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Never Underestimate The Stupidity Of The Masses

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posted on Oct, 11 2009 @ 06:12 PM

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posted on Oct, 11 2009 @ 06:12 PM

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posted on Oct, 12 2009 @ 01:39 PM
There has been proposed something like mass amnesia by Velikovsky
in "Worlds In Collision".
This in relation to tragic events like being bombarded by asteroids
and great floods or the Earth stopping and spinning again at a
different rate or angle.

The effects of mass trauma are apparently well known and perhaps
used by people to great effect.

So stupidity no, traumatized yes in some instances.

Just a thought or direction cause whenever I see masses I recall
the Velikovsky study.

I suppose with 911 the shock story was already waiting as created
by the illuminati (TPTB) think tanks who know how to control people
throughout the ages.

Unplanned mass social direction was the fall of Rome but was
in the plans of the terrorists of that age.
Loss of trade routes occurred which even isolated the Americas
as indicated in another scholarly study "America B.C." by Barry Fell.
Another disadvantageous social upheaval was the jailing of the Knights
Templar made all their associates pull out of the ports of trade and
set up elsewhere.

ED: Consider the Afghanistan connection to drugs and our control
might have helped the now concerned adults of their children's
death by overdosing. The Taliban just about crushed the drug market
but we had to take action.

[edit on 10/12/2009 by TeslaandLyne]

posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 10:19 AM
reply to post by Emerald The Paradigm

Whilst everything that you say is absolutely true, I feel that you may be guilty of falling into your own trap.

It's not just America. I have lived for more than five years each in four different countries, and visited over twenty more.

Al the stupidity that you attribute to Americans should in fact be attributed to the vast majority of the human population.

I really do know about this from first hand experience. For the first fourty two years of y lie, I was a successful leader among the stupid people, being at least as stupid as the rest of them. But for a fortunate turn of luck, I would still be one of them.

So, now having gained the ability to see life from both sides, and therefore having the choice of being stupid or sensible, it seems that what could help our brethren is some way of presenting the choice to them. The problem is that the methods of our controllers are so pervasive that many people have developed an entire belief system without ever checking out as single fact!

posted on Oct, 19 2009 @ 08:13 PM
No argument from this ATS Member whatsoever. I could not have laid it out better in such a short space.

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posted on Sep, 2 2012 @ 05:04 AM

Originally posted by mikerussellus

Originally posted by Emerald The Paradigm
People need to think for themselves for a second, and see that the whole world we live in today is a theatrical play.

There's no victory, and no wars to win.

It's a bunch of rich industries pulling the strings, and doing whatever they feel like it because they are above the law. They bend and shape the laws according to their needs.

The real enemies are sitting there laughing as they make the American population think they are actually fighting a war with a purpose.

I strongly disagree. Why not just give up right now? -sheesh- There will always be a victory as long as there are people willing to fight. To have such a defeatist attitude is. . . . un-American.

Want to end the war? WIN IT! Want to stop being poor? WORK! Want to live in a crime-free environment? MOVE!

Found one, found one !!

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