posted on May, 12 2010 @ 06:11 PM
Not so long ago at the height of the piggy-flu fiasco, things were getting pretty heated on the forum with forced vaccinations, insurance companies
refusing to insure those who administered the shots, backed up by all those plastic FEMA coffins stacked across the USA.
Apart from the fact that there were never any such coffins in the UK or mainland Europe, the story was same over here with an angry and confused
public receiving mixed signals on the whole thing.
But then what?
It all just fizzelled out?
The 'master plan' to liquidate most of the 'useless eaters' was just shelved?
We all got caught up in the shenannigans of the financial world and all that led to, we're still dealing with that, but the idea of a mass euthanasia
program just sliding into obscurity seems just as unlikely as the idea itself to me.
What it does clearly show me, is that some of us are only too ready to believe the worst case scenario, whatever it may be! Patronage of a forum like
this is attractive to a particular mindset, but surely not to the point that we simply suspend reality when an attractive story shows up, only to drop
it when a juicier prospect presents itself?