posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 10:32 AM
I am a college student, and ever since I found out about the global government/powers behind the scenes/learning about the history of banking, the
bilderbergs, trilats/ rockefellers/ rothschilds/ RFID, manipulated elections and media up the wazoo/UFOs, not to mention poisoning of the food/water
and skies for decades, coupled with my decline in faith (why is evil allowed to persist for so long behind the scenes and all of the attempts from
"good" to stop them get squashed), its given me a very negative outlook on life.
So, I try to convince members of my family what is going on, but the only evil they seem to think is wrong with the world are liberals in the media
and islamists "taking over the world." Both problems, to be sure, but just one small part of a global conspiracy. They believe only Islam is set to
take over the world invading countries and suppressing free speech, but when I bring up my beliefs in global government they shrug it off as just a
belief. When I try to substantiate my claims with prominent bankers/politicians and media people from today and the past, they say "yea, you know
how the world works at 20, well go do something about it then."
Finally, they've had it with my attitude. They say I am too negative, bashing mainstrem reality television, grocery shopping, the money system, etc.
They say why cant I just be more positive and be thankful for what I have. I am, but to a point. It's just unfortunate where I can't convince my
own family. They say my constant negative attitude is make them feel bad, and I am starting to think I should just shut up altogether. It's
unfortunate, but thats the world we live in today.