I have a problem and it started after I found this site.
Before I visited ATS, I was interested in the Maya, ET's, UFO's, Ancient Buildings and pretty much all that you see on Discovery channels on SKY.
One day I was looking for UFO information, when I stumbled upon this site, then from there I learnt about Cecil Rhodes, CFR, Obama, JFK, UFO's,
ET's, Ancient Civilisations, 9/11, 7/7, Rotschilds, Rockefellors, and basically everything to do with our en-slavement to the economy and to the
All this was too much, and still is at the moment, as I was brought up in a mining village in the South Wales valleys, where the idea of life, is to
work hard, shop on the weekends, and basically leave dad alone on a sunday as he tired.
I therefore grew up understanding the benefits of working hard in school, working hard in work, and being a good boy and not being much different to
everybody else in my life. So from the point of view of the elite, i'm being what they want me to be.
My issue is with my children.
At this point in their lives they understand that money doesnt grow on trees, and that getting a good job, towing the line and settling down is the
way to go.
But in the not to distant future my father in law is going to leave them more than enough money to not have to worry again.
As we know money is easily spent, and it soon goes.
I started this thread having just watched a video posted by Namaste1001
Know anyone who is still asleep?
The video shows how we are programmed through life, but on the other hand it is life for those who are not at the top level of society, its just the
way it is, but you can break from it, as my children could in time, but with freedom, comes the cost of that too, and the jealousy, and also the
problem that the rest of society will then look upon my children as having an easy life, and they haven't worked for what they got.
So do I ignore what they are going to get, and keep them in the rat race, or do I let them live the live the life they wont too, away from all the
crap that most of us have to live day in day out.