posted on Jun, 3 2010 @ 01:53 PM
I have irrefutable proof that the major conspiracies such as "9/11 was an inside job, UFOs exist, politicians are puppet leaders, and others" are in
fact true. The proof I speak of does not utilize any complicated statistics or volumes of articles. It consists of a simple thought experiment. You
need to put yourself in the PTB's shoes for a minute to do this.
Have you ever heard about the main stream media discussing conspiracy theories publicly? No. Do you know why? Because they know that they are guilty.
If you are truly innocent and care about the people's opinions, then you would not fear discussing controversial issues in public. They profess that
they care about our welfare. However, their actions demonstrate otherwise. Knowing that there is a significant portion of citizens who question the
government's intentions, they continue to ignore our inquiries. Instead they press on with their entertainment agendas to keep us distracted from the
It is a very simple concept that is currently going on which shows that the "conspiracies" are not merely that. The dark side does not want to
expose themselves to the light because that would reveal their true nature. In other words, if they ever publicly brought these issues to worldwide
attention they know they will not be able to sustain an image of benevolence. The visage will be lifted as soon as they bring these so-called
"conspiracy theories" under investigation and scrutiny.
By avoiding the responsibility of a sound government to bring the people's important concerns to light, they are engaging in what should be termed
criminal behavior. Their behavior is likened to that of a snake, who lurks in the shadows and does not want to be seen. If they are truly innocent,
talking about conspiracies to clarify their noble goals should not be a problem. Yet they always censor/shun such topics for fear of the unwanted
attention it will generate.
Think about it: let's say you are a thief who just stole a golden chalice. When the king and his servants return, would you willingly point out that
a chalice has gone missing? No, you wouldn't. Instead, you would avoid bringing up the missing chalice and beat around the bush if the topic ever
came up. You know that you stole it and the less attention that everyone directs at it, the better for you. If anybody asks you has anything unusual
happened lately? you would tell them that nothing out of the ordinary has happened. It is in your best interest to never bring up the missing chalice.
Do you see the similarity in tactics employed by the thief and our government?
[edit on 3/6/10 by wolfwood290]