posted on May, 3 2010 @ 08:18 AM
This is true. Just as a monkey is not a chimpanzee so too not all events are black flag incidents. Why must we see fit to restrain the realities and
observations of our brothers and sisters? When one reads an opinion, step into the reality of the author for the moment. Perhaps it is an
observation which may have never occured to you. Perhaps you may have an epiphany as a result, perhaps not. I for one do not concure with the notion
of inhibiting the creative free will of my fellow beings. I am not for censorship of any sort. I am for the freedom of idea's. So what may not be
a black flag event to you, may be one to someone else. We never know who we are speaking to on ATS. Perhaps the other person has information which
you do not. Maybe the other person is an operative of Big Brother bent on misinformation. to forward some dubious agenda? So then, what
specifically are you refering to? The catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico? Or are you refering to the device found in NYC? Is it such a
stretch to your imagination to ponder, that these could be black flag operations? I am from this day forth, turning over a new leaf. I shall attempt
to throw ego aside and taste each new idea. I will toy with the idea for a while and leave it where I have found it or incorporate it should I find
it useful. ATS is not a competitive endeavor, it is an exchange of idea's not found in other venue's.
Peace and Love to you all.