I am now only more jaded, and less hopeful that all elements of our
society are capable of rational and meaningful political discourse. I part with the signature line of Edward R. Murrow, a truly great journalist, and
man I admire greatly. His words ring true now as well:
Good Night, And Good Luck.