posted on Jan, 14 2010 @ 02:16 AM
Originally posted by ProtoplasmicTraveler
Originally posted by whatukno
This probably is bogus, but if it isn't, I think it will backfire, making paranoid people more paranoid isn't going to work well at all.
What are you doing here whatukno, I wouldn't have expected you on this thread!
Did they send you?
Hey what's that under my bed?
Do you hear that strange buzzing in the air?
Are you gelling?
How do we know you are the real whatukno?
You are freaking me out man, stop already! Stop!
Youknowwhat? I was pleased to see Whatyouknow's contribution in this thread. While I suspect you were only teasing, I have come to respect this
person much. While Whatyouknow can be just as determined and adamant on his positions as anyone of us in this site, it also strikes me he is just as
passionate about freedom as anyone of us. He may take a more governmental and democratic stance than some of us, but I have read enough of his posts
to come to believe he wants freedom every bit as much as most of us do.
In the short time I have been in this site, I have learned that there is a commonality between us, even those whom disagree with. And it is just not
Whatyouknow who has taught me this. One of the first members to lead me to this understanding was another most excellent contributor in S.Dog, who
humbled me greatly through his own efforts to reach out and befriend me.
Indeed, your posts and threads have always been compelling and informative, and just today I was confronted with yet another member who offered a
remarkably researched and well thought out post that forced me to reconsider my own views and only made me a better person for it.
I guess what I am saying is that I have a hard time imagining that "infiltrators" could do much damage to a site filled with truth seekers. I tend
to agree that while they might be getting paid to divide us, they may in the end, keep accepting that pay while secretly coming to agree with us, and
in doing so only offering up the lamest of rebuttals and whether consciously or unconsciously, offering up fodder to be easily refuted.
There is a reason the people are the holders of the inherent political power in any land, and that reason is that power corrupts and absolute power
corrupts absolutely. It is better to spread out the power evenly than concentrate it into a central area.