posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 06:56 PM
Originally posted by LaResistencia
Hi ATS Crew,
My name is Christina, and I'm currently living in Georgia in the US. I don't know a lot of people in real life that have like-minded theories, so I
decided to find a conspiracy theory forum in hopes to "meet" people like me.
I'm really afraid of what this world is coming to, and I want to do something to help. Not sure what I can do, but I've got to do something. I want
my children to live in a free world where food is safe and vaccines are legit; I want the world free from tyranny and single world-dominating powers;
I want to go to Walmart and buy panties that don't have RFID chips in them! LOL I want to say what I want to say and read what I want to read without
fear. I believe citizens of the world are entitled to this.
Thanks for having me, and I look forward to getting to know ya'll.
Hi Christina. I'm new here too. Me, I don't know a lot of people in real life that can or would discuss a lot of the topics on this site. Bit of a
heart-break. Folks are so busy keeping food on the table and a roof over their heads that not much time is left for other pursuits. They come home
dog-tired with a headache. Then the weekend is devoted to chores and working around the home. What little time many people have is spent unwinding in
front of the boob tube, watching pro football players cure cancer and end the war.
Considering the plethora of time-saving devices in the modern workplace, people should be putting in maybe three days a week tops. Instead, the eye is
on the bottom line to please the shareholders and people are being worked to death. Of course, they are the lucky ones - they have jobs!
I think many people want right along the lines of the nice world you want too. I just hope the day comes when we all get up off our keisters and make
changes take place. The clowns of Washington DC have made it quite clear they don't give a damn about the taxpayers voice, needs and opinions. The
people who are awake and aware have to make the change happen, and it best start soon.
Christina, I look forward to reading your future posts and sharing thoughts with you. Best of luck with your new happenings in Georgia.