posted on Nov, 5 2010 @ 08:47 AM
Oh heck, I'll bite in protest [juvenile of me, I know].
This thread, and many like it are some of the reasons why ATS is losing a lot of credibility.
There's no condemning OP for composing this thread and offering their opinions, thoughts, feelings and indeed intuition, but I think there has to be
a point where rhetoric like this is backed up with enough reasoning to justify why they present that information. Why shouldn't people question OP's
thoughts? Is that not the very point of starting the thread? Why should people accept answers [not that they're being used in this case,
specifically] like ''people need to be aware'' or ''people have a right to know'' etc. when the reality is, it simply doesn't measure to
everyone else's reality.
My own suspicions as to why ''many'' would appear to be ''feeling'' as though ''something big is about to happen'' is because a minority
of members here are drawing their attentions exclusively to the theories of such things. Let me first correct my own useage of words here, many
is in fact, a mere few and I would strongly suggest that the few who share this feeling are people that are consciously aware of the conspiracy
theories at the moment and those who frequent sites like this one and others like it.
Where did the sense of perspective go? Have the members here considered all the other billions of people in the world oblivious to this right now? Or
is the consensus to deem them ''sheeple'' [a term I hate being used] because they're not awake and furthermore not aware of what is supposedly
going on? Nonsense, is what I say. Nonsense. It cannot be argued when the basis of such theories have nothing more than intuition to go by, and
that's fine, but at least in presenting others with some form of explanation to try to help them to understand, might just make everyone
better acknowledge where everyone else is coming from.
The facts are, some members will cling onto any relative theory that can be linked in any way possible to any given event, but it doesn't make for
sound logic or argument, especially when there's absolutely no evidence to suggest the outcomes prophesised on a thread like this.
Some things big and small happen everyday and happen around every corner but most importantly of all, have happened throughout human history. I'll
take a stab in the dark and lay my comments open to challenge here, but a very real and present fact is: It is only because of the internet are people
aware of these things in the first place, but it also because of the internet that a real sense of perspective can be and often is forgotten.