posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 01:08 AM
reply to post by Pocky
I realize this is a LONG time after the original post. I have seen all three videos now. The clues that this group could be a problem are in the
I would not underestimate the power of these videos to expand public awareness. I have no personal knowledge of any real collusion with the powers
1) All videos totally condemn all forms of religion, including Scientology which is a relatively small non-traditional religion with no particular
ties to the religious institutions of Europe and the Middle East. This is a documented Illuminati strategy. It should be noted that Hubbard
independently uncovered the Illuminati plot in 1967 and had been on its heels since the 1950's, which is when he started to be attacked in the press,
2) All videos draw the line at the global corporations and refuse to accept the idea that there is a secret cabal that finances its activities and
exerts its control through its intimate connections with world banking. None go so far as to accuse banks, corporations or governments of harboring
criminal individuals when it is obvious that they do.
3) All those interviewed are white intellectuals. The highest form of workable knowledge is said to be science. Yet it makes no mention of the
corruption that has taken place within the scientific establishment.
In other words, for all that these videos attempt to show (or perhaps admit - they almost take the form of a confession) they actually take a light
touch when it comes to locating the ultimate target and seem to sidestep the whole concept that individuals could be personally culpable for the death
and destruction their actions have caused.
Here's a very basic piece of technology: To fix a physical machine you must locate the part that isn't doing its job and replace it with a part that
In the social realm this translates to: Locate the part (or parts) of the system that are lying about what they are doing and replace them with people
who will tell the truth.
Yet this piece of technology is never mentioned in a set of videos that are supposed to be all about using technology to solve the problem.
So there is a blind spot in evidence here. I can't tell how intentional it is, but I can certainly see it.