reply to post by unityemissions
I think its more along the lines of 'is it you?'.
I think it is clear that conspiracies exist, and some things 'have to' be done to stop them to make this world and our existence a safer place.
But is it for you? Must you obligate yourself to solving conspiracy theories and getting involved in world affairs? Is it that you feel, if you
don't, that will make you a 'cancer' a 'sleeper' or a 'sheep'?
By all means, if this isn't for you, don't bother with it.
Yes, the state of humanity, and the world so disgusting that it is stressful. There always will be people who will act, and people who will 'do'.
Realize that 'the answer' is yourself. And because this applies to everyone, yes, there are some truly evil people out there. That's just how they
are. Does that excuse their nature? Or justify their actions?
Being 'spiritually at peace' is a start. But even so, there will always be evil. And likewise, there will always be good. And there will always be
YOU do not have to fall under any one of these groups to such extremes that you begin to ignore who you are... The 'conspiracy world' has a 'Big
Brother' too. And that could be what has made you feel so confused and frustrated with your state.
I mean, all this stuff matters, but whether or not you fuss about it and stress your self out, its not like George Bush, or the Rothschilds are
literally up your ass and around the corner.
Ask yourself this question;
Have you displayed an interest in conspiracy theories because:
A) You were trying to appease ATS' 'Big Brother'?
B) You actually have an interest.
C) A combination of both.
D) I am an evil doer, and I am here to do evil doer stuff.
Just be yourself.