Originally posted by Scaledown
Maybe i have been conditioned too well by the powers running my country, but i honestly cannot see any future where sheople will actually stand up and
say "you know what i'm sick of this crap we need new leadership" Our puppeteers have the population so perfectly supplicated that there is no
ongoing underlying major anger issue (aka Egypt) that would make the people suddenly snap for change. Aside from like others have said pole shift,
loss of electricity etc, there will be no changes. I feel sad because of this, i love my country and the people but i hate the people running the
show, they spend money like it's monopoly money and are not accountable for anything that happens, thus mediocrity rules
Media, Politicians and Schools tend to teach people how to ascribe to or gravitate towards the lowest possible common denominator.
Once there peer pressure through design or accident keeps most people continuing to subscribe to the lowest possible common denominator.
The Internet and Social Networking is having an impact on that though, as people take the time to educate themselves by rejecting traditional news
sources, and start to form new peer groups when they don't feel so isolated and under so much pressure when peer pressure is brought to bear.
It's not an overnight process, The Powers that Be relentlessly operate their media 24/7, the schools 365, and the politicians slanting and distorting
the events as they happen.
So it takes a lot of effort on the part of people who want to promote change to keep chipping away at that stone.
A lot of people are more open minded and aware than you would imagine, but getting them out of their normal social groupings to where they feel
comfortable talking about it and learning more is a big first step, so they can arm themselves with enough information to go back into those same
social groupings, defy the peer pressures of the war mongering know it all, the pessimist, the blind optimist etc, and start educating others.
Eventually it takes reaching a critical mass, so it's a numbers game, and while we measure things far to often in total and overall victory, and
various forms of instant gratification, one of the easiest ways to gratify yourself along that slow but worthwhile path is to concentrate on one
individual at a time, in helping them learn.
One of the things I have found out through trying to help people learn is if they are curious they are going to want some information on how to find
out more for themselves after you get done talking about it.
So have some links, some videos, some names of some books, and organizations that you can steer people too.
Ultimately they are going to go into their own social groups and try to convince people and they need support and quality information to do that.
Try to approach the whole process like Johnny Appleseed, spreading seeds when and where you can and trying to do it in a way that they might later
It can happen if people try.
Heck if aspiring to the highest possible common denominator was easy, the world would be a much different place.
Luck is when determination meets opportunity with a critical eye towards timing.
Timing is the same thing that the Powers that Be do, if you know they are purposefully falsifying the meaning of a world event that's currently
playing all over the news and people are paying attention to that event, be there too with your critical take on it and what you feel is the truth, so
you can inform people when their interest and emotions are running high.
Fight smart, fight good and it can all turn around, it just takes time, and dedication.
Thanks my friend.