posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 08:16 AM
Originally posted by yyyyyyyyyy
Is it accurate to use the phrase 'tip of the iceburg' for what you are describing. Or is it more like the idea of propaganda when 90 per cent of
what you say (not you personally) it true, and this allows the other 10 per cent to be full of whooping lies? Or have I misunderstood?
I have no doubt that the 'torture' issue for example is something very real, but if you weigh its true significance compared to the much bigger
stuff, you end up with something very in-significant. I'm not American, I'm not right or left or even center, the CIA knew that the media and a lot
of the public in the U.S would bite this one just easily as they bit every other piece of insignificant rubbish, and for a while, perhaps even till
now, some people are still focusing on that little charade, most often in the form of political-fuel, which IMHO only serves and continues to keep
that dividing force alive. Some people know that they are being divided, but they fail to understand why. Its not to destroy, its to control, and
control is the cornerstone of every Government, Government after all is to; Govern.
would be nice to have disclosure, but for me, secrets should not have been kept in the first place.
It firstly depends on what kind of disclosure youre referring to. Second, I dont agree that all secrets should be revealed, there is some information
that should never be revealed, and rightfully so, something that may compromise the security and defense of a nation. Though, there is also
information that has been kept for too long that should finally be out in the public domain, and I think that in the next few decades; we will get
increments and small doses of that really neat stuff we all want know about and be part of.