I would have to respectfully disagree with you OP. We need more people out there to wake up and then to also not fall back asleep. Which really is not
that easy these days considering that most of the population have about a five minute attention span.
If they didn't occasionally use the tactics of sensationalism and they just stuck to provable facts and existing evidence most people would just say
something like "oh yeah I knew that" or "oh I heard someone else mention that before" or "what do you want me to do?"..."There's nothing I can
do about it."
The only way to wake up the sheeple and to keep them interested long enough that they start to open their eyes is to try and entertain them in some
way. While also The reason we've all been labeled "conspiracy theorists" in the first place is because we think outside the box and see what's
beyond the surface of the so called "facts in evidence".
No one is perfect and no one, unless they are actually part of the conspiracy itself, can know all the facts. It takes a group effort and teamwork to
breakthrough the roadblocks and hidden barriers that the conspirators and the people themselves have placed in our way.
We need people like Alex Jones and Jesse Ventura to finally give us some credibility in the mainstream media. The more the message is spread and the
more people who listen, for whatever reason they decide to listen in the first place. Then the more our team of evidence finders and checkers will
The more our team grows the more facts and evidence we will be able to gather. And then when we can finally compile enough of the truth to convince
the general population that these aren't just theories. Then we will finally not be looked at as crazy fringe subversives or fear mongers.
I haven't heard Jesse Ventura talk about any wacky far out conspiracies. Nor have I not seen Alex Jones back up what he says with evidence. I see you
mention aliens and that's not really that far off from David Icke saying they're reptilians who shapeshift. William Cooper had some pretty far out
theories before he was killed and most of them are now all being proven as pretty insightful.
I'm sure the whole "they're giving our movement a bad name" was the same thing that was said about Jesus or Moses by some of the leaders and
followers of their movements back when. But they are the ones who we still hear about today and the other guys didn't go down in the history books as
great men of their time.
If you think you can overcome TPTB , the debunker's and the brain washed, dumbed down, hypnotized state of the sheeple with common sense and facts
without being a little extreme, over the top and/or exaggerated. Then you should look at the music industry and see that the biggest rock stars are
the ones with a flamboyant, exaggerated and over the top persona. Sadly not many people pay attention to the quality of the character or even the
quality of the messages being given these days. It's all about grabbing your attention and then hopefully keeping you on the edge of your seat so you
wanna come back and see what they are going to do next time.
Lastly, I recommend that you watch one of Alex Jones earlier documentaries called "Wake up or Waco". He's been doing this whole conspiracy thing
for quite a long time and after watching that I gained a whole new respect for the man. He was the guy who helped rebuild the church those poor
families that lost their loved ones. He organized the donations and he went out there every Sunday for a couple months digging ditches and whatever
else that needed to be done to help the victims of that tragedy. That film touched me and it's worth watching.
Here is the link.. www.youtube.com...